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Guidebook 5 Update

A new update has been posted for Guidebook 5, covering areas from Biggenden to Blackbutt. This update includes important changes to contact information, trail realignments and advice. The update PDF can be found in the Downloads section.

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Guidebook 2 Update

A new update has been posted for Guidebook 2. This update includes important changes to contact information, trail realignments and advice. The update PDF can be found in the Downloads section.

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Guidebook 1 – Map 18 Update

A new update has been posted for Guidebook 1, Map 18. This covers the Dry River, Wild River and Innot Hot Springs section. The update PDF can be found in the Downloads section. Please note that this is in addition

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Guidebook 1 – Map 17 Update

A new update has been posted for Guidebook 1, Map 17. This covers the Montalbion Dam, Irvinebank and Dry River regions. The update PDF can be found in the Downloads section. Please note that this is in addition to the

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Guidebook Updates

Updates to Guidebook 6, Guidebook 9 and Guidebook 10 have been uploaded. Make sure you have the most recent update to your Guidebook!

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Guidebook 10 Update

Another update for Guidebook 10 has just been released and is available on the downloads page. This area is quite dynamic at the moment and there are lots of changes happening. Always contact section coordinators for the latest information.

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Guidebook Updates

Updates to Guidebook 4 and Guidebook 11 are available on the Downloads page. There are minor changes – to a section coordinator in Guidebook 4 and information on a locked gate in Guidebook 11.

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Recollections

Queensland is long, flat and hot. New South Wales is wilderness and very remote, then you get into Canberra and are going around in circles. Victoria is short and steep. It’s all of the above.

Craig Landy

2012

We prepared for this trip for three months, planned the menu carefully and worked all our horses and mules up slowly and carefully so as they were fit enough for the trail. All this proved successful by the fact we

Jo Kasch

2012

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