Sellicks Beach Motorcycle Classic 2023

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The City of Onkaparinga proposes to grant a short term Licence to Motorcycling South Australia Inc. for the exclusive use of a portion of coastal land to host the Sellicks Beach Historic Motorcycle Classic in March 2023.

The event is currently proposed to be held 11 and 12 March, 2023 on the Silver Sands Beach (an 800 metre barrel track will be located south of the Norman Road beach access ramp). The full licence term will be from 8 - 15 March 2023, permitting the event organisers to have non-exclusive use of the land for three days prior to and three days after the event for set-up and set-down

Organisers will ensure any registered Aboriginal Heritage Sites are not disturbed and Hooded Plover Management protocols will be a condition of the Licence.

A Risk Management Plan, Emergency Response Plan, Hooded Plover Management Protocols will be in place to manage community and environmental safety including protocols for unauthorised access to the sand dunes and environmentally sensitive areas. South Australian Police, Sellicks Beach Country Fire Service, St Johns Ambulance service and Council Rangers will be in attendance with State Emergency Services also being notified.

For more detailed information such as parking, beach access and more:

HAVE YOUR SAY

We welcome feedback until 5pm, 8 July 2022.

The City of Onkaparinga proposes to grant a short term Licence to Motorcycling South Australia Inc. for the exclusive use of a portion of coastal land to host the Sellicks Beach Historic Motorcycle Classic in March 2023.

The event is currently proposed to be held 11 and 12 March, 2023 on the Silver Sands Beach (an 800 metre barrel track will be located south of the Norman Road beach access ramp). The full licence term will be from 8 - 15 March 2023, permitting the event organisers to have non-exclusive use of the land for three days prior to and three days after the event for set-up and set-down

Organisers will ensure any registered Aboriginal Heritage Sites are not disturbed and Hooded Plover Management protocols will be a condition of the Licence.

A Risk Management Plan, Emergency Response Plan, Hooded Plover Management Protocols will be in place to manage community and environmental safety including protocols for unauthorised access to the sand dunes and environmentally sensitive areas. South Australian Police, Sellicks Beach Country Fire Service, St Johns Ambulance service and Council Rangers will be in attendance with State Emergency Services also being notified.

For more detailed information such as parking, beach access and more:

HAVE YOUR SAY

We welcome feedback until 5pm, 8 July 2022.

Page last updated: 21 Jun 2022, 02:11 PM