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Beeripmo

Postby high wind » Thu 02 Jan, 2020 3:34 pm

Hello. I was wondering if anyone has done the Beeripmo loop in the last few weeks? How busy were the campsites and is there water at the sites/in the creeks? Thanks!
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Re: Beeripmo

Postby Joynz » Sun 05 Jan, 2020 11:02 pm

If Beeripmo is getting the rain that Melbourne has been getting all day today, then the water tank at the Beeripmo bush campground is likely to have some water in it.
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Re: Beeripmo

Postby nezumi » Mon 06 Jan, 2020 9:18 am

Joynz wrote:If Beeripmo is getting the rain that Melbourne has been getting all day today, then the water tank at the Beeripmo bush campground is likely to have some water in it.


If this is the case, you probably want to make sure that you take a particulate filter along with you. I don't know about the atmospheric conditions around Beeripmo, but the rain near Melbourne has been laden with ash from the NSW fires.
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Re: Beeripmo

Postby Eremophila » Mon 06 Jan, 2020 9:14 pm

You can try phoning DELWP in Ballarat re water tank levels - the number is listed on this information sheet:

https://www.ffm.vic.gov.au/__data/asset ... o_Walk.pdf

Campsites are likely to be busy until school holidays end, although the weather and fire risk may have kept some away. And the bush campground will be less busy.
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Re: Beeripmo

Postby bmak » Wed 08 Jan, 2020 11:46 pm

There has been no rain around here but the tank is still likely to have some water in it. Just don’t rely on it.

It won’t be very busy.


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Re: Beeripmo

Postby high wind » Thu 09 Jan, 2020 10:47 am

Thanks all! Put it off last weekend but hoping to go this weekend.
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