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Climbing to the Big Drift  
   

Climbing to the Big Drift

A Canadian in Australia- 30 days. Day 27 - Wilson Promonotory National Park - The Big Drift and Darby Beach.

March 25th 2019
It was a quiet day today partly due to the weather. With a prediction of rain in the afternoon I wanted to cram one hike in before so I headed to the Big Drift within the Prom. The Big Drift is " an expansive landscape of inland sand dunes". Sounded interesting to me so off I went. The trail there was about 1.2 km in length one-way. When the trail hit the sand dune is when the fun started. To get ... read more
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25th March 2019

Looks like fun to go up! nice soft sand.

Tot: 1.564s; Tpl: 0.066s; cc: 23; qc: 84; dbt: 0.0509s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 1; ; mem: 1.4mb