Food & Water
4WD Driving Skills & Rules
Prospecting for Gold
Portable Toilets and Dump Points
Travelling with Babies 0 - 12 Months
Icebox Coolers & Eskys
Snake Bite Treatment
Care for the Environment
Quarantine Regulations & Checkpoints
Innovative Ideas & Gear for Camping
4WD vehicles are designed to drive through obstacles that conventional (2WD) vehicles would not be able to overcome. Many places in the Australian bush are not negotiable without a 4WD however simply
Body Mass Index (BMI) is based on height and weight, it applies to men and women between the ages of 18 and 65. BMI can be used to indicate if you are overweight, obese, underweight or normal.
This article covers essential considerations for buying a tent such as types of tents, fabric, waterproofing, pests and other practical considerations to ensure you get the right tent for your next
Whether it's cooking a stir fry on a gas powered fry-pan or brewing up a hot stew in a camp oven over hot coals - this article will provide you with some great outback cooking tips.
One of the most obvious camping equipment purchases we all make and hope will be our last – is the table. You could be excused for thinking that this purchase is rather straightforward but in reality,
In this article we list and describe the diverse range of lights available today and the options you might consider before embarking on your camping trip.
How much thought have you given to how you can minimise the impact you and your family make upon the environment when you head off on a trip?
This article unravels the basic fundamentals of digital photography. Whether you are contemplating buying your first digital camera or if you are struggling to understand some of the terminology
This article provides the facts on why driver fatigue causes accidents, tips for how you can recognise the signs of driver fatigue, and advice for how to use power-naps to help reduce driver fatigue.
Some drivers put unrealistic expectations on the daily distances they plan to travel, however this can lead to driving tired and putting yourself and others on the road at great risk.
A lot of new four wheel drivers have instantly recognised the need for the acquisition of new skills in the use of their four wheel drive.
First Aid is what you can do to assist an injured person at the scene using only what is available under the prevailing circumstances.
Success with flash photography is sometimes a bit of a hit and miss affair but with a little bit of knowledge you can improve your flash photography skills instantly.
One of the most important considerations when planning an outback trip is the selection of foods to take and the amount needed to keep everyone healthy and happy.
This is probably the hottest topic in the camping industry right now. Seems everyone has an opinion but not everyone has all the facts - nor the answers. In this article,
This article highlights the finer aspects of house sitting for travellers, with practical tips and advice for both parties in the equation - those who wish to hire a sitter,
Upgrading from an esky cooler to a heavier, better insulated icebox is a good starting point, but how you manage your cold stuff is critical to the longevity of keeping the ice from melting for as
There is no end to the range of camping equipment you will see available in camping stores, but it's not all necessary. In this article we'll highlight a few nifty items that are worth taking and
Many of today's digital SLR cameras come with a telephoto lens suitable for the majority of everyday situations. However, once you become more adept as a photographer,
One thing you soon realise as you travel the more remote roads around and through Australia, is that if there is an emergency, you're more or less on your own.
Driving on Australia's lonely long roads, it is important to take frequent stops to avoid driver fatigue. Fortunately, most major roads have a system of P-bays but not all rest areas offer the same
Want to improve your photographic skills? Then master your understanding of the basic principles - Light, Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO.
Did you know that you can create a log of all the places and points of interest you've been on a trip simply by taking a photo on your iPhone?
Portable toilets are becoming increasingly popular for people who don't want to give up on facilities while travelling. This article details the various portable camping toilets available in the
A large map of Australia with the country’s major road networks shown, along with Outback fuel, distances and major national parks....
A large map of Australia that includes CBD and through road maps for each state or territory’s capital city,...
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This updated edition of Hema Maps’ Kimberley Atlas & Guide helps you make the most of your visit to this remarkable part of Australia....
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The essential atlas for the professional driver that includes a 16-page information section for truckies....
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