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Mark O'Neill

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Ahh!! the tranquillity.
Rosie at a remote Kimberley beach.
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Tony Maguire

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DANGER: KANGAROOS CROSSING
It’s something that happens to just about every driver who clocks up enough miles in the Australian outback. You’re in the middle of nowhere, cruising along at what you think is a safe speed. When suddenly a kangaroo leaps out from the scrub at the side of the road –  directly into the path of your car.
 
A collision with a kangaroo on a lonely outback road is the opening scene in my novel SORRY TIME. The car is totalled and the badly injured roo has to be despatched with a tyre lever. It is the starting point for a chain of events that see the driver of the wrecked car, young doctor Jonathan Chaseling, crossing bloody paths with a pair of violent criminals.   Look out for SORRY TIME at your book store or online from early 2017. Meanwhile, you can check out this YouTube clip showing a research trip I took to central Australia for SORRY TIME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gc2fdwjw1Go
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Sendusyaletter

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Justin Hart

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Some fun out at the "secret" dunes near Nanarup Beach, Albany. The exit track was pretty fun, wheels in the air and that, not difficult but it could have gone pear-shaped if we weren't watching out. Great fun avo this was.

P.S. Sorry about the second video being on a weird angle, I don't really know what happened there :/
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No worries buddy
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Part 2 of this Epic Adventure will be released soon... Stay Tuned
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An Australian Aurora, a very rare site...
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near poison creek
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جيد الحبل 👍👍
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Mark O'Neill

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Juz Bear, with a metre Queenie in remote Kimberley region.
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Playing in the sand
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and let your tyres down to 22 psi so you don't puncture your tyres on the rocks and it helps with the mud.
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Justin Hart

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Me and the crew on one of the carparks at the end of a track on West Cape Howe the southernmost point of WA, near Albany. There are some great tracks on the cape, nothing really intensely challenging but awesome fun. Go and check it out if you're ever in Albany for a weekend.
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That's a great spot hey +Justin Hart I went there 4 years ago, beaut campground there, awesome views from the cliffs!
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Aaron Murray

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Hi Ronny and other 4 wheelers...
I'm looking for a place to take a small group to play in some mud.  I've looked up some of the places on the 4 Wheeling website; but found some warnings that you'd need at least a 2" lift.  Not a problem for me, but the other vehicles include a stock Amorok and stock Prado.
Obviously, we'd also need to avoid water crossings too.
Can you or anyone else make a recommendation?
We're based in Perth, so would be looking for somewhere within 2-3 hours drive; preferably with somewhere to stay or camp not too far away.

Thanks for any help!
Cheers,
Aaron
(driving a '06 Patrol DX 3.0L)
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Hi Aaron,

Far east Mundaring (east side of Yarra rd) is worth an explore and is the only legal place in mundaring you can 4wd. Julimar track is ok if being selective to avoid the trouble areas as there are plenty of chicken tracks.

Mundaring powerline track is actually pretty good for what you are asking and there are plenty of chiken tracks there too. You have both there from Extreme to plain old track, I would actually recommend there. Only problem is no legal camping near by Mundaring.

There is also Lane poole reserve and thats has plenty of camp spots just dont go there after heaps of rain so perhaps before mid winter. Check out the Dwellingup page on the website.

Cheers
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Fabian Erde

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Hi everybody,
Im Fabian from Germany and im going to come to Perth in August. I want to buy a 4WD about 10.000 AUS$ does anyone know which car is the best in this range? I prefer a land cruiser HZJ78. I would like to join you. I love the videos on your youtube channel.
rgds Fabian
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Frederic BARRE

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Where to rent a 4wd in Perth ? 
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