Yakima launches new StreamLine system


Yakima – the innovative manufacturer of cargo and gear management solutions – announces the release of the all-new aerodynamic StreamLine integrated roof rack system. Designed from the ground up and created from decades of experience, StreamLine delivers Yakima’s most advanced and toughest roof rack system ever. A comprehensive system designed and built to accommodate multiple vehicle types, StreamLine combines advanced …

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New InfiRay Geni GL35 Thermal Sight scope scoop


Over the course of the past five or six years, I’ve spent more of my very limited leisure time enjoying hunting pursuits rather than fishing. scope Possibly as fishing no longer provided the challenge required to hold my attention or perhaps because I saw that I could deliver a beneficial service to farmers through pest animal management. Either way, as …

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Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain, towing in comfort


Hi all, we’ve just had the pleasure of picking up our new Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain from Bundaberg Motor Group, or BMG as its locally known. I was so impressed by the service and the sales staff’s knowledge. We knew what we required in the vehicle, so when we were in Brisbane, we spoke to several dealerships… to dot the i’s …

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Exploring western Eyre Peninsula


With the sun shining, we continued our adventures north along the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. This part of the country is very beautiful, with little beach camps splattered along the coastline. Ideally, it would have been good to have a few weeks or even a month to explore these places, to immerse in the locals’ …

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Eyre Peninsula to Esperance


At the time of writing this article, we were sitting at a quiet little campground at Quagi Beach in Western Australia – one hour from Esperance. My wife and I are travelling Australia with our two daughters aged five and seven. We certainly live in a spectacular country, and we’ve visited some great places and met some characters along the …

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Adventures around Eyre Peninsula

After our short escape to Kangaroo Island, we were back on the mainland and following the South Australian coastline north. When travelling, there is one thing that dramatically impacts on your experiences – the weather. And unfortunately, you have zero control over it. Heading to places when it’s cold and windy can be a little disappointing, especially if you have …

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Murray Bridge to Mount Gambier


After being on Yorke Peninsula for a few days, it was time to move on. We would have loved to have stay longer but because of the school holidays, we were time-poor, so maybe next time. When everyone was up, we packed the van and headed off. It was a big day of driving.   We bypassed Adelaide and ended …

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Gearing up to travel Oz


After heaps of preparation and planning, the time has finally come for my wife Kristy, our two daughters Zahlee and Lyla and I to hit the road. Travel Fair to say, the excitement levels are high as we take leave for eight months to travel Australia towing a 17’ Jayco Starcraft behind our Ford Ranger. Our journey will take us …

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Mini lap adventures continue


After spending a little more time in Victoria than we’d originally planned, we needed to adjust our travels slightly in South Australia. The reasoning behind this was that we didn’t want to cut short our time in Western Australia, as it’s the farthest away and the biggest state. Another reason was that the weather had been less than favourable while …

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Broome and beyond


It came time to leave the rugged Pilbara, with its impressive rocky desert landscapes, stunning coastlines and generally fabulous roads.  broome Our first stop was at Barn Hill Beachside Station, 132km south of Broome and only 9km west of the Great Northern Hwy. And it did not disappoint – great campsites above the spectacular coastline, shady trees, abundant wildlife, plenty …

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