As the summer holidays roll ever closer, it is time to start thinking about how we are going to celebrate this season – and what we are going to wind up doing for what occasion. One of the great Aussie traditions is bringing either the family or a group of mates a couple of hours drive out bush or to one of our impressive camping grounds for a camping trip to remember.
Depending on how much you’re roughing it will detail what you need to bring with you. If you’re taking the caravan away to a powered site or if you’re renting a rustic cabin, you really will be doing a bit of a luxurious camping trip (plus there are even glamping trips that you can take these days, too). If you’ve just got a swag and you’re planning on plonking it in the middle of the bush somewhere, well then that’s something else entirely.
One of the most fun activities that you can do when you’re going camping is to sit around the campfire at night, maybe toasting marshmallows, having a nice wine, or maybe even a singalong. If you are planning on having a campfire or even just a proper wood barbeque while you’re away, then you will probably need to take some of our premium firewood with you.
While some campsites have free or paid firewood available, still more do not, which means that you will have to take this into account when you are packing to go away. You don’t have to worry about picking it up if you choose to use Ample Firewood for your premium firewood – we can easily deliver directly to you. We can deliver to Sydney and surrounds, all the way to Port Macquarie.
So, what occasions do you think you will need your premium firewood for this summer? If you haven’t started organising the big 3 properly as yet, then it’s time to get thinking. What are the big 3, you say? Well, that’s New Year’s Eve, Boxing Day and Australia Day – all very big occasions to take off camping, and ones that your packing lists need to start being ticked off for right now.
Please check the rules of the campground or national park that you are going to be camping in for rules about fires. Some places have total or partial fire bans, whereas others have strict rules on fires in place. You can have a look at this page from the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage for more info.