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Re: favourite app

Post by robcaz » Tue May 03, 2016 7:39 pm

Hi andylet,

Generally in the comments area for campsite info in WikiCamps there is feedback about what fits into the camping area. I have downloaded WikiCamps onto my computer at home which is handy gathering campsites information for an upcoming trip & better still user feedback.

We also use the http://www.findacamp.com.au/ website & the Camps Australia Wide book.
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Re: favourite app

Post by adelgigs » Sun May 15, 2016 8:05 pm

Yep Wiki will give you a list of camp sites near you, based on your GPS location (using it on the iPad is the best bet). It will also give you a GPS based map to direct you to the camp location. As mentioned, use the comments tap to size up what the camp is like. It's all I use these days.


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Re: favourite app

Post by Gills2007 » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:06 pm

Wiki Camp great information on over night stops

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Re: favourite app

Post by Galpott » Thu Dec 21, 2017 6:55 pm

Wiki camps
Hema Explorer
Hema 4wd maps
Mud map
Fuel map

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Re: favourite app

Post by TerryandCaroline » Thu Dec 10, 2020 6:02 pm

Android user.
WikiCamps of course.
Keep up to date - ABC News
Read ebooks on 8" tablet or phone - Play Books, Kobo Books, Amazon Kindle - Overdrive and Libby for borrowed books from my local library.
Alarm Clock Xtreme allows to set a short alarm with music that turns off after a few seconds - you can wake up, but lie in bed as the alarm turns itself off.
NSW FuelCheck in NSW and FuelMap elsewhere - it is amazing to find fuel prices in a town can vary by 20 cents a litre - saves driving around or you may decide to go to the town before or after your planned stop.
3D Compass - where is North so can work our where sun will travel during the day.
Gas Finder - when you need to fill up the gas cylinder.

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Re: favourite app

Post by vernonbain » Thu Sep 09, 2021 5:29 pm

Wikicamps, Weatherzone, ABC Radio, and ABC Iview are some of the available resources the I personally use.
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