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    fancied taking a trip to kuitpo this weekend but cant seem to get any trail maps to open on the net :0( can anyone tell me the best place to go where there is a fire pit and does not need a 4x4 to get to it.

     

    Jo :cute:

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    Guest Guest75

    Hiya

     

    Poor maps but easy to get around once there.

    Here is the PDF of the area.

     

    http://www.forestry.sa.gov.au/pdf/kuitpoforest-a3.pdf

     

    On Brookman Road look for the Kuitpo Info Center......above that is The Avenues Picnic area.But before Chookarloo campsite.

    You can have a fire in there - using what you collect. There is an easy walking trail to the back f that area as well. Clearly marked,just follow the arrows. If walking slow it's a lot less than an hour to get round.

     

    Enjoy.

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    The Avenues picnic ground on Brookman Road at Kuitpo has long since been logged, seating and fire pits removed and public convenience relocated, has been like this for a while now. The closest alternative for a picnic lunch would be the Chookarloo campground not to far down the road from the old Avenues picnic ground.

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    The Avenues picnic ground on Brookman Road at Kuitpo has long since been logged, seating and fire pits removed and public convenience relocated, has been like this for a while now. The closest alternative for a picnic lunch would be the Chookarloo campground not to far down the road from the old Avenues picnic ground.

     

    I thought the toilet was still there - it was around a month ago.

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    Guest Kazzarazza
    Do dogs have to be on a lead?

    Hi Davido.

     

    How are ya? Just looked at Tyke's pdf link and "dogs are allowed in the forest, but must be under direct control at all times and are expected to be kept on a leash in picnic and camping areas or when near other visitors."

     

    That sounds pretty fair to me. We should take our dogs down there sometime - but we have to wait until our new little girl has had her final shot.

     

    Take care, Kazzarazza xx

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