DRIVER REVIVER: Sue and Ken Morgan offer respite for travellers passing through New Italy, south of Woodburn.
DRIVER REVIVER: Sue and Ken Morgan offer respite for travellers passing through New Italy, south of Woodburn. Jay Cronan

Revive drivers and your interest

WOULD you like to meet people from all parts of Australia?

Talk to backpackers about their experiences exploring our great country?

Reminisce about places you have seen with international travellers?

Driver Reviver New Italy is always looking for people who can help out by manning our stall for three-hour shifts.

We open during the school holidays and public holidays, and provide tea, coffee, water, cordial and biscuits - all donated by Bushells and Norco - to the travelling public.

You get to meet some wonderful, interesting people and help to keep our roads safer.

Many overseas visitors have commented enthusiastically on the service provided by Driver Reviver in Australia.

The rosters for the Easter break and the April school holidays are being created.

If you can help during these times please contact Sam or Margaret Robinson on 0266832288.

Those people who have already put their names down for these periods are asked to ring Sam or Margaret to confirm dates and times.



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