Outback Land Rover Heritage Drive 2018
Outback Land Rover Heritage Drives are an initiative of the Land Rover Club of the ACT. They provide an opportunity for Series Land Rover owners and their friends to enjoy an outback adventure while supporting regional and remote communities. We do this by using their services and raising funds for outback charities.
There have been four Drives so far. In 2010 we explored the NSW Corner Country. In 2012 we traversed the torrid Flinders Ranges and swam up the Birdsville Track. The third Drive, which took place in June 2014, featured the fertile plains, iconic opal lands and hot springs of Central West and Northern New South Wales. And in 2016 we explored the catchment area of one of Australia's most iconic rivers - Cooper Creek.
Charities supported to date include the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the Fred Hollows Foundation, the Tibooburra Health Service, Frontier Services, Mungindi Pony Club, Hospital Auxiliaries of NSW (Collarenebri Branch), Clontarf Foundation (Coonamble), the Carinda P&C, and the Eulo Public School.
And in 2018? Starting out from Rose Isle Station on the Darling River Run on Sunday 3rd June 2018 we're heading off on the Back of Beyond Tour. We’ll combine all the elements of the previous drives in a similar but more relaxed manner as we explore the North West of NSW - west of the Darling to Menindee and the SA border and northwards to Tibooburra. The Tour will conclude in Cobar on 15th June 2018.
We would love to share this special part of Australia with you - so please check out the details of the drive and register your interest.
You could also check out the photos from our past drives.