And the Lucky Winner Is….

Last week we announced the lucky winner of our ‘Drive to the Top for Hope Street”competition.


A massive Congratulations to Mr. Ross Clasby of Victoria! We hope you enjoy the amazing haul of gear kindly donated by our friends at ARB 4×4 Accessories, Darche, Narva Australia, Yamaha Power Equipment, and Pat Callinan’s 4×4 Adventures  

When we first launched the competition we set a target to generate $5000 in donations to help Hope Street continue giving people the helping hand they need through difficult times. Thanks to your generosity we smashed that target and raised a whopping $7553.37!

We want to thank each and every one of you who entered for your important contribution. Each dollar we collected was donated to HopeStreet Woolloomooloo. The Hope Street team do great work supporting the homeless and underprivileged who are marginalised in inner city Sydney. Many of these individuals are at risk of or experiencing addiction, mental health and legal issues, in addition to having diminished employment opportunities. If you’d like to know more about what Hope Street is doing for inner city Sydney click here.

We’d also like to thank our kind sponsors for donating such excellent prizes for this great competition. Here’s a little more info about each sponsor, and if you’d like to know more head on over to their sites and see what awesome gear they have to offer.


ARB 4×4 Accessories

Founded in 1975 in Melbourne, ARB 4×4 Accessories is now Australia’s largest manufacturer and distributor of aftermarket 4WD accessories. With products including bull bars, protection equipment, Old Man Emu suspension, Air Lockers, roof racks, canopies and recovery equipment, our primary mission is to prepare vehicles for the remote and harsh conditions typically encountered off road.

ARB currently has 45 stores and over a hundred stockists located across Australia, an office in Seattle, USA, and an export network reaching more than a hundred countries.

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Darche products are designed for camping, 4×4 touring, fishing and hunting, and are tried and tested by people who live and breathe these activities.

They use superior quality materials, and constantly develop and refine new materials and technologies to ensure Darche products are leaders in terms of innovation, quality and durability.

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Narva Australia

NARVA are specialists in automotive lighting and electrical products from L.E.D truck and trailer lighting, RV & interior lighting, performance headlamps, ultra tough driving lights, work lamps & emergency lighting; right down to fuses, terminals, switches and halogen globes.

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Yamaha Power Equipment

With over 50 years of worldwide experience, Yamaha continues to set the benchmark when it comes to designing, testing and manufacturing generators. Yamaha confidently supply you with technologically advanced engines and Yamaha generators that are of the highest standards and the performance to match.

All Yamaha power products are distributed through Welling & Crossley and their large distribution network across Australia.

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Pat Calinan’s 4X4 Adventures

Pat Callinan’s 4X4 Adventures takes you to places where only 4WDs can go, and shows you how to get there in your very own 4WD. Hosted by Australia’s ‘Mr 4X4’ Pat Callinan, this inspirational show ventures to Australia’s most incredible 4X4 destinations. Loaded with driving and recovery tips, and accessories to make your journey more safe and more comfortable.

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Thanks again to all who participated and if you’d like to leave us a comment please feel free to do so below!

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Comments 7

  1. seems funny how 99% of winners always end up from NSW or VIC looks like not to many other states enter the competitions.

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        guys i can understand your disappointment, but we use a government approved random draw generate which you can get information on at

        More exciting comps to come! keep all your eyes peeled!


  2. Some people just have to win. There are a lot of people who go in this sort of competition not to win. This was just to help Baptist Care to care for the Homeless that’s all and theirs one winner. I think the winners are the HOMELESS in this case. I’m not working but I put in a tenner to help the Homeless. I really didn’t care if I won or not, as long as my tenner helped the ones who need it.
    I wounder how much they collected.
    As for donations. When I was a Gamer on line, when QLD experiencing a huge Flood. So I thought I could help in a small way. I posted on the forum seeking help, I raised a lot of $$ which I took to the bank and deposited in the QLD appeal. The only thing I got out of it was a headache. I did my bit it’s the Australian way we help.
    Giving a tenner for the Homeless is not a big deal. But Being Homeless is, it shouldn’t happen in Australia in 2018.

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