Australian Made Camping Gear

There is no better time to buy Australian Made. Every time you buy local products it supports Australian jobs and boosts our economy. Plus you know you will be getting a quality product built to last.

I have spent some time scouring the internet looking for Australian Made products for campers. I have found these products which may be ideal for your next adventure.

Blacksmith Camping Supplies

Keep all your belongings neat and tidy with hand-made canvas bags from Blacksmith Camping Supplies.  They have canvas bags for everything from portaloos to coffee supplies. According to Blacksmith Camping Supplies their canvas bags are built as rugged as grandpa’s boots and constructed with breathable, UV protected polycotton canvas. Find Blacksmith Camping Supplies here.

Travel Buddy

Can’t survive in the bush without your meat pie? Travel Buddy is a sturdy oven that you can take anywhere. It simply plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter and you can heat your meal while you travel. Find the Travel Buddy here.

 

 

Tred – Total Recovery Extraction Device

If you are the adventurous type and like to hit the 4wd tracks to find the perfect campground then I recommend getting some recovery gear.  TRED is designed to get your four-wheel drive out of trouble when you have no traction. They are engineered and manufactured in Australia. Our TRED’s have gotten us out of some sticky situations on numerous occasions. Find TRED’s here.

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Aussie Outback Supplies – Swags

AOS has been around for almost 30 years and are a family-owned and run business. These swags are made from Bradmill Canvas and are one of the highest quality swags on the market. They are designed and manufactured in Perth and come with a 10-year warranty. How is that for a warranty? Find Aussie Outback Supplies here.

Southern Metal Spinners – Camp Ovens

Food tastes better when it is cooked on an open fire. Wouldn’t you agree? Cooking with a camp oven is a great Aussie tradition.  These camp ovens are great value for money and they will have you enjoying bush tucker in no time! Find Southern Metal Spinners here.

Cutlery Box

Keep your cutlery together in this Cutlery Box. It is a good size which means you can also fit in other utensils. There are six compartments, room for a sharp knife, tongs and peeler. Oh and don’t forget the bottle opener because who doesn’t like a little drink while they are watching the sunset! The Cutlery Box is durable as it has stood up to us 4wding over some rough tracks. The box also seals which keeps the cutlery clean and free from dust and the pesky Aussie bugs! Find Creative Camping Solutions here.

Camping Cutlery Box

Wilderness Wear

Wilderness Wear designs and manufactures premium outdoor clothing. They started off making socks in Tasmania and now they have expanded their range. Growing up in a wheat and sheep area I love the fact they are supporting farmers by using Merino wool in a lot of their products. As Wilderness Wear says Australian owned and manufactured equals 200% Australian! Find Wilderness Wear here.

Bushman Repellent

No flies on me mate! When a product is developed by a chemist living in the Tropics you know they are going to develop a top repellent. Unfortunately camping in the Aussie bush means you are going to come across some little bugs.  Bushman Repellent is long-lasting and effective. Find Bushman Repellent here.

Ugg Boots

Winter is here and there is no better time to slip on a pair of Ugg boots to keep your feet warm. Having soft natural sheepskin on your feet while you are camping is luxurious. You can view the wide range of Original Ugg Boots available here.

Navigator Gear

After travelling on rough roads, Navigator founders discovered there was a need to keep all your supplies together neat and tidy.  They designed stylish products suitable for campers. Many of these storage solutions can be attached to your awning for easy access. Find Navigator Gear here.

Travel Journal

Planning a trip and want to keep the children occupied? Get them to document their adventures in this beautiful travel journal from Travelling with Kids. There are 80 pages where the kids can draw, add photos, write and document their daily experiences. They will have long lasting memories of their summer holidays for years to come. Find the Travel Journal here.

Outback Campers

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Dixie has had this tent for over twenty years, we sure have got our monies worth out of it! It is quick and easy to set up. The pyramid style tent allows you to stand up inside, perfect for getting changed in.  For a 2-3 person tent, it is very spacious.  Outback Campers makes quality that lasts. Find Outback Campers here.

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3 thoughts on “Australian Made Camping Gear

  1. I LOVE camping gear, but we don’t actually camp – go figure that. We do like to get away though and cook in the great outdoors…which is my excuse every time I’m drawn into a camping store. Love some of these products – & they’re Aussie!

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