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Travel Outback Australia review REDARC’s Dual Battery Charger
Travel Outback Australia review REDARC’s Dual Battery Charger

Gary and Amanda are the dynamic duo and media mavens of Travel Outback Australia. They have an unrelenting passion for nature, adventure, travelling and most importantly the Australian outback, recently we gave them one of our BCDC Dual Battery Chargers to trial, here’s what they had to say about it.

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How to choose the right solar panel for free camping
How to choose the right solar panel for free camping

It’s no secret that adding solar to your campsite proves to be one of the easiest and efficient ways to get that extra bit of power back into your batteries so you can keep on drinking those cold beers and stay that extra night at your favourite remote destination.

But if you’re new to this concept or are only just starting to consider it, choosing the right solar solution can be confusing and even overwhelming. After all, solar technology has come such a long way that there are hundreds of brands out there in various options, sizes and prices.

So we have taken out some of the guesswork for you by creating a quiz to help you find out which solar solution is best based on your travelling lifestyle.

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Taking the Power of REDARC to Tasmania
Taking the Power of REDARC to Tasmania

Caleb is a versatile freelance photographer based in Perth, Western Australia. His nomadic spirit ensures he is frequently roaming across Country & the World as often as possible. In this latest blog, he details his experience to Tasmania and the products he used to get him there.

 

The land of Ta...

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Getting to know Justin Montesalvo
Getting to know Justin Montesalvo

As The Camper Trailer of the Year winners four years running, the Queensland based juggernaut that is Patriot Campers continue to smash it out of the water. We sat down with the brains behind this operation, Justin Montesalvo, to talk about how this now iconic business was born and his proudest moments since launching the brand only four years ago.

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The Gathering Folk Head Around The Block
The Gathering Folk Head Around The Block

Dean, Shay and their young Aussie family from The Gathering Folk who are self-proclaimed new-age hippies bought a farm and are now looking to learn from real, self-sufficient Australian's from all across the country on how to survive and thrive in their own space. To help share their experiences they've started a video series and recently documented their trip preparation for REDARC on how they have powered their five-month cross country pilgrimage.

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Travel Outback Australia review the Tow-Pro Elite electric brake controller
Travel Outback Australia review the Tow-Pro Elite electric brake controller

Gary and Amanda from Travel Outback Australia installed a  Tow-Pro Elite electric brake controller before their most recent adventure, in our latest blog we hear their thoughts on it.

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The REDARC of Tomorrow
The REDARC of Tomorrow

In the first two blogs of this series, we focused on the past and present, following the journey which began from humble beginnings in a tin-shed, to winning the Telstra Business of the year award, acquiring Hummingbird Electronics and so much more. All of this has helped form the foundations of who REDARC are today and in the 4th and final instalment of our 20 Years Strong series we talk about the elements that will pave the way for growth into the future.

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Powering Progress
Powering Progress

REDARC have been powered by progress during the 20 years of Anthony and Michele Kittel's ownership. We take a look at some of the key milestone moments.

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A look at REDARC's past
A look at REDARC's past

The REDARC story first began when Anthony and Michele Kittel decided to purchase the business following the premature death of its founder Robert ‘Bob’ Mackie Williams.

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8 Tips from a first-time camper
8 Tips from a first-time camper

REDARC's Tennille Reed had never been on a serious outback adventure before the Stuck In The Middle, a female only camping event in the East MacDonnell Ranges. In this blog, she reflects on 8 things she learned along her journey.

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