Camping Archive

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast who frequently goes hunting, camping or hiking, or your job involves traveling to remote areas in Australia, a tactical (military) backpack can be one of the most valuable pieces of equipment you can own. It allows you to carry around a lot of items in a safe and well-organized manner. The tough construction of a tactical backpack makes it ideal for use in a variety of rugged environments and weather conditions. And while differentiating between a tactical backpack and a regular one is relatively easy, even for the uninformed buyer, buying the best tactical model requires careful consideration so that you don’t end up with a product that’s smaller and less durable than what you need. That being said, there [&hellip

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Considering how Australia has a pleasant climate and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful outdoor scenery, it’s no wonder that Aussies love camping. But we also love the comfort of our homes, right? And the outdoors can often be rough, cold and wet. However, with the right tent you can stay warm and dry, and enjoy everything nature has to offer. The following tips can help you pick an outdoor home that meets all your essential needs

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Every now and then we all need to take a break from the concrete jungle and just lose ourselves in the divinity of nature. If you are planning your next camping adventure and don’t want to embark without knowing that you’ll have the comfort of a spacious awning, you have probably already started the – not quite easy – search for the ideal awnings for your ride. Size, material, coating, price – what matters most? Self-supporting or not? Inflatable or conventional? In today’s blog post, I’ll provide some information and guidelines to help you find the best awnings for 4×4 vehicles. Let’s get to work

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So you’ve just made a hefty investment in a quality tent and you are looking for a way to ensure that it stays well protected for as long as possible. Here’s a smart idea – buy a groundsheet. These tent accessories were made to protect the floor of your outdoor home against everything that nature may throw at it. They may not be as cheap as you’d hope, but they are certainly worth it. When faced with a damage of any kind, you will only need to replace the groundsheet instead of the entire tent. How’s that for convenience

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Camping is a great way to commune with nature. It is an up close and personal experience that gives the opportunity to break the urban habits and enjoy the wilderness. However, this doesn’t mean that you should give up the comfortable sleeping. Luckily, there are a number of ways to ensure that sleeping in a tent under the sky can be as pleasant as being in your home bed. All you need is the right sleeping gear. If you are not sure how to do it, take a look at the following tips. First of all, you need to choose the right sleeping gear camping solutions, and you should start from the basics: a sleeping bag, sleeping pad and pillows. Before choosing a sleeping bag, [&hellip

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If you ask me, the best part of camping is when the sun goes down. I simply love gathering around the campfire. The stories get scarier, the s’mores sweeter and the surroundings even more mysterious. But unfortunately, our vision gets significantly worse in the dark. As the glow of the campfire and the twinkling of the stars are simply not enough, it’s important to choose the right camping lights to stay safe and keep all the fun going

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The great outdoors offers an opportunity for enjoyment for all. Many people see it as the perfect way to relax and escape the noise and frustrations of everyday life. Caravans provide us with the option of taking our home anywhere we like, giving us comfort while enjoying the beauty and peace of mind that nature can provide. But no caravan is complete without having some practical equipment and accessories that can make your stay in nature that more enjoyable. When spending time camping, it is essential to have with you everything you need and funny enough, this is the time when we realize we take many things for granted when we are home as we have grown used to them. So here are a few [&hellip

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Considered among the ten countries with the longest coastlines, Australia, with 25.760km of coastline, is the largest country without land borders, with plenty to offer for beachgoers, and watersports enthusiasts. Now that we’ve welcomed the New Year, it’s high time we started it off with some fun in the sun, tanning, and swimming. Of course, not without proper planning at first, so we’ve assembled these tips for you to make it easier for your next trip to the shore. Since it’s Australia we’re talking about, also known as the country where the sun is scorching and hits the hardest, one can’t overlook the importance of proper sun protection in the likes of SPF sunscreen (preferably with anti-ageing properties), SPF lipbalm, skin moisturisers, or mineral water [&hellip

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If you’re into camping, hiking in the dark or hunting, then you probably understand the importance of having a tactical flashlight. When darkness falls and your field of vision is limited, a piercing beam to illuminate the way can do wonders. Originally designed for the military and police, tactical flashlights are now available for every homeowner who needs illumination and protection from prowlers, any hunter and search and rescue parties

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There’s this group of people I find particularly interesting: they love camping so much, but don’t really want to deal and be involved in the whole process of preparing and setting up the tent. I’ve heard so many funny stories about people who were really enthusiastic about spending a night or two under the night sky watching the stars, but then came home completely exhausted, frightened, and disappointed. Not because it wasn’t good, but because they couldn’t experience all that goodness they were supposed to. They were either completely in the dark because they didn’t know how to light a fire, or they were fighting to keep their tent on the ground. Rookies. I’ve been camping long enough to know a thing or two about [&hellip

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