Dry Bags & Storage
Protect your belongings from the water when camping or hiking using a dry bag for watertight storage of belongings. Dry bags are particularly useful for water sports enthusiasts, and are ideal for use while kayaking and sailing. Check out Anaconda's extensive range of dry bags, dry sacks, duffel bags, waterproof backpacks and a whole lot more, online or in-store.
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CAN I PURCHASE DRY BAGS AND STORAGE ITEMS AT ANACONDA?
Yes, you can. Anaconda offers a huge range of waterproof storage equipment, dry bags, stuff sacks, waterproof cases, day packs, food containers and everything else required for remaining organised while enjoying the outdoors. Anaconda partners with name brand manufacturers such as Sea To Summit to ensure you purchase quality gear for the lowest available price. The Sea To Summit Lightweight Dry Sack, for example, is extremely popular for backpacking, camping and water sports.
Purchasing dry bags, hydration packs and other ultralight equipment is easy at Anaconda. Simple make a wish list and purchase using our streamlined online shopping cart. Anaconda offers speedy delivery to your door, afterpay and a comprehensive returns and exchanges policy to ensure you are fully satisfied with your purchase. While visiting Anaconda online or at any of our Australia-wide network of retail outlets, take time to explore more great products for upgrading your outdoor experience. At Anaconda, we stock the best sleeping bags, sleeping mats, hiking tents, 4WD gear, wetsuits, snorkelling gear, cookware, tableware, toiletries and high-quality women's and men's clothing, all at amazingly low prices regular Australian's can afford.
THE SECRET OF SUCCESSFUL PACKING
The way you camp, hike or trek will determine your packing requirements. Even if travelling by car or motorhome for an extended vacation, you will require packing and storage initiatives to keep thing in order. Innovative outdoor equipment is stowable, foldable and designed for waterproof performance. Dry bags will keep valuable gear safe, while larger items such as camp furniture, hammocks, sleeping bags, swags and cookware should all provide waterproof qualities. Here are some handy tips:
- Reduce by a third
We've all done it - packed 4 pairs of shorts and then only worn one pair all holiday. Don't make the cardinal sin of over-packing. Lay all of your clothes, day packs, snorkelling gear, first aid supplies, sleeping bags, wetsuits and other gear out prior to packing, and leave them out on the bed before your trip and be ruthless - aim to get rid of a third.
- Breathing room
For most of us, there's no denying that when we return we'll be bringing home some souvenirs for ourselves or for your friends and family - just leave enough room in your case, otherwise, you'll end up having to buy another bag at your destination.
- Towel on top
What's the first thing everyone wants to do when they get to their destination? Go to the beach or jump in the pool! Make life easier by packing your beach towel last - not only will it mean a quick turnaround from landing to lounger, but it will also cover any loose clothing in your case and stop it from moving around.
- Use a vacuum pack
These great bags keep all of your clothes packed neatly together and protect them from any spillages. Do remember that even though your clothes may appear to shrink, they will still weigh the same. Know your baggage allowance, or you'll get a nasty shock at check-in.
WHAT ELSE SHOULD I CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING TRAVEL BAGS?
Often, two smaller bags or cases are much easier to handle than one enormous case, especially if you have to lift your luggage several times en-route. Organiser bags are great for making sure that you can lay your hands on certain items quickly without the embarrassment of having to unload you whole bag in front of strangers. Put small items in a toiletry bag or separate wallet to ensure that they don't roll around. Hard cases will protect your luggage better but can add considerable weight of their own.