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4WD Modifications - Communications and Navigation

When you're touring in remote areas it's important to know exactly where you are; never ever leave home without navigation equipment or at the very least, maps of the area you're visiting. In the event of a breakdown or emergency it's vital that you have a reliable means of communication to call for assistance.

 

SATELLITE TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION

A reliable form of communication for remote areas

We bought our satellite telephone years ago and wouldn't leave home without it; a couple of vehicle breakdowns and medical emergencies during our travels in Australia's Outback and the satellite telephone has more than paid for itself.

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VKS737 HF RADIO NETWORK

The 'Flying Doctor' radio network is a very useful remote area communication tool

Outback Travel Australia relies on the VKS737 network on all bush trips. Contrary to the belief of many, HF isn't 'dinosaur' system, but thanks to recent developments is the communications network of choice for remote area travel and disaster relief.

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COMMUNICATION OPTIONS IN REMOTE AREAS

Stay in contact when you go bush

It’s much more relaxing in the Outback when you know that reliable contact with the outside world is only a button-push away.

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HEMA MAPS APP

All the bush mapping can fit in your iPad or iPhone

Queensland-based Hema has long been the leader in mapping Australia for bush travellers and the company’s App for iPad and iPhone puts detailed outback map data in your lap or pocket.

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