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I reckon it can be anywhere in this woop’n big country.
I reckon it’s the dream of thousands, or dare I invent a word, woopillions of Australians.
I reckon cooking over a campfire adds so much to a meal, the simple act of cooking together around the warmth of the fire, the conversation you have, the laughs, discussing the days activities, a drink or two, not forgetting the smokey flavour … it just tastes better!read more
The Flinders Ranges, will we ever tire of it? … never!
Will we back? … absolutely!
This is a journey we highly recommend … discover!
Of course it would be nice if we could just be like the little girl in the Mexican Nachos TV advert and with a shrug of the shoulders say “Who not have both?” But sometimes it’s just not possible.read more
A chat about a few things including a trip up the Darling … the studio … the Palais De Chook. We thought it was poultry in motion (sorry).read more
It’s about time us vans made a few resolutions, throw a few hints to our owners and get Australia On Track!read more
I don’t know about you, but I have trouble remembering my vehicle’s registration.read more
it’s Christmas here in Australia, good cheer, that’s what we will share.
Most well presented parks would (and should) provide this service.
A place to prepare, cook and consume meals, or simply gather for deep and meaningful conversation with fellow caravanners and campers.
Step back in time as you listen to Russell Shepherd tell you all about the real ol’ Bourke.read more
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I reckon it can be anywhere in this woop’n big country. I reckon it’s the dream of thousands, or dare I invent a word, woopillions of ... Read More
I reckon cooking over a campfire adds so much to a meal, the simple act of cooking together around the warmth of the fire, the ... Read More
The Flinders Ranges, will we ever tire of it? … never! Will we back? … absolutely! This is a journey we highly recommend … discover!
Of course it would be nice if we could just be like the little girl in the Mexican Nachos TV advert and with a shrug of the shoulders ... Read More
It's about time us vans made a few resolutions, throw a few hints to our owners and get Australia On Track!
I don’t know about you, but I have trouble remembering my vehicle's registration.
it’s Christmas here in Australia, good cheer, that’s what we will share. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/361491272" Read More
Most well presented parks would (and should) provide this service. A place to prepare, cook and consume meals, or simply gather for ... Read More
Will ya stop at Wilcannia? I am catching up on social media and see questions asking if it’s safe to stop? First impressions of ... Read More
Talking Solar with Steve Moore from Redarc at the 2017 Let's Go Caravan & Camping Show in SA
Not too many kids will remember their best weekend watching TV, but you can bet they’ll tell all their friends about the weekend by a ... Read More
We prepped our filter appropriately, hooked up the water supply and walked away happy in the knowledge we would have an endless flow of Read More
Refrigerators - Compressor or 3 Way Do you have adequate solar? 3 Way was in your van at time of purchase … why change? Is gas more ... Read More
We spend heaps on a shiny new van, then often scrimp on the extras needed for towing it. Let’s talk mirrors … strap on, magnetic or ... Read More
Camping and 4WDing in the Victorian High Country. Defender 130.
Solar Power can get so confusing. What do size do I need, what can I run, what about dual batteries, do I use a solid panel or a ... Read More
Getting prescriptions filled … I have read so much on social media about restrictions Australia wide, I wanted to find out more.
It might be towing your van to your favourite fishing spot for the weekend, or exploring and travel as many miles as possible, maybe ... Read More
Anthony Kittel from Redarc ... the man, the business and a passion to produce quality Australian made products. [soundcloud ... Read More
It’s time to weigh in on another subject! A lot is discussed about caravans being overweight, but what about tow vehicles, ... Read More
Pour a glass, press play, sit back and enjoy the next 13 minutes, perhaps like me, it’ll remind you of what an amazing country we ... Read More
Please read more for our opinion. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/276605909" ... Read More
I posted this on another blog site a while ago, but as a good mate and equally good mate-ette (think I just made up a word) are ... Read More
We'd like to introduce Adele, Wayne, Ashlee & Kate ... here's their story. We're also happy about them joining us, as we get Australia Read More
From my experience as a butcher and as a camper, it depends on how long you are traveling for. First of all, make sure you have a ... Read More
This old campfire argument has been going on for years and will probably never let up. Everyone has their own opinions and reasons for ... Read More
A collection of panoramas from Andrew Kennedy. Experimenting with this iPhone camera setting is fun. If you have images to share ... Read More
So many stars that you could almost touch (they seemed that close), so bright, different shapes and sizes, shooting stars, satellites ... Read More
If you are planning a reno or rebuild, please make sure that everything you add doesn’t take your van over it’s legal limit. If any ... Read More
We liked the motorhome, it was surprisingly easy to drive and park and the fuel consumption was pretty good. One of the downfalls was ... Read More
On close examination I have discovered a variety of manufacture dates, the oldest being 2007, that’s 9 years old! You can find the age ... Read More
Normally I would have driven past, but this time we noticed the signs and made that turn in, if we didn’t we wouldn’t have found an ... Read More
Councils vary in attitude, some welcome campers and some don’t. Those that do, must consider it a great tourism and economic boost for ... Read More
This essential item for your 4WD has been flogged to death in the market. There is so much junk around now it’s near impossible to tell Read More
Mobiles phones and Satellite phones do have their place in travel, but each has their drawback. The modern smartphone has taken the ... Read More
Her passion for Land Rovers and overlanding allows her to experience the essence of different places in close contact with the people, ... Read More
The Flinders Ranges is one of my all time favourite places on this earth. We stayed at Mt Little Homestead, just out of Hawker and ... Read More
As I write this I’m listening to the sound of a plane in the distance, or a boat on the river (about a kilometre away), but that’s ... Read More
The air is crisp and clean, you can have a camp fire (my favourite part), cook in a camp oven, enjoy some great South Aussie warming ... Read More
The insulation is absolutely critical to any fridge performance and the same applies to the little one shoved in the back of your 4WD ... Read More
The good old Aussies attitude of “she’ll be right” probably doesn't count here. A first aid kit is like insurance, you never know when ... Read More
There is so much junk on the market now its getting near impossible to tell the rubbish from the reliable. So here’s a few tips on ... Read More
Now to clear up a little bit of myth on leaf springs before we go too far, there is a particular aspect of this spring design which is ... Read More
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