We are proud to announce our partnership with Girls Day Out 4WD Edition.
Noticing the gap in the community for a platform that helps women navigate their way through four-wheel driving, Cassandra Carson started the ‘Girls Day Out 4WD Edition.’ An experienced four-wheel driver herself, she wanted to create a safe, judgement free community that not only educates women, but provides them a space to be curious in a comfortable setting.
Cassandra often saw women in the 4WD circles wanting to learn, get out and explore. However, they were sometimes faced with unhelpful responses to their questions. The pursuit to help women with their journey was the motivation behind creating the Girls Day Out 4WD Edition.
As part of various events that will be conducted, women can learn a variety of different skills that will help them with four-wheel-driving through hands-on workshops and opportunities to ask questions without any stigma involved. These workshops cater to any level of experience and will be held at locations across Australia. Most importantly while it is a learning environment, there lies a big emphasis in security and focusing on specific issues women four-wheel drivers need answers to. Even if you’re not able to make it to events in person, there are plans to expand into video sessions to teach these skills online.