QUEENSLAND SPORTING HOVERCRAFT - VIDEO LIBRARY
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Totally Wild
Totally Wild - 2009 - 4:17

In June 2009, Adam Cox and the crew from Totally Wild teamed up with the Queensland Sporting Hovercraft Club for a day on the Logan River to film the adventures of hovercraft in action, and show how gentle a hovercraft is on our fragile environment.

2011 Floods
D’Aguilar Highway flooding - 2011 - 2:54

During January 2011 Peter Venn was part of a team that headed off to Kilcoy and Toogoolawah to help with flood relief on the Stanley and upper Brisbane rivers. This video shows a section of the D’Aguilar Highway flooded by the Stanley River south of Kilcoy.

Great SE
The Great South East - 2011 - 5:30

In January 2011, Sofie Formica and the crew from The Great South East headed to Flying Fish Hovercraft at Caboolture to try out the hovercross track with the Marlin II hovercraft. This is her thoroughly enjoying the experience as she flies across land and water....

Totally Wild
Totally Wild - 2011 - 3:44

In February 2011, Adam Cox and the crew from Totally Wild tried adventure driving in a Marlin II hovercraft at the Flying Fish hovercross track in Caboolture in an attemp to beat the lap time set by Sofie Formica from The Great South East.

Murray
Murray Meandering - 2012 - 3:00

In May 2012, Peter Venn, Arthur Stead, Sam Waugh and John Mendham began a 2400 kilometre cruise up the mighty Murray River, beginning at the river's mouth in South Australia. This is the first of a series of 3 minute videos of the river cruise. More of the river cruise videos can be seen by selecting MURRAY RIVER from the menu on the left.

Totally Wild
Totally Wild - 2013 - 3:00

In January 2013 the Totally Wild crew from Network Ten returned to Redland Bay to film another segment for the show. Peter Venn flew the TP6, still sporting the colours of the Brisbane Heat cricket team and showing off the brand new bright yellow skirt now fitted to his craft, while Arthur Stead cruised in the 20hp Renegade as they carried the crew along the tidal flats of the Logan River for the filming.