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JASON ANDREWS - ALL 4 ADVENTURE
Jason Andrews is one-half of the dynamic duo of modern-day adventurers who take on rugged expeditions into some of the remotest corners and wildest frontiers of Australia in their TV show All 4 Adventure. Using 4WDs, ATVs and boats, the boys venture deep into uncharted areas and face all sorts of logistical challenges, relying on their ingenuity, experience and a good measure of humour to reach their destination.
PAT CALLINAN - 4x4 ADVENTURES
Pat Callinan ventures to places you can only access with a 4WD and takes a camera crew with him to produce his program 4X4 Adventures and magazine. 4x4 Adventures is a family oriented touring show interested in eco-sensible travel. Inspiring, informative and beautifully filmed and edited. Catch up with Pat and have a chat about his latest travels!
John Rooth, or “Roothy”, is the most recognised face of 4WDing in Australia. With almost a million kilometres under his belt, Roothy has driven to the far reaches of the country. From south-west WA to Tasmania; Roothy’s seen it all - along with his beloved iconic 45 Series LandCruiser “Milo”.
Allan Gray is a character in the world of Australian 4WDriving. He became a bit of a celebrity in the 4WD community in recent years, after the introduction of the ‘Ask Allan’ DVD segment. Having worked with Toyota LandCruisers ever since they were first brought into Australia Allan’s wealth of knowledge and encyclopaedic mind for 4WDrives hasn’t gone unrecognised!
RICK O'BRIEN and JAMIE HAZELDEN
Don’t miss catching up with Rick and Jamie from the Offroad Adventure Show! Rick O'Brien is certainly no stranger to the outdoor and off road community. With almost a decade’s worth of experience in the offroad aftermarket industry, Rick has an intimate knowledge of what consumers want, and how they go about getting it. Jamie is the man behind the popular Sunshine coast 4WD 12v outlet JTS, named after Jamie himself. When he isnt behind the wheel of his trusty Defender 110 Jamie is helping other 4WDers set up their vehicles so they can get out there themselves.