Welcome to the 2014 Australasian Safari.

"We set out to create Leg 1 and 2 with some trepidation as we really did not know what to expect.  All four of us in the Survey Team are extremely pleased with the outcome.  Our hope is that potential competitors make the decision to have a go at our 2014 event.  We all feel that it is shaping up to be one of those truly Classic Safari’s." - Andy Van Kann, course survey.

We are excited to present the 2014 Australasian Safari. This year the course will feature some of the most stunning and challenging terrain that Western Australia has to offer. The last Safari will be certainly one for the history books.

The bivouac locations for this year:

20th September    -    Geraldton

21st September    -    Murchison

22nd September    -    Gascoyne Junction

23rd September    -    Gascoyne Junction

24th September    -    Exmouth

25th September    -    Exmouth

26th September    -    Carnarvon

27th September    -    Kalbarri


Entry Lists now released!

Provisional Entry List ADVT

Provisional Entry List Auto

Provisional Entry List Moto

Provisional Entry List Quad

Provisional Entry List SxS and Safari Challenge

Bulletin One

Please download and read Bulletin One, which outlines important changes to the supplementary regulations. Download here.  Please also download and view the bulletin attachments: the 5KM checkpoint and fuel distances.


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A classic Safari course for competitors on Leg Two

Date: 23-Sep-2014
Australasian Safari competitors described Leg Two from Murchison Settlement to Gascoyne Junction as tough but spectacular. Competitors experienced a variety of terrain such as fast flowing mill runs, red dunes, narrow tracks, rocky river crossings and claypans. Quad competitor John Maragozidis described today’s course as “a classic Safari course, full of technical parts.”



Safari Leg One commences with testing outback terrain

Date: 22-Sep-2014
Australasian Safari competitors had the true outback experience on Leg One, with the stages taking them into some spectacular station land, where they experienced river crossings, ruts, red dirt, and dust storms. It was a tough, tiring day for most competitors, with flat tyres and electrical issues the reoccurring theme throughout the bivouac.



Competitors shakedown at Glengarry

Date: 20-Sep-2014
It was a sandy, flowing 10.86km course around the historic Glengarry Station that gave the Australasian Safari competitors their first taste of this year’s event.



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