Welcome to Truckietorque.

You are welcome to send photos of your Rig,  prayers or thoughts you have while on the road. I have been trucking for fifteen years now so I know you have a million stories you could share.

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You can see we have heaps of room for you to park your Rig outside the church. Situated on the Newel Highway just over the railway line Gilgandra.


Two drivers take advantage of the Church on the highway..



If you see this magazine in a truckstop or servo, grab it and have a read, take one for a friend. It’s GOOD!

Dubbo Shed Night is for Aussie men to talk about matters of the heart.

The Idea behind Dubbo’s Shed Night is to hold a monthly get together of men from around Dubbo, to share a BBQ together and to listen to men share their stories of their walk through life, the ups and downs and where Jesus has helped them with their struggles. This happens in a non threatening environment where you are just another bloke.


Andrew Baker       0428 564 500 

Mark Bartimote        0411 578 233

You are one of God’s Champions


 We had a great day today with  the “Better Blokes” heading for the camp at Warrambui.  Gave them a bit of lunch and ran by them the logistics of holding “Shed Happens” in the back yard of the church. Ian Watson, the founder of “Shed Happens” is coming back through on Monday with the busload. {BEAUTIFUL new bus with Grace Lutheran College on the side – looks like a palace on wheels!!!)

 We are beginning to see that this will be a real impetus or ‘vehicle’ for our Truckie Mission. Not all the blokes on the bus were truckies of course.

They might not be BIG but they have been LOVED.


6.5 Meters and 90 tonne between Moree and Goondiwindi

3 Responses to “Truckietorque”

  1. John McLean says:

    Hello there! Wonderful to see a website dedicated to truckies!
    Last year my wife and I travelled from Port Macquarie NSW to Perth WA, it was a trip of a lifetime, places we drove through which previously were only names which I came ot know when we owned a truckstop at Gilgandra for over 22 years.
    Eucla, Caiguna, Cocklebiddy, Nullarbor, Nundroo and plenty of others.
    What amazed me was the manners shown both on the road and on the air demonstrated by the truckies, that is once we left Port Augusta in SA!
    B triples are now common, and road trains now starting to sport triaxle dollies, one could count on one hand as to the single trailer configurations that we either passed or had overtaken.
    The eye opener was on a trip to Geraldton in WA, rigs with triaxle drives, and 4 yes 4 trailers running on the public roads with no obvious problems with the local motorists.
    Trip time over was 4 1/2 days and 4 to come back! Roads were amazing!
    Keep up the good work!

  2. Neil Trotter says:

    Hi there. Good to see your website. We will be out on the highway fulltime again in Set/ Oct and heading up the Barrier again.
    Will let you know if we get into your area.
    God Bless your work for our Lord and Saviour.
    Neil & Beryl

  3. Anonymous says:

    I truly appreciate this post. I’ve been looking all over for this! Thank goodness I found it on Bing. You have made my day! Thanks again!

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