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drive to cedar creek.. or maybe cidar

Discussion in 'Kombi Stories' started by generation fade, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. generation fade

    generation fade New Member

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    so tom and i took a drive to cedar creek accompanied by a man named perry who told us about this spot. i had no idea what to expect nor what we were going to find, and i was amazed and it turned out to be a great day, so i thought i'd put in a few photos of the drive up etc.

    on the highway
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    goodbye brisbane
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    up high hills
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    yet another photo of jose's ass..
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  2. generation fade

    generation fade New Member

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    albert the friendly turtle and jose
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    nice country
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    until we finally made it to 'cedar creek'.
    then we trecked through bush
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    till we came upon this
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  3. generation fade

    generation fade New Member

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    tom just hanging out
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    i got a little extreme as well..
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    'here we have a photo of a waterfall'
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    eh ehhhh
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  4. generation fade

    generation fade New Member

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    thought we'd try it
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    thets all, tom may post some photos up too. enjoy
     
  5. nikferatu

    nikferatu Active Member

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    This is a well-known destination for many Brisbanites I would suspect, and I've been here a hundred times over the years... It really is a fantastic spot and has been enjoyed by many... Except that it is on private property and back in the day it was open to the public due to the owner's generosity, but I think over the years they must have got jack of the drunk idiots leaving rubbish/broken glass etc and eventually it was closed to the public. This may have had something to do with a spiritual commune/retreat-type set up that built itself a premises a bit further up, I'm not sure. I know many people have gone up there regardless by parking earlier and hiking up the creek itself and bypassing the owner's residence/old carpark etc but if it is in fact reopened for public use then I would love to know as I would be stoked indeed to be able to go back without infringing on someone's turf. Great shots by the way and it's a great drive out there - I could almost pick the location of each photo to within a km or two as I've done it many times. What a great day out!
     
  6. nikferatu

    nikferatu Active Member

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    Where you are parked looks like the old public carpark if I'm not mistaken - is there a little bridge just behind where the photo is taken?
     
  7. generation fade

    generation fade New Member

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    it's still closed to the public, we just slid through a gap in the gate.
    it's a beautiful spot, i can understand why it woulda been so popular back in the day.
    and yes, there is a little bridge just past where we were parked, haha
     
  8. Thomas

    Thomas New Member

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    Redcliffe, QLD
    'Twas an awesome day.
    I've gotta go to work now, but when i get back, I'll post some of my pics :)
     

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