Vol 3 – North West NSW

DualSport Australia presents easy-to-use software designed to get you on the trail of adventure.

This disc contains well-researched plans, maps, GPS data and turn-by-turn instructions that will lead you on a ride to discover the granite roads and rolling hills and pastures of northwest NSW with confidence and pleasure. Google Maps links and ready-to-print route sheets are also included.

Joining Volume 2 – Central NSW at Barraba, and then heading north through Inverell and Stanthorpe to Killarney in Queensland, this third instalment of the DualSport Australia includes great riding in the New England, Northern Tablelands and Border Ranges of NSW. The iconic Condamine River Road forms part of this NSW panorama.

This third disc also joins Volume 1 – The Great Divide at Urbenville and Willawarrin to make available a cornucopia of adventure-riding loops covering thousands of kilometres.

Get away and enjoy the undulating granite backroads of northwest NSW.

It’s time to live the dream and ride.

PC Software – Compatible with Microsoft Windows 10™, Microsoft Windows 8™, Windows 7™, Windows XP™ and  Windows Vista™. Internet and Adobe Reader Required for some features.

Shipping within Australia is $5
For overseas shipping enquires email dualsportaustralia@gmail.com

Vol 3 - North West NSW
Vol 3 - North West NSW
Shipping address is collected through Pay Pal, $5 shipping fee within Australia
$29.95

4 Comments

  1. Hi folks,
    the three volumes look good to get.
    Q. #1 — Is the postage $5 x 3 when you buy the three volumes at the same time?
    Q. #2 — The only computer I have at home with a CD/DVD drive is a Mac. I see the comments in the page re Volume One are from 2016. Has there been progress made for Mac heads since then (eg, stuff put in a flash drive that would give what is needed?)
    thanks
    … Chris

    • Hi Chris,
      Postage is set for each volume at $5.00 discs are express shipped and arrive quickly.
      Regarding the Mac compatibility, short answer is they are not compatible. Long answer below.
      All 3 discs can be opened on Mac in a Finder window only viewing raw files. The autorun program doesn’t work which is aimed at guiding you through the disc files however all files are viewable in a Finder window. PDF files contain information, stories and route sheets. GPS files are also stored on the disc in folders. Links to Google maps copies of the rides are inside that autorun and therefore won’t be visible on Mac, however a document can be emailed after purchase with all the missing links that are inside the autorun program. It’s not perfect but we have had a few Mac customers use the discs this way. Hope this helps

  2. Hi
    I see the comments above concerning Mac users, have you had any progress or likelyhood your CD’s will be able to run on a Mac?
    Cheers Ian

    • All 3 discs can be opened on Mac in a Finder window only viewing raw files. The autorun program doesn’t work which is aimed at guiding you through the disc files however all files are viewable in a Finder window. PDF files contain information, stories and route sheets. GPS files are also stored on the disc in folders. Links to Google maps copies of the rides are inside that autorun and therefore won’t be visible on Mac, however, a document can be emailed after purchase with all the missing links that are inside the autorun program. It’s not perfect but we have had a few Mac customers use the discs this way. Hope this helps.
      We never did redo for Mac, it just turned out to be too costly for something that is just a hobby.

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