Category Archives: Camel News

14 Amazing Photos of Camels used in War

Australian Camel Corps

Animals were a big part of assisting their handlers in wartimes. Some were used for practical reasons others were mascots to raise moral and or companionship to help assist with the hardship of the times. the Imperial Camel Corps, first raised in 1916, was a camel-mounted infantry force operating in the Middle Eastern and African deserts. […]

India Camel Journey – What Really Happened

In November we journeyed to India with a small but mighty group of fellow camel loving people. We had an itinerary planned. We were to buy 6 camels in India, teach our training course (Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training®) to our group, hence the camels got trained, then walk these camels 100km from our […]

Walking Kenya with Camels – Walking Autism with Abby Brooke

Walking Kenya with Camels Abby Brooke Walking Autism

You know when you accidentally meet someone who completely inspires you by their work in the world that you think everyone should know about this person? Well, this is what we think of Abby Brooke, who we met ‘by accident’ on social media. Almost right away, after a little investigation, we invited her onto our […]

Hobbles, Halters & Haters – Camel [Coffee] Chat

Camel Hobbles, Camel Halters & Haters

Grab a cuppa and join us for a Camel Coffee Chat where we talk about the most latest camel news with insights and information to help you along your camel journey whether you have camels or not. In this CCC (camel coffee chat) episode we’re talking camel hobbles, their uses, types of camel hobbles and […]

Why Australia Kills Wild Camels

Why Australia Kills Wild Camels

All the amazing camels that we’ve ever had, and now have, would be lying dead on the desert floor if we did not have them with us. This, we know for a fact. Given our wild camel ‘situation’ in Australia we refuse to ‘breed camels’ because that just seems unfair… Australia has the largest wild […]

Australian Camels Gag Reel 2017

If we’ve had the pleasure of having you on one of our camel training camp, camel treks or an international camel journey you’ll know that we love what we do and take our job with camels very seriously….But… Not too serious! 2017 Gag reel will see some camel training go ‘not quite as planned’, uncontrollable laughter […]

World Camel Day: 3 Camel Myths – Busted!

IT’S WORLD CAMEL DAY – yes an actual day dedicated to camels, how cool is that? It’s a really cool thing for us here at Australian Camels HQ – a whole day dedicated to the CAMEL, although if truth be told…. It’s not much different to every other day (who’s complaining)! 22nd of June is […]

Camel Training History Exposed

Camel Training

There is an old but very wise saying  “A thirsty camel is a dangerous camel.” This comes about when a camel is at water for the first time in quite a while. They want one thing only, water! The same goes for food. A camel will forego any instructions for food or water, that is […]

5 Tips for a Camel Business

camel business

Via Small Business, Big Marketing What can you learn about business from a camel wrangler? Quite a lot, as it turns out! This episode is all about “big picture” business strategy and how to overcome fear to create the business of your dreams. So listen in as I chat with English lecturer turned outback entrepreneur, […]

Bereaved Mother Camel Treks Gippsland Australia

charity camel trek

Tara Lea will always have a connection with her son Noah, who died a few days after a traumatic birth.   Tara Lea explains how she plans to raise funds for a cuddle cot in East Gippsland via ABC NEWS For her, one of the hardest parts of the grieving process has been dealing with […]