For those who have been following me for a while, you have probably noticed from time to time my knees aren’t the best. No use …Continue Reading
Jamie meets up with John Grove, a local historian buff. John has spent 25 years researching the ruins of Fort Bribie.Continue Reading
Join Jamie as Kerry takes him on a journey to the traditional bush tucker grounds of the Gubbi Gubbi/Kabi Kabi people. Kerry cooks up a meal and talks about the history behind the traditional grinding stones in Rocky Creek.Continue Reading
Join Jamie and Mark as they tear up the race track, explore the national parks and do a night run through some of the Sunshine Coast hinterlands.Continue Reading
Mark and I help out PJ clean up the aftermath of the cyclone and then we get to explore some of the old mines in the area.
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Dick Eussen, an old bushy from way back takes me out in the Daintree to wet a line and have a yarn.
PJ lives above china camp on the Creb Track and has been in contact to ask for a little help after a cyclone came through. Join Jamie as he explores PJ’s little piece of heaven, hidden away on Cape York.
Grab a coffee and settle in for a break, join Jamie as he has a yarn around the campfire listening to the stories and people behind some of the great products from the 4WD, Camping and 4WD industry.Continue Reading
The Last ten years I’ve made do with some pretty excellent camping gear, but nothing has matched the new Canter setup.Continue Reading
Yidaki is the Aboriginal word for didgeridoo amongst the Yolngu people in north-eastern Arnhem Land. Yidaki is the local word as described to me by …Continue Reading
Dhopiya is an elder of the Gurruwiwi family, raised in Yolngu country, and currently lives at Wallaby beach. She was generous enough to run me through some traditional bush healing techniques.Continue Reading