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Brand NEW Ezytrail K-Series Camper trailers Coming Soon

Exclusive sneak peak of the Brand NEW Ezytrail K-Series Camper trailers Coming Soon to all Ezytrail Showrooms !

What to do before picking up your Ezytrail Camper/Caravan?

Congratulations with ordering your new Ezytrail Camper Trailer! While waiting for that saving phone call, we have a few tips making your camper trailer experience satisfying from the start.

Tassie, the next Camping Destination

From the pristine, white beaches to sky-piercing mountains, Tasmania can be described as “nature at its best”. Get away from the hurly-burly and tensions of life and dive into the beautiful nature that Tassie has to offer. Melburnians are blessed by sailing the “Spirit of Tasmania” to the island.

Major Destinations - Fraser Island

For many Australians Fraser Island is a major item on the travel bucket list. With seemingly endless kilometres of golden beaches, a wide diversity of marine wildlife and just the right sprinkle of great resorts, it has it all.

Awesome camping sites - Lake Glenbawn

Located in the northern Hunter Valley, Lake Glenbawn is a 3 1/2 hours drive north from Sydney and an easy 15 minute drive from Scone and Aberdeen. This State Park is enormous and hosts an abundance of native wildlife, lake edge camping and facilities to cater to the fussiest of campers.

Warburton – the hidden gem at the start of the Yarra Valley

Warburton impresses the moment you enter the quiet streets of the main shopping strip. Don’t get us wrong, the streets are not empty because there is nothing to do, on the contrary, it’s rather because visitors are truly filling their day with making the most out of this beautiful region.

Private bush camping south of Perth

Imagine pulling into a beautiful property only 3 hours from Perth knowing it backs onto the Blackwood River, has toilets and showers, plenty of firewood and no one else to disturb your peace and quiet for the duration of your stay. Sound like paradise?

How to accurately work out your fuel economy

How many times have you had someone say to you their 4WD is only getting 500km out of a tank of fuel? What does that mean to you? How big is the fuel tank, and how far are they running it down? What size engine, tyres, and driving habits do they have? Were they doing 90km/h on flat ground, or sitting on 110km/h up and down hills on cruise control? Fuel economy varies wildly depending on where and how you are driving. You can easily monitor your fuel economy every time you fill up; it takes a few seconds to do!

15 things you may not know about your 4WD

There's a lot to learn about 4WDing. Whether you are new to the scene, or you've been exploring this magic country for many years, you can still pick up something new. In this post, we look at 15 things that you may not know about your 4WD.