GPS devices use satellites to monitor your position. They are quickly becoming the standard navigation devices for all kinds of travel. They're great for planning out journeys, allowing drivers to drop way points and save trips, and contain massive amounts of data that simply can't be displayed on printed maps; points of interest, camp sites, petrol stations and so on.
How often have you seen a post shared on social media that makes you shake your head in disbelief because some idiot has destroyed a campground performing drunken doughnuts in their 4WD? We give a little insight on 4WDriving and taking care of the tracks.
If you’ve prepared for the unexpected, then you’ll have had the foresight to take a first aid course before you headed out into the Great Outdoors. So you should be able to provide a competent first response to many incidents and injuries. But are you prepared?
Driving the Madigan Line-Outback QLD. This area is remote and being well equipped and experienced at desert travel and 4WDing is essential. Any recovery from out here is time-consuming and very expensive. While the route was easy to follow on our trip, conditions may differ and cover the tracks.