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Ever wanted to cross the Nullarbor, but worried about the long stretches of seeming nothingness? Don't despair, ROAM's 12 step guide to enjoying the Nullarbor crossing will help you keep it interesting.
Rod West grew up on the Gold Coast at a time when the region was growing rapidly and tourism was becoming a major industry. He was called to national service in 1967 and shipped ...
When it comes to campervan conversions, it's easy to think that for it to be a good one, it's got to be a Kombi - or at least a modern iteration of that - a Volkswagen Transporter T5. But that's just not the case, as we find when we check out the ...
There's taking your caravan off-road, and then there's 'Taking Your Caravan Off-Road!' A family travelling Australia in their Isuzu truck towing a Jayco Expanda Outback caravan got bogged in a particularly messy part of a Darwin track, during the ...
Mal and Laraine visit Eden and Twofold Bay, a region known for its natural beauty and fascinating whaling past.
Want to see more of Mal's latest travels? See all of them here.
Everyone who travels the Top End wants to find perfect waterholes and uncrowded campsites. They wish to see the amazing country-side and encounter native wild-life. There’s no where better to do all of this than Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National ...
Mal and Laraine Leyland are back on the road. The first stop on their new adventure is the historic gold mining town of Beechworth, where they check out the history, the camping and the best the area has to offer.
Take a look at their visit ...
It’s hard to go past the Tweed and its modern, well-equipped holiday parks as the perfect base to spend some time exploring one of Australia’s top tourist regions.
Soak up the sun, dine on amazingly fresh local seafood or visit the many ...
A European designed luxury caravan still offering great value
Australians have been avid buyers of European cars for decades now, but when it comes to caravans we’ve been a tad slower to jump in.
Perhaps it’s something about the peace of ...