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Aussie Battler



Member Since: 17 Apr 2013
Location: Apsley
Posts: 74

Australia 2009 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Auto Stornoway Grey
family visit 2018

just started a family visit to my daughters and grand children ,one lives in Darwin The other in Perth .Around trip of 10000k or more depending on side trips . The first side trip was to the painted desert in South Aus and well worth the visit with splendid scenery varying from gibber stone desert to the multi coloured hills at Arkaringa station .Arkaringa station I one of the smaller cattle stations in Australia with a land area of 2750 sq kilometres and carries about 2000 head of cattle .camping is at the station with toilets and hot showers when the generator is running .

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Wow stunning scenery, great trip. Enjoy!
You should do a regular update with pictures of your travels Thumbs Up Landrover - turning owners into mechanics since 1948

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Aussie Battler



Member Since: 17 Apr 2013
Location: Apsley
Posts: 74

Australia 2009 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Auto Stornoway Grey
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I will be doing updates as we go ,at the moment we are in Darwin where we lived for over 20 years before moving south to Apsley 4 years ago .
The road from Cobber Pedy is dirt all the way about 180k and very dusty ,the fl2 was completely dust proof as opposed to my old boss who had a glx landcruiser wagon which was ideal for these types of roads (his words) that deposited 2mm of dust on the dash after 3k on a dirt road .

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