Season 3 Episode 1
In the first episode of our third season the boys are heading just out of Sydney to the Yengo National Park. This area is full of great driving, amazing views and some great aboriginal cultural sites. But that’s not all, the boys then head for Barrington Tops to follow the trail of Captain Thunderbolt before trying their hand at another form of offloading, downhill mountain bikes.
Also on the show this episode Starlo is fishing in the Wallawerang Dam just out of Lithgow and not only has he got himself a bunch of red fin perch, but there’s even a sneaky and pretty big brown trout.
Rick is taking the family to Port Stephens on the central coast for a weekend of fun, Jamie’s talking batteries and Dave from Australian Offroad Academy is explaining why we drop our tyre pressures when we head offroad.
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Offroad: Barrington Tops NP
The Barrington trail is a great drive or mountain bike, and there are spectacular views, an amazing array of forest habitats and clear mountain air to enjoy. Make sure you load your boot up with all your camping, walking and fishing gear to make the most of your visit to the park.
Family Hotspot: Port Stephens
This week Rick is taking the family up the coast to Port Stephens to experience just some of the amazing things on offer for families in this neck of the woods. They are staying at the Shoal Bay Caravan Park which has amazing views and great sites for caravans, camper trailers and tents. Plus if you want to book a ...
Fishing: Central Western Freshwater
Light, sensitive spinning (threadline) tackle is perfect for this sort of freshwater fishing. Starlo chooses Shimano Anarchy, Zodias and Jungle StiX rods Lightweight 1000-size reels are perfect! Shimano are the leaders in this field and we use their mid-range Rarenium, Stradic and Navi models While you can use monofilament main lines, Starlo loves his fine, strong braid. In this episode, ...