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Paringa Paddocks Launch

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Renmark Paringa Council has announced the launch of Paringa Paddocks for Saturday May 27th.

The council has been working with Riverland Cycling Club members Denis Robinson and Ed Simpfendorfer and taken their advice to upgrade a suggested trail with signage and remove debris following the high river event in 2016.

The trail consists of 2 loops and 4 alternative maps. Loop 1 is 4.3km and Loop 2 is 3.5km in length with the alternative tracks bring the total km’s to 11.5km.

To celebrate the launch of Paringa Paddocks and to mark the maintenance carried out by Denis and Ed over the last few years, Renmark Paringa Council are holding a fun run, cycle and walk from 10.30AM at Lions Park, finishing off with a sausage sizzle hosted by the Lions Club.

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