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Phillip Island Camping

Phillip Island is expecting a post-Easter influx of travellers looking to take advantage of milder weather

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Exploring an ancient land

For over 50,000 years, Aboriginal people roamed the shores of the Willandra Lakes, and the unearthing of ancient human remains makes Mungo one of the oldest places in the world that modern humans existed.

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Meandering the Matilda Way

Come a waltzing following in the tracks of A.B. (Banjo) Paterson through classic Waltzing Matilda country where little has changed

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Beached & Barefoot

Beaches are an integral part of the Aussie identity. But with so many, particularly in the Top End of the Sunshine State, where should you consider?

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Long Distance Touring: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Our wide, brown land is full of tracks waiting to be traversed. There's more to travelling them though than simply heading off.

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Suspension Explained

Suspension plays a major role in providing a comfortable ride and that includes your camper trailer, so is your set up the best on offer?

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Goldfields Grand Duke

The Grand Duke sits at the top of Goldfields sales sheets but comes from a family of campers all featuring designs for our local market

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Wandering the Remote Western Deserts

The feeling when you're alone in WA's East Pilbara is worth the effort to get there

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Driving Through the High Country

Let’s take a leisurely scenic drive through the endless attractions of NSW’s New England High Country

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REDARC Camper Trailer of the Year 2020 Winners Announced

The results are in for all categories following on from Camper's flagship event.

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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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