For anyone who has seen Outback Australia, they will tell you that Australia pretty much has it all. Gorges, rapid rivers, secret hide-a-ways, rainforests, snow, fishing; you name it. Australia is the ultimate mecca for any adventurist. However, the catch-22 is that these places aren’t always easy to get to and aren’t always just a stone throw away from where you are staying. Danny Bosch, who runs Danny’s 4WD Adventures, explains how his set-up has been designed for the ultimate adventurer, and the vehicle accessories he has installed to ensure he has all the essentials.
When capturing that perfect picture, it’s not just the camera equipment you need to worry about but also the vehicle in tow. His work often requires going out to treacherous places and remote locations. For this, he needs a vehicle set-up he can rely on, a home-away-from-home that he can station himself whilst he waits for that perfect photograph that calls to him.With a lot of trial and error, he’s nailed down a photojournalist’s dream rig. Read on to find out more.
There are five things you need to consider if you want to survive the bush; water, food, fuel, radio/mobile communication and how you will get enough reception to watch your favourite game of footy! Ok, maybe not the fifth one but certainly there’s one thing that underlies the other four and that’s having the correct electrical set-up for your vehicle. So how do you go about transforming your vehicle into an electrical beast and save on fuel at the same time? Stuart Peddle tells you how.
What makes a rig unbeatable, and truly the best-touring set-up around? Is it knowing what you want from the get go? Buying brand new with all the bells and whistles? Or buying someone’s old pride and joy and adding your own personal touches?
When selecting the correct tow vehicle and caravan set-up, sometimes peace of mind wins out, as we found out from Carmine!