Shaun Whale gives REDARC his top tips for getting away at Christmas to make the busiest time of the year a memorable one on the road for your family.
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.
Freelance photographer Salty Davenport uses REDARC's range of power conversion products to fuel his Western Australia adventure.
The crew from My Aussie Travel Guide with a cracking Sausage Curry recipe and a few helpful hints on how to make the most of your leftover camp food.
With the Easter break knocking on our door, chances are you’ve already packed and are counting down the minutes to Thursday. Preparation for your Easter trip on the road maybe something you have put off, or are planning to do last minute – here are 13 tips to help you prepare for our road trip!
For many people, Easter is a time to get away from the daily grind for the first time during the year - it’s a chance to roll out the swag, pitch a tent, set up a camper, or hitch up the caravan and head away for 4 days of fun. Whether you head bush, chase a river setting, or maybe your favourite caravan park, Easter brings with it a tradition of sorts. Here is one of our favourites that you can try this Easter, and who knows, it might become your family’s favourite Easter Tradition.
Fancy going away this Easter? It’s probably one of the only times you’ll get away with the family and it’s a perfect time to visit your favourite camp destinations or be bold enough to explore a new one. Yep, the sacred four-day weekend is a pretty good opportunity to go away in our books. We share some of the best tips as well as how to keep the Easter spirit alive on the road.