In the late 1800’s Old Coach Road was the sole connection of the Palmer River Goldfields to the outside world. Today it is renown as the toughest 4WD track on the Cape and we were keen to put Steve’s skills to the test on this long and rocky road.
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From superb campsites to deep water crossings this is definitely one to put on your bucket list.
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What an amazing way to begin our travels properly! This place has it all; great weather, amazing picturesque fresh water creeks to swim in with some unreal water falls as well as arguably some of the best 4wding in the country!!
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Pennefather River is 72 kilometres north of Weipa on the coast. With gorgeous coastline, fishing out in the ocean or down the river and plenty of beach front camping spots to watch fish and rays jumping out of the water and crocodiles sunning themselves on the banks of the beaches and lagoon.
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Nolans Brook is a deep crossing with a soft sandy bottom that claims many vehicles on the Tele Track each year, with one of the major reason’s being the driver not knowing how to complete a water crossing safely.
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