|8 hour /
starting 12 noon Saturday 14th April
Roos, wallabies, wombats abound and there are koalas that have been shown to eat bark - check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5wz7bEaDUM . This youtube gives you a look at the type of forest too.
The Hash House will be at one edge of the course due to very limited road access but there will also be an all-night-cafe.
Most of the area is privately owned yet not farmed. There are some old gold diggings and firetrails cross the course. The landowners have been very generous in allowing this event to go ahead - a rare opportunity to see some country not normally visited. Minibus seats available. Parking and camping is limited so please try and organise to car pool and share a tent (don't forget the earplugs if he snores).
- Results, Routes and Splits from Navlight
- Overall Results (places and scores)
- Results by each category
- No photos are available
- Add your own report or story
- Email your photos to the ACTRA Publicity Officer. Please note that in emailing event photos to ACTRA, you are giving permission to ACTRA to publish the photos on the website or Facebook page. You will be acknowledged as the photographer.
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|Jean Douglass|| Jean Douglass
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