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Eat, sleep and chill the Wicked way

Wicked Campers has been renting out campervans for over 20 years. We checked out their updated vehicle range and were lucky enough to borrow one for our own outback adventure.

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Camper review: Little Guy Rough Rider

Compact and straightforward, the Little Guy Rough Rider is a cosy cubby on wheels that can be towed by just about anything and anyone. Camping has rarely been more accessible.

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Review: The Offroad Packhorse

The Toytuf TFI is the latest offering from Signature Camper Trailers, and is sure to appeal to adventurers who also like the finer things in life.

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Patriot X3

In a class of its own, the Patriot X3 takes intelligent engineering to the next level

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Maverick Ranger

This competent and storm-proof camper has much to offer those looking for an easy-to-use model at a very competitive price point

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Offtrax Feenix

As the winner of the Best Compact Camper category, the Offtrax Feenix is a camper for adventurers who mean business

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Camper Trailer of the Year: Hard Korr Bushmaster X

The Hard Korr Bushmaster X is a camper designed to get out there and enjoy the extremes of outdoor life

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Cameron Campers Conquest

The Cameron Campers Conquest brings together 43 years of experience and cutting-edge production processes to deliver a lightweight all rounder

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Review: Origin Campers Long-Range V2

Sunny Coast brand Origin Campers impresses with its Long-Range V2, a side-entry square teardrop camper that doesn’t require setup.

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Cub Drifter II

Cub’s entry into the double-fold market ticks all the boxes of a leader of the breed

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Eat, sleep and chill the Wicked way

Wicked Campers has been renting out campervans for over 20 years. We checked out their updated vehicle range and were lucky enough to borrow one for our own outback adventure.

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Keep River National Park

This tropical sandstone playground on the WA/NT border dishes up indigenous history, cabbage palms and gigantic beehive rock formations. If you can handle the heat, read on.

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