Review: Gregory National Park

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The Broadarrow track is quite hard on tyres from the south once near Wickhan and Humbert tracks it get easy, the Bullita Stock route is a ONEWAY track from the Bullita Campsite, due to some exit and entry ramps into rivers, there's also a difficult section between the outstation and Spring Creek Camp, this goes down a steep hill with high steps, they say this track takes 8hrs from Bullita Campground to the main road there right, not suitable for crossover or low 4X4's
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Reply By: Gado - Thursday, Sep 08, 2011 at 17:48

Thursday, Sep 08, 2011 at 17:48
We were there a month ago, Broadarrow track was closed (ranger said it was overgrown and damaged), and Wickham track also. We came in from Timber Creek to Bullita via a good graded road. Bullita camping area has nice sites and pit toilet, the beautiful adjacent waterhole was too overgrown to get close but there was an open crossing (on Bullita stock route) a short walk 100m downstream.

The homestead is well preserved and has some fascinating stories of what the pioneers had to survive.

We went out via Humbert track, 60km took about 5 hrs with a few very short stops. Nothing too hard but lots of steep creek crossings and a fair bit of slow work picking the way between rocks. Good clearance and low range required. The Humbert river crossing was an interesting twisting section with some big steps along a sloping rock shelf, I was happy the water was very low so I could see the deeper bits.

We were warned about tyres, there are lots of sharp limestone spikes in places on the road. We took it slow and easy and had no trouble.

Cheers, Gado
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