MrTruck Reviews the BCDC1212T Dump Trailer Battery Charger

MrTruck knows better than many the hassle of having to charge your dump trailer battery from 110V mains power. To free his trailer from the hassle of AC mains charging, he chose REDARC’s purpose-built DC-to-DC dump trailer charger, the BCDC1212T. 

How Much Solar Do You Need To Power A Campervan Off-Grid?

How much solar power does your campervan need? All your solar power questions are answered here. 

Ultimate Checklist: How To Pack Light For Family Camping

Space can be limited when planning a family camping check. Check out these this ultimate list on how to pack light for your next trip. 

How To Keep Bread Fresh While Camping

Don't compromise on fresh bread while camping! Avoid mouldy bread and see our hacks to keep bread fresh while camping & try our delicious campfire damper recipe. 

Our Guide To Luxuries That Make Camping Glamping

Elevate your camping set-up with our glamping guide. Learn how to bring comfort to even the most remote camping experience.

How to keep beer cold while camping

Practical tips for keeping your beer icy while camping. Whether it’s from an esky, cooler, chilly bin or fridge - cheers to the perfect beer in the great outdoors!

Three tips for a successful New Zealand Easter road trip

Easter weekend is the perfect excuse to plan a road trip so planning is vital to make the most of it. 

New Caravan Standards AS/NZS3001.2:2022

REDARC Electronics acknowledge and fully support the new standard introduced in AS/NZS3001.2:2022, which address various aspects of the electrical system safety in RVs (Caravans, Motor Homes, and Camper trailers).

Organisation on the road

For extended touring adventures, keep things organised with this blog from REDARC. Effective organisation ensures easy access to your everyday essentials and usually ends up providing more space for cooking, sleeping, storage and power.

overland travellers canning stock route rundown

We spoke to Overland Travellers to hear a bit about their recent trip along the Canning Stock Route that runs from Halls Creek in the Kimberley region of Western Australia to Wiluna in the mid-west region.