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    Anne Beadell - Surveyor Generals Corner - Gunbarrel. Sept 2019

    Starting work on trip planning for 2019.

    Off the top of my head (which means, not including the finer details), the trip will be:

    Leave Victoria & head up to Coober Pedy.
    Coober Pedy overland to Laverton WA via Anne Beadell Hwy.
    Turn right at Laverton and up to Warburton.
    Turn off the Great Central Road and onto another road.
    Pick up the Gunbarrel Highway
    Divert slightly north up to Surveyor Generals Corner.
    Back down to Gunbarrel and make our way back to Coober Pedy.

    I'm planning about 3 weeks & expecting lots & lots of corrugations.

    May go solo, may see if anyone wants to come along.

    Any interest out there?
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    Still working out when and where exactly for next year but we have about 14 weeks ,not sure if we will head for Eulo same as last time and take the Plenty Highway again to get to Uluru or look for another way but want to go that way at some stage .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GQtdauto View Post
    Still working out when and where exactly for next year but we have about 14 weeks ,not sure if we will head for Eulo same as last time and take the Plenty Highway again to get to Uluru or look for another way but want to go that way at some stage .
    Sounds great mate. What time of year are thinking of going?
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    I might be a possible (I solo mostly).
    Did part of Anne Beadell 3 weeks ago and Old Gunbarrel and CSR last year but having done it missed some bits I would like to repeat. (High winds meant the drone was grounded and I am still new to flying it)

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    Big trip... dunno if 3 weeks is long enough tho.

    Mid year means short travel days and any sort of rush to get from A to B over the corrugations out there is a PIA.

    Sometimes you can't travel thru from S.G. Corner (Wingellina to Mulga Park) so you have to backtrack to the Great Central
    Be aware (if you didn't already know) S.G. Corner is guided tour access only ($100 per car and $25 pp last time I heard) and it depends on availability of guides.

    Sounds like a great trip tho, enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cradoka View Post
    I might be a possible (I solo mostly).
    Did part of Anne Beadell 3 weeks ago and Old Gunbarrel and CSR last year but having done it missed some bits I would like to repeat. (High winds meant the drone was grounded and I am still new to flying it)
    Yep, no worries. Still lots of planning to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Big trip... dunno if 3 weeks is long enough tho.

    Mid year means short travel days and any sort of rush to get from A to B over the corrugations out there is a PIA.

    Sometimes you can't travel thru from S.G. Corner (Wingellina to Mulga Park) so you have to backtrack to the Great Central
    Be aware (if you didn't already know) S.G. Corner is guided tour access only ($100 per car and $25 pp last time I heard) and it depends on availability of guides.

    Sounds like a great trip tho, enjoy.
    Umph. didn't know that about the guided tour thing, I'll have to look into that. Thanks ET.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10G View Post
    Umph. didn't know that about the guided tour thing, I'll have to look into that. Thanks ET.
    Here is a handy PDF that is reasonably up to date which I find very handy for planning.
    The info is always changing so needs double checking of course but has all the links etc to appropriate bodies.

    Kudos to Great Beyond for the Doc.

    Hope the attachment works, first time I've tried a pdf...

    do-i-need-a-permit-booklet.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    Here is a handy PDF that is reasonably up to date which I find very handy for planning.
    The info is always changing so needs double checking of course but has all the links etc to appropriate bodies.

    Kudos to Great Beyond for the Doc.

    Hope the attachment works, first time I've tried a pdf...

    do-i-need-a-permit-booklet.pdf
    That's a great little booklet ET, I don't know why they don't make things like that easily obtainable by the public????

    I haven't done much trip planning yet, I was basing 3 weeks on the Madigan trip we just completed. We went from Mt Dare to Birdsville in 5 days (~720kms) comfortably with anaverage speed of around 25km/h. The Anne Beadell is said to be doable at about twice that speed, but it is about twice as long so I'm guessing that'll even out.

    Then a few days up SG corner, then another 5 back to Coober Pedy.

    Hmmm. Yes we may need more than 3 weeks?
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