Outdoors

Ironman releases new canopy for Toyota HiLux

Available in a range of colour codes to suit vehicles including: Attitude Black (218), Blue Metallic (8X2), Dark Grey (1G3), Silver Metallic (1D6), Super White (040) and pre-primed ready for paint. If a colour is not available, pre-primed will be offered and will require painting. This sleek and tough canopy designed to meld seamlessly with the current HiLux has a …

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Five pins make a strike

This is where I can start to explain the feature of the Trophy Ridge React sight called Smart Pin Technology. When I first heard of this feature I admit I was wary and sceptical of its capabilities. All the archer has to do is manually sight the first pin at 20 yards and lock it in. Then as you sight …

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Wilson Soft Shell Jacket

WITH winter in full swing, Wilson has released its Soft Shell Jacket. This full-length, Australian-sized jacket is made from specific materials designed to stop the wind from breaking through the outer layer and getting into your under layers of clothing and cooling you down. The jacket is also water resistant and fitted out with waterproof zippers to provide a degree …

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Brisbane Boat Show 2016

It will have lots to offer for both the experienced boatie and those new to the lifestyle. Education and entertainment again play a big part in ensuring the show provides a great day out. While the boats remain the show’s heroes, also expect to be able to get all your gear for your boating and fishing needs. This year the show will …

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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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Techniice High-Performance Cooler Bag

AT last, a soft cooler bag has been developed that actually keeps ice properly. Drawing on its extensive experience in thermal energy, Techniice has developed these new high-performance cooler bags. The new cooler bags utilise extremely thick, solid, but flexible compound insulation panels in the walls, lid and base. This is in addition to using a heavy-duty white vinyl reflective exterior …

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Bowhunting Hare in the Mary Valley

Used in conjunction with a glow peep it allows the hunter to sight prey and release an arrow accurately towards the target in darkness. The more practice, the better the overall results. I’d like to add that this particular sight has the added feature of calculating your pins for distance accuracy. It can be as simple as manually adjusting your …

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Creamy Honey Mustard Rabbit Casserole

This wonderful rabbit casserole is even better served for dinner the night following cooking because the flavours intensify overnight. Serve with fresh beans or on a bed of mash. This casserole can also be cooked in the oven in a heatproof dish or on the stovetop. Ingredients 1.5kg wild rabbit legs 4 washed potatoes, roughly chopped 200g shallots, peeled 3 …

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