Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club members share news on their most recent trip to a music and camping festival.
KickAss Gear has been designed for the caravan, 4WD and camping community.
The man behind the brand, Klaeton Sheehan, had a dream of combining his passion for music and the outdoors to put on the first KickAss Music and Camping Festival recently.
Based at the Kenilworth Homestead, members of the Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club decided to have a social trip to attend the event and be a part of what looks like becoming a regular event.
The festival had a mix of activities to keep the young and old entertained.
Pig races, where the crowd bid on a piglet to hopefully win some cash back, with some of the proceeds being donated to various charities amused the gathering.
Kids were catered for with Jumping Castles, Face Painting, Ball games and other activities to keep them occupied.
Fire twirlers and stilt walkers added to the carnival feel.
All products were available to check out and purchase, with some great deals available for your camping and touring needs.
A passion for the outdoors also saw the unveiling of the newest promotional tool, the Wingless Sprint Car being revealed.
An impressive bit of kit in the company colours.
Huge fire pits kept the diehards warm, with the rain only adding to the event.
Some say it’s not a music festival if it doesn’t rain at some stage.
With ponchos on the revellers were entertained by a number of bands over the two day experience.
Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows put on a show on Friday night, with Ross Wilson and the Peaceniks finishing off the festival on Saturday night.
For a first time festival it had all you could want in the idyllic outdoor setting.
Plans are already under way for the next bigger and better event, and members of the club will be back to support the efforts.
To find out more on the Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club and activities we have on, contact us via email or on our website here, or on Facebook or Instagram.
Bundaberg Four Wheel Drive Club Inc
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