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Tips for First Time Campers

Category: News, Date: 1 June 2023

Did you make any silly mistakes on your first camping trip? Tell us in the comments!

Embarking on your first camping adventure can be an exhilarating and transformative experience, immersing you in the wonders of the great outdoors.

However, without proper guidance, the thrill of sleeping under the stars can quickly turn into a series of frustrating mishaps.

That’s why we’ve reached out to seasoned campers, those who have weathered countless trips and conquered the wilderness, to gather their invaluable advice for first-time campers.

From packing essentials to avoiding common pitfalls, these seasoned outdoor enthusiasts are here to ensure that your inaugural camping expedition is a resounding success.

So, gather ’round the campfire and let these camping gurus enlighten you with their tried-and-true wisdom, guaranteeing an unforgettable adventure amidst nature’s embrace.

See what the pros had to say here:

  • Ensure you have dry socks for survival.
  • Set up camp before drinking and take your time to enjoy.
  • Check the functionality of your equipment before leaving.
  • Pack only what you need and unpack anything unused after three times.
  • Bring extra water and toilet paper.
  • Put up the tent before drinking.
  • Take plenty of beer.
  • Be aware of potential dangers in the surroundings.
  • Remember to bring dunny paper (toilet paper).
  • Have a sense of adventure and keep it simple.
  • Pack warm clothing and necessary items like track pants, slides, socks, and a jacket.
  • Don’t overpack; bring essentials.
  • Take your rubbish back home.
  • Don’t forget your pillow and avoid sleeping with cold feet.
  • Disconnect from technology and enjoy nature.

“Take plenty of beer and clean up before leaving”

  • Set up a generator or display it prominently to deter others from camping too close.
  • Be cautious and considerate of others.
  • Consider staying in a hotel or a more comfortable accommodation option.
  • Save up for a motorhome or caravan.
  • Meal prep and pack enough food.
  • Take plenty of beer and clean up before leaving.
  • Make a checklist and do a trial run in your backyard.
  • Make sure your tent is complete and functional.
  • Be cautious of potential theft and use deterrents like visible karaoke machines.
  • Camp away from trees with falling branches and bodies of water.
  • Take matches, especially if you’re a non-smoker.
  • Pack extra beer for unexpected situations.
  • Prioritize safety, first aid, and emergency plans.
  • Have a proper first aid kit and know basic first aid techniques.
  • Mark the nearest point for phone reception on a map.
  • Don’t forget basic necessities like can openers, batteries, and matches.
  • Get out there and enjoy camping.
  • When it rains, look for the rainbow.
  • Make a list of items you could have used and pack accordingly for future trips.
  • Opt for cans instead of stubbies (short beer bottles) for convenience.
  • Consider the weather conditions before camping in winter.
  • Leave the campsite cleaner than you found it.
  • Remember essentials like flashlights, alcohol, and insect repellent (Aeroguard).
  • Seek advice from experienced campers and research camping resources online.

Please note that some comments were humorous and may not be practical or applicable to everyone’s preferences.

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