OFFROAD

Join us this week as we wrap up the season with a visit to yet another of Australia’s most iconic locations, Fraser Island.  Join Rick & Jamie as they show you the largest sand island in the world.  At 123 km long, and 22 km wide, this island has is all, from sun drenched beaches and natural swimming holes inland and on the coast that just boggle the mind, to awesome sand driving and fishing that has adventurous spirits coming from literally all over the world to experience it.  Australians are pretty lucky to have these natural wonders right on the door step, and we challenge you to come out and explore them! as they head over to the iconic Fraser Island. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world with some of the best 4WDing in Australia, not to mention great camping spots and best fishing spots.   Starlo couldn’t forego an opportunity fish the Fraser coast, and Joins the guys on this adventure.

FISHING

With all three of the guys all on Fraser island, the film crew were hard pressed to get them to do anything other than fishing!  Starlo shares with us some of his best tips for light tackle surf fishing that could have you chasing the gutters in no time.  Of course, there is no way Rick and Jamie would be cut out of this action, and they get in on the act as well.  Who has the most luck in the surf? We think the answer will surprise you!  Join us now to check it out.

ADVENTURE

Our very own Miss Adventure braves her fears and heads to the Neptune Islands near Port Lincoln in South Australia to swim with Australia’s most deadly predators the Great White Shark!

A very nervous Caroline was in great hands with all the team from Adventure Bay Charters and she just loved it!

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    FUEL & SUPPLIES

    Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach have supplies before you get on the island. In a pinch Eurong Beach is the best equipped shop on the island

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    TYRE PRESSURES

    Soft beach sand means pressures from 18 PSI or lower are the order of the day on Fraser