Frequently asked questions

What is overlanding?

Overlanding is essentially vehicle based adventure travel. There is no right or wrong way to do it, and no specific vehicle required. More usual than not, the best overland vehicle you have is the one you already own. One of the major emphasis of overlanding though, is the enjoyment of the journey, for the journeys sake. It is the adventures had and stories made while getting from A to B, not just arriving and being done.

Why Australia?

Cause why not?! But let me outline some reasons: 1. Kangaroos 2. Those accents 3. The space, all 2.97 million square miles of it 4. It's still mostly unexplored 5. And again, cause why not?!

Why a Land Rover?

Now I know what you all are thinking...Land Rovers are unreliable, uncomfortable and unreliable. But what vehicle comes to mind when you think of advenure? Well Land Rover of course, specifically those bright yellow Camel Trophy Defenders windshield deep in some river deep in the Amazon. Well those images have helped inspire myself and our team to want a truck that has seen all corners of the world, and no other brand can carry the same bragging rights of being the first truck ever seen by many people across the world. So what we're wanting to do is continue to prove the enduring legacy of the Land Rover and keep the spirit of adventure alive and working to encourage others to adventure into the world.

How can I follow your progress?

You can follow our progress by subscribing to our mailing list, where we will update everyone routinely (and when having connection.....) with our travels and places we've been. You can also follow our Facebook page and Twitter for GPS points and locations as we check in and travel.

How can I help?

There are a number of ways you can help. By purchasing items from our store, you help fuel our adventure and help us keep traveling across the continent. Following our adventures on Instagram and Facebook, and sharing our travels with others helps immensely. Even just messages of support and questions about our mission and expedition helps to encourage us to keep moving forward.