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2022 Perth 4WD and Adventure Show

Overland Zone

Overland Travel Zone

The Perth 4WD and Adventure Show is catering to overlanders with the new EGON Long Distance Overlanding Zone which is part of the Club 4×4 Adventure Hub.

Travelers can visit the Club 4×4 Adventure Hub to get expert information, speak to those who are living the overland life, see their vehicles, and take away all the inspiration they need for their next overland adventure.

Speak to well-known traveller Andrew St Pierre White, see his vehicle and listen to his experiences overlanding through Africa. Andrew St Pierre White is one of the world’s best-known 4×4 writers, consultants, commentators and adventure-travel filmmakers. His youtube channel 4xOverland has more than 262,000 subscribers and is the world’s oldest and still favourite global adventure motoring channel.

Learn about electrical set-ups in overlanding vehicles with Heiner from Klarmann Automotive Solutions and Perth Pro Auto Electric Parts. Hearfrom Jan and Rob from Pro Camp Solutions who will be at the Show to present talks on storage solutions for overlanding vehicles.

More details to come.

Overlanding is a term that describes offroad remote travel for a long period of time. Overlanding requires the vehicle to be set-up for living, with ability to drive and set up camp anywhere, to cook, clean, sleep and exist completely self-sufficiently off the grid for an extended period of time.

Overlanding differs from mainstream camping. While it is a great escape to take the family on a weekend camping trip and roast marshmallows over the campfire, this doesn’t qualify as overlanding even if you are remote camping. The real-deal means taking yourself off-grid and venturing into the truly unknown, sometimes giving up your job and your house and ordinary day-to-day life and travelling for weeks, months or indefinitely.

True overlanders will spend their life savings and more on setting up their vehicle for touring and will continually be upgrading their gear as they figure out what works and what doesn’t, and what their needs truly are when they are travelling and camping. They will network with other overlanding travellers and share stories, ask questions and check out their vehicle set-ups, and get their tips to help them on their own journeys.