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The start line is on front gates of Myall Lakes National Park, Mungo Brush Rd. Proceed down the road verge for 2.5km then turn left onto Pipers Creek Trail. 500m down the trail turn right on the Tops to Myall Heritage Trail. Stay on this trail until the 15km mark when you join the Wildflower Walk. This walk ends at Mungo Brush Rd and the 11km water stop. Follow Mungo Brush Rd running on the verge until CP1 Aid Station at the 21km mark. From here head out on Old Gibber Rd then turn right onto Dunshea Fire Trail, then at the end of the trail turn left on to Hawks Nest Seal Rocks Rd. Follow the road for 16km until Yagon Fire Trail where you turn right. At the end of the trail, where it meets Yagon Rd, turn left. Follow the road until the Seal Rocks Rd, here turn left and follow the road down the hill to CP2 at the 48km mark, opposite the holiday park and beside No1 Beach. From here head up over the headland through the rain forest and back on to Seal Rocks Rd. Continue on to Kinka rd and Lighthouse rd all the way to the foot of the lighthouse. Here turn right on to the beach stairs and down on to lighthouse beach. Trace along the beach for 1.8km until the southern end access stairs and proceed through the carpark and back on to Yagon Rd. Follow Yagon Rd until Yagon campground and then take the marked beach track on to Yagon Beach. Stay on the beach for 7km until Fiona Beach. Here follow the markers over the dunes and back on to the road. Stay on the road until a right turn on to Broken Sand Fire Trail. Follow markers back on to the beach and head south until the Dees Corner markers at the 79km mark and CP3. From CP3 stay on Mungo Brush Rd until the Dark Point carpark at the 87km mark. Here follow markers over the dunes and on to the beach. Stay on the beach for 8km until the Michael Rowe Walk where you exit the beach. Follow the walk through the forest to the finish line at Providence Bay Park.

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