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Planning a trip to Tasmania? Here’s what you need to know

Tasmania is a popular travel destination for ‘mainland’ Aussies, but there is a bit of pre-trip planning that is necessary for a successful trip.

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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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Installing a Reverse Camera

For more visibility, particularly with a ute canopy, a reverse camera is indispensable

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7 Common Camper Problems and How to Fix Them

The desire to add comfort features to our campers has led to a new range of problems which weren’t part of the scene several decades ago. But the fixes are often simple if you know what to look for.

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How to Install a Throttle Controller in your 4WD

You can tap into your 4WD’s dormant potential by installing a throttle controller, a contraption that regulates the voltage of the drive-by-wire unit to reduce lag between planting the foot and gaining pace.

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Descending steps requires slow 1st gear low range and feathering of brakes

High and Low Range Gearing Guide

Camper answers the all-important question: in which offroad situations should you engage low range?

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A heated discussion about the virtues of silence

Silence your Camper's Water Pump

Nothing destroys serenity quite like a noisy water pump. Whereas a quiet one is a major boon to an enjoyable time camping. Here’s how to hush your H20.

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Tow like a Pro

4WD whizz Steve Cassano enters the camper trailer world, delivering a few fundamentals to help get the tow on the road.

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Live on the Road in 2019

If you dream of tackling a big Aussie adventure in 2019, your escape is just 10 steps away.

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Upping Your Off-grid Power

It’s been recommended a million times before: when exploring off-grid, run an auxiliary battery with a DCDC charger and a few power outlets. But is this enough?

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Driving the West MacDonnell Ranges to Uluru, NT

Linking together three of Central Australia’s drawcards — the West MacDonnell Ranges, Kings Canyon and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park — this 729km route is one of this country’s great ‘must-do’ drives.

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The all-new Kids’ Lap Bible — Rose Foster interview

Kids’ Lap Bible author Rose Foster shared some great advice with us for those embarking on the Big Lap with kids in tow.

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