Trip Videos 2001 – 2006


Some of our 4WD Trips from 2001 – 2006
all areas are accessible by 4WD only.

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Great Bight Trip

Trip: Holland Track and Telegraph Line & Great Bight
Date: 25.2. – 15.3.2001

Distance: 3192 km
Rating: moderate to hard with very difficult parts

Tripleaders: Sonny & Alison Burke
Jeff & Judy Love
John & Trish McNamara
Erwin & Elisabeth Enz
Ray Colpitts & Ron Short

This is a trip of the Four Wheel  Drive Club of WA (inc.) with some hard parts, muddy tracks with a lot of winching and snatching trough the Holland Track and Telegraph Line after a cyclone past through.  Thank you Sonny and Alison for leading us through this beautiful area and showing us the remote  and spectacular seascape of the Great Bight.
Video: 70 Min

GVD 30th Anniversary Trip

Trip: Great Victoria Desert

Date: 13.4. – 29.4.2001
Distance: 4540 km
Rating: easy

Tripleaders: Steve Linley & Glenda Westphal
A trip of the Four Wheel Drive Club of WA inc.

After Rawlinna we went with John and Trish to discover a new area. The 4WD club went where we have been before.

Video: 90 Min

2001 Spring Trip

Trip: Lake King, Mt. Ridley, Esperance, Cape Arid, Isrealite Bay, Mt. Raget, Zanthus-Holland Track

Date: 20.10. – 31.10.2001
Distance: 2759 km
Rating: moderate

Tripleaders: Erwin & Elisabeth Enz

John & Patricia McNamara
John Tiley
Lindsay Harter

A trip of the Four Wheel Drive Club of WA inc.

Video: 46 Min

East & West of Bremer Bay

Trip: Survey of the area araund Bremer Bay

visiting Pt. Hood, Gordon Inlet, Fitzgerald NP, Point Ann, Point Charles, Reef Beach, Long Beach, Bluff Beach, Cheynes Beach, Two People Bay and all around and between

Date: 25.2. – 2.3.2002 Distance: 1777 km Rating: moderate

Organized by Erwin & Elisabeth Enz with Sonny & Alison Burke

Video: 50 Min

Kimberley 2002

Trip: Newman, Rudall River NP,Great Sandy Desert, Carawine Gorge, Marble Bar, Broome, Windjana Gorge, Bell Gorge, Adcock Gorge, Galvans Gorge, Mitchell Plateau, El Questro, Emma Gorge, Wyndham, Kununurra, Bungle Bungle, Geikie Gorge, Tunnel Creek

Date: 30.6. – 31.7.2002
Distance: 8870 km

Organized by Erwin & Elisabeth Enz
Florian & Nancie Gantenbein
Rico & Larissa Gantenbein

Video: Erwin Enz & Florian Gantenbein
Writen by: Elisabeth Enz

Narrated by: Nancie Gantenbein
Edited by: Erwin Enz

Video: 90 Min.

Tassie Trip 2003

Date: 28.1. – 18.3.2003
Distance: 15170 km

A privat trip from Erwin & Elisabeth Enz

Part 1: Mandurah – Melbourne
Date: 18.1. – 28.2.2003

Trip: Mandurah, Great Bight, Streaky Bay, Coffin Bay, Port Lincoln, Glenelg, Victor Harbour, Coorong NP, Koroit NP, Great Ocean Road, Geelong, Mornington Penisula, Melbourne

Distance Part 1: 5175 km
Video: 49 Min.

Tassie Trip 2003

Part 2: Tasmania

Date: 10.2. – 28.2.2003

Trip: Deveport, Stanley, Montezuma Falls, Zeehan, Strahan, Sarah Island, Queenstown, Lake Pedder, Hobart, Fishers Point, Bruny Island, Port Arthur, Grindelwald, Cradle Mountain

Distance Part 2: 3590 km
Video: 58 Min.

Tassie Trip 2003

Part 3: Melbourne – Mandurah

Date: 29.2. – 18.3.2003

Trip: Melbourne, Silverton, Broken Hill, Flinders Ranges, Arkarola, Oodnadatta Track, Lake Eyre, Cooper Pedy, Lake Gairdner NP

Distance: 5680 km
Video: 40 Min.

Sharkbay 2006

Trip: Geralton, Kalbarri, Denham, Francois Peron NP, Monkey Mia, Shell Beach

Date: 30.9. – 8.10.2006
Distance: 2585 km

A private trip from Erwin & Elisabeth Enz
Video: 40 Min.

Shark Bay World Heritage Area covers more than 2.2 million hectares and has a coastline more than 1,500 km long. The westernmost part of Australia, is one of the world’s greatest wilderness treasures .it features landscapes and seascapes both colourful and diverse, from red and white sands and turquoise lagoons to plunging cliffs and soaring dunes. Shark Bay’s stromatolites are similar to life forms found on Earth up to 3.5 billion years ago! Hamelin Pool in Shark Bay has the most diverse and abundant examples of living marine stromatolites in the world.

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