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  • North of Southern Cross in Western Australia is Prado Country.

    Spent Easter out north of Southern Cross Western Australia camping in the bush for 4 days. Great part of WA. Well worth a long weekend or a week if you have the time. Any one wondering what its like, the terrain or general lay of the land, this video may help.

    Aurora Range
    Mt Manning
    Mt Jackson Station
    Mt Elvire
    Lake Giles
    Diemals
    Lots of ruins and tracks


  • #2
    Wow, extremely well done, congratulations.

    Out of interest, what did you use to take the hand held video footage ?
    SE Qld: GX 150GD Auto, (Feb'16 build): TJM T15 steel b bar, 9,500lb TORQ winch, TJM s steps, Rhino Pioneer Platform (42102B 1928X1236mm), front recovery points, Wynnum towbar, P3 brake controller, TNN Underbody guards, UHF, TREKtable & LED striplight, Custom Fridge & Drawers, Waeco CFX50, 9inch illuminator 160W LED spots, 40mm lifted Dobinson Suspension (Zordo's), ScanguageII, 30 Sec Wing Awning

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    • #3
      I had a number of cameras, Panasonic G85, 4 x GoPros, mainly used 2 x Hero 6, one set up like a vlogging setup, and one on a Gimbal, and a Mavic Drone.

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      • #4
        Part 2 is out of the oven Hope it inspires you to visit the area.

        Spent Easter out north of Southern Cross Western Australia camping in the bush for 4 days. Great part of WA. Well worth a long weekend or a week if you have the time. Any one wondering what its like, the terrain or general lay of the land, this video may help.

        Aurora Range
        Mt Manning
        Mt Jackson Station
        Mt Elvire
        Lake Giles
        Diemals
        Lots of ruins and tracks

         

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        • #5
          Part 3 is out.

           

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          • #6
            That poor soobie! Haha. Very interesting trip. Vlogging was great. Can I ask how you mounted your recovery tracks to your spare tyre?
            Prado 150 / ARB summit bar-recovery point-alu roof rack / Safari snorkel / 2 inch lift-custom valved Foam Cell Pro shocks-Dobinsons springs / Dual batteries / Stedi LED fog lamp-headlight-DRL conversion-42 inch light bar / Kings 9 inch LED spotties-awning / Kaon cargo barrier-alu rear door table / Engel 40ltr fridge / Dunn and Watson alu fridge slide-cage / TJM recovery hitch / HKB alt voltage booster / [COLOR="#808080"]Next mods BFG AT KO2's, 110W solar panel[/COLOR]

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            • #7
              Just mounted them with straps, like the bike tie down ones.

              These ones. I find these great for the roof rack and things like this. Cheap and strong/tight.

              https://www.bunnings.com.au/grunt-25...strap_p4310165

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              • #8
                Ok cool. thanks mate. I did similar when I took my family to Fraser Is. But, my tracks covered my rear camera. I see that you didn't do that.
                Cheers.
                Prado 150 / ARB summit bar-recovery point-alu roof rack / Safari snorkel / 2 inch lift-custom valved Foam Cell Pro shocks-Dobinsons springs / Dual batteries / Stedi LED fog lamp-headlight-DRL conversion-42 inch light bar / Kings 9 inch LED spotties-awning / Kaon cargo barrier-alu rear door table / Engel 40ltr fridge / Dunn and Watson alu fridge slide-cage / TJM recovery hitch / HKB alt voltage booster / [COLOR="#808080"]Next mods BFG AT KO2's, 110W solar panel[/COLOR]

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                • #9
                  Yeh, just have to have them to one side. If you have them low the rear reversing sensor will always beep in reverse.

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                  • #10
                    The last occupant of Diemals was Tony Mcpherson who passed away in 2016. He'd been fighting a battle with DPAW for many years who were trying to remove him and within a few weeks of him passing away they had bulldozed the homestead.

                    Some details are here http://www.george4wd.taskled.com/oz2012.html

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