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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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Making Herstory: A beginners guide to camping as a solo female
Making Herstory: A beginners guide to camping as a solo female
Stuck in the middle was a female only 5-night camping event in the East MacDonnell Ranges. Woman including REDARC's Marketing Manager, Tennille Reed came from all corners of the country for the event. In this blog we hear the story behind the event, hear about a world record attempt and find out what a first-time camper learned from the experience.
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A message from Anthony
A message from Anthony

In September 2017, my wife Michele and I will be celebrating 20 years since purchasing REDARC Electronics back in 1997. REDARC was founded by Electronics Engineer, Bob Mackie in 1979 and we were very fortunate to be able to purchase the business from Bob’s family. It’s sometimes hard to believe that 20 years ago we were operating out of a tin shed in Lonsdale, South Australia with just eight employees.

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The ideal dual battery setup for your Landcruiser
The ideal dual battery set-up for your Landcruiser

Choosing a 4WD is only the beginning. The real challenge is setting the vehicle up with the modifications and accessories that will deliver reliable power all year round. Read how here.

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Team Bitzamissin take on the Sh!tbox rally
Team Bitzamissin take on the Sh!tbox rally

Shi!box Rally is not a race, rather a challenge to achieve the unthinkable; to drive cars worth $1,000 across Australia via some of its most arduous roads, all in the name of charity.

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