Day for the Newbies - Bush Driving
Meeting Point: approx 80 - 100kms from Perth CBD (allow approx 1.5 - 2hrs travel time)
Duration of trip- approx 7.5 hrs (8.30am - 4pm)
(This does not include travel to and from meeting point)
(Full meeting details given once booking is made)
This one is for all the newbies out there. Whether you are brand new to 4wding, need a bit more confidence hitting the tracks or even just purchased a new 4wd and want to see what it can do. This one is for you.
Once we head into the bush we will be exploring the tracks and learning what you, and your car can do.
The tracks can be challenging at times but nothing we haven't put newbies through in the past.
We will go through a few basics like tyre pressures, different recovery gear and the dos & donts on different terrain. Where the lowest points and highest points of your vehicle are before heading off.
Great way to try out your skills in a controlled area. So come along and have a go.
We will provide you with lunch (sausage sizzle) and tea or coffee. If you don't eat sausages you will need to BYO lunch.
Things you will need:
Bring your morning tea, drinks and a chair. If you do not eat beef sausages please bring anything you would like to put on the bbq.
If you have any recovery gear bring it along. We have a full recovery kit for use on the day but always good to see what others have and show you ways to use it. Tyre deflator & compressor. Closed in shoes, hat and sunscreen. Appropriate clothing for the days weather.
Be sure to bring your camera as there should be some great photo opportunities.
Kids are welcome, but dogs are not allowed in the area.
Rates: $195 per vehicle (based on 2 people)
(*$250 per car as of 1st January 2021)
Each car receives a goodie bag from Get Lost Tours.
Plus any photos from the days adventures will be sent once we return to Perth.
For bookings & information
No Alcohol is to be consumed during the days driving.
Children are always welcome.
NO PETS as we will be in a National Park.
All vehicles must be licensed, roadworthy and have front & rear recovery points. You should also have full insurance and good remote recovery cover. At least one spare tyre, two are always a good option as well if you can carry them.
If you need advice or explanation of any of the above please phone/email us.