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Australia’s number-one outdoor adventurer says G’day USA

jase outdoor adventurer JASE Andrews, host of Australia’s number-one four-wheel-drive, outdoor and adventure show All 4 Adventure is set to attend the prestigious G’day USA program in Los Angeles on January 26.

Representing Australia’s wild side, Jase has been recognised for his outstanding contribution to the Australian media landscape. Now entering its 16th year, G’Day USA is Australia’s renowned public and economic diplomacy program promoting the best of Australian ideas, invention and talent to audiences across the US – and who better than Aussie outback guru Jase Andrews?

For the first time ever, Jase will be swapping croc-infested rivers, bush tucker cooking and wild 4WDing for the glamorous red carpet at the 2019 G’day USA Black Tie Gala Dinner, joining the likes of Margot Robbie, Chris Hemsworth and Hugh Jackman.

“It’s an amazing opportunity to be a part of such a renowned event where Australia and Australians are celebrated on an international stage,” Jase said. “I fell head over heels for this land in my 20s and this love story has led me to host the number-one outdoor show on Aussie TV. I pinch myself every day and for me to represent Australia’s wild side in the US is a dream come true. Rubbing shoulders with a few stars on the red carpet won’t be too bad either!”

In 2018, Jase’s successful TV show All 4 Adventure hit 10 years on the air, which is a testament to the raw and unhinged nature of the show that keeps audiences wanting more.

Season 10, ‘A Decade Of Dirt’ marked the best and most challenging season ever for Jase, with near-death experiences, unforgiving terrains and, of course, mad 4WDing. For season 11, Jase promises his fans “more action, exciting discoveries and nail-biting encounters”.

For more information on All 4 Adventure, visit all4adventure.com

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