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Waypoints for Boiling Billy Treks

More can be found at Boiling Website under Waypoints

Craig Lewis and Cathy Savage have given permission to post the waypoints published in their 4WD Adventure Books. Instead of typing them in by hand to your GPS or PC program, simply download the .ZIP file. Click on the picture of the publication to download the .ZIP file containing all treks for that publication.

All files are in text (editable) standard OziExplorer or Waypoint+ (DM) Degrees & Minutes format. They can be imported directly into OziExplorer or Waypoint+ by following the instructions below. For other programs, simply downloaded them, unZIP them, then edit them using Notepad or a similar program and load them into your favourite PC program.

SE Qld Updated - 21-Sep-99 - Dates should now all be 01/09/1999

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Bellthorpe Forest

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Black Hut Track

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The Border Ranges

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Condamine Gorge

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Cooloola Beach

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Fraser Island

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Girraween NP

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Goomburra Forest

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Jimna Forest

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Duck Creek Rd

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Monsildale Creek

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Mount Mee Trek

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Two Mountains Trek

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Nanango Coach Rd A & B

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North Straddie

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Spicers Gap Rd

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Sundown Siesta

 

 

 

 

 

Done so far:

bullet Hills of Gold
bulletBroken Cart Trail
bulletCorner Country
bulletDarling River Run
bullet The Bridle Track
bullet Watagan Wanderings
bullet Barrington Tops
bullet Trek to Kookaburra
bullet Out in the Styx
bullet Ten Mile Beach
bulletTuron
bulletBaal Bone Gap

Instructions for OziExplorer users:

  1. Save the zip file to your PC.
  2. Unzip the zip file to a suitable directory, eg c:\oziexplorer\map
  3. Import into OziExplorer by selecting:
    Load
    Import Waypoints from Text file
    Select one of the file names created in step 2
    Select appropriate File Datum Type (normally Aust Geo 66) of the map you have loaded.
  4. Go for it.

 

Instructions for Waypoint+ users:

  1. Save the zip file to your PC.
  2. Unzip the zip file to a suitable directory, eg c:\waypoint
  3. Import into Waypoint+ by selecting:
    File
    Open
    Select the file name specified in step 1
    Make sure you have WGS 84 as the selected Datum.
  4. Go for it.