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Sundown National Park

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Peaceful

Spent two nights in there over the holidays, Burrows waterhole is a very nice spot caught one lil... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2016
Duncan B
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Great 4WD adventure into the north of a very beautiful park, but only do it with a serious 4WD

The park tracks are not actually so rough, but they have lots of sharp rocks. You definitely need a... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2014
Ainsley M
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8 Feb 2016
“Peaceful”
12 Oct 2014
“Great 4WD adventure into the north of a very beautiful park, but only do it with a serious 4WD”
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Reviewed 9 February 2016

Spent two nights in there over the holidays, Burrows waterhole is a very nice spot caught one lil fish, walked upstream for a cople hours one day and seen a few carp in the ponds, think the place needs a good flush out ! Lots...More

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Reviewed 13 October 2014

The park tracks are not actually so rough, but they have lots of sharp rocks. You definitely need a 'heavy' 4WD, i.e. high clearance, low range and really good tyres. I spent most of the time going up and down in gear range, only because...More

2  Thank Ainsley M
Reviewed 10 August 2011

We walked the old 4-wheel drive track to the Red Rock Gorge, then the old 4-wheel drive track back. Locals at the pub were confused by the use of the old and new terminology as the "new" track is 30 years old. It was beautiful...More

1  Thank hpea
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