|> Torch (a head torch is very useful)|
> First aid kit
> Personal medications
> Camera, memory cards, charger (12 volt)
> Sun hat/woolly hat
> Sunscreen - even in winter
> Insect repellent
> Beach towel
> Mobile phone and 12 volt charger TIP: Telstra and Optus work best
> Waterproof jacket and trousers
> Shoes with white rubber soles. TIP: Shoes that are secured to your feet make it easier to move about, such as sand shoes rather than thongs.
> Fishing gear
> Biro and pad
> Sailing gloves (yachts)
> Bedding, pillows, towels
> Food and drinks
> Garbage bags
What not to bring
> Too much perishable food
> Suitcases TIP: soft bags store better
> Eskies (at least not on the boat) TIP: we suggest this as eskies take up valuable floor space and with the existing fridge space already onboard you may find you really don't need it. You can make this decision on your arrival).
> Too many clothes TIP: layering clothing is a great way to pack less but be prepared for all conditions.