21-24 October 2004: National 4x4 Show Melbourne Exhibition Centre, Victoria, .ua.
16-26 October 2004: Sydney International Motor Show.
11-15 October 2004: UAE Desert Challenge (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
15-21 September 2004: Por Las Pampas (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
3-5 September 2004: Goodwood Revival (UK) [www] (beware macromedia -- bandwidth).
7-15 August 2004: Orient Rally (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
15-18 July 2004: Baja Espana (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
25-27 June 2004: Goodwood Festival of Speed [www] (beware macromedia -- bandwidth).
14 June 2004: 15cm of snow in the Victorian Alps .au.
13-14 June 2004: Finke Desert Race, central Australia.
12-13 June 2004:
24-hour race; start and end 4pm.
Pole position, 3m32.838s, Audi R8, #88,
Johnny Herbert (+ Jamie Davies, + Guy Smith).
1-6 June 2004: Rally Moroco (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
25 May - 6 June 2004: British International Motor Show, NEC [www].
16 May 2004: Melbourne petrol prices went over au$1.00/litre because the price of crude all is at a 20+ year high. (The last time this happened the government started to look shaky.)
15-17 May 2004: Blinman Land Rover Jamboree 2004, South Australia -- Land Rover Register of South Australia.
6-9 May 2004: Baja Portugal (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
April 2004: New York International Auto Show, (inc' the Land Rover Discovery SIII).
3-12 April 2004: Rally Tunisie (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
11-14 March 2004: Baja Italian (FIA World Cup Cross-Country).
5-8 March 2004: Port Fairy Folk Festival, Vic., .au, [www].
4-14 March 2004: 74th Geneva Motor Show.
4-7 March 2004: Australian F1 Grand-Prix,
Albert Park, Melbourne, Vic..
18 February 2004: The Diamantina River (7m) has cut the road into
Birdsville as flood waters from Queensland head to South Australia.
The road is expected to be open
17 February 2004: "Once in a 100 years" floods in New Zealand.
6 February 2004: Opening of Brisbane Motor Show.
1 Feb 2004: The 1st passenger train left Adelaide for Darwin, NT, on the line recently extended from Alice Springs to Darwin. The trip takes ~2 days.
18 January 2004: Dakar Rally ends in the Senegalese capital of Dakar
(started 1 Jan).
10-19 January 2004: North American International Auto Show (i.e. the Detroit Motor Show), Cobo Center, Detroit. (Trade 4 Jan...) Landrover showed the supercharged V8 `Range Stormer' concept car with fanciful doors that open up and forward.
1 January 2004: Dakar Rally starts in France (ends 18 Jan) [www].
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