Canning Stock Route in 06/07 2001

Submitted: Thursday, Jan 04, 2001 at 01:00
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Hello,

we plan to go with two troopies on the CSR this year. Is there someone, who can give me some insider informations about this tour ? It is really difficult to organize this from here. We also need some additional equipement like camping gear, jerry cans, water canister, where could we get this with less stress ?

There is a place in one car for one of you (non commercial, we are 3 adults and a child), if someone want to come with us ??) We prefer girls between 25-30 ... ;-)

Thank you ! Regards Ralf
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Reply By: Joseph Baz - Sunday, Jan 07, 2001 at 01:00

Sunday, Jan 07, 2001 at 01:00
Ralf Where do u plan to comence the trip? I will sugest for u to join one of the tour/safary operators as they have the experience in the area when i was living in Halls Creek one operator that we always found very reliable is Russell Guest
I belive he is retired now but his family still run the CSR the web site is
www.guest4wd.com.au they will also give u a list of what is required for the trip and wether it is wise to take a child
Happy travelling
cheers JOE
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Reply By: Brian Gould - Monday, May 14, 2001 at 00:00

Monday, May 14, 2001 at 00:00
The Lonely Planet Guide, Outback Australia (ISBN 0-86442-504-X) has a very comprehensive section on the CSR. I assume you are going to see Perth first- this is the best place for all your camping gear. It is a full days drive from Perth to Wiluna- where the CSR starts. At that time of year the school holidays will just be starting so expect quite a few other vehicles doing the CSR with you- although you should be totally self sufficient. The Lonely Planet guide also gives details of a fuel station that can drop a 205 litre container of fuel off for you on the CSR. Also- I live near the CSR in Newman WA, it gets below freezing at night at that time of year and 15-20degrees centigrade during the day, so dont leave your warm clothes at home.
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