Joint SES and Army Reserve exercise in the Adelaide Hills this weekend so if you are riding, watch for extra traffic and large vehicles.
The SA State Emergency Service (SES) is conducting a joint training exercise with the Army Reserve in the Adelaide Hills this coming weekend (Friday 25 – Sunday 27 May). Sixty members of the SES will combine with 200 Army Reservists in Exercise ‘Rhino Crash’, which will run from 5pm this Friday 25 May through to lunchtime on Sunday, 27 May. The joint exercise will be held in the area around the Army’s barracks at Woodside, Mount Crawford Forest and the towns of Balhannah and Oakbank and will involve a range of scenarios including flooding, land search and evacuation.
Probably still a better place to ride than down south with the sea and vines festival.
yeah prefer "Rhino Crash" to wino crash.
Hi Paul I will be there I one of the reservist
Good on ya Wayne. I was a Sapper in 3 Field Sqd.
Army Reserve and SES are both great organisations. Hope the exercise goes well and the weather is kind to you.
ok I've been, got wet and cold had a very successful weekend with SES nice fellas to work with.
wont someone think of the Rhinos!!
@Matt Rhino's ?? what the
That explains the convoy of SES vehicles wizzing up Tiers Rd as we came towards Woodside on Saturday morning. We thought it was a call out for one of our riders who had a flat tyre!!!
That would be correct they were off to Fox creek, I passed a couple of riders going back into Woodside