Australia’s Great Ocean Road on the southern Victorian coastline is home to the surf capital of country, the ancient cool-climate Otway rain forest and the notorious Shipwreck Coast. We’re half way through putting together a travel guide for the Great Ocean Road, of course covering the famous Twelve Apostles & infamous Loch Ard Gorge, so you know exactly where to stop on your Great Ocean Road trip.
Slash your own track through the forest with this superior quality stainless steel Japanese Nata Tool from Barebones.
Fitted with a 12 inch (just over 30cms) blade and a hardwood handle with copper accents, giving this machete a vintage and traditional Japanese style. This is a beautifully crafted Nata tool that’s made to last and delivered in well presented gift box.
Made from the best materials and built strong to withstand tough conditions, so much so that it comes with a one year warranty.
The Forest Lantern from Barebones is a premium LED camping light, not only because it’s brighter and last longer than you’re average lantern of this size, but due to it’s beautiful steel design!
You can never have enough lighting and when you’re ready to improve the quality of it as well as the aesthetics of your campsite, this camping lantern is well worth considering.
Made from heavy duty carbon steel with a Beech wood handle, yet only 600grams makes this one tough, compact camping axe that’s ready for you to hang from your pack next time you’re out on a hike.
This lightweight camping axe comes with a sheath so you can safely lug it around or throw it in the back of the car with less risk of it’s sharp steal blade causing mayhem.
The choice of superior quality materials means that this compact axe isn’t just tough, but it looks great and will only look better with a bit of use. If weight doesn’t matter too much and you won’t be taking it hiking, then take a look at this field hatchet or larger camping axe.
Made from one solid bit of stainless steel wrapped in a hardwood handle, copper accents and a waxed canvas sheath, this superior quality camping knife doesn’t only present brilliantly, it’s as tough as nails.
Acting as a multi-tool, one side of the blade is serrated, the other straight, there’s a bottle opener and twine cutter although the one thing making this camping knife a cut above the rest is the solid pounding block at the base of the knifes handle.
Cut your canvas, snip the twine, smash the pegs into the ground with the pounding block then use the bottle opener to enjoy a beer at the end of it all with this ultimate camping knife from Barebones.
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This has got to be one of the most lightweight sleeping mats on the market that is still comfortable, durable and looks good.
Introducing the Static V Ultralight SL from Klymit, it’s their lightest sleeping pad for sale that has the comfortable V design and we absolutely recommend it!
Not only is it built to be light and make it a bit easier to carry on the hike itself, the Klymit V design also makes it super comfortable by spreading your weight and increasing the support.
This is our highest recommended lightweight sleeping pad to take hiking.
Upgrade from a spare tent peg to this stainless steel lid lifter that’s specifically designed for cast iron cooking gear.
Cast iron pots and pans makes camping a whole lot better ..& easier. Take a look at our full range of cast iron cookware.
Cook for the entire campground with this large cast iron crock pot from Barebones.
Made to last with the heavy duty cast iron, spend a bit more and enjoy the convenience of this high quality large camping cooking pot for decades to come!
Prepare your meal as though you’re at home cooking for all the troops, then have the ability to put this pot straight on the fire. Of course it might be smarter to sit the pot onto some coals or by the side of the campfire, but being made of cast iron, it’s your call because this thing can go anywhere!
Cooking on the campfire becomes a whole lot easier with a frying pan and this one is a little beauty.
Made from durable cast iron, weighing in under 3kgs, less than 40cms long when you measure the furthest straight distance and cheaper than a box of beer, make sure you get this small frying pan before you next camping trip and you should have it for decades to come.
Ideal for pancakes, a few patties, eggs or half a dozen sausages, although if you’re looking to cook some larger meals then it’s worth taking a look at Barebones medium size or large camping frying pan.