Caravan News

Caravan Industry Well Regulated Says Peak Body

The caravan industry's national body has slammed suggestions by Channel 10's news and current affairs program The Project, that the industry lacks regulation. The television show aired a four-minute segment on Friday night, September 1, citing two ... [Read More]
September 6, 2017

Man Charged For Rebirthing 81 Caravans

A Queensland man has been charged by police after allegedly rebirthing 81 previously written off caravans and selling them to unsuspecting buyers. The investigation was carried out by the Queensland Police’s Drug and Serious Crime Group. Acco... [Read More]
August 8, 2017

Evans Head caravan park upgrade on the move

  An Evans Head caravan park is preparing for its three year, $14.5 million upgrade. North Coast Holiday Park, Evans Head will boast a site sustainable to both the environment and the local economy. The focus of development will be on ... [Read More]
July 4, 2017

Police crack down on Nimbin culture

Nimbin, the Northern NSW town famous internationally for its counter culture and 1973 Aquarius Festival is coming to grips with the loss of a major tourism drawcard. Backpackers and grey nomads from around the world have been drawn to Nimbin for ... [Read More]
June 22, 2017

Caravan catches fire in Ballina park

By Kimberley Nicoll   A caravan at a Ballina caravan park became engulfed in flames early yesterday morning. Police, Fire & Rescue and paramedics were called to Hibiscus Gardens Caravan Park just before 7am. It’s not known what ... [Read More]
June 20, 2017

New for 2017: Aussie technology transforming RVs

By Chris Bowen in Las Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world’s largest technology trade fair, taking place in Las Vegas every January.  It’s the place where the biggest tech companies launch their new and innovative products ... [Read More]
June 3, 2017

The outback town with a name worth fighting for

Photo Credit: Qantas Founders Museum By Kimberley Nicoll   It’s famous as the birthplace of Qantas and the airline once used the town’s name to brand its 747 fleet. Now Longreach has become caught up in a trademark dispute in the ... [Read More]
June 3, 2017

Police open fire outside Queensland caravan park

Photo Credit: Sunshine Coast Daily By Kimberley Nicoll   A police officer pulled out his handgun and shot a dog three times outside a popular Sunshine Coast caravan park. Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park Manager Lee Nelson was mowing lawns ... [Read More]
June 3, 2017

Caravan ‘re-birthing’ scam exposed

By Kimberley Nicoll Queensland police are yet to lay charges against a caravan dealer they allege has been illegally selling caravans previously written off in insurance claims. Police are jointly investigating the so-called “re-birthing” ... [Read More]
June 3, 2017

Overwhelming destination choice leaves travellers disappointed

Photo Credit: Qanats Upon being presented with an inordinate selection of holiday destinations, travellers are more likely to be dissatisfied with their choice. The University of Sydney Business School has released a research article by Dr ... [Read More]
June 3, 2017