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Sat, 18 Sept


Location is TBD

Dam that's a fun run

The Isuzu Club is heading to - Collie via the Mundaring to Albany route, dubbed the MundAl Track.

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Dam that's a fun run
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Time & Location

18 Sept 2021, 8:00 am AWST – 19 Sept 2021, 12:00 pm AWST

Location is TBD


About the Event

The club is heading to - Collie


  • Name of Trip – Mundaring to Collie
  • Trip Type - Overnight Trip
  • Maximum Vehicles – 15
  • Trip Start Date – 18/09/2021
  • Trip Finish Date – 19/09/2021
  • Trip Start Time – 0800hrs
  • Muster Point Location – Old Bunnings Carpark/Midland Isuzu 192 Great Eastern Highway Midland
  • UHF Channel  – 10
  • Fuel – All attendees to have a full tank of fuel prior to Safety / Trip briefing - Long Range Tank / Jerry Cans not required.
  • Total Kilometers - Approx. 390
  • Trip Difficulty – Begginner - intermediate
  • Trip Terrain - this trip will have a mixture of - sealed roads, hard packed gravel roads, dry very dusty greater separation between vehicles required, lightly corrugated, heavily corrugated roads, rocky accents / decents, step ups / downs rock climbs easy - medium, rutted / washouts - easy -medium, cross drains / v drains, slightly narrow tracks, possible minor scratching.
  • Water Crossings - dry crossings (subject to river/ creek and or tide / rain conditions, possible centre of wheel hub depth, entry clay / muddy, entry gravel / pebbles, exit gravel / pebbles. Conditions not deep enough to require a snorkel.
  • Water - Minimum 3 Litres per day per adult we also recommend carrying the same amount per child as a safe measure, bring all water required for drinking & cleaning.
  • Weather – The outdoors can change its conditions at any moment. We recommend doing a majority pack to suit the season, even in summer you can experience cold nights so we always recommend that you bring some warm clothing and vice versa in Winter you can experience some hot weather, so we recommend packing at least one set of warm weather clothes. Now do not forget that even when the weather forecast is bright & sunny day’s anything can happen it is      the weather after all, so do not forget to pack your wet weather gear.
  • Bags of Firewood per Vehicle Required – 1 
  • National Park Fees applicable – applicable – Daily entry fees payable – (Club recommends members purchase an annual National Parks Pass $120 RAC Members $60 through RAC Rewards)
  • Camping Fees - Entry fees for campers – where entry fees apply, they are paid in addition to camping fees, but only for the first day. Camper may leave and re – enter a park during their stay without paying further entry fees.
  • Camping suitability – Non powered sites only available. Roof top tents, Tents & Swags only
  • Camping Facilities – Must be fully self sufficient. Long drop toilets available, 12 Volt Power required must bring all water required for drinking & cleaning. Cash is required to pay fees.
  • Food / Groceries / Retail - Local Groceries available help support local communities (save   weight buy local) Local pub / restaurant dining facilities available (support   local communities) Local Bakery's.
  • Personal Details Form - all  attendees are required to keep an up-to-date personal details form. One  per person in their glove box or centre console - click Here for the form.
  • Trip Leader - Marchi Hami
  • Notes – A lot of gravel roads that would be good to drop tyre pressure down due to potholes and corrugation only. A lot of bitumen as well so good if anyone needs to leave early. Camping fees of $8 per person which is normal national park camping fees. Toilets are close by

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