Join Rick & Jamie this week as they are exploring some of the vast region that makes up the iconic Victorian High Country.  There’s a reason they call it the high country, but it would be just as aptly named had someone decided to christen it “the steep country.”  With some of the steepest climbs and descents, as well as some stunning river crossings in the mix, it is no wonder the Victorian High Country enjoys that legendary status reserved for only the best of Australia’s iconic 4WD locations.  The guys are following the Wonnongatta drive track, and Jamie’s also towing the EzyTrail ‘Buckland’ camper behind the Landy.  Towing can prove quite challenging in a region like this, join us to see how the boys fare.


Fishing is just as good as a solo expedition as it is in a social setting, and Starlo is joined this week by ‘Pittwater Pete’, the local Pittwater Guru, and of course our very own Ricko, who never misses an opportunity to get out and cast a line. This week, the team is jigging for squid, a regular past time for Hawkesbury River fishermen. Times, technology have changed over the years, join Starlo and the guys as they take you through some of the best ways to ensure there’s fresh calamari landing on your plate.


For all you thrill seekers out there, Caroline’s adventure this week will get your adrenaline pumping! Jet packing on the Gold Coast is calling your name! Jet Pack Adventures will have you flying like a super hero in no time!

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    Dargo is a great spot to refuel and stock up.

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    Traction is king in these parts, at low speeds and on steep terrain, 22 PSI is a good starting point