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Australian 4x4 Driver Training - Course & Tag Along Tour Dates 


1 driver 1 day - $325.00  1 driver 2 days - $425.00 
2 drivers 2 days in same vehicle $545.00 
No extra charge spouse/partner,etc and children welcome
1 on 1 training for 1 day $625.00
(Your day, the trainer and you, subject to availability)


Mid Week Training
September 5th - 1 day drive & recover course
September 5th & 6th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
September 9th - 1 day drive & recover course
September 9th & 10th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
September 16th - 1 day drive & recover course
September 16th & 17th - 2 day drive & recover course

Tag Along Tour - Never Never, Hay River, Simpson Desert and Outback
September 23rd to October 6th (14 days)
This trip is something really special, travel through the North Simpson Desert for 3 days where there and no tracks and where very few people or vehicles will ever have the chance to travel. A fantastic trip that also visits several Outback destinations along the way. On this trip we also go to Poeppel Corner and travel the QAA Line to Big Red and Birdsville.

Mid Week Training
October 10th - 1 day drive & recover course
October 10th & 11th - 2 day drive & recover course

Mid Week Training
October 24th - 1 day drive & recover course
October 24th & 25th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
October 28th - 1 day drive & recover course
October 28th & 29th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
November 4th - 1 day drive & recover course
November 4th & 5th - 2 day drive & recover course

Mid Week Training
November 8th - 1 day drive & recover course
November 8th & 9th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
November 11th - 1 day drive & recover course
November 11th & 12th - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
November 18th - 1 day drive & recover course
November 18th & 19th - 2 day drive & recover course

Mid Week Training
Nocvember 21st - 1 day drive & recover course
Novembere 21st & 22nd - 2 day drive & recover course

Weekend Training
November 25th - 1 day drive & recover course
November 25th & 26th - 2 day drive & recover course

Mid Week Training
December 5th - 1 day drive & recover course
December 5th & 6th - 2 day drive & recover course

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Accommodation suggestions in the area

Royal Hotel, Wallerawang (also known as The Top Pub) Quiet country pub atmosphere, almost new cabins completely self contained and very comfortable, rooms inside the hotel reasonably priced but older style and not en-suite, good menu for evening meals. Cabins have on-suite shower, toilet and hand basin, all cabins complete with TV, microwave, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery. Off street parking right next to your cabin. BBQ area. Bookings essential Phone (02) 6355 7023

Commercial Hotel, Wallerawang Very noisy most Saturday nights and some week nights, not far from the training area from $40.00 per person per night. Spacious renovated rooms, tastefully done but not en-suite, one communial bathroom for all rooms, off street parking. Restaurant menu with variety at reasonable prices.  Children welcome and family rooms with bunk beds. No breakfast but bakery in town that opens at 6am and does good egg and bacon rolls and so on. Booking essential (02) 6355 1089

The Zig Zag Motel and the Parkside Motor Innl in Lithgow both are well run and both seam to be reasonable places to stay at in town with good rooms and meals available. Booking for the Zig Zag on (02) 6352 2477 and the Parkside on (02) 6351 2871

Hampton Halfway Hotel at Hampton about 20km from the training area. A great historic and friendly country pub with a good atmosphere and with a complete renovation having been tastefully done in recent months. All rooms are en-suite with most of them completely renovated, a few rooms have been left in the older style offering budget accommodation. All rooms have a balcony attached with views across the valley. Meals are good and affordable. Bookings essential on (02) 6359 3302 open daily from 8.30am, I normally stay at the Hampron during training courses.

Colonial Motor Inn
at Marrangaroo, between our training area and Lithgow, Affordable Prices is how they describe themselves. Has recently changed hands and there have been recent issues with the restaurant not being available for evening meals, or booked out, breakfast also doesn't appear to be available anymore, without any close by alternatives for either evening meal or breakfast, clean rooms with free wi-fi. Phone (02) 6352 1655 to make a booking.

Camping
- Situated on the shores of the picturesque Lake Lyell there is a clean, very well run and managed caravan and camping site which is about 10 minutes away from the training area. It is a very popular destination so I suggest you book sooner rather than later. Their phone number is (02) 6355 6547

There is a wide selection of other accomodation in the Lithgow and surrounding area from budget accommodation at the Lithgow Valley Motel, phone (02) 6351
2334, to the best of the pick probably being the Bowen Motor Inn, phone (02) 6352 5111.

Offering good value, is the Zig Zag Motel with clean rooms and restaurant facilities, situated on the outskirts of Lithgow. Phone (02) 6352 2477

Hampton Hotel - About half an hours drive from Lithgow and the training area, a good, clean country pub with good food and friendly staff, if that sort of thing appeals to you. The Hampton has recently changed hands and the new owners have done some extensive renovations to the main bar / dining room area, which is very nice. Whilst
evening meals are available 7 nights a week, with specials on most week day nights, breakfast is sometimes an issue. The rooms are on suite and have been tastfully renovated and  are clean and comfortable. Their phone number is (02) 6359 3302.

Rydal Pub, also known as the Hotel Alexander, - NOT recommended - relatively cheap with meals available. If you intend taking your wife or female partner then there are probably better options available elsewhere. Rooms not on suite but with communal unisex toilets and showers down the passage, these can get congested. You are likely to have interupted sleep from train noise at night as the hotel is next to the main railway line to the west and several trains pass through, plus there is a level crossing adjacent to the hotel. Some rooms above the bar which can be noisy at times, particularly if the jukebox is being played. Book after 4 pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and after 12 midday Saturday and Sunday. The hotel is closed outside of the above hours. The phone number is (02) 6355 6208

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