The 2020 and 2021 event saw us raise over $135,000 for Queensland farmers in need, donated to our charity partner, Drought Angels

This year we’re aiming to contribute another $100,000!

August 26 to September 3 2022!


  1. Calliope

  2. Duaringa

  3. Clermont

  4. Muttaburra

  5. Kynuna

  6. Cloncurry

  7. Boulia

  8. Winton

  9. Longreach

Our Goal: $100,000


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8 nights, 18 towns, nearly 3,000 kilometres – this August a convoy of classic 40 series LandCruisers will be seen driving together in support of drought-stricken Queensland communities.
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Do you have a question that we haven’t answered in our FAQs? Or do you want to know more information about a particular part of the event? Either way, you can contact us at any time.
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If you’ve ended up here then you’ve probably got an interest in our event. To help you better understand our cause and the trip we have some frequently asked questions answered here.
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Our Participants

We are so excited to welcome the Long Drive for Drought back to the Western Downs this year and to showcase our quality lifestyle and the people that make our region so special. We are so proud to have a fantastic organisation like Drought Angels based in our region, and this event will go a long way to support their vital work across Queensland. Hear more from Paul here.

Cr Paul McVeigh
Mayor Western Downs Regional Council

The last decade, has been unprecedented in terms of adversity, wild market fluctuation, 8 and up to 10 years of the most severe drought on record punctuated by “super cell” rain events and then….Covid – 19!

Cr Andrew Martin
Mayor Blackall Tambo Regional Council

From The Blog

Creek to Coast – featuring Long Drive For Drought

Long Drive For Drought featured on Creek to Coast on Sunday 3 July 2022. We thank Creek to Coast for helping raise awarness of our plight touring through the outback,…
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Telstra keeps us connected while on the road

For the second year in a row, Telstra is supporting the Long Drive For Drought through Outback Queensland. Telstra has long been a champion of regional Australia. They’re once again…
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The journey through drought country – heading where it counts

44.9% of Queensland is in drought and despite the recent welcome rain many communities and families are struggling. Just like the 40 Series Toyota LandCruiser, these communities are tough and…
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Understanding the true impact

Find out how your donations are changing the lives of drought affected Queenslanders


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