The Equipment Library

on the Razorback, VIC

on the Razorback, VIC

This is a great idea: an outdoor gear hire service primarily aimed at parents of school children, but also hiring to adults and families. For people who don’t do lots of overnight walking, it can save on purchases, and also offers a ‘try before you buy’ approach to outdoor adventures.

The blurb below comes from the Library. For further information, check here.

The Equipment Library, based in inner-Melbourne, provides parents of Melbourne school children, hikers and trekkers a range of camp hire equipment, such as sleeping bags, rain wear and camping accessories.

We offer you a range of products and services that allows you, your family or friends venture into the outdoors with the confidence that they have the right equipment for the environment.

We have worked closely with a number of Australian and International outdoor suppliers to secure some of the best technical products for hire or purchase. This means piece of mind for you, comfort and reliability whilst in the field.

Drawing upon ten years experience in outdoor adventure activities; principally rafting and schools camps; and seven years travel and adventure retail management The Equipment Library can offer you the service and support  to outfit your family for all school camp, hiking or trekking activities.

We offer a range of delivery options to suit all budgets. Free delivery within 10km of our office, direct to door next day courier services and even a shop at home service.

We will come to your home, at a prearranged time that suits you. We will fit and size all the equipment you require at no additional charge. We offer this service to the following suburbs:Northcote, North Fitzroy, Fitzroy, Collingwood, Clifton Hill, Alphington, Brunswick, Thornbury, Preston, Ivanhoe, Kew and Balwyn.

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About Cam Walker

I work with Friends of the Earth, and live in Castlemaine in Central Victoria, Australia. Activist, dad to Tali & Mia, mountain enthusiast, climber & would be telemark skier.
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