Author: John Steele

It may be an inflated bladder or a soft foam. It may be cylindrical, spherical or flat. Fenders are your best protection from expensive and unexpected damage to your boat. These bumpers absorb the shock of vessel movement so that neither your boat nor what...

Queensland can be a tough competitor in the boating world because of its scenic beauty, plenty of fish biting and World Heritage-hugging waterways. Whether you own a yacht, a houseboat, cruiser or a tall ship, there are many premier marinas where you can park, relax...

Camping entails living the simple life. However, there’s one aspect of the experience that campers still struggle with — campfire cooking. The absence of modern cooking appliances seemingly makes the task of creating meals much more complicated. Don’t lose hope, though. It’s very possible to...

Are you planning to go on a camping holiday soon? With the many camping accommodations to choose from, one fun option is a camping trailer. This the perfect compromise for those who want something more solid than a tent but less expensive than a camper...

If you're new to caravanning, you might find packing and preparing for it a little overwhelming and daunting. You can easily get lost in the list of things to bring, from the essentials, food and drinks to gadgets. To help you get through the initial...

Technology is undeniably a big part of our daily lives, whether it’s work or play. With the huge influence of technology on our day-to-day activities, this doesn’t exclude boating. There are so many apps now that are designed specifically for every boating need — from...

A typical camping experience often involves pitching a tent in the great outdoors and surviving on very few modern amenities. However, there are campers who have taken the experience to the next level: self-sufficient camping. This means camping in remote areas without running water, toilets,...

The Northern Territory is a haven for boaters. The state’s vivid blue waters and tropical climate make it suitable for boating, swimming and other water adventures. In fact, the Northern Territory has some of the best sailing and fishing spots in all of Australia. Here...

Australia’s island state has a diverse coastline. As such, boating in Tasmania lends itself to a variety of experiences — from sailing the high seas to fishing in rivers and streams. Tassie is divided into five parts, and each of these areas provides boaters with...

With a total coastline of 5,000km, boating in South Australia isn’t simply a popular hobby — it’s a lifestyle. South Australia’s cool temperate waters make it ideal for cruising, sailing, fishing and a lot of other water-themed activities. Crystal-clear waters also mean you can easily...