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AUTHOR BIO

Angela Armstrong

Angela is a writer, author and marketer. She has spent many years touring and camping with her Antarctic-expeditioner, UN-contractor husband - but not so long she has forgotten what it's like starting out. Her latest book, Camping In Style, shares their knowledge, helping campers of all levels discover tools for the most comfortable camping holidays.

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5 ways to minimise your impact camping in the bush

5 ways to minimise your impact camping in the bush
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4 ways to set up a tarp for camping

Here a four ways to create a camp shelter with your tarp
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How to set up and pack up pop-up toilet / shower tent

Stop wrestling with your toilet/shower tent trying to get it back in the bag!

All boxed up - Your camp kitchen in a box

What’s essential to bring and what’s worth leaving behind on your next camping trip?

Gearing up for winter camping in comfort

As winter starts to take its grip it’s not the time to hibernate - a whole new world of camping opens up.

Tips for choosing your tent

There's nothing like a leaky tent to turn even the most hardened camper for home. So here are the top tips from Camping in Style for selecting the best tents.

The promise of Kangaroo Island

Angela & her husband Steve head to Kangaroo Island to find out why it's known as the 'Galapagos of Australia'

For your next big catch - Portuguese fish soup

Portuguese fish soup is the perfect tasty, speedy recipe to feed a large hungry camping crew.
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VIDEO: Setup and pack down of a gas lantern

Camping in Style author, Angela Armstrong, explains how to safely, quickly and effectively set up and pack down a gas lantern for camping in style.
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Why choose a gas lantern for camping?

Camping in Style author, Angela Armstrong, explains why a gas lantern makes the perfect light for your Outdoor Kitchen (Style 3).

A rollicking weekend of camping, cycling and great wine in Rutherglen, Victoria

Camping, cycling and drinking great wine, each favourite pastimes, but roll them into one and you have a rollicking weekend only three hours drive from Melbourne.