Qld - stoney creek rd through bellthorpe to jimna open?

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  1. stujamur

    stujamur keep rollin rollin rollin

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    Just planning a little run for tomorrow and wanted to check if this road is open ..

    I was planning on going from stoney creek rd north and end up near jimna fire tower - 4wd blogs indicate a easy run but some say it is closed after 2011 storms ???

    Anyone been that way lately ?
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  2. Hodgo

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    Yes been back that way after Bills ride with Phil & Co. Road is open.
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  3. stujamur

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    Good stuff - thanks hodgo
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  4. Cruz

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    Did you go through Stoney Creek /Bellthorpe Rds today Stu, or just hang in Mt Mee?

    I presume that was you guys at the BP and at Dayboro Bakery this morning?
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  5. Hunsta

    Hunsta Have guns will hunt

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    Is there a Stoney Creek road or did you mean Sunday Creek Road :scratch
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  6. Cruz

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    Stoney Creek Rd runs off of D'aguilar Hwy up to Bellthorpe Rd in the forestry, about 2klm west of Kilcoy/Beerwah Rd.
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  7. stujamur

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    Ye went for a run up there today . Plan was to use stoney creek to get to jimna but we decided to try this loop off it - goodla . On the map it showed that it looped back down to stoney creek but we must have gone wrong - the track came to a sign that said " not suitable for any vehicle" .. Might not be the best on a real big bike was passable and spat us out near sandy creek .

    So in the end never got to do all of stoney creek as planned but it is a lovely easy run and was fairly cool considering how hot it was .
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  8. stujamur

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    Ye was that you at bp on the white honda trans ?
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    Yup, will have to catch up when I am on the Berg one day.
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  10. stujamur

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    4 sure ..
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  11. johnno950

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    See landcriuser park at jimna on the market,be great if new owners open it up for motorbikes.
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    Its been on and off the market for years mate. Doubt if it's likely to sell and even let bikes in there.
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  13. stujamur

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    If anyone is planning going through there is a big grey gum block the road a few k south of the Junction where you turn to jimna or kenilworth.
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  14. stujamur

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  15. DRjoe

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    You would have made short work of that on your 610 eh?
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    the blades where blunt Joe.

    we thought about lifting the bikes over ( it was about 4-5ft ) but it was a farewell ride on my 610 as I have a 630 coming :D, so I didn't want to F it up.
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  17. DRjoe

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    Fair enough.
    How much are you chasing for the 610?
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