The Frontline Safari is an ADF veteran run adventure motorcycle tour taking place annually in the heartland of central Australia. The event starts and finishes in Marree, South Australia. Each year our Australian military veterans use their survival expertise, bush skills and superb military mission planning skills to help support 40 + paying adventure motorcycle riders cross the Simpson Desert, the worlds biggest parallel sand dune desert with over 1100 sand dunes.
Established in 2018 by two Australian Army veterans, the Frontline Safari is the most affordable Simpson Desert motorcycle and four wheel drive tour available to date. The Frontline Safari is the largest and most successful Simpson Desert tour available to the Australian public. No other tour operator in Australia has the skills, know-how and capacity to manage 40+ motorcycle riders and 20+ four wheel drives across the Simpson Desert.
The event is a stress-free adventure ride, crossing the Simpson Desert with support vehicles in tow supporting, feeding and fueling all attendees. The Frontline Safari is not a race. The tour event takes place to help raise vital funds for veteran charities and small business. Each attendee will have the opportunity to chat with combat veterans, listen to stories and learn vital bush skills, aboriginal culture and notable history from the region, all whilst crossing the Simpson Desert, "stress free". The event is affordable for all to attend, we make little to no profit, all of our attendees fundraise via the Solider On fundraising profile site. This is where most a majority of our fundraising comes from.
The Frontline Safari is an affordable, easily accessed motorcycle and four wheel drive Simpson Desert tour, it relies heavily on event attendees fundraising prior to and during the event via the official Soldier On fundraising profiles. Frontline Safari do not collect and manage fundraised money on behalf of Soldier On. Frontline Safari has formal approval to fundraise from Soldier On Australia. All fundraising is done through official Soldier On Australia web based fundraising profiles. All profits for the event are donated to Soldier On Australia. All external support staff, service providers and businesses engaged to supply Frontline Safari are veteran owned and managed small businesses. Nearly all operational funds go back into Australian veteran owned small businesses.
All of Frontline Safari's support drivers, sweep riders are ADF veterans.
The Frontline Safari tour manager/event founders are all graduates of Australia's toughest military survival course. "The ADF combat survival course", along with advanced medical and search and rescue expertise and training conducted within various search and rescue/EMS organisations, the Frontline Safari management team are well trained and equipped to support people operating in austere environments. Event attendees are in safe hands.
All people from all walks of life and riding/driving abilities are welcome to attend and fundraise on the Frontline Safari, this event is not exclusively for military veterans.