Wandering Warriors’ foot-slogging cares for the carers of ex-comrades in arms

IN 2013 they walked 1600km in 33 days from Brisbane to Birdsville, braving sub-zero mornings in Gatton, Oakey and Dalby and 40-plus degree days beyond Windorah, raising more than $120,000. This year members of the Australian Special Air Service (SAS) Association charity, the Wandering Warriors, will tackle the 1300km Brisbane-to-Canberra mega-challenge. Read more...

Warriors wander in

A group of former SAS soldiers passed through Guyra last Thursday as part of a 1300-kilometre charity walk from Brisbane to Canberra to raise money for fallen or injured comrades and their families. Read more...

Remembering a mate

On Friday the well-loved SAS sergeant who died in action in Afghanistan on October 25, 2007, was honoured by one-time colleagues, who are now members of the Wandering Warriors, a fundraising initiative of the Australian SAS Association. Read more...

Ex-SAS troops take the town by storm

The Wandering Warriors were a hit with their audience at the Glen Innes and District Services Club on Wednesday night as a number of speakers regaled their eager listeners with stories and anecdotes from their adventures as part of Australian Defence Force’s Special Air Service (SAS). Read more...

Wandering Warriors set to pound the New England Highway

Glen Innes Severn Council’s tourism and events manager Peter Teschner caught up with Wander Warriors engagement officers Graham Brammer, Craig Leggett and Dennis Mitchell as they did the reconnoitre for a fundraising stroll from Brisbane to Canberra. Read more...