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What Temperature Sleeping Bag Do I Need?

by on 26th November 2015 in Sleeping Bags | Add comment
Sleeping bags are one of the only products on the market that have a temperature rating. Think about it, you don’t buy a jacket with a temperature rating. Or even a quilt for your bed at home. If you’re feelin

Coleman Air Bed Weight Ratings Explained

by on 20th November 2015 in Sleeping Gear | Add comment
How much weight can air bed take if an air bed could take weight? As a general rule, Coleman air mattresses don’t come with weight ratings, an exception to this is the Aerobed range which are now stamped with rati
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Camping Food Ideas (+ Menu)

by on 18th November 2015 in Camp Kitchen | Add comment
Organising food for a camping trip can be time consuming and difficult. Here are some tips and a sample menu to help you prepare for your next trip.   Read More...
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Zempire Tents – Introducing the Neo, Aerodome, and Adventure Range

by on 13th November 2015 in Tents | Add comment
We were after a great value, middle-of-the-road range of tents. We sure found it in Zempire and their Aerodome, Adventure, and Neo ranges. Whether you're a lightweight hiker or cycling tourist, a budget-conscious family, or a glamper, there is something for you.   Read More...

Walking the Milford Track – Part 2

by on 10th November 2015 in Hiking | Add comment
If you didn’t catch Part 1 you can read up here. Kevin and Linda Leslie and friends were enjoying the warm, friendly atmosphere at Mintaro Hut and preparing for the hardest day of the track – crossing Mack
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A Survival Guide to Christmas Pageants

by on 6th November 2015 in Family Getaways | Add comment
Taking the kids to the Christmas Pageant can be a stressful experience. But it shouldn't be - it should be festive and joyous. Here's some tips to make it go as smoothly as possible so it can be all about the fun!  Read More...

Walking the Milford Track – Part 1

by on 4th November 2015 in Hiking | Add comment
The Milford Track is one of the most popular hikes in the world, with over 14,000 people walking it every year. Kevin Leslie walked it for the second time, earlier this year.   Read More...
How to replace the centre hub on a Black Wolf turbo tent

How to Replace the Central Hub on a Black Wolf Turbo Tent

by on 30th October 2015 in Tents | Add comment
The Black Wolf Turbo Tent has proven popular with four-wheel-drive tourers and family campers alike. In fact, it's one of our bestselling ranges of tents.  Read More...
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Camp Cooking Without Fresh Fruit & Veg

by on 28th October 2015 in Camp Kitchen | Add comment
One of the great challenges for any camper is what to eat. Especially on longer trips where space is always at a premium and keeping perishable food for any length of time can be difficult. Even if you are lucky enough to

Waeco CFX vs Engel – a campfire debate | Snowys Outdoors

by on 21st October 2015 in Camping Fridges | 4 comments
Like Holden and Ford, Land cruiser and Patrol, you will not find a topic that causes greater divide around the campfire than an Engel or Waeco debate? Find out if one of them really is the best portable fridge?  Read More...
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