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Champagne Pools

One of the most exciting experiences on Fraser Island is finding the Champagne Pools. This spot gets its name from the sparkling ‘champagne’ effect created as the waves crash over the volcanic rock wall.

Campr Tech: Safari ARMAX ECU

The Safari ARMAX Engine Control Unit (ECU) is designed to work your vehicle’s Engine Control Unit resulting in more power, more torque, improved throttle response, all while keeping fuel consumption low. For more information head to the Safari 4×4 website: https://www.safari4x4.com.au/commercial/ecu-engine-control-units

Campr Tech: LINX ARB

LINX is a unique modern controller that declutters the dashboard and centralises the command of vehicle accessories with one sleek and smart driver interface. Built on an expandable platform, LINX will continue to evolve your on and off-road driving experience both now and into the future. For more information about the ARB LINX system explore […]

Buying Your First Van

The joy of buying your first home away from home with Brisbane Camperland.

Somerset Dam

We dive into the deep end at Somerset Dam with our mate Matt Swift.

Top 5 Banana Shire Experiences

From Lake Callide to Kroombit Tops, we discover the Top 5 places to visit in the Banana Shire.

1982 Toyota Landcruiser

Roger Vickery shows us some ARB eye candy, a 1982 Toyota Landcruiser with all the trimmings!

ARB 200 Series

Mark Pearson from ARB Capalaba showcases a 200 Series Landcruiser and all the armour ARB could throw at it in the form of aftermarket accessories.

Campr Tech: Happy Rock Softies Grub

Gladstone-made Happy Rock Softies are gaining a ‘cult following’ in Australia. For information on where to buy these lures check out their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Happyrocksofties/

Campr Tech: ARB Tred Pro

Roger Vickery showcases the Tred Pro from ARB 4×4 Accessories. Designed especially for when you find yourself stuck off road without any help in sight. The Tred Pro is the ultimate recovery device to help you get out of trouble when traction is lost in sand, mud and even snow.