Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 14 Hansard (Thursday, 30 November 2017) . . Page.. 5561 ..
10. There are manually operated farm gates on the road.
a. Five of the gates are locked.
b. The Facility Manager, Farm Manager, neighbours and Park and Conservation Services have keys to the gates.
c. 13 Gates.
11. Mobile reception is not available along the entire route of the track.
12. The Secondary Egress Track is wide enough to allow for passing traffic in certain locations.
13. Yes. All emergency vehicles have keys to the forestry and park and the locks that are on the gates, and bolt cutters to gain access to any property.
Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders—Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm
(Question No 814)
Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, upon notice, on 3 November 2017:
(1) How much was the complete cost of the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm bridge across Paddy’s River on the access road to the Ngunnawal Bush Healing Farm across Paddy’s River, including design and build.
(2) What materials were used to construct the bridge.
(3) What is the gross mass limit of the bridge.
(4) What is the General Condition Rating of the bridge.
(5) What is the flood tolerance of the bridge.
(6) What force/volume of water is the bridge rated to.
(7) What is the span tolerance of the bridge.
(8) What happens to the build-up of debris during flood events and who is responsible for ensuring its ongoing removal at all times.
(9) What is the height above water during (a) summer and (b) winter.
(10) Is there an adequate waterway opening and clearance for the bridge above flood levels.
(11) What is the condition of using the bridge during (a) flood and (b) fire events.
(12) What are the contingencies in the event of the bridge being damaged during flood or fire.
(13) Is there appropriate lighting and signage on the approaches to the bridge for night and day time access.