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September 18, 2020

Lighter on your wallet

Striker LED driving lights are one of the few kits in Australia that are supplied with an electrical relay kit and harness ready for owner installation. This saves quite a lot of money as auto-electricians can charge the price of the lights again in labour and parts.
September 14, 2020

The gospel according to conservationists

The Conservation Through Sustainable Use of Wildlife forum, hosted by the University of Queensland, and financially supported by the Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia, followed on from a convention held more than 20 years earlier of similar name. The foreword of this publication outlines the why’s and the context of sustainable use of wildlife that has been carried via these two summits
August 20, 2020

Camp freely with the Wedgetail Hawk

Darren Houston, who owns Wedgetail Campers, based in Broadmeadow, NSW, is a family man and a hunter. He’s also a fully-qualified electrician. So, having a long, hard think about what he wants when he heads out scrub, Darren decided to make a camper for budget conscious hunters and campers like himself.
April 28, 2020

DIY Caravans

With movement restrictions still in place, you probably can’t go travelling in a caravan, but you might be able to build on instead. According to Goldstar RV, a caravan project might be just what the doctor ordered.
January 9, 2020

The Airstream International caravan

You’ve probably always wanted to drive a Ferrari. But, what about living in one? Great Australian Outdoors magazine heard that the Ferrari of caravans, the Airstream International, had hit our fair shores and that they need to be seen to be believed. So we did just that.
January 9, 2020

Licence to grill, 24/7

Your day is winding up and it’s time to relax around the campfire. The sun is dropping towards the horizon and the air is beginning to chill. It’s comfortable next to the flames and you just don’t want to move away from that radiating heat.
January 9, 2020

Among the pigeons: Why our cats belong indoors

This fascinating book offers a telling insight into the conundrum raised by conflicting appraisals of the enigma of the domestic cat. How can a cuddly, purring household pet be transformed into a sleek, feline killing machine once it steps outside the threshold and makes the outdoors its domain?
August 6, 2019

Red Sand Green Heart: Ecological adventures in the Outback

Red Sand Green Heart: Ecological Adventures in the Outback offers an insight into a rarely seen part of Australia. The non-fiction book follows John L Read’s journey into the outback after he was employed in 1989 by a uranium mining company as an ecologist.