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What is a night of celebration for us can be a nightmare for our dogs, as with their senses able to pick up a lot more on the sounds, smells and flashes they perceive it to be a dangerous situation and want to get away....

Road trips are great fun, but maybe there are some issues such as it is not so easy to be healthy, the driver gets super tired and kids and adults alike can get bored at times. Here are some tips I’ve put together so you...

When the conditions get moist out on trails, mountain biking gets tricky. It certainly isn’t for everyone, but personally, I can’t get enough of it. I worked in Scotland for a few years after finishing university and the trails over there get some pretty heavy...

You probably think you’ve got this covered, at school you learnt what you’re supposed to do to protect your skin (slip, slop, slap, seek and slide) and that’s that… Well I thought so too but was recently informed I was way off! Turns out I...

Many Aussies and international tourists alike assume that to see the outback, you need a real heavy-duty vehicle that can handle the harsh Australian conditions. They spend a fortune hiring a 4WD, then drive it over to Alice Springs or Uluru and it never leaves...

Avocados, so delicious when made into guacamole, or simply spread onto toast with a bit of salt, but did you realise they were a lot more versatile than that? Over the world people are eating them in many ways that you might not imagine, but...

Fishing with a single rod requires patience and precision. I know my limitations as a kayak fisho, and I know these are two things I am lacking. That is why on my kayak I opt for a “shotgun style”. I have three rod holders, so...

A few years ago, the regional government opened several reservoirs in South Australia to recreational fishos. This was welcome news to fishos who live in the region like myself. With the introduction of new coastal fishing restrictions in 2014, I thought I would take the...

The Aboriginal icon and Australian treasure, Uluru, is a major draw for domestic and international tourists alike. The government has recently announced that climbing the rock will be forbidden early next year, but there are plenty of other ways to see Uluru in all its...

Whether you get away in your motorhome for just a couple of weekends a year, or spend months on end living out of it, there are plenty of gadgets out there to make your life easier. I am a bit of a gadget head and...