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Old 15 Apr 2024
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Mitchell Falls - early June 2024

Dear HUBBers is anyone familiar with Mitchell Plateau Rd conditions at the beginning of June? I'm attempting to drive solo, rented a regular Landcruiser this route. Would that be doable? If anyone is planning to do the same route, I'm more than grateful if I can join.

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We visited Mitchell Falls in June 2019. We did not drive the whole way from the GRR - we took a light plane into the strip, then drove to the point where you can walk up to the falls. That part of the road (track) was dry and good. Not a lot of water in the falls, though.
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Dear HUBBers is anyone familiar with Mitchell Plateau Rd conditions at the beginning of June? I'm attempting to drive solo, rented a regular Landcruiser this route. Would that be doable? If anyone is planning to do the same route, I'm more than grateful if I can join.

I drove the entire road back in July 2018 in a 4x4 Hilux. It didn't require 4x4 at all back then, but there was one axle deep water crossing that looked much worse than it turned out to be. My memory was that it took around 3-4 hours. It was kinda bumpy in places, and lots of small curves, but other than that not difficult.
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