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Old 17-01-2017, 07:56 AM   #31
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Default Re: Noojee backblocks...and a dollop of Baw Baw

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I'm in.
You LOVE that spot, aye?
It's juuust far enough off the grid for that "isolated" feel.
And real pretty!
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Old 17-02-2017, 10:38 PM   #32
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Default Re: Noojee backblocks...and a dollop of Baw Baw

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Now it's all 80 from Yarra Junction to Mt. Baw Baw with a few 60's around the towns.
Quite a few newish-clean-looking signs on shiny metal posts around proclaiming "New Speed limits apply" though...without showing what they are.
now I came along there this afternoon, heading east, and from Powelltown to the end of that road at the T intersection about 3km this side of Noojee I swear there were no speed limit signs at all, and I paid a lot of attention especially after the Ada tree turnoff. When you turn left at the T-intersection and head to Noojee there are immediately new signs saying that it's 80kph all the way from there to Noojee, but the back of that first 80 sign is a 100 sign for traffic heading towards Drouin/Melbourne. And if you turn right immediately into the C425 Yarra Junction road, there are no speed limit signs in the first km or so of that road which indicate that it is an 80 limit.
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