Australian Horn Honk

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OtwayEchoes
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Australian Horn Honk

Postby OtwayEchoes » Thu Sep 29, 2016 10:15 pm

G'day blokes,
It's time for the first Aussie horn honk, Saturday October 15 on Tomahawk Creek road, Irrewillipe.
Being number 1 , I know it will be small but it's gotta start somewhere so spread the word!
The location is fairly remote with no facilities available so bring what you will need to survive an afternoon in the bush and bring a horn if you have one too!
Let me know if you need finer details,
Alex

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Re: Australian Horn Honk

Postby AzHonker » Thu Sep 29, 2016 10:35 pm

Umm... I probably wont' make this event... It's a long swim.

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Re: Australian Horn Honk

Postby silvercreek » Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:16 am

OtwayEchoes wrote:G'day blokes,
It's time for the first Aussie horn honk, Saturday October 15 on Tomahawk Creek road, Irrewillipe.
Being number 1 , I know it will be small but it's gotta start somewhere so spread the word!
The location is fairly remote with no facilities available so bring what you will need to survive an afternoon in the bush and bring a horn if you have one too!
Let me know if you need finer details,
Alex


Is that near Walkabout Creek?
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Re: Australian Horn Honk

Postby RichardLovesHisS3L » Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:17 am

silvercreek wrote:
OtwayEchoes wrote:G'day blokes,
It's time for the first Aussie horn honk, Saturday October 15 on Tomahawk Creek road, Irrewillipe.
Being number 1 , I know it will be small but it's gotta start somewhere so spread the word!
The location is fairly remote with no facilities available so bring what you will need to survive an afternoon in the bush and bring a horn if you have one too!
Let me know if you need finer details,
Alex


Is that near Walkabout Creek?
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I just did a quick search. If the Walkabout Creek you are talking about is located in Queensland, then no, this horn honk was nowhere near that.

Irrewillipe is located near Colac, which is a suburb located near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Feel free to pop down if you can travel 1500km.
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Re: Australian Horn Honk

Postby silvercreek » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:34 am

RichardLovesHisS3L wrote:
silvercreek wrote:
OtwayEchoes wrote:G'day blokes,
It's time for the first Aussie horn honk, Saturday October 15 on Tomahawk Creek road, Irrewillipe.
Being number 1 , I know it will be small but it's gotta start somewhere so spread the word!
The location is fairly remote with no facilities available so bring what you will need to survive an afternoon in the bush and bring a horn if you have one too!
Let me know if you need finer details,
Alex


Is that near Walkabout Creek?
.
.
.


I just did a quick search. If the Walkabout Creek you are talking about is located in Queensland, then no, this horn honk was nowhere near that.

Irrewillipe is located near Colac, which is a suburb located near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Feel free to pop down if you can travel 1500km.


I was only kidding. I was referring to the Walkabout Creek in the move Crocodile Dundee.

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Re: Australian Horn Honk

Postby DBO » Sun Nov 12, 2017 6:21 pm

Missed it. Dang.. I haven't been on here in ages. Close too ... (it's only 1924km from me ;) ). Did anyone make it Alex?
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