Driver Reviver Volunteers Turning Ordinary Rest Stops into a Must Stop

Posted on: Tuesday, 26 September 2017 at 12:00:00 AM

With many Driver Reviver’s operating in the lead up to and during the Queen’s Birthday long weekend this month, drivers are being encouraged to pop in for a free cup of tea or coffee, a bickie and some good old fashioned conversation.

Driver Reviver is a community initiative operated nationally by volunteers which aims to reduce fatigue relates crashes by providing travellers with a friendly place to stop and take a break.
Did you know?
During the 2016-17 financial year, 21 known Driver Reviver sites ran for a total of 189 hours, over 32 days, with 159 volunteers serving 2311 travellers.

Why not be part of this great initiative and encourage your family, friends and networks to stop at one of the operating sites during their September long weekend travels?

Driver Reviver Calendar





Pannawonica Access Road turnoff on North West Coastal Highway, 10kms north of Mesa A Mine Site.


Most weekends


Ruabon Road Parking Bay, Bussell Hwy, South of Ruabon Road, South of Capel.


22 September 

1:00pm to 10:00pm

Parking bay on Albany Hwy near northern entrance to Cranbrook. 63km from Kojonup, 95km from Albany and 4km from Cranbrook townsite.


22 September 

4:00pm to midnight

Williams Lions Park, 160kms South East of Perth, Albany Hwy. 


22 September
23 September 
25 September 

11:00am to 5.00pm
9:00am to 1:00pm
11:00am to 5:00pm

Indian Ocean Drive, 1km North of the City of Wanneroo boundary, Gingin.

Wanneroo / Gingin

25 September 


White Wells Rest Area, Great Northern Highway, 47kms north of Wubin.






Pictured above: Travellers visit the Carnarvon Driver Reviver (top) and Williams Driver Reviver (bottom) operations.

For more information or for up-to-date location details, visit the RoadWise website

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