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While most people tend to opt for a sleeping bag as part of their sleeping system, I opted for a down quilt made by the good folk at Enlightened Equipment. At the time I was looking for something to sleep in at night, I really wasn’t sure if I wanted a sleeping bag. Some of...Read More
Prior to our trip to New Zealand, I was fortunate enough to be supplied with some freeze-dried meals from Tasmanian based company Camper’s Pantry. Camper’s Pantry has only been in existence for a little over 12 months now where they began their offering with freeze-dried vegetables. I reviewed the veggies back in late 2016 and...Read More
If you are looking for a shorter alternative to the Olinda Falls and Valley Circuit, then this is the hike for you. Now, you can start this hike from a number of locations, but we decided to start it from the Valley Picnic Ground. Heading down Georges Track (located to the right when you arrive...Read More
Located in the north-east section of the Bunyip State Park, the Freemans Mill Walking Track is a 14km return hike that includes a large campground at the halfway mark. Starting at the Aqueduct Track at the make-shift car park under the power lines, head north for a kilometre until you come to a sign heading...Read More
The great thing about Olinda, and the RJ Hamer Arboretum, is that there are so many tracks and trails to walk. You can literally make up whatever track you want. Last weekend, I took a group out from the Meetup group to walk from the Valley Picnic Ground to Eagles Nest Picnic Ground and back....Read More