Time To Roam

Breaking – Kirribilli House to be replaced with caravan

In what seems to be the only sensible move by the Australian Government in recent days, Kirribilli house is scheduled to be demolished and replaced by a concrete slab and power box so the Australian Prime Minister can move out quickly, should the ... [Read More]
August 24, 2018

ROAM Issue 33 – Read It Online

This issue we delve into the history of off-road caravans in Australia, and trace it all back to the first off-road caravan trip in 1896. And if you think that's an interesting history, you'll think the next one is sh*t. We look into the rise of the ... [Read More]
May 25, 2018

Australia’s Best Bike Tracks Near Great Campsites

Strap on your helmet, grab your bicycle and get ready to explore Australia via ROAM’s favourite tracks.  Plan your next cycle-vacay based on our close proximity caravan park recommendations. NSW BIKE TRACKS THOMMOS AND ROCKY PONDS CYCLING ... [Read More]
December 6, 2017

Caravan Club Donates $1000 to RACQ Life Flight

Safety of the travelling RVer and speedy access for travellers seeking medical treatment is a high priority for members of the Australian Caravan Club (ACC) Wide Bay Burnett Nomads branch, said branch President Daryl Smith.  “It is for this ... [Read More]
December 5, 2017

Motorhome Review – Horizon Melaleuca Appeal

Van conversion motorhomes occupy a special niche in the Australian RV market. Horizon Motorhomes is the only dedicated manufacturer in that segment and is well known for its quality work and affordable prices. In case you're wondering, the ... [Read More]
October 21, 2017

Winton’s Dunny Derby Run and Won

Media release - Not even high outback temperatures could stop the crowd cheer on for a record run at the 2017 Quilton Australian Dunny Derby with winners of the 2017 porcelain bowl local Winton Butcher “Runny Rumps” taking out the Derby, with ... [Read More]
September 28, 2017

Motorhome Review – Sunliner Habitat

When it comes to trying new things Sunliner isn’t afraid of thinking outside the square.  Witness the new Habitat: Not a true off road motorhome , Sunliner describes it as a long-range, rough-terrain, touring motorhome designed for the serious RV ... [Read More]
September 14, 2017

Top 5 Nomad Towing Mistakes

Doing a “lap of Australia” is more than ever on the bucket list of retirees and younger travellers alike, but overlooking the need for proper preparation is dangerous. 4X4 driving and training consultant STEVE CASSANO outlines the top five ... [Read More]
August 25, 2017

Camper Trailer Review – Blue Tongue Overland XF 2

Blue Tongue releases a Series II upgrade of its popular Overland XF forwardfold camper Forward fold campers have hit the Australian camper trailer scene like a tidal wave in the past three years. Now, their fit outs have begun to evolve so they... [Read More]
August 17, 2017

Video – Mal Leyland visits Eden and Pambula

Mal and Laraine visit Eden and Twofold Bay, a region known for its natural beauty and fascinating whaling past. https://youtu.be/5AssEircwd0 Want to see more of Mal's latest travels? See all of them here. [Read More]
August 1, 2017