SEASON 4 EPISODE 1 – THE OVERLANDERS WAY

This week in the first episode of Season 4 Ricko is joined by James Blundell and his good mate Macca as they travel along the famous Overlanders Way to Julia Creek for the Dirt and Dust Festival. Along the way they meet some great personalities and explore what the Queensland Outback has to offer the adventurer. 

Also on the show this week Caroline is back with our first Family Hotspot Segment of the season, the new revamped segment sees us working with Aussie Charities to give some deserving families a bit of a break from their daily struggles. This week the team are heading to North Stradbroke Island. 

Also this week Starlo is out catching fish once again and he’s onto some crackers! Ben’s back with a Chilli recipe sent in by a lucky winner and the rest of the team are back with Photo Tips, Offroad Advice and heaps more! 

Sunday November 5th at 12 Midday! Tune in on Channel 10 right around Australia. 

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SEASON 4 EPISODE 1 – FAMILY HOTSPOT




The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) is the lead combat agency for bush fires in NSW. For over 100 years we have been a significant part of the history and landscape of NSW. Working closely with other agencies we respond to a range of emergencies including structure fires, motor vehicle accidents and storms that occur within rural fire districts.
The NSW RFS is widely acknowledged as the largest volunteer fire service in the world. Members of the NSW RFS are trained to very high levels of competence to ensure they know what to do in an emergency.
The Service aims to reduce the likelihood and consequence of fires occurring. This involves comprehensive risk management programs to reduce bush fire hazards, reduce fire ignitions and the development of regulations for bush fire prone areas.

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About the NSW Rural Fire Service

The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) is the world’s largest volunteer fire service. Our members provide fire and emergency services to approximately 95 percent of NSW. NSW RFS members attend a range of incidents and activities:
Bush and grass fires
House and structure fires
Storm damage
Search and rescue
Motor vehicle accidents
Community education
Bush fire mitigation.
The responsibilities of the NSW RFS are set out under the Rural Fires Act 1997.

Our vision and mission

To provide a world standard of excellence in the provision of a community-based fire and emergency service. To protect the community and our environment we will minimise the impact of fire and other emergencies by providing the highest standards of training, community education, prevention and operational capability.
Our values
Mutual respect
Adaptability and resourcefulness
One team, many players, one purpose
Integrity and trust
Support, friendship, camaraderie
Community and environment
Knowledge and learning.