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Personal experience of 4WD training
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Personal experience of 4WD training

Great story see why driving a 4WD in the bush is fun and listen to a very frank account of training.  Dulcie explains her 4WD experience, watch video no explanation needed. This is a great story about a long time Darwin person, listen to her realistic point of view and watch video. You might laugh and feel…

Welding Courses in Indigenous Communities
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Welding Courses in Indigenous Communities

Artistic or Practical BBQ made from tractor parts, Massey Ferguson front grill & rimAir tank made into gas BBQ with lid, 100% recycled.   First task fix the sledgehammer,  welded a new handle on and steel grinded to remove rust.  Most remote towns have allot of steel and old car parts that can be used…

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Welding courses that make BBQs for the bush

Welding courses where the students make bush BBQs that can be used for open fires.  Very useful in the bush.  Mig welding and manual arc welding courses in remote parts of the NT. These courses are great for bush people that use BBQs over fires for cooking.    Train Safe NT can travel to remote Indigenous…

Amazing Sunsets in the Top End
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Amazing Sunsets in the Top End

Video of sunset hits ABC News, great storySunrise, 3 November 2020 Northern Suburbs DarwinSunset, Rapid Creek October 2021WW2 Jeep found in the bushClouds over Elcho beach February 2020, hot and humid.  Ian van Munster running training.Storm approaching November Rapid Creek 2019Storm brewing over Rapid…

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Training at Timber Creek

Training in Timber CreekWhat a week’s Training Timber Creek was! I arrived in Timber Creek Late afternoon after a 6-hour drive from Darwin. The first thing I did was meet up with the NLC manager. He is a top bloke he took me straight to my accommodation for the week and told me a bit about town, he also…