Outback Ground Anchors
Whether you're outback or out front, in the bush or the beach GroundGrabba outback ground anchors have you covered. With our rugged construction made of galvanized heat treated carbon steel you will never fear snapping these like you would cast steel or aluminium. Outback ground anchors need to be tough because often the ground is hard as concrete and any normal peg will not work. For extra hard grounds for success you will need to drill a pilot hole using a masonry drill bit much the same you would drill into a concrete or brick wall.
Camping, setting up an ezy shade or other portable structure in the outback can be a challenge. There are various substrates or types of ground that you may encounter in your outback travels. Vast areas have sandy red dirt while others areas have clay ground or even rocky hard ground. To be prepared for your next outback adventure take along a few GroundGrabbas, they are designed and developed for a variety of substrates. Whatever you encounter in the outback you can be rest assured that you'll be able to securely anchor your tent or other structure quickly regardless of the type of ground you encounter.
Being a desolate and barren place, high winds and dust storms are common in the outback. Setting up a secure shelter before a dust storm hits needs to be done quickly. With a couple GroundGrabba's and a high powered drill, you'll be prepared to secure your structure quickly and safely in any extreme weather situation.
We pride ourselves in the durability and quality of our products, that's why all of our GroundGrabba's come with a lifetime replacement warranty. GroundGrabba's have been tried and tested in many environments and different types of ground across the globe including the harshest North American deserts and the Australian outback. Their excellent ground anchoring abilities and ease of use are unparalleled. Wherever you're headed for your next adventure, we have a GroundGrabba that's right for you.
Once you've driven your GroundGrabba Pro in you'll find it grips like steel into the hardest of substrates. They won't budge. Of course sometimes outback ground anchors need to hold in desert dunes of sand or dust in which case using GroundGrabba Pro II's will be the best outback ground anchor decision you will make.