Holland Track

Hema's maps have been a catalyst for many of our adventures, so we're excited to be working together to update a few tracks for their guidebooks, and to create digital tracks and imagery for the Hema Explorer Cloud. First up, Western Australia's Holland Track!

Uniflame Campfire Table

We love our cast iron, and it's no surprise that straight from the coals it doesn't play so well with others. After scorching and melting a variety of tables and boards over the years it seems we've finally found something up for the job.

ARB Track Pack

Time outdoors is often a chance to reconnect with the natural world. It can also be a mud riddled, lizard filled classroom for the next generation of explorers. It's natural to have a short break from the recycling ritual, but with a little prep it can actually be easier not too.

Hema HX-1

Paper maps certainly provide bonnet size context and power free back up - however modern GPS units like the Hema HX-1 offer a kind of "easy" that allows you to relax and soak up the places you are traversing.

Ski the Backcountry

That tiny ice crystals, each and every one unique in shape, can fall from the sky in such quantity as to blanket the ground so perfectly as to smooth out all the imperfections in uniform velvety whiteness, will always be wondrous.

Great Australian Bight

To escape the winter crowds heading north, we turned our wheels in the opposite direction. Inspired by an image of the vast Bilbunya Dunes we hit the maps. We settled on an off-road route from Cocklebiddy, near the SA/WA border, west along the Great Australian Bight, through the Bilbunya Dunes and finally on to Esperance.