Off-Road Touring, Adventure Travel & Outback Tech Tips — Outback roads

The Importance of Outback Communications

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The Importance of Outback Communications
Travelling the outback can throw up all sorts of unexpected situations and being able to communicate with others is extremely important. Whether it’s to get in touch with the RFDS, family or friends in emergency situations, when you’re in areas beyond the reach of mobile communications, an alternative is required.

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Driving In Mud

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Driving In Mud
Australia’s dry and dusty tracks will quickly turn driving in the mud into slick mudslides after a bit of rain, when this happens it’s time for a different approach. The Hema Map Patrol team share with you their tips and tricks for 4WDriving in the mud.

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Golden Way, the Holland Track- WA

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Golden Way, the Holland Track- WA
Whether you’re keen for off-road 4WDriving tracks, mud and sandplains or prefer to stick to formed gravel, the John Holland Way and the Holland Track in Western Australia rewards travellers with their pristine natural beauty.

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Tips for Long Outback Drives

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Tips for Long Outback Drives

Playing it safe is the smartest option when it comes to remote area travel. More often than not a few little driving techniques can smooth out the ride. The Hema Map Patrol team provides three important tips you should consider when driving your 4WD on outback roads.

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