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Camper Trailer Australia

Issue 138

Relaunched in May 2017, and specialising in the world of campers and adventure trips, CAMPER magazine is for those who ‘have a penchant for good banter around the campfire and beer tasting in five-million star locations’. With a bold new design and revitalised content line-up, CAMPER will showcase the best in campers, feature characters, hero destinations, gear and technology, DIY hints and techniques and a celebration of an adventurous lifestyle through Aussie eyes.

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Adventures Group Holdings Pty Ltd
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desert deeds done dirt cheap

Peace and quiet reigns supreme in the desert. There’s a calmness and serenity unmatched in any of Earth’s other major ecosystems. The Australian Aboriginal walkabout rite of passage is linked in popular imagination with desert adventure. It’s a ritual meant to test skill but it's also a place that offers space to think about the future and reflect on the past. It’s a challenging environment, one that separates men from boys.The desert certainly presents a series of unique challenges for anyone who ventures into its confines. Someone embarking on walkabout would, for example, expect to encounter a whole host of challenging problems: finding something to eat, maintainence of sound nutritional health, working out how to orientate themselves day-in, day-out as they traversed the changeless land.This is only slightly different,…

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camper trailer australia

EDITORIALEditor Aaron FlanaganDeputy Editor Sam RichardsLead Designer Nicholas RamsamySenior Designer Janina RoqueDesigner Swathi SankaranProduction and Design Manager Danielle BeadmanColumnists Kath Heiman, David Cook, Ron and Viv MoonContributors Peter Quilty, Steve Cassano, David Cook, Catherine Lawson, Scott Heiman, Matt Williams, Tim van Duyl, Ron and Viv Moon, Cathy Anderson, David CookEditorial and News 125 Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield North, Vic, 3161 Australia submissions@emprisegroup.com.au PHOTOGRAPHYContributors David Bristow, Matt Williams, David Cook MARKETINGHead of MarketingLauren Grigg 0436 407 493 lgrigg@emprisegroup.com.auDigital Marketing ExecutiveShilpa Balakrishnan sbalakrishnan@emprisegroup.com.auDigital Marketing CoordinatorCraig Gonsalves cgonsalves@emprisegroup.com.auMarketing CoordinatorRebecca Lamplugh rlamplugh@emprisegroup.com.auMarketing CoordinatorWill Hayward whayward@emprisegroup.com.au ADVERTISING ENQUIRIES sales@emprisegroup.com.au www.emprisegroup.com.auHead of PartnershipsChristopher Jefferson 0477 775 020 cjefferson@emprisegroup.com.auVIC/SA/TAS - Scott Pimlott - 0498 880 377 spimlott@emprisegroup.com.auNSW - Serena Prasad 0429 489 615 sprasad@emprisegroup.com.au Danielle Gowan 0435 065 325 dgowan@emprisegroup.com.auQLD/NT - David Forrest 0455 999 085 dforrest@emprisegroup.com.au…

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suv recovery basics (sand)

I’d hazard a guess and say that the majority of readers of these and similar articles would own a proper 4WD and a camper trailer to boot. Though there would probably be a large percentage who just as enthusiastically own an AWD as their adventure vehicle (or SUV as they’re now commonly known). Regardless which group you fall into, one thing that’s quite evident from both groups is the enthusiasm and passion for getting out there to explore. Set and forget deflators are a great soft-sand accessory Many SUV drivers may never venture that far from the blacktop, but there is a growing number of SUV owners that wish to explore beyond and venture further afield, pushing both their vehicle’s limits and their driving skills. While most SUVs…

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10 essentials you need to pack

Whether you’re a seasoned offroader or a school holiday escapee, a Big Lap nomad or a fledgling first timer, what really separates roadtrippers is how much gear they take on board.Some campers are ruthless, paring things down to just the basics, while others fly by the more-is-more theory, burdening their rigs with an excess of irresistibly innovative time-savers, ‘guaranteed’ to make camping life easier.Both approaches have their strengths and weaknesses, and the right approach really boils down to individual needs and setups. But however much you leave behind or pile on top, there are some things it pays to always have handy. Make sure you find room for these essentials, well worth their weight on every adventure. You can cook just about anything in a camp oven What…

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eco-friendl y packing choices

1. Bamboo toothbrushes2. Stainless steel water bottles3. Biodegradable bamboo wet wipes4. Natural zinc oxide sunscreen5. Solar or USB-rechargeable torches6. Lightweight travel towels (they need less detergent and water to wash)7. Eco-friendly fire-starters (the lint from your clothes dryer – a mix of super-dried cotton and synthetics – will spark instantly)8. Biodegradable laundry detergent9. A hand-powered washing machine…

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rampaging rhino

They say good things come in small packages, so it was little wonder that the diminutive 10ft Scorpion 'micro hybrid' that Rhinomax launched back in 2016 became their top seller. Now, the Scorpion has a big brother in the Renegade.Co-owner, Steve Punton, is quietly confident the Renegade will not only follow in the same footsteps, but dramatically surpass previous interest.The team at Rhinomax aren't interested in being the biggest, they just want to be the best. Having said that, in January they moved to bigger and better premises on the Sunshine Coast. This new facility allows for everything to take place in the one location: from welding the chassis to building the cabinets. They'll even take care of servicing your pride and joy too. Handles any track with…

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