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In today’s newsletter, you’ll find;
- Dunns Track – new Trek
- The best GPS on the market
- 5 new book titles in the Shop
- Announcement of New Interactive Feature
- Launch of Camps Australia Wide Edition 4
Roadkill - Australian Wildlife|
This book is intended to create an awareness of this unfortunate and unavoidable problem.
Includes important contacts and helpful tips.
iBlue737 Bluetooth GPS
The iBlue 737 is a new high performance 32 channel GPS Bluetooth receiver and is regarded as one of the best
GPS products on the market.
iBlue757 Bluetooth GPS|
The iBlue757 is a solar panelled 32 channel GPS Bluetooth receiver and up to 100 hours
operating time in direct sunlight.
Sturt's Desert Drama
Read how Sturt and his party battled the souring heat,
poor food, hostile Aborigines and scurvy to help revive the SA economy.
The White Divers of Broome|
Broome in 1912 was a frontier town thriving on a profitable and dangerous pearl industry.
It also echoed fears, racial prejudices and hopes that existed then.
Fishing in Queensland|
This is a great fishing guide for coastal and inland fishing and
focuses on Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville and Rockhampton.
With so many retailers now adding
credit card surcharges to your purchases you'll be
pleased to know that when making any credit transaction with us, you'll only pay the price listed - no surcharge!
The Dunn’s Track is a long forgotten route used by the early prospectors of the eastern goldfields of Western Australia. In 1894
Walter Dunn set up a store at Cocanarup to provide supplies to travellers from Albany to the goldfields. This moderately challenging trek starts at Ravensthorpe and heads towards the now abandoned town of Dundas, which is
south of Norseman.
Click here for the trek note
New interactive features for you
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We encourage constructive feedback directly related to the article only. The comments are sent
to us for evaluation and we expect to shortly be publishing the feedbacks directly in the article.
Shop Products – For consumers looking for more information about listed shop products in the article.
Advertising – For business operators only, check this enquiry type if you would like to express your
interest about advertising in the article.
Camps Australia Wide 4
Camps Australia Wide edition 4 has now been released. This A4 size, 360 page guide has over 3,100
listings and has been designed to provide information that is comprehensive in a user-friendly format.
The guide lists rest areas, campgrounds, low-cost caravan parks, National Parks and State Forests.
The latest Hema base maps are used to provide even more detail with the campsites positioned in their
Our new Camps 4 B4 “Mega” edition has over 1800 site photos and includes all the symbols and information
that is in the Camps 4 book. It offers a photographic preview of the camping or rest area before arrival.
As they say “A picture is worth a thousand words!”
A free web site update service will continue with Camps 3 & 4. Click forCamps Australia Wide
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