The company which produces the Channel Ten series ‘The Offroad Adventure Show’ has made a home for its studio in South Windsor.
Offroad Media Productions produces the show and has spent the last three weeks fitting out their new warehouse in Walker Street, South Windsor.
The new studio has already created 12 new jobs for the area and more are expected as filming continues.
The company gathered the cast and crew of the show at the studio today, as they prepare for their fourth season.
One of the show’s presenters, Rick O’Brien, lives in Quakers Hill and said it was nice to have the show’s headquarters nearby.
“It’s great to have somewhere to base ourselves,” O’Brien said.
“Up until recently Dave (another presenter) and I have been working from very small remote offices. Now we have somewhere where we can build things that are going to not only benefit us but the rest of the community.”
While O’Brien said they have no immediate plans to shoot on location in the Hawkesbury, they do travel to places around Lithgow and Wheeny Creek for some offroad action.
“It’s a great place to base ourselves, its not far to go down to Wheeny creek or up to Lithgow and have a play around in the scrub up there.”
The crew are currently in pre-production for the start of their fourth season, which will begin with a trip to the top end of Queensland.
The Offroad Adventure Show is Australia’s leading offroad outdoor lifestyle media platform.
Their show provides Australians with an entertaining and informative experience, showcasing achievable destinations and experiences in Australia.
Their mission is to provide Australians with an entertaining experience about the offroad and outdoor lifestyle through television, print, social and digital media.
Offroad Media Productions said they will be having an official opening for their South Windsor studio in late April.