Product Reviews

Camec Double Rope Track Privacy Screens

Camec’s latest range of Privacy Screens now incorporate dual rope tracks in the one screen, making them one of the most versatile options available. The narrower 5mm track fits roll-out and box style awnings like the Fiamma 45 or Carefree ... [Read More]
June 2, 2017

Ampfibian RV-PLUS

What makes the brand new Ampfibian RV-PLUS different is that it is designed exclusively for travellers. Like the premium Ampfibian (RV02) MAX, the RV-PLUS adapts 15A to 10A so you can plug your van into any mains power outlet. It also has a ... [Read More]
June 2, 2017

Al-KO Enduro: Engineered for adventure

AL-KO, the world leaders in caravan chassis & component technology, has expanded its AL-KO Enduro™ suspension range - a new standard in independent trailing arm suspension for Australian caravans and camper trailers. Designed and engineered ... [Read More]
June 2, 2017

Sportscruiser Caravans

Versatile, lightweight and easy to maintain, that’s the philosophy behind Sunshine Coast caravan brand SportsCruiser - yet the finished product goes far beyond that. Started in 2009 by Sunshine Coast locals John and Wendy Smallwood, SportsCru... [Read More]
June 2, 2017

One touch-screen to rule them all

RV Media has a reputation for designing quality products, and their brand new 6.5” Double Din Touch Screen DVD Player is no exception. Stylish and easy to use, this touch-screen multimedia system features a full colour 6.2” screen, along with ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017

The missing solar link

Solar systems are becoming increasingly popular, and you don’t have to look far to find plenty of differing advice and opinions on the best system to use. One of the most important though overlooked, components of a solar system is the solar ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017

Uniden UH8020S: Small but mighty

If you’re about to hit the road, it’s worthwhile considering adding a UHF CB radio to your tow vehicle. It allows you to chat with truckies about hazards ahead, listen to roadwork crews during delays and also radio for help in an emergency. ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017

Hinterland Caravans

Buying a used caravan can be a risky experience which is why the team at Hinterland Caravans perform a 30 Point Mechanical Service on all trade-ins. Putting vehicles through their paces, the service includes a full brake and wheel bearing service ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017

Redarc sets the benchmark

Adelaide-based Redarc Electronics has raised the bar with the next generation release of its award-winning electronic brake controller Tow-Pro, now ensuring smoother braking for drivers towing heavy trailers and caravans. The Tow-Pro Elite, ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017

Motorhomes

Leading the way, Brisbane-based Explorer Motorhomes has become the first Australian RV manufacturer to achieve accreditation for the Australian Made logo. From their very first motorhome in 2010, Explorer has been in demand, and with a new ... [Read More]
May 28, 2017