Tassie Truckin': Andrew Hindrum

"WHEN I am not out on the road, my wife and I run Waterfall Touring where we take folk out to visit some of the amazing and sometimes remote waterfalls, our business is called Waterfalls of Tasmania.

"We do have a website where you can look us up! Happily it does take up a lot of our time off, and I am also a collector of model cars,” Andrew Hindrum, from Launceston, told us the other day.

He was driving a TasFresh 2015 Hino 500 1426 fridge pan and was on his way back to the Launceston depot after drops at Prospect, Campbelltown, Ross, Swansea and Bicheno, and he had dropped in to Epping for a refreshment.

"I have been here doing this run for two years now, mainly the Central and Eastern run, but also Tasmania wide, and I am really enjoying the job, and the outfit and the truck which is ideal for the run.

"Mostly I just do the city and suburbs, but I am standing in for a bloke who has the day off today.”

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