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Old 13-02-14
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Candole road meeting Wooli Road.
Did you take the track to the left there? Takes you over the ridgeline of the mountain. Awesome track to do both ways.
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Yes we did. Took us close to two hours to get down the track as it was raining and very slippery! My brothers gps unit told him to go up this dirt road when he was traveling up from sydney to get to the camp site. Glad he turned around and went the long way. No way he would have made it in the 2wd car.
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Yeah it's a great drive to do. Not particularly hard but a great drive none the less.
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its a nice spot.
xmas new year its like sleeping in a sardine tin though.

a great national park. station creek in a canoe with the tide is a wonderful experience.

illaroo for me.
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Heading to Sandon through Candole and Borches road on monday with an older couple from another forum. They're coming from SA heading up north. Haven't tried Borches road before despite how many times we've done Candole. Be good to get some dirt under the wheels, haven't been out since Kelv rolled the paj 2 months ago.
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Bugga..
Cats out of the bag...
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