Scenery and serenity… sometimes it’s necessary to get as far away from the everyday as possible.
Did you lock the door on your way out? Did you feed the dog? Did you do the other dozen or more jobs that should be done prior to cranking over the holiday-mobile?
Water is a balancing act for RV owners. Take too much and you’re carrying unnecessary weight; take too little and you could be refilling from undesirable sources. Here’s our practical guide to collecting and keeping potable water fresh for longer.
There is a lot of misinformation and rumours going on in the industry relating to correct fitment of barbecues and bayonet fittings.
We show you how to keep warm during winter… and yes procreation is a legit method
I have a dream … a dream that one day, road rules will be the same across every state and territory in Australia. The federal pollies need to take control and be responsible for the rules and regulations that govern ALL our roads and put an end to different strokes for different folks. Who’s with me?
A little bit of snooping around inland Queensland might find some surprisingly wet (and stunning) campsites!
I’ve been travelling around the country in campers and caravans for the best part of 25 years. In that time I have met the most wonderful and amazing like-minded people, many of whom I’ve kept in contact with for years afterwards. Caravanners and campers are the most terrific people you will ever meet but, every now and again, you’ll find that one guy who is the exception to the rule. You’ve probably met him: obnoxious, opinionated, self-righteous and most likely to be breaking every rule in the book. If you’ve just started out in your RV lifestyle and you’re wondering who I’m talking about, then take a note of the following to ensure that you do not inadvertently become THAT GUY!
The Great Ocean Road in Victoria’s south west is something of a rite of passage for all Australians. The rugged coastline, pristine beaches, historical townships and world-famous landmarks make it a must-do item on everyone’s travel list. It’s an intoxicating mixture that is impossible to resist. However, the summer tourist hordes can make it a slow-going headache. Add in that the area has very few real beachside camping spots and it means you’re fighting for somewhere choice to stop.