Show favourites from Outback Truckers – Steve Graham, Sludge and Yogi – will be at the WA Mack Muster and Truck Show this weekend.
Reality TV show favourite, Outback Truckers has won the Most Popular Factual Program award at the TV Blackbox Awards.
A heroic outback road train driver who saved the life of a man in trouble in blistering heat has been formally recognised, with the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) naming him a Bridgestone Bandag Highway Guardian.
Those who’ve watched Outback Truckers would recognise Steve Grahame, often covered in dust and dirt, as he delivers building supplies and all sorts of essentials to some of the most remote communities in Australia.
Continuing to grow in popularity, both locally and around the world, Outback Truckers is about to celebrate its 100th episode.
Season 9 of Outback Truckers will hit screens tomorrow, with the popular series set to celebrate its 100th episode later this month.
When New Zealand born Dennis Dent arrived at Mareeba in north Queensland back in 1967 he owned just an old beat up Valiant car and had a meagre $200 to his name.
Popular television show Outback Truckers is on the hunt for trucking talent for its upcoming season – and if you think you’ve got what it takes, they want to hear from you.