ExplorOz Newsletter - Issue 74

24th December, 2004. In this issue: New Range of Books, Cobb MkII, ExplorOz Field Trip: Perth/Sydney/Tasmania and ExplorOz wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year.

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Dear ExplorOz Reader,

With this final newsletter for the year, all the crew at ExplorOz wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year.

New Edition Maps

New Edition Books

Log Book

A must-have item to record your trip in.

$9.95


Camping Guide to Tasmania

The latest edition of the Boiling Billy Camping Guides.

$11.50


New Range of Books

We are now stocking a wide selection of books from the Lonely Planet Guide book range.

Australia

$44.90


East Coast Australia

$29.70


Queensland

$29.70


New South Wales & ACT

$32.90


Victoria

$29.70


Tasmania

$29.70


Northern Territory

$29.70


Western Australia

$32.90


New Books

4WD Tracks in Tasmania: Off-road Tasmania

$35.95


Discover Tasmania

This is the latest book in Hema's Outdoor Guides series. 

$21.95


ExplorOz Products

Got 4WD items to sell?
Then advertise it in the ExplorOz Trader

Trader Display Ad Packs are now available. 
Display Ad 5 Pack - $42.50
Display Ad 10 Pack - $75
Display Ad 20 Pack - $120
Display Ad 50 Pack - $250


Cobb MkII

Something really good is now even better!
With over 15,000 Cobb owners in Australia, there will almost certainly be a lot of interest in the changes that have been made to the now familiar Cobb cooker. 

Apart from a slightly larger grill - the grill now fits over the bowl rather than into it - and a slightly higher lid to increase the oven size, the Cobb looks pretty much as it always did. Well, that's until you take a closer look.

What hits you first Is the very obvious quality of the new MKII Cobb. From the mirror finish of the base to the perfectly formed stainless steel bowl and satin finished lid, it looks like a Cobb made in heaven. And it should be a better performer - if that's at all possible - because of a tighter fitting lid and a much higher standard of engineering all round - including a redesigned base with no pop rivets.

All of this comes with a $20 price increase but it has to be said that it's well worth it. The Cobb still has no peer and with the MKII, the gap has widened.


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ExplorOz Field Trip

David and Michelle (and the 2 kids) are currently on an 8 week field trip through 5 states from Perth to Sydney down to Tasmania (3 weeks), through the High Country and return to Perth. 

With them, they have taken Oztent's RV4 tent and the new MkII Cobb Cooker (as seen above). 

Whilst you are out and about, keep an eye out for the ExplorOz vehicle and if you see it, give them a wave and say Hi! 

 

From the ExplorOz team, we wish you a safe and happy Christmas and New Year,

David, Michelle, & Juliana
The ExplorOz Team

 

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