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Rethink Your Water Use

How much water do you carry in your camper when heading to the desert?

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Being Prepared

When heading off into the bush, people need to be prepared in case things go wrong. here are some basics to remember.

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Etiquette for Newbies

Camping is all fun and games until someone breaks these unspoken rules. Here are some tips and tricks.

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Reminders of Our Explorers

Far from macabre, a road trip to have a Poke around in cemeteries situated in remote locales yields a lesson in australian history

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Big Bloody Bogs!

Ron recalls the deepest, deadliest bogs he’s ever landed a vehicle in and gives away his secrets about how he got out of trouble.

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Coongie Lakes

Coongie Lakes: A Desert Oasis

Outback floods continue to bring life to remote desert destinations. Here’s the scoop on one particularly spectacular inland waterhole – Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park.

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Birdsville Track ferry crossing of the Cooper

The Outback in Flood

Following massive rains in the north-east, flood waters are enlivening the plains as they cut a path to Lake Eyre. The Moons quickly jot these words before hurrying off to experience it all.

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The History of Navigation

Navigating from A to B: once a challenge requiring human ingenuity, now something we can achieve by pressing a few buttons. Ron and Viv Moon explore how mapping has changed over the years.

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Why Ute Chassis Break

Why Ute Chassis Break

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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Cub Campers Frontier Reviewed

Cub Campers are a mainstay in Aussie manufacturing, but after 50 years do they still have what it takes?

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