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Top 5 Red Centre Camp Spots

The Red Centre is packed full of excellent camper destinations — here are just a few of the best

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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: Stoney Creek Scout-14

This hybrid has what you need to head out to explore the tracks of Aus

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Bushwakka Sundowner Evo

Thoughtfully designed to maximise storage and features, the Bushwakka Sundowner EVO brings South African offroad toughness down under

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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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Camper Trailer of the Year presented by Red Arc

Adventures Group Holdings (AGH), the publisher of Camper Australia officially launched the 2021 Camper trailer of the year - Powered by REDARC which will be held in Port Macquarie with record number of entrants.

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Camper Trailer Add-Ons: Which Do You Need?

You create more problems than solutions by incorporating unnecessary options in your camper.

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Selecting The Right Camper, Within Your Budget

We ask an expert for their tips on figuring out which camper you can afford.

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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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