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    Wonnangatta

    Can anyone give me some info on the best way to get to Wonnangatta. I was planning to go in march 2012 and will be in a 2.8 gu with st coopers and a 100 series landcruser with coopers ATR. Also info on what sort of time frame to get there and back. It will be my first 4wd trip so any sort of heads up on things to take or things to help prep my vehicle would also be appreciated..0.
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    Hey,

    I just googled this. I don't know if it'll help or not.

    http://home.vicnet.net.au/~jack4wd/c...onnangatta.htm

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko5E0dQd2bs

    Take care out there.

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    hi mate
    if your planning on going down zeka track
    at present it was about 2hs to the bottom, a few of the switchbacks
    where pretty cut up,but i think its getting an up grade this season
    march is usually pretty warm in the valley so watch out for rigglers
    and wasps .if your planning on staying in there take summer and winter
    clothes,if your staying for a week pack enough tucker for two weeks
    BUT REMEMBER ITS THE HIGH COUNTRY THE WEATHER CAN CHANGE
    AT ANY TIME AND DOES SO FREQUENTLY
    STAY SAFE AND ENJOY

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    yorgalas
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    great info guys thanks

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