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Want to join the Big Red Bash Amarok convoy?

In case you missed the news, this year’s Big Red Bash has sold out. That’s right folks, it’s SOLD OUT!

But don’t reach for the tissues and Celine Dion CD just yet…

We have secured a money-can’t-buy opportunity for four lucky VW Amarok owners and their families to join us on a trip to The Big Red Bash.

With VW being the major vehicle sponsor of the Big Red Bash, we’ll be leading a convoy of Amaroks from Sydney to Birdsville, where we’ll join thousands of others in the outback for the concert of a lifetime.

To be eligible, you’ll need to be driving an Amarok and be prepared to join our convoy as we wind our way through three states towards Birdsville and The Big Red Bash.

 

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We’ll be leaving from Sydney around the 28th June and will be leading the convoy of Amaroks through north-western NSW to Bourke. From there, we’ll travel up and over the Queensland border to Hungerford, back into New South Wales via Tibooburra and Cameron Corner (where three states meet). From Cameron Corner we’ll head through the South Australian outback to Innamincka, back into Queensland to the Burke & Wills Dig Tree and finally, on towards Birdsville.

 

You’ll have to put up with a couple of the MR4X4 crew for a few days, be prepared to smile while we take your photo, and maybe even answer a few questions along the way.

So, if you want to join us in the outback and you own an Amarok, put your hand up for an experience of a lifetime.

 

Submit your entries to email us here by answering the following questions:

  1. In 25 words (or thereabouts) why would you like to be selected as a winner of the Big Red Bash family pass giveaway?
  2. Do you have any remote travel experience?
  3. How many in your family (Up to 2 adults and 3 kids)?
  4. Which Amarok model do you own?
  5. Where would you be likely to join our convoy – Sydney, Dubbo, Bourke, Hungerford, Tibooburra or Innamincka?

Four winners will be selected next week, so good luck folks!

 

 

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  • Was just wondering about what happens after the Big Red Bash, are you intending going West on the QAA and then doing the Hay River Track. We are planning going Batton Hill to Birdsville via the Hay River Track, K1 line, then through the corner still heading south on the K1 and out on the Warburton.

    Will be expecting a convoy of Amoroks attacking us from the South. It would be good to meet up with some duelling Tritons.

    Good luck guys

    Denis

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