I don't know where you stand on our freedom of movement, camping rough, stalking game out bush in crown lands. Or how our wider bowhunting community perceives a rise in regulatory compliance encroaching upon it. But for me statutory authority is hitting close to this bone (freedom of movement). Any number of ways red-taping everyday liberty with regulatory compliance must threaten to impact our sport and necessitates concern.
Here is an ominous darkening of skies over our human spirit under the burden of bureaucratic autocracy being granted wider office in the authority of its control over us - the body politik:
A BushwalkAustralia thread (bushwalk . com) has touched on Parks Victoria laying down statutory regulation of 'camping' in legislation which at face value has ramifications that need to be read in full.
I didn't waste your time downloading the primary legislation online at . gov . vic . au. to process everything it entails before I posted. I can but for me it's a time invested proposition without a sample stat of my audience demand. Time is my capital.
At least be gentle if you care. I am an eccentric writer, and feeling old.