Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) volunteers and Lions Club members operate sites around Victoria on holiday weekends and peak traffic days offering motorists a safe place to stop and refresh.
VICSES volunteers will offer free coffee, tea and snacks at roadside locations over the Easter break to encourage drivers to stop, rest and refresh, in an effort to ensure they can arrive safely at their destination.
In the last 12 months, VICSES volunteers have responded to more than 1300 road rescues across the state.
We would much rather serve you a cup of tea, than cut you out of a car.
Together with our partners, Victoria Police and TAC, we wish you a safe journey.
TOLL Driver Reviver Queen's Birthday Weekend Locations
Stop and refresh with a free cuppa and a biscuit. A 15-minute break can make all the difference.
The TAC will operate its Towards Zero Pit Stop sites at four of the state’s busiest rest stops, complete with free barista coffees, sausage sizzles, prizes and fun family activities. For more information, go to https://www.tac.vic.gov.au/about-the-tac/media-and-events/news-and-events/2018/motorists-urged-to-be-alert-and-aware-this-long-weekend.
Keep a look out for Driver Reviver sites in the following locations over the 2018 Queen's Birthday Weekend:
- Dimboola (TAC Pit Stop site - Friday and Saturday)
- Euroa (TAC Pit Stop site - Friday, Saturday and Monday)
- Marong/Eaglehawk (TAC Pit Stop site - Monday)
- Bacchus Marsh
- Cann River
- Chiltern (TAC Pit Stop site - Monday)
Please note: Driver Reviver sites are staffed by volunteers. Operating dates, times and locations may vary subject to volunteer availability and local emergency response priorities. Check signs on approach.