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Three Chillies Design wins design contract for Pwakkenbak/Tower Hill mountain bike trails

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Plantagenet Shire president Chris Pavlovich is excited there has been progress towards MTB trails on Tower Hill.
Camera IconPlantagenet Shire president Chris Pavlovich is excited there has been progress towards MTB trails on Tower Hill. Credit: Stuart McGuckin

The long-awaited update on the Pwakkenbak, or Tower Hill, mountain bike trails has finally arrived, with the design contract awarded to Perth-based firm Three Chillies Design.

The Shire of Plantagenet announced on Wednesday the award-winning firm would design and build 10km of mountain, single-cross and downhill trails at Pwakkenbak.

The 10km stretch of trails will be completed over a five-month period after a clearing permit from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation is obtained.

Plantagenet Shire President Chris Pavlovich is excited there has been progress towards MTB trails on tower hill.
Camera IconPlantagenet Shire President Chris Pavlovich is excited there has been progress towards MTB trails on tower hill. Credit: Stuart McGuckin

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“This is an exciting project for Plantagenet, which will offer local riders world-class trails to train on for competitions while hopefully attracting users from across the Great Southern region,” he said.

“These mountain bike trails will complement the universal-access pedestrian path, boardwalk and viewing platform delivered in 2021, which connects to the popular tourist attraction, the Rotary Club of Mount Barker Lookout.”

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