Meeting Point: Dwellingup
approx - 100kms from Perth CBD (allow approx - 1.5hrs travel time)
Duration of trip- 2 days/1 night
(Full meeting details given once booking is made)
Details: This trip will take us through some of the tracks around the Dwellingup area. One of my favourite areas to go play.
There is some great scenery and wildlife in the area to see as well.
This adventure will be a bit challenging in parts and vehicles will need to be able to tackle some rutts, hill climbs and steep descents. The tracks in this area are always great fun. All vehicles that attend this trip should have good clearance and also recovery points front & rear. Bush pin striping is unavoidable as we are in the scrub for most of this trip, so be prepared to give your car a good wash & polish up when you get home. Depending on weather there may be mud holes and there may be some recoveries. We do bring all recovery equipment but you can also bring your own for backup.
Saturday night we will be camping out in the bush so Swags and small tents only.
Breakfast will be provided for you to cook up on the Sunday & Monday mornings.
We will have bacon, eggs, beans/spag & toast, small box cereals, milk, tea, coffee and milo.
There will be nibbles at the end of the day when we stop, setup camp and relax for the evening usually around 4pm.This allows time to setup camp while there is still natural light.
Breakfast supplied all other meals, drinks and nibbles are BYO.
Sunday after breakfast we may follow some other tracks & back roads on the journey home.
Swags & tents only.
No Camper trailers or caravans.
No dogs or pets.
Rates: $320 (inc gst) per vehicle (up to 4 people)
Includes all parks passes and camping fees if applicable.
Each car will also receive a goodie bag from Get Lost Tours
For bookings & information
No Alcohol is to be consumed during the days driving.
Children are always welcome.
NO PETS as we will be in a National Park.
All vehicles must be licensed, roadworthy and have front & rear recovery points. You should also have full insurance and good remote recovery cover. Two spare tyres are always a good option as well if you can carry them.
If you need advice or explanation of any of the above please phone or email us.