OverlanderAE is now online only
It’s with great sadness that we closed our physical store in June 2019. We continue as an online store to clear our remaining stock, so join us there!
It’s been an extremely hard road at a difficult time in our economy. We’ve given it everything we can, we’ve made mistakes, done amazing things & seen our dream become reality, but now’s the time to close the doors & change course. We thank everyone for their support of our little 2-person venture over the last 4 years. It’s made us happy to help out & inspire so many people to live their travel & adventuring dreams. We’re thrilled with the community we’ve helped build in that time & the amazing friends we’ve made. Let’s see what the future brings!

With our online store now focussed on clearance only, we're no longer active on social media. Keep checking in on our
online store as we continue to upload all our remaining stock at great clearance prices!

But if you still want to know what Tam & Xander are getting up to, please follow us on our new creative adventures!
Xander is following a lifelong dream to become a travel photographer & Tam is finally getting all the words (& voices!!) out of her head & onto paper...or the web or whoever will listen!
Thanks everyone for your support of our store & hope to see you on the other side!

Xander Kabat Photography
FB & Instagram: @xanderphotographics

Follow Tam's adventures in relearning to ride with her Suzuki DRZ250 & her expansion into hiking & travel writing at The Roaming Banshee
FB & Instagram: @theroamingbanshee
Blog coming soon!

...well, at least the preparation stage & first 4 months of travel anyway! As time permits, we'll get back to uploading entries. Our blog, called Two-up On A Twin, is written in a He Says/She Says style & covers the 17-month trip that OverlanderAE's owners, Tam & Xander Kabat, did in 2009-2010 through Europe, Africa & SE Asia. Our travel beast was Anubis, a Honda Africa Twin XRV750 (RD07A, year 2000), which is still Xander's travel bike & most-days commute with around 300,000km on the clock :-)