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
2014 Event Supplementary Regulations
It is a condition of entering Safari that all competitors have read and understood the Supplementary Regulations. The 2014 Supplementary Regulations are now available for download from here. Any changes to the Supp Regs will be announced in bulletins which will be published on the Safari website.
The Pre-Event Guide has been updated!
The Pre-Event Guide (Edition 2) is designed to help assist competitors and service and support crews with logistics and planning for the 2014 Australasian Safari, along with answering a few queries about the event.
Conditions of Entry
It is important that you read and understand the Conditions of Entry before you enter the 2014 event.
2014 Australasian Safari route amendmentDate: 03-Jul-2014
The 2014 Australasian Safari organisers would like to advise the event route has changed. Due to the very recent rejection of competition land use approvals for the Pilbara section of the event, the Leg 4 bivouac will no longer be situated in Onslow.
The last one – Australasian Safari 2014Date: 25-Jun-2014
After seven years in Western Australia, it’s with a heavy heart that we wish to advise the 2014 Australasian Safari will be the last one held in Western Australia.