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Paddy Pallin spondonicals. We used these in the 1970s to lift our billies off the campfire.
Back In The Day
Classic A-shape tent of the 1920s. Love the lightweight poles.
Battle Of Stalingrad
Those Were The Days
Those were the days.
Well-equipped bushwalkers in the Yarra Valley, Victoria, 1919. Every bushwalker should cary an axe.
Surly Long Haul Trucker
Therm-a-Rest Trekker Chair Sleeve. One of the best things I ever bought. Makes camping out a pleasure.
The Paddy Pallin Feathertop 900 sleeping bag. This is the bag I currently use on most of my walks and I love it. A beautiful design.
Big Agnes Emerald. Two person. My favourite lightweight hiking tent.
Sierra Designs Stretch Dome. For year and years this was my favourite snow-camping tent.
Gramicci Original G Quick-Dry Shorts. Probably the best walking shorts around.
Organic Chili Recipe
Mary Janes Farm Organic Chili con Carne. Love it.
Battery Operated Lanterns
Lanterns For Sale
Black Diamond Equipment
Black Diamond Spot Head-torch. Does what its supposed to do and does it without any problems. What more could you ask for in a head-torch?
I've gone through a few hydration units in the past and I gotta say that this is my favourite model so far. The Camelbak Antidote Reservoir (3L). Don't leave home without one.
Search And Rescue
Back To Nature
The new SPOT PLB. Lighter and more user-friendly than its predecessor.
This was the original SPOT device I bought. We carry it on all of our walks these days. Hope to never use it though! To be honest it really isn't a friendly design but it did the job.
I've used this Garmin 60CSx hand-held GPS for the last six years. Great piece of tech. This unit is what all of our GPS files are created from.
Black Diamond Ultra Distance Z-Pole. THE best and lightest walking poles out there. Period.
Best Tents For Camping
Best Lightweight Sleeping Bag
Cooking For A Group
Red Dot Design
The Jetboil Ti. Currently my favourite stove. Very light, easy to use, easy to clean and boils faster than you can say "is it boiling yet?". This baby makes eating out a pleasure.
Diy Kitchen Appliances
MSR XGK. Probably the most used stove I've ever owned. Went through three of these suckers over maybe 20 years. Burns anything. Petrol, kerosene, bundy and cokes. Awsome piece of kit.
Camping And Hiking
MSR Dragonfly. Still use this and it never lets me down.
The original Cyclops Roc by Berghaus. Around about 1972 I think.
Old And New
The classic Macpac Torre (original) and the wonderful Macpac Cascade (right). Both packs were constructed from canvas and were awsome.
Classic A frame rucksack, introduced by Paddy Pallin after WW2. I used a hand-me-down one of these when I first started bushwalking in the early 1970s.
The swag. Classic Australian rucksack design of the 1920s. Rifle optional.
The Scarpa Trek walking boot has been a firm favourite for perhaps 25 years. This is the reborn modern version which thankfully still bares many of the features that have made this one of the worlds most loved boots. Mens and Womens versions are available.
John Muir Trail
Hiking Boots Women
Scarpa Kailash Gore-Tex walking boots. My wife used these to walk the John Muir Trail (California) in 2011. Light and comfortable. She loved them.