How will you travel around Australia?

If you want to spend some time travelling around Australia then there are various ways you could choose to travel. You could choose to take a tent or a caravan or a camper trailer on your travels. Each of these have advantages and disadvantages. Travelling with a tent A tent is always the cheapest option, and carrying minimal gear will allow you to go off-trail and to reach almost anywhere in the country that you want to explore. Read More 

3 considerations for buying caravan awning spares

Whether you've gone full out with a top of the line RV, or if you just bought a small run-around for the weekend, damage is an unfortunate but often inevitable part of caravan ownership. One of the most common parts to go wrong is the awning. Comprised of small parts which can be prone to becoming lose and falling out, as well as larger parts which are easily broken, the awning is a prone to these problems. Read More 

3 Important Reasons to Buy a Four-Stroke Outboard Instead of a Two-Stroke

Buying an outboard engine for your boat is no walk in the park. There are a whole host of important factors to consider, and one of the most significant decisions is whether to pick up a two-stroke engine or a four-stroke engine. These two types of outboard engine are based around the same principles of internal combustion, but they are engineered to perform very differently. Essentially, a two-stroke engine uses an intake and an exhaust stroke, so all air, fuel and combustion materials are moved during those two strokes. Read More 

5 Tips for Saving Money When You Buy a Boat

A boat offers a wonderful way to spend time on the weekends or when you're not working, but this hobby can get expensive. Want to save money? Keep these ideas in mind the next time you're looking at boats for sale.  1. Skip the Motor Motorised boats aren't the only option. If you want to save money, you may want to opt for a sailboat, a raft or a similar type of boat that doesn't have a motor. Read More 

The Care & Feeding Of Synthetic Tennis Courts

If you've finally got the time, space and money for the home tennis court of your dreams, you're probably wondering how best to maintain it once it's been installed. Artificial or synthetic grass tennis courts are usually a much more hard-wearing, longer-lasting and lower-maintenance choice than a lawn requiring a great deal of mowing and looking after, but it does come with a few challenges all of its own! If you're wondering what you'll have to do to maintain a synthetic grass court, read on. Read More