If you're looking for survival supplies or survival gear in Australia, you've come to the right place. Our new Survival Aid Kit (S.A.K.) has everything you need to survive in an emergency situation.
What is a survival aid kit? A survival aid kit is a collection of essential items that are designed to help you survive in an emergency situation. It contains everything from food and water purification to first aid supplies and tools for survival.
Why do you need a survival aid kit? In an emergency situation, you may not have access to the essentials you need to survive. A survival aid kit ensures that you have everything you need to stay safe and healthy until help arrives.
What's included in our survival aid kit? Our survival aid kit includes a variety of essential items, including: Water: Our kit includes water purification tablets, which are easy to store and provide you with the hydration you need to stay alive. Food: Our kit also includes compressed biscuit type survival food with a handy 20 year shelf life that are easy to store and provide the nutrients your body needs. First aid supplies: Our kit includes a first aid kit, which contains bandages, gauze, and other essential supplies to treat injuries. Tools: Our kit includes a variety of tools that are designed to help you survive in an emergency situation, including a multi-tool, a flashlight, and a whistle. Shelter: Our kit includes an emergency shelter, which provides protection from the elements and helps you stay warm and dry.
Why choose our survival aid kit? Our survival aid kit is designed by Australians for Australian conditions to provide you with everything you need to survive in an emergency situation. We understand that in Australia, emergencies such as bush fires, floods, and severe weather conditions can strike at any time. That's why our survival aid kit is designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and keep you safe. Additionally, our kit is designed to be lightweight and easy to carry, making it the perfect addition to your bug out bag. A bug out bag is a backpack that contains essential items that you can grab quickly in the event of an emergency. Our survival aid kit fits perfectly into a bug out bag, car boat, van, plane or helicopter and provides you with the essential supplies you need to survive on the go.
We are always improving with customer feedback, if you have a look through the kit and find something that can be added to make it better please contact us. We are happy to change the kit up to suit individual preferences. One of our customer is a Gerber fan so we have added Gerber upgrade options for the standard folding knife and multi-tool at checkout to allow for that customization which has been very popular, when in doubt - reach out, we would love to hear from you.
If you're looking for survival supplies or survival gear in Australia, our new survival aid kit is the perfect solution. It includes everything you need to survive in an emergency situation, from food and water to first aid supplies and tools for survival. Plus, our kit is lightweight and easy to carry, has molle outer and a quick release velcro back so it can be where you need it as quick as possible making it the perfect addition to your bug out bag. Don't wait until it's too late to prepare for an emergency – get your survival aid kit today.
It's also important to note that in a survival situation, individuals may experience physical and mental fatigue, hunger, and other difficulties that can impair their ability to think clearly and make decisions. Therefore, self-care and maintenance of physical and mental well-being, such as rest, adequate hydration and nutrition, are essential to keep the individual's ability to cope with the situation. Having a comprehensive plan and Survival Aid Kit is a great start in being prepared for any eventuality
The average person doing minimal amounts of work needs about 2500 calories per day to maintain full functionality.
Partaking in survival activities can easily increase this to over 3000. Although to support human life 1200 calories can be targeted in severe survival situations so you will need survival food to support these needs.
Calories are an important and overlooked aspect in any survival plan. A calorie is a unit of energy and refers to the energy people get from the food and drink they consume. A big concern in a survival setting is losing calories too quickly that you've put into your body.
The minimum calories per day needed to survive is a highly variable figure. It depends on your age, gender, activity level and even your genetics.
Everything we do during an emergency boils down to two actions: saving calories and getting more calories. Vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients are key to helping your body and brain perform at peak levels. The extra calories by working a little harder to make a suitable shelter, rather than wasting calories shivering each night. For every calorie you burn, you must find ways to replace it. Thinking about this while choosing your Survival Food is critical.
Vitamins, minerals, fibre and other nutrients are key to helping your body and brain perform at peak levels. It's important to know that your body needs to be putting in as many calories as it's letting out. If you are in a survival situation and you need to go out and hunt for food (which you need to be trained on what you can safely eat anyway) it's most likely safer for you to stay in your shelter and fasting because your body will tap into it's protein and fat storage.
There are a number of survival foods that last almost indefinitely and are great additions to to your survival food kit however, as with everything there are procedures to follow to ensure these foods remain edible. We have put together links to some great guidelines for those who would like to know more about each of these long life readily available products. The usual tips of airtight containers, away from moisture and low temperature apply to almost all but there can be specific tips and traps. We have put together survival food kits to suite someone just starting out to someone putting something together camping and outdoor gear to support larger groups for longer times.
If stored properly and you ensure there is no chance of external bugs getting into your stores white rice has an almost indefinite shelf life.
More info : https://www.riceland.com/rice-faqs
Honey has been in Egyptian tombs over 3000 years old. Honey is said to never expire if stored correctly however can change in consistency.
More info: https://carolinahoneybees.com/how-to-store-raw-honey/
Pure salt is a mineral, meaning it doesn’t expire but needs to be stored and sourced correctly. Different salts can be used to make ice cream, cure meats and pickling. It has also been used in bartering due to its many useful properties.
More info: https://seedtopantryschool.com/how-and-why-to-store-salt/
Soy sauce is made up of water, salt, wheat and soy beans. The process of making soy sauce uses a fermentation step so be wary of brands which use chemicals to try and make this process complete faster.
More info: http://www.eatbydate.com/other/condiments/how-long-does-soy-sauce-last-shelf-life/
Sugar lasts indefinitely unless contaminated by water. Because salt attracts water molecules, bugs and insects you will need to store it super securely.
More info: https://www.doesitgobad.com/does-sugar-go-bad/
Time alone won’t make beans go bad, but it can change the taste. If you store your dried beans in a sealed container at room temperature they will keep almost indefinitely. And if you take into account 500 grams of dried beans can make up to 6 cups of beans when re-hydrated and cooked you can see how they make for a compact lite weight food source for your survival food kit.
More info: http://centralbean.com/storing.html
One of the good things about maple syrup is that it can't freeze, so can be kept in the freezer to inhibit any chances of contamination from mold. Although, even this can be removed from the top and the syrup decanter into another bottle for safe storage.
More info: https://fruitfulkitchen.org/does-maple-syrup-go-bad/
Although not forever, powdered milk can last up to 25 years if unopened and stored correctly. It has the added bonus of not only helping you survive in a disaster, it's also available when you have no milk in the fridge and are having guests over for tea.
More info: http://yourthrivelife.com/2014/03/10/powdered-milk-mysteries-revealed/
Liquor does not expire as such but will lose its flavour over time. The key storage tips are similar throughout this thread, store upright although it is recommended to lay bottles on their side once a year for about an hour to keep the cork wet and stop it deteriorating over time and compromising the seal.
More info: https://kitchenadvisor.net/tips/does-whiskey-go-bad
This is an interesting one. Pemmican is a survival super food made from tallow, dried meat and dried berries. The shelf life will depend on what it contains and how it is made. Pemmican has been used historically as an important part of indigenous lifestyles in North America and is still made today an added bonus is that you can make it touyrself to taste great in any survival kit!
More info: https://www.wildernesscollege.com/pemmican-recipes.html
Find some great survival food Australia in our shop. Long life survival biscuits (up to 20 years), survival food kits, camping and outdoor gear in our shop. If you have a kit in mind that we don't stock reach out and we will see what we can do. Survival Kit Australia small, medium, mega and bespoke.