This will be the 7th Drover’s Run 4WD Outback Adventure fundraising for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service. Once again we are taking our entrants to some of the most iconic destinations in Outback Australia.
It’s all starts on Friday 6th August 2021 when we meet at the fantastic Copi Hollow Caravan Park at Menindee, NSW for a catch-up dinner before heading off the next morning. Over the next 16 days we are going to cover around 5,500kms as we head through South Australia, into the Territory and Central Australia, and then east into Queensland before arriving back in Tamworth on Sunday 22nd August.
Even though we'll travel a lot of kilometres we have tried to give you as much time as we can for you to enjoy the incredible places we'll visit. It’s not a race, it’s about having fun, getting to know and experience the Outback, and meet and support the wonderful people of Outback Australia.
The Drover’s Run continues to grow in popularity and when planning the routes, stop-overs, and places to visit enroute, a great deal of attention is given to making the adventure something that you would not get to experience if you weren’t part of this incredible fundraiser.
There are very limited numbers for this once in a lifetime experience so now is the time to register and start planning for the 2021 Drover’s Run Outback Adventure.
2021 Drover's Run Sponsors
2021 Drover’s Run 4WD Adventure Itinerary
Route subject to minor change once mapping has been finalised
6th August, Friday
Pre event get-together at the Copi Hollow Caravan Park, Menindee NSW from 5.00pm
7th August, Saturday
Breakfast and briefing before departing for Jamestown SA
8th August, Sunday
Jamestown to Kingoonya
9th August, Monday
Kingoonya to Coober Pedy
10th August, Tuesday
Coober Pedy to Mt Dare
11-12th August, Wednesday and Thursday
Mt Dare to Ayers Rock Resort (2 nights)
13th August, Friday
Ayers Rock Resort to Kings Canyon Resort
14-15th August, Saturday and Sunday
Kings Canyon Resort to Alice Springs (2 nights)
16th August, Monday
Alice Springs to Gemtree
17th August, Tuesday
Gemtree to Tobermorey Station
18th August, Wednesday
Tobermorey tation to Boulia
19th August, Thursday
Boulia to Windorah
20th August, Friday
Windorah to Cunnamulla
21st August, Saturday
Cunamulla to Pallamallawa
22nd August, Sunday
Pallamallawa to Tamworth
5,500kms over the sixteen days, some truly spectacular scenery, and great people, the 2021 Drover’s Run 4WD Outback Adventure will draw to a close and we will have raised a substantial amount of money for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service allowing us to continue to save lives responding 24-7 when needed.