Horizon 10yr Bash

HORIZON CAMPERS 10 YEAR BASH Images courtesy of Rod Stuart Horizon Campers is a business that always put its customers and their experiences first. Owners Jason and Mel offer customers a unique buying experience by combining Hire and Sales exclusively of Track Trailer products. Based in Townsville, on the doorstep of the once in a…

The Dirt Off Road Campers Joins Track Family

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE DIRT OFF-ROAD CAMPERS (SA) ARE NOW A PART OF THE TRACK FAMILY Mike and Anita Pavey at The Dirt Off Road Campers are experienced campers, explorers, radio personalities and lifestyle journalists. Track and The Dirt Off Road Campers have a long-standing association which stretches back more than a…

Hit the off road again!

Hit the off road again! For many good reasons, it’s time to explore Australia for the first time – or again.By Michael Browning State by state, region by region, road by off-road, Australia is awakening from its enforced Coronavirus travel slumber. There is no universal advice yet, but it’s fairly safe to say that by…

TRACK Acquires Trakmaster & Pioneer

WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT TRAKMASTER & PIONEER ARE NOW A PART OF THE TRACK FAMILY Gerard Waldron (director TRACK) and Wayne Gason (MD Gason industries) jointly announced today that Track has acquired the long-standing Australian brands. This deal, which will see these brands stay on our shores has been in negotiation since early…

Topaz One, Two, T4

Off Grid Vanning: Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves! Author: Natasha Zosko The plan was to see Australia first, then see the world while sharing our love of what Australia offers. So how is it, that thirty-five years later, two unlikely retired women in their sixties are still waiting to see the world and are…

THE WRAP UP

NOW: THE WASHUP Sooooooo…. We’ve done it! Twenty-eight months ago David turned 60 and we left our four bedroom, two bathroom, six car garage home and set out on the Emu Track in our Pajero and Tvan. We knew we’d need two years to see the places on our list but we hadn’t made it…

TASMANIA’S NORTH COAST

NOW: TASMANIA’S NORTH COAST Cape Grim is a huge beef producing area in the northwest corner of Tasmania. We actually bought some superb Cape Grim beef from the butcher in Nhulunbuy in Arnhem Land last year! A pretty north facing beach near Grim Point is at Green Point which we visited on our way to…

TASMANIA’S NORTH WEST

NOW: TASMANIA’S NORTH WEST It didn’t rain but everything was soaking wet from the dew when we packed up at Macquarie Heads and headed to the old mining town of Zeehan then on to Rosebery which still has a working gold mine. Our Rosebery stop was so that we could walk into Montezuma Falls, Tasmania’s…

SOUTH WEST TASMANIA

NOW: SOUTH WEST TASMANIA The bare, craggy hills of Queenstown were in sharp contrast to the forest of the southern wilderness. Mining has denuded the hills surrounding Queenstown but as we heard on our Queenstown walking tour local efforts are seeing the vegetation slowing climbing back. Strahan was in complete contrast to Queenstown with a…

THE CENTRAL WILDERNESS

NOW: THE CENTRAL WILDERNESS Driving north we passed fields of trellised hops and vineyards covering the rolling hills. The food and wine industry meets the traveller on every bend and there were lots of bends! So of course there were lots of different things to try. Mount Field National Park is the closest national park…