A few Shots: A Day Out With The Jeep Freedom, a photo essay

Unedited and untouched. Prior to writing the story, this is what a day in a Jeep can be like. From city, to a country house mansion for a light tasty (but $32 for a pie and beer is a bit much) lunch. The Briars played host to our posse before heading down a track. All of this just a hop and a skip from Sydney.Jeep Freedom (5)

ABOVE: The Jeep Freedom on a lonely bush track

BELOW: The Briars Country House Hotel. Have a pie and beer for $32

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BELOW: A bush track in the recently burnt-out NSW Southern Highlands

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The NSW bush regenerating after a fire.

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2 thoughts on “A few Shots: A Day Out With The Jeep Freedom, a photo essay

  1. All 4WDs aren’t so flash on the road. They aren’t flash on fuel and they aren’t the fastest cars on the road but there isn’t a single drive I haven’t enjoyed. I’s a bit of a bouncy castle on that awful bit of Para Rd past the M4 turnoff. Would I buy one? Maybe. If I was in the market I’d probably more likely buy an FJ Cruiser. I’d also stretch to the 4door as the 2 door has zero luggage room with the back seats deployed. There is JUST enough room for an overnight bag.

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