Cape York Track

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Subject: Cape York Track
From: L&L Knight <>
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 20:47:18 +1000
I came across the following snippet while browsing through the Qld budget papers -

Department of Environment and Resource Management

Funding of $1.2 million has been identified for a feasibility study for a new Great Walk from the Daintree River to the tip of Cape York. The study will be undertaken during the next twelve months.

If the route is developed, the alignment may be of interest to the bushwalkers in the group. Presumably it would parallel the Bloomfield Track to Cooktown, then work its way through Lakefield to Princess Charlotte Bay. It would be great if it traversed the McIlwrath and Iron Ranges and made its way past Shelburne Bay. I suspect it would probably run up the old telegraph track to the Jardine River.


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