Hunt Oil Road

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Has anybody travelled the Hunt Oil Road during the last 2 years and can provide me with his impressions.

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Reply By: MichaelR - Saturday, Aug 13, 2022 at 21:39

Saturday, Aug 13, 2022 at 21:39
Hi Andreas,
Travelled the Hunt Oil Road about a month ago on my way back from the Oombi (Carson River) Track, CSR, Gunbarrel on the way to the northern Connie Sue and the Ann Beadell Hwy. In a lazy moment we worked out somewhere along the lines, about 3 million corrugations. Felt like it too at times.
It was the third time I have travelled the HOR and it it is a lovely track. We camped for two nights along the track. There was evidence of camel culling, a necessary but somewhat unattractive sight. The track varies and there are times when there is a bit of massage from the bush. We saw no one else and there was only one set of vehicle prints in front of us which I guess may have been the ranger.
Be aware that this track traverses indigenous land. There are no signs either end saying it is a private track but it may be. Geraldton Bore at its intersection with the Gunbarrel has very good water. Fuel is available at Warburton. Stop in at the gallery. I don't usually comment on corrugations but those at the northern end of the Connie Sue are very impressive.
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