IMAGES: STINSON WRECK SITE AND WESTRAYS GRAVE
This walk takes you to the location and remaining fuselage of the Stinson Airliner crash that occurred in February 1937.
This amazing survival and rescue story started when the plane carring 2 pilots and 5 passengers disappeared en route from Brisbane to Sydney. Most believed that the plane crashed out to sea off Sydney, however after reading news reports, Bernard O’Reilly was certain it crashed somewhere in Lamington National Park. Bernard set off to search for the missing plane and before too long, came across 2 relieved survivors who were in a desperate state.
The story of the discovery of this plane crash and the rescue of the survivors is a genuine epic and is to be retraced on this gorgeous walk amongst ancient rainforests and steep rocky escarpments.
Cost: $150 per person (Includes a full expedition food pack per person, all ropes required, all first aid equipment, and public liability
Requirement for group numbers: 3 - 10 people, or minimum 3 person tariff.
Start Time: Early morning
Duration of Activity: All day (8-14hrs)
Meeting Place: the Office
What to bring: 3 litres of water, hat, sunscreen, any medication, warm clothes/raincoat, a small day pack and wear comfortable closed-in shoes.
Fitness Requirement: This is a full day expedition which requires a high fitness level and the ability to carry a daypack with equipment and own personal gear.
CALL US TO EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST ON JOINING THE NEXT EXPEDITION IN 2017 FOR THE 80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STINSON WRECK.
ph: 5544 3233