|0||Mon 5/7/99||NA||Civilised dinner||Getting to Eurong|
|1||Tue 6/7/99||Bool Creek||True||Civilised breakfast||Truck lunch||Truck dinner||Heading North for drop off|
|2||Wed 7/7/99||Nth Watumbha||False||Truck breakfast||Truck lunch||Hard tack dinner|
|3||Thu 8/7/99||Sth Watumbha||True||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Truck dinner|
|4||Fri 9/7/99||Lake Bowarrady||False||Truck breakfast||Truck lunch||Hard tack dinner|
|5||Sat 10/7/99||Hidden Lake||False||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Hard tack dinner|
|6||Sun 11/7/99||Happy Valley||True||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Truck dinner|
|7||Mon 12/7/99||Wabby||False||Truck breakfast||Truck lunch||Hard tack dinner||Tomaszewski's Arrive|
|8||Tue 13/7/99||Dilli Village||True||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Civilised dinner||Dinner at Talinga|
|9||Wed 14/7/99||Swamp||False||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Hard tack dinner|
|10||Thu 15/7/99||Hook Point||True||Hard tack breakfast||Hard tack lunch||Civilised dinner||Head back to Talinga|
|11||Fri 16/7/99||Eurong||Civilised breakfast||Civilised lunch||Civilised dinner||Walk over heading home|
Monday, 5 July: Get from Brisbane to Sandy Cape. I don't have tide times but this will determined the program and agenda. There is a place with water to camp at right at the Cape.
(Optimistic - Tides?)
Tuesday, 6 July: Start walk from Sandy Cape. Walk down past Flinders Blow and start on the Ho-Chi Minh Trail. We can camp either at where Bool Creek crosses the track or press on a bit further to Lake Glenys. It will depend on the start time, the weather and on the amount of surface water.
Wednesday, 7 July: Walk down the Ho Chi Minh. Cut across to Birre Sandblow and from there skirt around to the north and east of Lake Wanhar across Boowon sandblow and then camp at the base near the water. (It is a bit like Lake Wabby).
Thursday, 8 July: Pick up an old mining survey track and follow it down to the western side of Ocean Lake and camp there.
Friday, 9 July: Cut through to the North Wathumba Road and then follow it down to the South Wathumba Road and then walk across to the start of the old fire trail. Rendezvous with Michelle for fresh supplies including using the vehicle to have a shower at Wathumba Campground and get fresh water.
Saturday, 10 July: Return to the start of the fire trail and then walk south along the fire trail. It would be good to get to White Lake, about 16 km but we would cross the upper reaches of Awinya Creek at about 12 km and should get water and camp there. This is about the most remote and least known part of our route
Sunday, 11 July: Walk from White Lake to Lake Allom via Lake Bowarrady. Here we again rendezvous with Michelle with fresh goodies.
Monday, 12 July: An easy walk from Lake Allom to Hidden Lake now in a vehicle free area.
Tuesday, 13 July: Walk from Hidden Lake down through the Eli Creek rainforest which old-timers say is the very best and most pristine bit of Fraser Island rainforest. Come out at the beach and proceed to Happy Valley. Camp between Happy Valley and Yidney. If Michelle joins us there we can eat Birthday Cake.
Wednesday, 14 July: Happy Valley to Dilli Village and then Camp on the creek on the western side of the swamp just south of Dilli Village. (How far is this?)
Thursday, 15 July: Follow the old trail along the western side of the swamp to the Hook Point Barge landing point. Try to be there before the last barge.
If you fellows want to leave the island we will organize for someone to pick you up at Inskip Point and get you back to Brisbane that night and I will go back to Eurong.