When Sue Ryan lost her truckie husband last year, she thought her hay run days were behind her; but thanks to the generosity and support of those around her, she’s continuing his legacy.
If there’s one way to sum up The Gold Nugget Truckstop in Gympie, it’s a good old fashioned roadhouse with old school values.
The Travelling Jackaroo is now well on his way on a 14,500km journey across Australia on his 1957 Chamberlain 9G tractor to raise money for two important charities along the way.
Around 30 truckies have come together to help put smiles on the faces of flood affected farmers in NSW through the Need For Feed Disaster Relief Easter Hay Run.
Stopping over for lunch at Kempton, we were thrilled to meet up with Joel Clements from Legana out the back when he called in, keeping company with fellow truckie Bruce Clifford for a refreshment break.
Heading down the Golden Highway in the small town of Dunedoo, a heritage pub that was built over 100 years ago sits on a street corner.
In the quiet rural town of Kilcoy, in south east Queensland, the Kilcoy Konvoy returned on Saturday 27 March in a day that was its biggest yet.
Truckies turned up in their hundreds on Saturday, March 27, to cruise along the Old Hume Highway, in a stunning display of trucks old and new.
Despite the skies opening up, it did little to taint the success of this year’s Rise Above Cancer Convoy, which raised over $120,000 for a very worthy cause. Read more
Flash back to 1971. The very first Australian made Kenworth, a K125CR, had just rolled off the production line. During that same year, Patrick Soars launched his landscape supplies business ANL, which has gone on to become a leading force in landscaping, building and gardening products and supplies across NSW.