2. Redballoon Experiences– Something a little different. They can choose an activity to do in what ever state they like. Everything from hot-air ballooning, race car driving, camel riding to various tours. They also have gifts, vouchers and hampers. Check out Redballoon here.
3.Books, Audio & E-books – QBD Books, Dymocks and Angus & Robertson. Audio books and E-books take up less space while travelling.
4.iTunes Gifts By Email – They can have audio-books, music, movies, TV shows or apps atitunes
5.Power Bank For Phone – This can come in handy when you’re traveling and can’t plug in to recharge. Less then $20 Power bank from JB Hi-fi
10.Head Torch – for those walking through the camp in the dark check out Tentworld
11.WikiCamps– Free camps, campgrounds, caravan parks, backpacker hostels, day use area, points of interest, information centres and public dump points – $7.99 on WikiCamps app
12.Camps Australia app –The App includes verified free and low cost camping site, national & state parks, station stays, showground camping, hotel and pub camping plus tourist caravan parks . Also included are public Dump Points & Information Centres – Camps Australiawide
13.Usb Stick – Surprise them with family photos, music and memories already on a USB stick. The Good Guys have a good selection.
17.DigitalMagazines– From caravanning and camping to fishing and hobby magazines. isubscribehas so many to choose from.
18.Mini Expresso Cappichino Coffee Maker – No power needed. This one comes from Caravan RV Camping.
19.Gift Hamper – make it up in a collapsible bowl as an added gift. Duck tape, cable ties, hose fitting, Waterproof matches, BBQ lighter, fishing lures, mozzie coils and spray, mozzie head net, any goodies you know they love.