November 2016

  1. Hema HX-1 Navigator Review

    Hema HX-1 Navigator Review

    Hema HX-1 Navigator in 4WD

    Ok ok ok… I admit it… I love tech stuff. It’s so fun! New gadgets just make my day! And when you combine tech and off-road exploring... SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!! So when the Chart and Map shop contacted me offering a Hema HX-1 Naviagtor to play with… well… the conversation went something like this:

    Them on the phone to me sitt

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  2. Stay Safe While Four Wheel Driving this Wet Season

    Stay Safe While Four Wheel Driving this Wet Season

    Satellite image of a cyclone during wet season in Australia

    Western Australia’s coastline between Broome and Exmouth is the most cyclone-prone region in Australia. The tropical cyclone season between November and April can see an average of five tropical cyclones in the area. Two of these will cross the coast and one will be severe. Of all the severe cyclones in Australia since 1970, 75% were in WA. If you are planning a four wheel drive trip around WA’s top end during the we

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  3. 5 Ways to Decorate your Home with Vintage Travel Posters

    5 Ways to Decorate your Home with Vintage Travel Posters

    Vintage Travel Posters

    You might have heard us mention it once or twice; we’re into travel. All kinds of travel. From present day to the golden era of travel a century ago.

    This little travel obsession has led us to stock iconic vintage posters all telling stories of travel from another time. World War One propaganda posters made way for travel posters depicting country and ci

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  4. 10 Must Visit Spots in WA

    10 Must Visit Spots in WA

    Beautiful Australian beach at sunset

    We have travelled far and wide to show the kids our great state (and fill their souvenir coin wallet), but I’ll admit we usually camp in regional towns despite the FWD and off-road camper trailer. Hard-core four wheel drivers wouldn’t even consider us real campers, but I’m not too proud to admit I like to stay in caravan parks for their hot showers.

    One of the few times I abandoned my rule was a long weekend at Sandy Cape near Lancel

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  1. Hema HX-1 Navigator Review

    Hema HX-1 Navigator Review

    Hema HX-1 Navigator in 4WD

    Ok ok ok… I admit it… I love tech stuff. It’s so fun! New gadgets just make my day! And when you combine tech and off-road exploring... SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!! So when the Chart and Map shop contacted me offering a Hema HX-1 Naviagtor to play with… well… the conversation went something like this:

    Them on the phone to me sitt

    Continue reading

  2. Stay Safe While Four Wheel Driving this Wet Season

    Stay Safe While Four Wheel Driving this Wet Season

    Satellite image of a cyclone during wet season in Australia

    Western Australia’s coastline between Broome and Exmouth is the most cyclone-prone region in Australia. The tropical cyclone season between November and April can see an average of five tropical cyclones in the area. Two of these will cross the coast and one will be severe. Of all the severe cyclones in Australia since 1970, 75% were in WA. If you are planning a four wheel drive trip around WA’s top end during the we

    Continue reading

  3. 5 Ways to Decorate your Home with Vintage Travel Posters

    5 Ways to Decorate your Home with Vintage Travel Posters

    Vintage Travel Posters

    You might have heard us mention it once or twice; we’re into travel. All kinds of travel. From present day to the golden era of travel a century ago.

    This little travel obsession has led us to stock iconic vintage posters all telling stories of travel from another time. World War One propaganda posters made way for travel posters depicting country and ci

    Continue reading

  4. 10 Must Visit Spots in WA

    10 Must Visit Spots in WA

    Beautiful Australian beach at sunset

    We have travelled far and wide to show the kids our great state (and fill their souvenir coin wallet), but I’ll admit we usually camp in regional towns despite the FWD and off-road camper trailer. Hard-core four wheel drivers wouldn’t even consider us real campers, but I’m not too proud to admit I like to stay in caravan parks for their hot showers.

    One of the few times I abandoned my rule was a long weekend at Sandy Cape near Lancel

    Continue reading

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