The Queensland Caravan Camping and Touring Super Show was held at the RNA Showgrounds earlier this month and saw QPS officers and volunteers from North Brisbane District Crime Prevention attend to help promote the “Stay on Track Outback” project.
The ‘Stay on Track Outback’ road safety project is a problem–oriented partnership initiative that provides visitors to the outback with important road safety tips and useful travel information when driving on outback highways and roads.
Information was handed out to members of the public who were looking to purchase a caravan or who were already a proud caravan owner. The booklets contained information on how to stay safe when driving.
Some of the points highlighted to road users included ensuring their vehicles were well maintained, stocked and that BOTH drivers were skilled enough to handle the conditions.
It was a great week with lots of people passing on their gratitude for the work done by police officers all over the state.
If you are seeking information relating to the “Stay on Track Outback” program simply visit www.stayontrackoutback.qld.gov.au.