Chris Collard pushes on with his trial to cover dirt-only tracks to Canada and finds himself on the trail of early pioneers who had no choice but to make their own route
How hard could it be to use only the dirt between the borders of Mexico and Canada? That dirt being the USA!
The tough trek into Walcott Inlet is the best wilderness trip in the whole of the Kimberley. Who says? Ron and Viv Moon do!
This wide land abounds with off-road jewels, from the Simpson Desert to Cape York.
When they talk of the Top End, they often forget about the topmost end of them all, NT’s Cobourg Peninsula.
The Savannah Way through the Gulf of Carpentaria is an epic adventure through remote areas in the footsteps of ill-fated explorers Burke and Wills.
Any time of year is perfect for a dip at Dalhousie.
All the hi-tech equipment available to today’s explorers doesn’t make it any easier forging new paths in the outback!
Persistence paid off for Steve Riley at last. Peter Whitaker reports from the action-packed 2008 Australasian Safari for 4X4 Australia.