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Date Registered: 02-2008
Location: North Maclean Qld
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The beach access at Corindi is not suitable to our vehicles at all as this was fully washed out and impassable and I talked with as many locals as I could and that is how I found the one listed above, We did hear of another beach access point at Woolgoolga but nobody knew road names so made it quite difficult to find!

We may have found it on google maps but leads onto the same beach that I have suggested above!

The one at Arrawarra we could check out as well but not real sure of the entry point!

They do have signs on the beaches to restrict entry of vehicles on most of the beaches so I am not sure what we are going to do maybe just hit one then try and find another!

Regards Scot

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There is also access at Mullaway we need to check out.

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Sorry to hear of your roo encounter Scott, glad it didn't turn out too bad.

I am going to start packing today, just to make sure I can get everything in, otherwise we may need a trailer, wife and two girls pack like they are going away for weeks, plus the fact we are bring a tent to stay in.

Looking forward to it.

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Hi Scot,
           With the change in weather this week, and various parts getting even more rain, would bringing a set of chains for us that have highway tyres be the go. I'm thinking the snow chains I hired back in August and didn't use, might come in handy.
 On a second note, is the size of the RSL at Woolgoolga enough for us to get a meal there. Ten minutes of travel to be back at the park to be able to have a drink or two before retiring for the night sounds first class to me. Our day will start at 4 am so to me this sounds like a plan.

Top job on last weekend,
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John

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Chains? for what John? emoticon

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 It's been so freezing cold here at North Beach/Mylestom (only 50km south of Arrawarra), snow wouldn't surprise me emoticon emoticon

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Hi Jalal,
           This will be my first off road trip in the Xtrail. Back in my earlier days with a Series 1 Landrover, if you couldn't make it up a slippery incline, you reversed back to harder ground, put the chains on the front wheels, full steam ahead, and made a gesture toward those with their Landcrusers with the winch wires at full extremities. As I haven't tried putting it to the test, guess I'm not sure of what it's capabilities really are. So i take it you will have your Highway tyres on, or have you got something in reserve? I note also that the server time is EDT, couldn't see how you people were adding posts in the future yesterday.

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John

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Date Registered: 02-2008
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The RSL is from the outside a decent building and with the helicopter perched above the car park it would be hard to miss click here for more details!

Believe you me when I say I have done Woolgoolga on standard highway tyres so you should have no issues at all and there is only one part of the track that would be a concern with so many X-trails that I have included a alternative route if it rains way to much!

I need my car on the road just like everyone else so I am not going to put anyone in danger or myself for that fact so you can leave the chains at home!

Get ready to rock and roll guys and girls as the week end is fast approaching!

I just had a thought that the trip down will take around five and a half hours but coming home it will take four and a half hoursemoticon

Regards Scot

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Looks good mate just wondering if we should have booked out the Diggers Rest instead.... Do you know if the club serves kangaroo.....

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If I found skippy the other day maybe I could have put him on ice for you emoticon so you could have had a steak or two!

Booking I am not sure but maybe some one should call just in case!

Regards Scot

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