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thought it might be a good idea to start a list of 4x4 parks for each state ;) ....

QLD....you qld'ers seem to be spoiled for choice with numerous places within 2-3hrs of Brizzie - LandCruiser Mountain Park (the most famous), Black Duck Valley & Big Boys Adventure Park (these still open?),any more?....

NSW....????where???? [img]graemlins/dunno.gif[/img]

VIC....????where???? [img]graemlins/dunno.gif[/img]

SA/WA..????where???? [img]graemlins/dunno.gif[/img]

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big boys is closed now.
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i knew i saw a 4x4 parks directory somewhere [img]graemlins/dunno.gif[/img] ,
found it , was in the tuff truck mag.... :D and here are the ones closer to Sydney ,
no idea if they are still open though :confused: - i think its probably an insurance thing :mad: :

Howes Valley (???)- 2hrs ex Sydney in Howes Valley,
Madman's Territory (???) - 3.5hrs ex Sydney in Hill End,
River Island (???)- 1.5hrs ex Sydney near Mittagong.

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Emu Park ???

Isn't that Near Bonalbo in NSW.

I recall a 4wd park up for sale near there. Sure it was Emu Park.

Never did hear the end result of that one.

Oh yeah, further to that. It was actually prime cattle country. I remember driving on it Prior to it becoming a 4by park. Could be the next door neighbour snapped it up to use it. I understand there's a couple of BIG cattle companies involved up that way know.

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Howes Valley is up the Putty Road i think. They hosted some competition last year if my memory is correct.
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Emu creek closed last year. Tokoron also closed.
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Howes Valley is up the Putty Road i think. They hosted some competition last year if my memory is correct.
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Arcot station--3.5hr from bissy
Bald rock bush retreat--3.25hr
blackduck valley--1.5hr
bodumba game preserve--3hr
clarence river--2.5hr
emu creek -- 2.5hr
Glen cairn -- 1.5hr
Glenrow station -- 2hr
landcruiser park -- 2.25hr
levuka -- 2hr
McCalman's crystalvale --1.5hr
Manar park -- 4.5hr
Outback adventure park -- 3.5hr
springbrook host farm -- 3hr
the farm -- 2hr
the gorge station retreat -- 2.5hr
tookeron -- 1hr (think this one closed as well)
wave hill station -- 3.5hr

some of them are in NSW but not that far from Brissy also i have not been to alot of them so can't say what they are like...or if still open... hope that helps..
There's also Goomburra just nor-west of Cunninghams Gap (not sure if still open though - Does any one know?)

Glendon - any body been there - what are the tracks like? (need Ava easy)
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To the best of my knowlege, there are no PUBLIC 4WD parks in Victoria. In general, we don't need them (just yet) as there are many, many tracks open for fun.
There are a number of properties either owned or leased by the larger 4WD clubs for their members enjoyment (and training). Valley Farm, 2004 Jamboree, is a good example of this type of arrangement.

Nissan Club have an 80??acre property out from Heyfield. TLC have one at Yark that's quite large.....and there are others...
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