So you’ve finally succumbed to the wanderlust and you’re off on your big trip. The one big-ticket item you will need is a great bag.
Choosing the right backpack is as important as choosing the right travel companion. Your pack is worth investing time and money to get the right one. Here at Everything Australian, I like to divide our packs into three main categories...
I was having a look around the internet and this young fella caught my eye. His name is James Braszell and he works as a roustabout in shearing sheds all over the country. While he was working, this young fella started picking up the camera and taking a few piccies when he could and what’s come of it is this bloody gorgeous ongoing visual documentation of one of Australia’s oldest industries.
There’s few things I love more than my Akubra. My wife, the kiddies, and my dear old Mum of course, but I reckon my first Akubra would be a close second to all of them.
Here at Everything Australian, I like to divide our Akubras into four main styles: Country, Western, Fedora, and Summer Hats.
There are few things more Aussie than RM Williams Craftsman Boots.
Born of the harsh Aussie outback, for searing droughts and flooding rains, and they retain an inbuilt toughness that means your investment will pay off for years and years. In a world of throwaway fashion, it’s that sort of indefatigable quality that RM William’s devotees seek out.
Choosing a boot is not easy. Not if you’re like me and you choose a pair and wear them till they start walking themselves. When I’m looking to buy a new pair of boots, I don’t mind paying a bit extra if I know they’re going to last the distance. So buying new boots is a big purchase, and one I’ve given a lot of consideration over the years. Here’s my pros and cons for the three major Aussie boot brands.