TOUR PHOTOS

2024

The 2024 Frontline Safari was an amazing event. Our best yet. The weeks leading up to the tour bore witness to just over 200mm's of rain, fall throughout the Channel Country and Diamantina resulting in widespread flash flooding and long periods of high water levels across regional dry lakes and rivers/creeks. Lake Eyre was 70% full and overwhelmed with sea bird life, of which you would not, normally see living in an inland desert. 2024 had a much smaller rider and driver group, this provided the group with more options with regards to sight seeing and flexibility with start and finish times. We had two more international riders in attendance during the 2024 tour. This totals 6 international riders, in total, who have attended the Frontline Safari since its inception. It was a great event. The sand was absolutely outstanding, firm and moist with night time temperatures around the low teens and daytime temperatures remaining around the low twenties. This cold period did not lower the fly population, sadly. We were lucky enough to have the amazing hosts of the "Imposter Podcast" attend this year, driving their venerable Mitsubishi Delica van, which, turned a lot of avid 4x4 heads in the desert. Benji from Daring to Venture Motorcycle Tours also returned to support us with his trusty 6x6, ex army landrover. Author and Army veteran Rod Henderson attended, driving his 200 series Landcruiser and as always, Leigh from Traverse Magazine was in attendance, documenting the trip for the next issue of Traverse Magazine.  
Tour PhotoS

2023

The 2023 Frontline Safari was another challenging event. The months leading up to the tour event saw just over 600mm's of rain fall throughout the region over a seven week period, resulting in widespread flash flooding and long periods of high water levels across regional dry lakes and rivers/creeks, this resulted in long term road closures and significant road and infrastructure damage across the region. Eyre Creek had the highest water levels in years which did not subside until early July 2023. This meant, for the first time ever the 2023 Frontline Safari would be a loop starting and finishing in Mount Dare via Marree. With best laid plans set in place we attempted to conduct the French Line, Norther Colson Track, Madigan Loop from the North back into Mount Dare. The first day punching north along the Colson provided the event managers a quick and easy decision to cancel the norther route plans, regroup and head back to Mount Dare via the southern Colson track, Rig Road and French Line due to excessive growth and terrible track conditions slowing support vehicles. We had a lot of fun. Hopefully less water prior to the 2024 event. Thanks to Leigh Wilkins from Traverse Magazine (once again) for many of the great photos.
Tour Photos

2022

The 2022 Frontline Safari was a challenging one. The weeks leading up to the tour event saw just over 300mm's of rain fall throughout the Channel Country and Diamantina resulting in widespread flash flooding and long periods of high water levels across regional dry lakes and rivers/creeks, this resulted in long term road closures and significant road and infrastructure damage across the region. The Oodnadatta Track, The Simpson Desert tracks and the Birdsville track were all re-opened just days prior to the start of the 2022 tour event. The 2022 Frontline Safari attendees were treated to a full Lake Eyre, flowing streams and creeks and a very green and colorful Simpson Desert. All attendees crossed the Simpson Desert successfully without issue.  
TOUR VIDEOS

2024

The following Youtube Videos and content were produced and shared by Frontline Safari and various attendees following the 2024 tour event.
TOUR VIDEOS

2023

The following Youtube Videos and content were produced and shared by Frontline Safari and various attendees following the 2023 tour event.
TOUR VIDEOS

2022

The following Youtube Videos and content were produced and shared by Frontline Safari and various attendees following the 2022 tour event.
Tour Videos

2019

After a two year pause due to boarder closures following COVID-19. The following Youtube Videos and content were produced and shared by Frontline Safari and various attendees following the 2019 tour event.