Sounds great. I'd be happy to lend the Chef's a hand as well, I might learn a thing or two lolBased on the success of the communal dinner on the first meet and the number of high class chefs on the forum what about a camp oven dinner on the sat night? I will bring some gear and lend a hand to the guru's
We'll need to talk about you getting a 4 inch lift kit and putting 37 inch tyres under your town car there Bjorn. Probably need to chop the guards for the rubber. Yours would look great with a snorkel and roo bar, and be practical as hell too. Cross Gunshot Creek in an Audi? No problem.
Or just give me your keys and close your eyes....
Access to Newnes is an all weather 2WD dirt/gravel road. Only access to some of the campsites require fording the river.Hi guys,
Is this the sort of trip that a new guy could come along on? If so, I could make my own way in a 2wd car, (little Holden Barina, so no off-roading), or if anyone is going from the Mudgee area I would be happy to chip in with petrol money. That's assuming that someone would want to give a lift to a complete stranger that they met off the internet.
There are stacks of camp sites at Newnes that do not require a river crossing.Hi all - didn't see this thread get started. I'm in for 13/14 October but don't want to leave my car parked anywhere unattended, so would prefer if the campsite doesn't require river crossing. But would be up for a river-crossing excursion in someone else's car at some stage over the weekend.
Back from the trip. I will be going out to newnes in the next week or two to scout the best locations and come back with instructions. We were initial aiming for the camp on the other side of the river as it might be a bit more quiet than the main site but if prefered by most we can make the main site the location for the meet. As I said. Im more than happy to ferry people across but happy to go with what the general preference is here.