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    The Bridle Track / Hill End

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    Thanks for this Guys, much appreciated.... Keep it coming

    I've updated the original listing again..... Still nothing for Tasmania ??
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    The Balfour Track is the one that you always hear about in Tassie.

    As for Iconic locations, Cradle Mountain and Lake Saint Claire would be a couple of Iconic spots on the South Isle, both accessible by Bitumen though.

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    Sandy Cape track in Tasmania as well, Balfours Track joins on to it.

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    Cool.... Added some more to the list for Tassie.....

    Cradle Mtn is a beautiful spot, but I might leave that off the list atm as u said... blacktop all the way. Some day in the near future hoping to take the family there....


    Quote Originally Posted by AJ120 View Post
    The Balfour Track is the one that you always hear about in Tassie.

    As for Iconic locations, Cradle Mountain and Lake Saint Claire would be a couple of Iconic spots on the South Isle, both accessible by Bitumen though.

    Cheers Andrew
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_macca67 View Post
    Added them.....

    I assume these WA ones are all Beach Runs ??
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    This floated up on the old Book of Face:

    http://www.4wdaction.com.au/articles...you-must-drive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spilsy View Post
    This floated up on the old Book of Face:

    http://www.4wdaction.com.au/articles...you-must-drive
    Cool..... Cheers for that. Good list and I guess it's up to the individual as to the order that you would rate them in....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongHorn View Post
    I think Moreton Island (Qld) is also a great trip.
    Can personally vouch for this one; great beach driving, sand tracks, dynamic scenery (from desert, bush to almost rain forest all on the one island). If you are lucky you will also catch glimpses of whales and dolphins close to the shore. It is a very well rounded package. Just keep an eye on the tide times. Most tracks are easy, few would be moderate... If you use common, highly unlikely to get in any trouble We just came from Moreton this weekend, would definitely go there again...
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    More for QLD:

    • Old Telegraph Track
    • Old Coach Road
    • Frenchman's Track
    • CREB Track
    • Bloomfield Track (Disappearing fast)
    • Battle Camp Road

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    Was the Condamine river road mentioned?
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    The Butchers track in WA is basically just a dirt rd linking Shark Bay to Murchison. Good short cut through station country. I wouldn't call it an iconic track.
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