Isuzu UTE are proud to partner with a diverse range of impactful ambassadors – all of which live the ‘Go Your Own Way’ message. Each of our partners have a unique and empowering story to tell.

Royal Flying Doctor Service

Isuzu UTE Australia has announced a long-term national partnership with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS). This major national partnership will assist the RFDS in delivering better health outcomes to Australians living beyond the reach of mainstream medical services, through financial support and the provision of a fleet of Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X vehicles.

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Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) is proud to partner with the A-Leagues, the representative body of professional football in Australia that comprises men's, women's, youth and e-sports competitions. Over the course of the three-year partnership, IUA will be the Naming Rights Partner of the A-Leagues' men’s competition and will be supporting the A-Leagues to bring football to all Australians with a fleet of vehicles across the A-Leagues, the Clubs and Players. Together, the A-Leagues and IUA look to inspire everyone to play and go their own way, on and off the pitch—driving the values of adventure, reliability and performance shared by football fans across the country.

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Surf Life Saving Australia

In 2021, Isuzu UTE Australia took safety to a whole new level by partnering with Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) as a Major Partner and their Official Automotive Supplier. IUA’s commitment to this iconic Australian-body will see the Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X's support the 174,000 volunteer members and 315 clubs nationwide. Revered as the largest volunteer movement of its kind in the world, this 114 year-old, not-for-profit organisation are known to perform over 10,000 rescues annually—all part of their commitment to keeping our beaches safe.

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The Daniel Morcombe Foundation Inc was established in 2005 as a result of the extraordinary community support shown to the Morcombe family following the abduction and suspected murder of 13 year old Daniel Morcombe on the Sunshine Coast, December 2003.

The Foundation’s motto is “Protection, Safety and Opportunity for our children,” which is enforced by Bruce and Denise Morcombe’s commitment to training and education of school age children.

Bruce and Denise Morcombe’s ‘My Isuzu Story’ recounts how they are committed to continuing to drive their safety message—driving thousands of kilometres each year in their Daniel Morcombe Foundation-branded Isuzu D-MAX—visiting schools to spread their message of child safety.

Isuzu UTE is proud to partner with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation by providing a vehicle that allows Bruce and Denise to deliver presentations to schools across Queensland, implementing the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety curriculum developed in conjunction with the Department of Education, Training and Employment.

For more information on the Daniel Morcombe Foundation or to make a donation please click here.

Indigenous Literacy Foundation

Established in 2011, the Indigenous Literacy Foundation’s (ILF) purpose is to invest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities to provide the tools and resources they need to shape the direction of their children’s literacy future.

As a Community-led charity, ILF responds to requests from remote Communities for culturally relevant books, including early learning board books, resources, and programs to support Communities to create and publish their stories in languages of their choice.

To date, they have gifted over half a million books to over 400 communities (featuring at least 40% by Indigenous authors and illustrators), published 143 books reflecting 26 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, and supported 83 remote playgroups with early literacy books and learning resources.

Isuzu UTE Australia is proud to be supporting ILF with an Isuzu D-MAX 4x4 – offering on-the-ground support to navigate remote areas in the Northern Territory to deliver these vital literacy programs and learning resources.   

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For the better half of the past decade, Isuzu UTE has proudly partnered with Nick Duigan and Andrew Hart, hosts of the popular television fishing show, Hook, Line and Sinker.

Revered as one of Australia's favourite fishing shows, over the years Hook, Line and Sinker has travelled nationwide, towing their impressive fishing boats to some of Australia's most renowned fishing destinations with their trusted Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X.

Catch the episodes of all the boating and fishing action on 7Mate and through on their Facebook page.


Having been a staple of Channel 7’s Saturday afternoon programming for over 20 Years, Creek to Coast has always strived to bring its audiences the best of all things boating, camping, fishing, four-wheel driving, caravanning and just all round outdoor fun and adventure.

Isuzu UTE Australia are proud to travel with Creek to Coast to explore some of the most beautiful, scenic and encapsulating sights this country has to offer—with a passion for sharing stories, inspiring fellow Aussies to ‘Go Their Own Way’ and continue to undertake unforgettable adventures.

To stay up to date on all of the latest Creek to Coast adventures, visit their website below.

Chris Parsons

If you have seen Isuzu UTE Australia’s launch video of the third-generation Isuzu D-MAX, there is a fair chance you would recognise the work of Australian TV personality, Chris Parsons. After becoming a household name on Australian television screens on shows like WEEKENDER on Channel 7, Chris has since become an ambassador for IUA—advocating the ‘Go Your Own Way’ lifestyle alongside his family.

A proud driver of an Isuzu D-MAX LS-M, Chris and his family are very much accustomed to the adventurous lifestyle, sharing their stories and encouraging others to do the same.


Ahead of the second-generation Isuzu MU-X Launch, Isuzu UTE Australia teamed up with renowned Australian TV personality, Liz Cantor, to help bring the ‘Extraordinary’ exhibition to life. First making waves in Australia as a professional surfer, Liz’s TV career took off shortly after—when she made a name for herself on reality television before finding her home on Channel Seven presenting the weather for 7 News and on popular lifestyle shows, Creek to Coast and WEEKENDER, among other things.

Outside of work, Liz has a knack for living the ‘Go Your Own Way’ lifestyle—actively engaging her passions in surfing, horse riding and snow skiing. Now that she is behind the wheel of an Isuzu MU-X LS-T, those adventures will not be slowing any time soon—taking full advantage of the MU-X’s uncompromised capabilities to accompany her and her family on weekend escapades.

Learn more about Liz Cantor by visiting her website using the link below.


Since 2016, Isuzu UTE Australia have partnered with the Blackwater International Coal Centre (BICC), home to the Australian Coal Museum and Mine Tours, located in Central Queensland. Established in 2003, the not-for-profit business has been built on serving the coal industry and local Blackwater Community—providing a self-sustaining tourism and educational facility that would become an iconic landmark.

Isuzu UTE Australia are proud to provide BICC with an MU-X, enabling the not-for-profit to support the local community.

To find out more, visit their website with the link below.