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This track was found by mistake. It hadn't been travelled in what looked like at least 12 months. Definately high clearance vehicles only mainly because of the steep, sharp decents that will tear off your rear bar. There are rocks, mud, swamps and a wide fast running river to cross toward the end. Please note that this entire section of track is a "dry" area so absolutely NO alcohol to be brought in or heavy penalties apply.
Length: 30km to 100km
Features: Sand, Sharp Rocks, Mud, Steep ascents/descents, River crossing(s), Clay
This track is great!! Towing a camper made a little more fun. The Roaring Meg Creek is a BIG creek and flows fast. Check for depths and big rocks in the creek. Track starts at the end of the Bloomfield track and comes out in the middle of the Creb track.
Weather data obtained from LOW ISLES LIGHTHOUSE, located 51.9kms from Zig Zag Track
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Live weather data obtained from LOW ISLES LIGHTHOUSE, located 51.9kms from Zig Zag Track, courtesy of the BOM
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Jan 28 2011, 19:45pm
Dec 11 2011, 05:39am
"Please note that this entire section of track is a "dry" area so absolutely NO alcohol to be brought in or heavy penalties apply."
Sorry but sucks to be you because the only "dry" area there is actually the township of Wugal wugal and the road actually starts before wugal and if you where going to drive past the town you use the bypass road and they can't do a thing. just letting everyone know. the roaring megs area where the zig zag track comes out is actually on private property - china camp. Currently they do not really car about the occassional 4x4 thru there because there is no signs at the bottom of the track. Be very careful at roaring meg falls, they have the tendency to kill people, especially men - aboriginal legend and i have had the pleasure of picking up a dead dude from the bottom. Please take heed and be careful at the top of the falls.. you can get out to the creb track and then go north back to the bloomfield road. currently the creb is closed to the south of the roaring megs falls so i have been told.