DropTableAdventures - From Hattah-Kulkyne to Big Desert - more 4WD fun in “outback” Victoria
|Date Filmed||2022-12-26 - 2022-12-28|
|Date Uploaded||2022-01-14 08:47:33 UTC|
|Date Released||2022-01-14 23:21:06 UTC|
|Location(s)||Hattah-Kulkyne park, around the Murray|
|Notable Equipment||Bunny radios, MaxTrax|
|Camera(s) Used||2x GoPro Hero 8|
|Software Used||Final Cut Pro, mCallouts|
|Subscribers when released||229|
At the end of this video, we saw All Terrain Action (another YouTube channel) parked on the side of the road, later making contact with them online.
We were very pressed for time - so didn’t stop to say hi. Later made contact with them online, heard they thought we were the park rangers, due to all the antennas on the vehicle, and not having roof racks.
MaxTrax were actually used by us for the first time.
Previously: https://youtu.be/s4G4jumuy90 Next: https://youtu.be/XVgAW8awpTM
After travelling through Murray Sunset, we cross the road to enter Hattah-Kulkyne National Park. This, despite being only on the other side of the highway, is worlds apart.
We camp at Hattah Lake, check out Mournpall Lake, then head south through Big Desert State Forest and drive up an incredibly steep sand track.
After that we then cross Wyperfield National Park to Western Beach Campground on Lake Albacutya.