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Goal Zero Torch 250 Flashlight Review

Whether it’s a power pack, solar panel, solar generator, lantern or even speakers, Goal Zero has a product to get you powered up, regardless of how remote your location may be. Back to the aptly named Torch 250 (combined LED light output of 250 lumens) – weighing a scant 408g, you won’t be weighed down as you trek across Australia’s …

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Big Mid-Year Savings on Beautiful Moreton Island Accommodation

Fifteen sunken shipwrecks set among colourful fish and marine life create an amazing snorkelling site. Brisbane’s only shipwrecked snorkelling site will blow your mind; it’s a must-do experience. And for something different, try transparent night-time kayaking with Australian Sunset Safaris. Sandboarding Climb the world’s tallest coastal sand dune and reach speeds of up to 60km/h with Brisbane’s closest sandboarding experience. …

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Wet Season Closures Still in Place for Some Cape York Parks

TRAVELLERS heading to national parks on Cape York Peninsula are urged to check the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service park alerts and reliable road conditions websites because some areas will be closed until mid-June or later. For the safety of travellers and to avoid road damage, many of the peninsula’s visitor sites and tracks are closed each wet season. This …

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Innovative Boat Loader Plus (Combo) System: Gulflander Xtreme Review

His Gulflander Xtreme boat loaders and modules suit wagons and troop carriers and most four-wheel-drives. For the longer 4WDs such as the twin-cab LandCruiser 79 Series, Murray offers a modular system for carrying up to a 25hp two-stroke outboard motor and lightweight tinnie trailer. These items are winched up on your 4WD or canopy roof with a powerful electric winch and then …

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Capalaba Service Centre: Company Profile

ONE of the pitfalls of modern motoring is failing to properly maintain your vehicle. Performing thorough preventative maintenance becomes particularly important before making the long trips often required to reach many incredible fishing and camping destinations. When it comes to thorough mechanical workmanship and service, you know you can trust the team at Capalaba Service Centre. With decades of experience …

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Get All Geared Up With Engel

The promotion runs from May to September, and Michael said all entrants go into the major prize draw in addition to being in the draw to win a monthly prize. “As well as the major prize package, we are giving away four monthly prize packs with camping gear, fishing rods and reels and more,” he said. “Each prize pack is valued …

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Where to Visit When Touring Victorian High Country & Snowy Mountains

The more aggressive I was on the throttle, the more the fans responded to cool the transmission fluid, and we were glad to see the temperature reduce to a more controllable level during the climb. The trip down the other side was a relief because we knew we had just conquered the longest and steepest climb we were ever likely …

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How to Avoid Saltmarsh Damage

IF you are planning a fishing trip to Cape York Peninsula, remember to drive on designated access tracks to avoid saltmarsh damage caused by off-track vehicles. The Kalpowar Recreational Reserve, adjacent to the Princess Charlotte Bay declared Fish Habitat Area has seen four-wheel-drives recently traverse the track to Bathurst Heads, which is not a designated road. Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol …

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Country2Coast 4×4 Shop in Redland Bay

An experienced team underlines the excellent product range, with owners Ty and Nathan as well as manager Jason guaranteeing customers walk away satisfied. With a variety of experience from tyre and mechanical work to fitting, automotive accessories and even 4WD racing, the guys can offer you sound advice on something they know and love. But don’t be put off if you’re …

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