When we invited people to send in stories about their experiences in the bush, it was not surprising that a number wrote about different types of bush transport. Here is a selection.
What's your story?
Teenager Bill Bellman witnessed a dramatic way to get a bulldozer out of the mud.
Margaret Beumelburg and her friends secretly used a jigger to travel into the forest – until they were scared off.
Elizabeth Ward writes about her father Frank. He was skilled at building bridges for bush trams, and wrote a poem about the life.