All in the Family – Brads 1978 Range Rover

This article is the first of our user submitted stories.  If you want to be featured, just send us an email or contact us via our Facebook page.   Brad Clayton’s 1978 Range Rover is the two door variety and has been affectionately named ‘sofie’ ever since it was registered. The name doesn’t have any […]

Arnhem Land – NT

In the North of Australia is a land area called Arnhem Land.  It is an Aboriginal reserve that covers almost 100,000 square kilometres and has some of the most remote communities in Australia.  You could say that the Aboriginal people own this land and whilst that is essentially true, the idea of ownership has quite […]

The Oodnadatta Track – South Australia

The Oodnadatta Track follows the route of the old Ghan Railway line and runs from the North of the Flinders Ranges starting in the town of Maree through to the small town of Marla on the Stuart Highway in South Australia. Typically most tourists travel from the south eastern states through to the Northern Territory […]

Glenbawn Dam Camping – NSW

Looking for somewhere to go camping where you can take your boat, go fishing, do some bike riding or just unwind and relax?  Then Glenbawn Dam should certainly be on your list.  Located just to the west of Aberdeen on the New England Highway, it’s an easy spot to get to for a short or […]

Opposite Lock Challenge – Mudgee 2012

There aren’t many comp events where you see a bulk-standard, run-of-the-mill four wheel drive road car lined up against the biggest of comp trucks, but at the Opposite Lock Challenge held over the June long weekend, you would see just that.  Whilst the comp trucks and the standard 4WDs’ don’t compete directly against each other […]

Lowmead 3 Car Comp 2011

The Lowmead 3 car competition is one of the biggest comp truck events in Queensland and attracted a big field of 45 cars in 2011.  The competition is full on and very fiercely fought.  The idea is simple, there are 3 comp trucks in each team and each team has to get their 3 trucks […]

Mount Moffatt – QLD

If you want to go somewhere for some remote camping, then Mount Moffatt in the Carnarvon National Park certainly lives up to that title.  Whilst it is very close to the Carnarvon Gorge itself, getting there is quite a trip and you really do feel isolated.  There are no lavish facilities, but there are toilets […]

Wyangala Dam – NSW

It might sound like a pretty ordinary place to go camping, but Wyangala Dam has a lot to offer and makes for a very relaxing weekend away.  The Dam itself can vary in water level from as low as only a few percent (it was 12% when we where there but dropped down to 5% […]

Fraser Island – Luxury Camping – QLD

Have you ever considered camping on Fraser Island? Many people take their tents or camper trailers and setup in the dunes or at one of the many camping areas on the Island and have a great time.  But what if you want to go without the hassle of tents and towing a trailer?   Now […]

Turon River – NSW

Turon National Park is located just west of Capertee, NSW.  The main feature of this National Park is the Turon River which flows through the heart of this rugged and yet beautiful landscape.   Camping within the National Park is free and there are plenty of places to set up camp.  There is also plenty […]