conditons of entry

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Driving Licence Must Be Held By All Drivers at All Times

 The driver of the vehicle must hold a class 1 or 1R New Zealand Drivers licence and drive under the licence conditions. 

Smoking

There is to be NO SMOKING in the forest at any time. Help us keep everyone safe especially in the dry weather.

Vehicle Headlights

Must be on AT ALL TIMES during entry and exit and at all times when driving around the Woodhill forest venue. 

Alcohol

No alcohol is permitted at any time in the Woodhill Forest venue. 

Insurance

Vehicle must have a current WOF and registrationVehicle owner or driver must be aware that insurance companies may not cover their vehicles for this type of activity. 

Safety Belts

Safety belts must be worn at ALL TIMES and must be worn by ALL PASSENGERS in the vehicle throughout the day.

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Animals

 No animals, pets, dogs in a vehicle or on foot to be taken into the forest at any time. 

Firearms and Fires

No fires in the forest anywhere.

No firearm to be carried in the vehicle 

Designated Routes

 Drivers must not deviate from designated route for any reason at any time.


.All cargo must be safely strapped down in vehicle.


The possibility for changeable trail conditions exists at all times due to weather, forestry debris (including protruding branches, pine cones and stumps) and terrain erosion; these factors affect the driveability and participants are advised to be aware of changeable conditions.


Participants should be aware of other vehicles at all times and be informed that inexperienced and advanced drivers may appear without warning. 

Speed Limits

 Speed limit in park is not to exceed 40kph and in most cases drivers will be required to drive slower to match the conditions.


Vehicles must stay within the 4WD Park boundary and only cross forestry roads at the designated crossings. 


The occupants of any vehicle found outside the 4WD park boundary will be asked to leave the park immediately.


Drivers must follow the one way trail system at all times and not attempt to drive trails the wrong way.