Hints on Packing Away a Wet Tent

For those of you who have read my last two newsletters, you will have seen two of my four “How to care for your canvas tent,” tips come through. Well today you are about to see my third and it’s on “What to do if you have to pack up a wet tent and how to store…

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How to Care For and Maintain your Canvas Tent

If you read my last weeks newsletter, you will have seen my part 1 of a part 4 series on looking after your canvas tent. Well here is the 2nd part and it’s on 'how to care and maintain your canvas tent'. It’s about looking after those alloy zip sliders and steel poles both before and...

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Seasoning and Waterproofing your Canvas Tent

  I have been asked a lot lately how to look after your new canvas tent and I had some wonderful advice from a passionate camping enthusiast last week on putting this information on our website (what a great idea!). So Kerri and I decided shoot some footage and put together a 4 part series…

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5 Top Tips to get the Best out of your Sleeping Bag this Winter

People are often amazed at the information I give them when it comes to looking after their sleeping bag and using their sleeping bag effectively. And because a sleeping bag is such a good investment in your families wellbeing when camping (ie: we all sleep better), I thought it would be a good idea to…

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Adventure is Calling

As the cooler weather kicks in, so does the urge to put on a backpack, hop on an adventure motorbike or even load up the kayak for some quality outdoor time. Being self sufficient when you’re out on a remote experience allows us to really get off the beaten track, for it is here where...

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Beef Cheek Stew

Download the Recipe Here- Happy Cooking Beef Cheek Stew Recipe With camping stews being top of mind, I have pulled out a recipe from the old Camping Country Australia vault. A few years ago I was given an amazing Beef Cheek stew recipe by Luke from Cotton Tree Butchers. It was to die for!!!! Kerri...

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Camping Shelter – Tarp or Gazebo?

You’ve heard me say a hundred times before, “There is no such thing as bad weather… just bad camping gear!” Nothing more true has been said after an erratic weekend of wild weather..

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Easter Dew on synthetic tents

In 2015 we experienced our first camping dew for the year over the Easter period. For those of you that were camping in synthetic tents around us, you might have gotten a little wet and that had nothing to do with rain – it was condensation!

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How to pack down an Active Arc natural fibre tent

You all know how much we love Camping Country Australia’s Active Arc quick set up canvas tents. Even more impressive than the quick set up…

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