Ozzie_Traveller wrote:G'day Richard
Richard K Photography wrote: Ha! I watch a lot of 4WD YouTube channels, and so many are from your neck of the world! You all have some very dense off road trails over there. How often are you getting out?
While there are many YouTube + other sources videos on "outback and wacky" exploits from equally wacky people - it is all outside my area of travel (and interest)
While we are on the road in the motorhome each year - generally covering from 20,000 to 25,000 kilometres, 75% of this is sealed roads leaving about 5,000 ~ 7000 Km of dirt roads
Such roads vary a lot in construction and safe road speeds. Here's one from last year's travels. Quite safe for 80 to 100km/h travels, but we do regrettably have city-based idiots who want to do 130-140km/h speeds and quite soon come to grief, leaving locals and the Flying Doctor to pick up the pieces
a) The Oodnadatta Track - north towards Alice Springs some 700km away
b) and you can see 'em coming for miles away - as the saying goes
Phil from the great land Downunder
EOS_Fan wrote: Out for a Sunday stroll! What sort to day temperatures are you seeing this time of the year?
Randy Shaw wrote: Are all the National Parks and camp sites open right now?
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