Name Edmund Morries
Vehicle 120 Series (Prado)
Vehicle Age 2003
Vehicle Details GXL Manual
TD Toyota towbar
Accessories ECB Bullbar Warn
XD900 winch with plasma rope Lightforce 240 lights Pirannah dual
battery Waeco 110l fridge GME TX4400 UHF radio Airtec snorkel ARB
compressor Roof radio console
Personal Hiking Photography
Go where caravans cannot
Edmund's well set up 120 Series Prado contrasts the vivid wild
flowers around Arakaba Station in South Australia.
Water near Arakaba Station. Not quite snorkel depth but having
one is great peace of mind. You never know if that hole just in
front of you is deep...or really deep.
Over the rocky tracks that abound in the area around Angorichina in the Flinders.
Fishing in the Coorong.
Goog's Track in South Australia, North of Ceduna. When it
rains, it's fun and spectacular.
Overnight camp on Goog's Track
Out on Goog's Lake. Thrill seekers indeed, as the lake bed can
turn into car swallowing quicksand with no visible difference on
Overnight stop on Goog's Track. Edmund's well set
up Prado certainly looks the goods.
Relaxing by the campfire on Goog's Track. Pity it
wasn't too cold for shorts....
The Prado is in its element on sandy tracks such
as this on Goog's.
A sand flag is a vital piece of equipment on
Australia's sandy tracks. It gives plenty of warning to oncoming
traffic as you crest a sand dune and can avoid potentially fatal
situations - Don't leave home without one - choice of material
Even Prados can make a big splash. Edmund doesn't
muck around on this stretch of standing water on his way home from
The obligatory shot of Edmund's Prado on a rock -
to show off some wheel articulation. Good one Edmund.....
Over rough ground at Mt Samuels.
Prado swallowing ruts on the Vic/SA Border