The Australian Camel Controversy: Shoot & Kill or Else?

Australian Camel Cull

Reportably, Australia has over one million camels in the vastness of the outback. Over past years, the Australian Government opened up a massive political and social divide by granting $19 Million for the aerial and ground destruction of 160,000 camels over a four year period. However, a few entrepreneurs are well on the way to […]

One Important Must Have if you Own a Camel

camel training

Have you recently gained a camel into your life but are now unsure as to whether or not you have made the right decision? After all, they seem very different to other animals, right? Well, the truth is they are different! They are not horses, dogs or fish, they are camels with their own way […]

Unusual But Achievable Australian Holiday

camel trekking tours

So you’ve been to Bali, the Gold Coast and maybe even Europe for your holidays in the past. Travelling opens the mind and allows for a change in scenery. What’s next? What other type of experience could you have that makes your holiday time a memorable one? Maybe you’re starting to think ‘what haven’t I […]

Must Knows For New Camel Owners

Camel Owners Training

Getting new animals to have as pets or working animals or even weed control is always an exciting venture. Maybe You’ve brought your new camel(s) home with you and very quickly realised, they are not like a horse, a dog or any other animal you’ve ever had before. Their behavior is beginning to confuse you and you are […]

Why 60yo’s Go Camel Trekking

outback camel trek

Article Feature in ‘The Australian’ By Trish Clark (Outback Camel Trek Participant) WE are a small party, and complete strangers. Margaret and I are both in our 60s; Olaf, a septuagenarian, is fresh from Finland. Russell, the final member of our group, is an experienced cameleer, author and adventurer. But we aren’t strangers for long. […]

Getting Into Camels in the USA & US History of Camels with Doug Baum

Doug Baum Texas Camel Corps

Doug Baum, from Texas Camel Corps USA, reminds us a lot of ourselves and our journey into camels. Doug went from knowing nothing about camels (and being a musician) to becoming a leader in the Camel Industry field in the USA. We talked to Doug about what camel mistakes he made along the way and […]

No Camel No Life – Life of a Sahara Desert Cameleer

cameleer

Learn about the traditional ways of the nomadic camel people (desert cameleers) of the Sahara Desert and how much camels influence their daily life. Take note of the camel bonds held between the Tuareg’s and their camels! The Tuareg’s (of the Sahara desert) are the last indigenous people to live in the Sahara and to […]

Why Camel Trek in Australia – Interview

As seen on Down Under & Beyond Podcast, by Brett Parry This week features the very first interview I have done for the podcast and it turned out to be a beauty! I found the Australian Camels Facebook page by accident and after a good browse through this and also their website, I had to […]

Muslim Camel Trek – Islam in the Outback ABC

It’s a spiritual safari for Australian Muslims, many of whom have never being out of the city before. Participants learn how to camp on the desert sands, wash without water and how to tell prayer times by the sun and stars. Learning how to bond with your camel is all part of this spiritual adventure […]