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Sat, 15 May


Moore River National Park

Moore River - Over Night Trip

The Club is heading up North to DBCA Project where we will be conducting a busy bee

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Moore River - Over Night Trip
Moore River - Over Night Trip

Time & Location

15 May 2021, 8:30 am – 16 May 2021, 12:30 pm

Moore River National Park, Moore River National Park WA 6503, Australia


About the Event

The Isuzu 4x4 Club of WA Inc. 


  • Name of Trip - Moore River
  • Trip Type - Overnight 
  • Maximum Vehicles - 50
  • Trip Start Date - 15/05/2021
  • Trip Finish Date – 16/05/2021
  • Trip Start Time - 0830hrs
  • Muster Point Location - Gingers Roadhouse  
  • Directions - Here
  • Safety / Trip Briefing - 0830hrs 
  • UHF Channel - 10
  • Fuel – All attendees to have a full tank of fuel prior to Safety / Trip briefing
  • Trip Difficulty – Novice to Intermediate
  • Minimum Requirements - please visit our FAQ regarding our Here
  • Lunch – Self Sufficient
  • Water - Minimum 3 Litres per day per adult we also recommend carrying the same amount per child as a safe measure. For more information click Here  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 per Vehicle
  • National Park Fees applicable – NA Special Permission granted to Isuzu Club
  • Camping Fees - NA Special Permission granted to Isuzu Club
  • Private Camping Fees applicable  NA Special Permission granted to Isuzu Club
  • Camping suitability – Camper Trailers, Tents, Swags
  • Camping Facilities – Unpowered Sites Must be fully Self Sufficient portable toilet, 12Volt power required 
  • Food - Self sufficient 
  • Additional Costs – NA
  • Maintenance Equipment - Please bring Pruning Cutters,
  • 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 - Jeff Trewick 0447 055 553 

Trip Overview - 

The Isuzu 4x4 Club of WA Inc. is heading North to our speical project site located in the Moore River National Park.

This is a special project with DBCA (Department of Biodiversity, Conservation & Attractions) We will be finishing sweeping out the old shed, and than we will be going exploring the park to find more ares of interest. We will also be pruning back a couple of narrow areas along the tracks.

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