1976 HUNGRY CREEK MOTORCYCLE PARK
Due to the heavy restrictions placed on dirt bike riding throughout New South Wales, a few legal off road tracks sprung up.
One of these was on a property at Amco owned by John Cameron, Situated 1 1/2 hours drive from Sydney, The Hungry Creek Park circuit was built on Johns 800 acre property.
Several circuits were mapped out including trials courses, a 4km enduro loop, 8km of trails, a licienced moto-cross circuit, a tt circuit and a few short circuit's.
1976 HUNGRY CREEK MOTORCYCLE PARK POSTER
1978 COCA-COLA BOTTLERS MOTOR CYCLE CAMPS
Mr Moto-Cross champions Steven Gall and Anthony Gunter held regular training camps for riders from nine years old to forty years old at the venue, the training was for mini bikes right through to experts.
1983 NOT EVERYONE WAS HAPPY
The life of this park was to be short lived as a major clash occoured between the Motorcycle park, that was attracting on weekends up to 800 riders, and the residents of Bucketty living on the ridge above Murray's Run.
Following threats of legal action and endless meetings and mediation a compromise was reached, The motorcycle park would close and owner would be permitted to subdivide 600 acres of his property, the venue closed in 1983.