1. WEATHER UPDATE: Temperatures in the west have started to drop this week… While it is still quite warm through the day evening temperatures are quite cold. Bring warm sleeping gear and clothes for the evenings
2. CASH: As this is the start of the tourist season, and Trailblazers is a large group, cash withdrawals may be stretched to the limit. Most places take card but for incidentals (and a cool drink at the end of the day) make sure you have some cash with you.
3. CAR REGISTRATION: Now cars do not have rego stickers we will need proof of registration provided to the RACQ team at checkin
Performing at the Tamworth Country Music Festival this year, I mentioned Angel Flight on stage, and the 1000 plus people jammed into the Town Hall erupted with applause and stamping. Such is the good word spreading about this wonderful Angel Flight team of pilots and ‘earth angels’ who give such terrific service to those in the bush down on their luck.
Even better, is the knowledge that the 2015 Trailblazer will see our fundraising efforts, after just five Trailblazers, pass the half million dollar mark. How good is that?
I am looking forward to bringing the guitar out at the Diamantina National Park campfire night as old friends and new get together for a sing-a-long! My Dad, Ray Kernaghan may even join us for a song or two! See you on the 2015 Trailblazer.
Rendezvous in boulder opal country for RACQ scrutineering and registration. Meet fellow ‘Trailblazers’ during a spot of barefoot bowls and night golf.
The flag drops at Baldy Top Lookout and it’s off to Eromanga, Australia’s furthest town from the sea. Enjoy the Eromanga Outback Fair and BBQ lunch. Then venture further west to the Cooper for a special Creekside Civic Welcome to Barcoo country and our ‘getting to know you dinner’. Overnight Windorah.Read More....
TE. Kelvin Grove
Alan Smith. Owner. Outback Aussie Tours
Bruce Wallace. Director of Publicity..Tourism Queensland.
Ian MacGregor, The Men in Black Team, Rockhampton.