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Donald – Then and Now
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Thursday, 27 January 2011
651a_sm After years of drought and dust affected events, heavy rain and flood waters are now wreaking havoc to many parts of the country, with off road tracks suffering from damaged access routes to substantial water inundation.

Two events were cancelled towards the end of 2010, most notably the final round of the Australian Off Road Championship, the Albins Off Road Gear Goondiwindi 400. So far for 2011, three events have been cancelled due to flood related issues.

The Donald 400 was scheduled for 2nd-3rd April and is one such event. The Donald track runs around Lake Buloke, which has now completely filled and over-flowed to levels not seen since the 1970’s.

As can be seen from these dramatic before and after pictures, what was a baron race track in 2008 is now an inland sea. To put it in perspective, these pictures were taken on the track where it goes along one side of the levee bank and back down the other side near Woolshed Road. The track then dropped into a dry dam at the end of the levee.

651b_sm Adam Campbell of Donald said that only the last half of the section along the railway track was out of water. The lake presently covers an area well in excess of 30,000 acres and, at this stage, the river is still flowing. It is not known where the level will finish.

The Donald 400 event organisers had gone all out this year, securing the Royal Australian Air Force's Aerobatic team, 'The Roulettes', to show off their skill in the skies over Donald on the event weekend.