Below is the latest road report, the coming events, and the truth about the sale of the Bramwell Station.
In This Issue:
• Bramwell Station
• Road Report
• Coming Events
• Feedback Updated
A lot of people already know that Bramwell Station is likely getting sold. Everyone's favourite place to stay - so have we lost it?
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The answer is that if the station's sale goes through, the Tourist Park will remain, even if it will probably get sold separately.
They would first sell the land and move the cattle, but we won't lose the place to stay.
Another trip down to Cairns for Mark this month, and he first said the road was ok, not mega rough.
On his way back it started to chop up south of Musgrave, corrugations were getting worse.
Musgrave to Coen was ok, Telegraph Road (Weipa-Bamaga turnoff to Bramwell) was ok, just some dips to slow down for.
Both of the Bypass Roads were ok, corrugations had been fixed south of the Jardine River.
The events of the coming month are Weipa Fishing Classic, Weipa Pig Hunt, Mapoon Barra Bash, Torres Strait Cultural Festival, Conquer the Corrugations, and Wallaby Creek Festival.
All great fun and worth
including in your trip if you are around :-)
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Please let me know if you enjoyed it while planning before the trip, and
while using the information once on the trip.
If you get any questions about anything, please feel welcome to contact me.
That's all for this time - happy planning, and happy travels to those on the road!!
Have a great day :-)
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