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Most Australians have probably heard of s’mores from US television, but not many really know what they are or how to make them.
There’s a difference between just eating outdoors and enjoying a nice meal in the bush.
Most ticks don't carry diseases, and most tick bites don't cause serious health problems, but the sooner ticks are removed, the less likely you are to
It seems you can fix anything with duct tape if you know how.
Don't let blisters ruin a great hike. With some preparation and the right gear, you can keep your feet happy.
Whether you are interested in trekking alone, in an organised group, or are unsure, there are a number of advantages and disadvantages to both.
There’s never a good time to repair a tent when you’re camping, so knowing how to handle repairs will go a long way to reducing associated stress.
If you are someone who is prone to impromptu outdoor adventures, there are some small items you should always have in your car.
Swags have come along way since the days of Banjo Paterson, with lots of choice now available to make sleeping rough a little smoother.
While camping etiquette is similar the world over, the rules about where to camp differ from country to country.
If you’ve always dreamt of learning to scuba dive, there's no shortage of fabulous places around the world to get your dive ticket.
Most dog owners regard their dogs as part of the family, so if you take yours with you on a camping or caravan holiday, you need to consider how to be
When you’re preparing yourself for a camping weekend or longer holiday in a tent, you don’t want to waste precious time trying to find our gear, l
While wet weather can dampen your camping trip, with some planning you can minimise the disruption and still have a good time.
Gathering around a roaring campfire is an essential part of camping for many.
There’s a wide array of options out there. Here’s how to pick the right jet ski for your needs.
When shopping for a tent, one of the biggest decisions is what material to choose.
Get outside and climb some of the best and highest mountains in Queensland.
Being stuck in a 9 to 5 job doesn’t have to define your life. If you catch yourself doing more of what you need to do instead of what you want to do
If you’re looking for a new career, why not consider working outdoors for a healthy and exciting change?
Next time you’re considering what to do with a few hours of spare time, take a hike and improve your brainpower.
If you didn’t go to Scouts or Guides as a child, you may not be familiar with how to read a compass, which could get you into trouble in the wildern
Solo hiking offers lots of advantages if you just want to get out on your own with no commitments, but you do need to take a few precautions to minimi
Auxiliary lights are essential when you do a lot of night driving in the bush, but can you simply use halogen or should you invest in HID or LED?
These great backyard games will provide your little ones with hours of outdoor entertainment these school holidays.
No one wants to get wet while camping.
At Christmas time when the weather is fine, why not make the most of it with these great outdoor activities.
If you want to be able to take your 4WD almost anywhere, you’re going to need a snorkel.
If you’re a newcomer to camping, or only take a trip once every few years, here are some tips to ensure it’s a smooth adventure.
Hiking and bushwalking are growing in popularity, but there’s more to it than simply donning some walking shoes and heading out.
The way you lace your running shoes can give you an edge and keep you injury-free.
A new portable generator converts any type of moving water into stored energy to charge USB-connected mobile devices.
Tent manufacturer POD Tents claims it offers the world's first modular camping experience, with tents designed and engineered to be linked together.
When it comes to trekking through bushland or up mountains, having the right footwear is your best asset.
The right shoes can make or break your expedition.
Whether boating, kayaking, kite surfing or swimming while wearing sunglasses, you run the risk of your favourite shades taking a dip without you.