The Outback is a pretty special place for us 4WDers. At first glance nothing but salt bush and dust paints the landscape, so you could be forgiven for thinking there’s nothing out there. But dig deeper and you’ll find some of the best camping and 4WD touring nestled in this pocket of the country.
We provide a guide on what you should know before you go water crossings. But before you hit the road, it is important to know what your vehicle's wading depth is. Check your air intake, exhaust manifold height, and how low your alternator sits. This way you’ll know what needs to be considered when tackling a water crossing.
One of the most common questions that prospective camper trailer or caravan owners have is about how large a battery and power system they will need. It seems that many RV manufacturers are trying to add the latest functionality just for the sake of it or to outdo their competitor. Is it really adding value to our RVs?
Sand driving requires a certain set of skills that, once attained, will open some of the most enjoyable and scenic drives in the country. Step one, lower tyre pressure; step two, load up a shovel and some traction boards; step three, have fun. We share some driving tips ready for your next sandy 4WD adventure.
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.