Caravan Reviews

Unbiased Caravan Reviews

Time to Roam’s unbiased caravan reviews are carried out by experts in the field who are committed to providing accurate and trustworthy information for those looking for a new caravan, pop-top or off-road van include reviews of Jayco Caravans, Coromal Caravans, Windsor Caravans and many more. They’re always conducted in real-to-life situations by people who actually camp and caravan themselves. The list is constantly growing, so check back whenever you can.

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Why We Use Camplify And You Should Too

I first heard about the sharing economy at the NRMA, who I was employed by at the time. It had just introduced some sort of employee initiative giving us access to a sharing hub from which we could hire or borrow tools from other people in the ... [Read More]
October 29, 2019

Review – Coromal Element Evolution RTV

After years of being the bane of shareholders in Western Australia, Coromal is now finally in the hands of another ASX listed company, this time on the east coast. It was picked up for a pretty penny by Apollo in June last year, along with stable... [Read More]
August 16, 2019

Willow RV – First Look

To be honest, coming to caravan shows to see what's new can be a little so, so on occasions - quite often I see much of the same in caravan after caravan, brand after brand. How many different ways can you fit a bed, small kitchen and bathroom in a ... [Read More]
June 5, 2019

Jayco Adventurer 16.50-3 – Review

There is so much variance in the world of off-road caravans. Look on any classifieds website and you’ll be able to inspect a $145,000, 16-foot custom Bushtracker alongside a $75,000, 15-foot Lotus Off-Grid or a $35,000 15-footer from China. It ... [Read More]
May 31, 2019

Kimberley Kampers Harder to Kill Than Jon Snow

Ballina-based off-road camper trailer and caravan manufacturer has had its fair share of controversy over the last 18-months, but the innovative, tech-heavy builder is proving harder to kill than Game Of Throne's Jon Snow. This weekend the ... [Read More]
May 29, 2019

The Little Olympic That’s A Blast From The Past

If you're planning on visiting the Rosehill Supershow this week, you'll very likely be overwhelmed by large, fancy caravans that are heavy and have all the bells and whistles. They also have the price-tag to go with it. But tucked away in a back ... [Read More]
May 1, 2019

Caravan Review – Viscount V2

If you knew next-to-nothing about caravans, there’s a good chance the ‘next-to’ would be the name Viscount. At one time it was a powerhouse in Australian manufacturing, producing seven out of every 10 caravans on the market. It even owned the ... [Read More]
March 16, 2019

Caravan Review – Adria Adora 612

While we were showing off a bunch of vintage caravans at the recent Sydney Caravan Camping Holiday Show, some friends of mine came past and asked if they should buy an Adria. I quizzed them briefly about what they wanted to do. They’ve got a ... [Read More]
November 22, 2018

Caravan Review – Avida Rock Family Bunk Van

Avida, still a family run company after more than 50 years (although formerly known as Freeway Campers and then Winnebago) has long been one of Australia’s foremost builders of caravans, campers, slide-ons and motorhomes. However, in all that time ... [Read More]
August 7, 2018

Caravan Review – New Age Manta Ray

New Age Caravans has always been well known for its contemporary design, stunning interiors and good value vans. The company has undergone a significant amount of change over the last 12 months, though, which includes significant investment from the ... [Read More]
August 7, 2018