LOADING THE CARAVAN CORRECTLY
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If the idea of missing the grand final is too much to bear when you're out bush in your camper trailer or off-road van, behold the satellite TV kit. Here, Evan from Unsealed 4x4 walks you through this simple DIY installation.
It isn't as simple as just keeping the steering wheel in one position. Using your mirrors, gentle movements on the steering wheel, and keeping your speed slow will have you reversing that trailer with ease.
The most common type of fire extinguisher you will encounter is called a Dry Chemical A:B:E 1.0 kg unit. If ever you have to use it you can be confident that it is safe with electrical, flammable liquid, paper or wood fires.
Navigation lights must be installed in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions. They should be mounted to minimise damage by contact with other objects under normal operating conditions.
The Devils Marbles are piles of huge, and some not so huge, red and orange-coloured granite boulders, which look as though they’ve been dropped in the middle of the desert.
Head southwest from Perth for three and a half hours, and you’ll arrive at a stunning surf spot called Injidup Beach, not far from the small town of Yallingup, in the heart of Margaret River. The name Injidup stems from the Nyoongar word “inji”, which means “the lovely red pea flower” (Templetonia retusa); during spring this flower grows along the beach’s limestone cliffs.
“Renmark” is a word derived from the local Aboriginal words meaning “red mud” and the town itself, boasts an interesting history. As with many Riverland towns, Renmark attracts tourists with the many and varied recreational opportunities afforded by the Murray River.
Boulia Shire encompasses over 61,000 square kilometres of some of Australia’s most stunning scenery and is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, making fishing, sightseeing and bird watching poplar activities for locals and visitors alike.