If you’re feeling bogged

Or you’re trying to pull out a mate who’s stuck in the mud, we can get you connected with the right help.
This is what we are on about — The Article

Who We Are

Are you bogged mate? is all about helping country blokes talk about mental health and suicide while spreading awareness about depression in the bush.

Depression in the bush is a lot like getting bogged in the mud. It might have been just a sticky patch of the road or paddock where the vehicle stopped moving, maybe you needed low range or to winch yourself out. But what happens when you get properly bogged? When it’s down to the running boards, sitting on the chassis, you are not getting out of this one easily – that’s the kind of bogged we mean.

Country blokes are facing challenges like never before but it doesn’t mean you need to get stuck in the mud. There are plenty places to go to get a tow and it takes guts to admit you’re bogged. We’re making sure you’re connected with the right hands to pull you out.

Get involved — help us un-bog some folks

 

Meet some of our Ambassadors

Duncan Armstrong

Olympic Gold Medalist

Craig Zonca

ABC Radio Brisbane Presenter

Bogged Blog

We're gathering some great yarns to share, watch this space

14 Jun 2018

Are you bogged mate?

I spend a lot of time raising awareness about spray drift but recent events have compelled me to talk about something that disturbs me even more than...

The Story Continues

Bog Bogged Gallery

Need a good laugh? Check out the muddy situations these blokes managed to get themselves in!

Photograph by Adam Dellwo NSW
Photograph by Martin Colbert VIC
Photograph by Airlie Kelly NSW
Photograph by Duncan Hill NSW
Photograph by Tristan Baldock SA
Photograph by Andrew Sargent SA
Photograph by Gavin Dal Broi NSW
Photograph by Ryan Milgate VIC
Photograph by Andrew Hearne VIC
Photograph by Ryan Milgate VIC
Photograph by Brett Shearwood NSW