Liberal Democrats Tim Quilty defends decision to back Victorian government changes to Crown land access

David Johnston
Updated April 14 2021 - 6:37am, first published 3:30am
FARMER FURY: Nelson McIntosh spoke in opposition of camper access to Crown land river frontages at a Murray River Action Group meeting in Howlong last night. Picture: MARK JESSER
FARMER FURY: Nelson McIntosh spoke in opposition of camper access to Crown land river frontages at a Murray River Action Group meeting in Howlong last night. Picture: MARK JESSER

Victorian Upper House MP Tim Quilty has justified his decision in backing moves to make licenced Crown land open to campers during a meeting of angry landowners on Tuesday night.

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