It’s that time of year again when we pull on our Blunnies and Bluey, strap in the Esky full of Bundy and head north for the Deni Ute Muster.
This year marks a decade since the inaugural Muster kicked off the celebration of Australia’s favourite vehicle and the annual pilgrimage is always a highlight on the CarAdvice calendar.
The event which last year saw 6,235 Utes attend will feature notable country music entertainers, children’s entertainment, country apparel, the RAAF Roulettes, the Yamaha FMX Stunt Team, Ute accessory stalls, competitions, food, plenty of bars and the unveiling of Stewart Appleby’s M5 Ute.
Flying the flag for the Blue Oval this time round CarAdvice’s very shmick FPV FG Falcon F6 Ute is polished and ready to go. The six-stacker is loaded with Lee Kernigan, our swags are in the back and the akubras are firmly donned, ready for a big two days of music, rum and circle work.
If you’re able to join us, the Muster is on from October 3-4 with more information and directions to be found at www.deniutemuster.com.au As accommodation is already at a premium, it’s advisable to pack your swag and camp out on the plains. If you spot the Ute by all means come over and say hi, we’ll look forward to seeing you there.