23 Sep 2018
Bridle Track to reopen
Destinations, News, Travel

Bridle Track to reopen 

Paul Toole, the Minister for Lands and Forestry and member for Bathurst, has announced the NSW State Government will support Bathurst Regional Council in reopening the Bridle Track with a $2-million investment. The 19th-century horse and foot track once linked the goldfields of Hill End…

View from halfway up Uluru
News, Travel

Man dies climbing Uluru 

An elderly Japanese tourist has died trying to climb Uluru. The man, aged 76, collapsed on one of the steepest sections of the Uluru climb around 4:00pm yesterday. Park Rangers were first to arrive on the scene, performing CPR until SES crews arrived. Unfortunately without…

News, Travel

Solar Suzukis Cross the Simmo 

Yep, really. Dragging two solar-powered Suzuki Sierras across the Simpson Desert for a Guinness World Record, and some pretty hefty bragging rights. That’s what Alan Johnson from Piranha Off-Road Products, and Mark French, originally from Marks 4WD Adaptors have managed to do. Third time out…

Gear, News, Travel

Canon ‘Pat Packs’ 

If you’re into getting out and experiencing our amazing beaches, bush and outback for yourself, there’s a better than average chance that you’re also into your photography. That’s why we have teamed up with the guys at Canon to bring you these special Pat Packs….