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    Hi guys, silly little question but what's the quickest and easiest way to get to Big River? Is it up through Narbethong and Marysville or the other way through Warburton? I'm travelling from the Mornington Peninsula.

    Cheers, Sam.
    Last edited by Hookedon4wding; 27-10-08, 01:59 PM.
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    The "Trekking around Oz" one doesn't cut it ???
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      Sam, much of a muchnest, but is an easier drive via Marysville. Big River has some great 4wding & is better to make it a weekend trip, especially if coming from down the your way.

      Stop at Buxton for a hamburger if you get the chance; 2nd best hamburgers in Vic..

      Cheers
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        Quickest and easiest?? As Allan says probably Healesville/Marysville but far more interesting from your area is the Warburton option. From there you can do either Acheron Way (which is a great drive) or Woods Point Road.
        Both are good bitumen, easy travelling, miss the Blacks Spur hoons and with the latter you come out half way to Big River.
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          Originally posted by Jaster View Post
          The "Trekking around Oz" one doesn't cut it ???
          Pardon my stupidity. My bookmark takes me straight to the vehicles page. Obviously the Treking around Oz page on the main forum page is perfect.

          Must be late in the week!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by allanmac View Post
            Sam, much of a muchnest, but is an easier drive via Marysville. Big River has some great 4wding & is better to make it a weekend trip, especially if coming from down the your way.

            Stop at Buxton for a hamburger if you get the chance; 2nd best hamburgers in Vic..

            Cheers
            Thanks for that Allanmac. We're heading off tonight and coming back late Sunday. We'll probably make a base camp somewhere near Stockmans Reward and go and play on the tracks during the day.

            Out of interest, does anyone have the 4wd Treks close to Melbourne book? It has a Big River Country Trek in it thats rated as moderate to difficult however the same trek on 4x4earth.com.au is only rated easy to moderate?

            We'll probably start the trek and if it gets to a 'possible vehicle damage' standard we'll turn around.

            Cheers, Sam.
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            Accessories fitted: BFG At 275/65/R17, Rhino Platform Rack, Toyota Cargo Barrier.

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