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Caravan Convoy for Flood Victims

The CEO of the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia has called for Australian RV owners to assist those who have been affected by the devastating recent floods in NSW and Queensland by providing temporary shelter

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Powering Up

Power systems are integral for keeping your rig up and running when hitting the road. We caught up with Enerdrive to talk about all things power.

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I Want to Believe?

Imagine walking down a track to see something with a tail and stripes! You wouldn’t be the first, nor the last

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Flexibility When Travelling

Travel, particularly interstate travel, now comes with a great deal of uncertainty. It’s important to be flexible, and not just because of COVID-19.

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Fossicking Fossils

Kath gives us an insight into the discussions from her backseat driver regarding life, the universe and everything while touring regional Australia.

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Where Does Adventure Begin?

You can get it cruisin’, you can get it 4WDrivin’, you can get it riding’ a carabao. Matter of fact, Kath’s on an Aussie Adventure right now!

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Being Prepared

When heading off into the bush, people need to be prepared in case things go wrong. here are some basics to remember.

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Outdoor Opulence

Here we shine the spotlight on Opus' OP15

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Buyers Guide for the Camper Lifestyle

There has never been a better time to spend your holidays exploring our magnificent country, adding a camper to the equation is a great option.

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How Do Offroad Campers Enhance the Experience?

Offroad camper sales are going gangbusters at the moment — why are they so popular?

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Tips for getting the best deal on your next camper trailer upgrade in 2022

With so many camper trailers available on the market, it can often become confusing. Here are some tips to get the best deal on your next camper trailer upgrade in 2022.

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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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