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341) Kent 
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NSW South Coast
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Sunday, 8 January 2017 00:49 Write a comment

Looking at the great photo of the elusive brumbies in your gallery ... On 6 Jan 2017 I was riding my motorbike (a noisy road/trail bike) past Three Mile Dam near Kiandra and was able to get a photo of the brumbies within 15 metres of my bike. There were a few groups of them there, as well as a couple of groups on the way down to the Snowy Mountains Highway. Great gallery photos. Great site.
340) jack viljoen 
Location:
Gladstone qld
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Friday, 16 December 2016 22:05 Write a comment

I'm in the process of planning my solo attempt at the great walk and very much looking forward to it. Thank you for the very valuable info!
339) Angela 
Location:
Newcastle
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Monday, 28 November 2016 17:15 Write a comment

Great site, photos and info. We a group of experienced bushwalkers from Newcastle, are planning to do the Du Cane Range Circuit Tasmania in 2017. Do you have a gpx file of your trip, or know where I can get one. Thanks


nomad Saturday, 3 December 2016 00:45
Hi Angela,
I tried a couple of times to send you the gpx file, but Bigpond.com keep bouncing my email back with a IB603a error message. Do you have another email address?
338) Esther 
Location:
Melbourne
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Thursday, 20 October 2016 08:05 Write a comment

Love your blog and photos. I'm planning to do a 4day hike including mt Bogong next weekend and am dying to know what the rest of your planned circuit was, before your unfortunate accident!
337) Bonnie 
Location:
Sydney
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Thursday, 8 September 2016 23:23 Write a comment

What a fantastic blog!
I'm planning a trip to Shark Bay and Kalbarri National Park and was looking for inspiration when I came across your wonderful blog. I've really enjoyed seeing the way you've laid out your travel text and images. It looks like you've been on some stunning adventures.
336) Jeremy 
Location:
Sydney
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Wednesday, 17 August 2016 00:46 Write a comment

Really enjoyed your blog and the detail. It's really helped with the planning of our Yuraygir walk in a few weeks. We are tenting it so we're interested in the water drinking water locations on the track.
335) Mark 
Location:
Johanna
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Monday, 18 July 2016 22:40 Write a comment

Hi.
Just letting you know about a new and updated site on the GOW.

www.thegreatoceanwalk.com

Kind regards.
334) Helen 
Location:
Wollongong
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Sunday, 8 May 2016 19:04 Write a comment

Love your blog. Thankyou
My friends and I from NSW are planning on walking from Wilpena Pound to Hawker in June 16 ,we are wondering where we can drive in and drop off water?
333) Mina 
Location:
Brampton, Canada
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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 21:58 Write a comment

HI
I have back to your blog after reading it a few years back.
We hiked part of the Altra Via 1 last year to see if we would enjoy the hut to hut hiking experience, and to see if we would be able to carry our gear for the six days. We throughly enjoyed the hike, and the Refugio's were super, so here we are in the planning stages to hiking the TMB, your blog has provided us with useful information and the photos are amazing.
MIna
332) Alice 
Location:
Alabama USA
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Sunday, 27 December 2015 19:39 Write a comment

Just read your entries on the St. Paul trail in Pisidia in Turkey. We have been to most of those places but mainly by car. We also treasure Yesilada as one of our favorite places. Thank you for inspiring us to do more walking next time we visit this magical place!
331) David Moncrieff 
Location:
Ngunnawal, ACT
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Saturday, 26 December 2015 23:16 Write a comment

Hi, what a magical blog. Thanks for recording your travels in words and pictures. Having walked parts of the Larapinta Trail when it was in the throes of establishment, I really appreciated reading your journal and will return to read the rest.
330) Frank Obbens 
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Sunday, 29 November 2015 23:12 Write a comment

Hi
Love your site. Such amazing journeys. Several experienced bushwalking friends and myself are keen to do the the northern 2 sections of the Australian Alpine Track which you completed some years back. What time of year did you do this? We were thinking Nov,but is later better? Also is there any concern with creek water in any areas along this route? Many thanks.
Regards
Frank
329) Paul 
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Tuesday, 17 November 2015 00:22 Write a comment

Thank you, Nomads...I am about to set off for the walk from Bronte to La Perouse and then I plan to walk down to Cronulla via the shores of Botany Bay. Your pics a delightful and helpful. I have completed the walk from Palm Beach to Kirribilli, as well as the walk from Circular Quay to Watsons Bay. The small secluded beaches are a beautiful surprise.
What I have done, back in March of 2013 was the Jesus Trail, from Nazareth to Capernaum - 60 km. It is marked by dobs of paint on stones and power poles.
As 64 year old I am ever thankful that I have the health to do these walks.
328) Willem 
Location:
Couridjah
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Sunday, 11 October 2015 19:25 Write a comment

Hi just some questions.
I will be walking from Mallacoota to Wonboyn next month did you have to pay any fees for this section? and how did you get across the inlet at Mallacoota?

Regards,
Willem
327) Sue 
Location:
Liverpool, UK
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Thursday, 17 September 2015 08:48 Write a comment

Off to Turkey once again on Monday to walk some familiar parts of the Lycian Way from previous visits over the last 10 years and to add a little of St Paul's Trail around Lake Egirdir. Wonderful photographs of all the wild flowers we missed by walking in late September! We have also walked the same valleys as you in Cappadocia some years ago.
326) Rob 
Location:
Brisbane
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Wednesday, 16 September 2015 05:59 Write a comment

We just finished the walk today ...back at the Yamba YHA ...we followed your blog and found it super useful throughout the 4 days... Fabulous scenery ....great time ... No need for a beach walk in near future !
325) Joyce nariyoshi 
Location:
Honolulu
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Tuesday, 8 September 2015 12:49 Write a comment

It was nice to read your blog and to refresh my memory of our bike tour. I told one of our friends of this excellent trip, and they are doing a private tour in 2017 with about 9 people as Thomas is not doing this trip next year. They found your blog and that sold them on booking the trip. I really enjoyed that trip, but it really was a lot of hills. Going back to Japan in October to the Japanese alps to see fall foliage.
324) Rob 
Location:
Brisbane
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Friday, 24 July 2015 21:59 Write a comment

Fabulous pics....my wife and I are planning to do the coastal walk in a few weeks
323) Ian 
Location:
canberra
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Tuesday, 21 July 2015 22:39 Write a comment

I greatly enjoyed your well written and well photographed walk via mimosa national park. Thank you.
322) Diana 
Location:
Adelaide
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Saturday, 9 May 2015 05:14 Write a comment

We have just stumbled upon your site as we prepare for our Chemin St Jacques - we will walk from Le Puy in France to Roncesvalles in Spain, crossing the Pyrenees. Somewhat daunted by what we have read about steep climbs and descents, we have been excited by the spectacular scenery in the photos you have posted from your walk from Le Puy to Conques. We will begin late May to avoid the main public holidays and now wonder whether it will be warmer than we anticipated - you say you ran out of sunscreen! Your high quality photos which have enthused us as we prepare mentally. We completed the entire Camino de Santiago in Spain in 2013 - 800km so we don't feel as daunted by the actual distance. We may take it a little slower this time and not attempt too many 30km days. Thank you for sharing your diaries.
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