With the right know-how and skills, you can survive some of the harshest environments in the world – the Australian bush. Protect yourself and fellow travellers with the information you will need if you become lost on a bush walk or your vehicle breaks down off the beaten track.
According to bush survival experts, your top five priorities when stranded are water, warmth, shelter, signals and food. Learn the tips and techniques to satisfy these priorities through our comprehensive range of books and guides to guarantee your survival.
Known as the ‘Bush Tukka Woman’ author Samantha Martin will show you how and where to source plants and animals. As a descendant of a long line of hunters and gatherers from the east Kimberley region in WA, Samantha shares her knowledge of how to eat off the land and water.
From an open fire to a gas cooker in your camper, this comprehensive book gives you information on the different types of bush cooking gear plus 200 tempting recipes.
Covers 100 skills and techniques on preserving fire, building pit shelters, toolmaking, stone boiling cookery, and trapping and hunting animals with handmade tools and weapons.
This practical guide will enable you to master survival skills from equipment to pack to stay dry and warm to where to find food and water. There is easy to follow information about testing plants for poison before eating to making a compass and treating injuries.
With 600 colour photos, this book explains how to preserve your life in extreme conditions.
Almost indestructible and waterproof this guide will teach you what to put into your kit before you leave home and how to protect your core temperature from extreme weather conditions.
Knowing how to secure food will greatly improve your chances of survival. Learn how to hunt, gather and fish with simple, improvised items.
Learn how to make yourself visible to rescuers through contrast and movement as well as how to leave clues if you are moving.
Suitable for all ages to learn key tips and techniques for surviving in the wilderness.
Well-travelled author, Hugh McManners, provides a wide range of safety information as well as practical tips and ideas on what to do when your safety is under threat out in the bush.
Learn how to prevent, treat and care for illnesses and injuries while outdoors. The waterproof cover and at-a-glance design make it ideal to take with you in case you need a ready guide for wounds and bleeding, resuscitation, bites and poisoning.
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