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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Video Review – Winnebago Burke C

In my mind there’s an ideal size and layout for a caravan built for two doing an extended trip of Australia. There’s not a lot of criteria to it either. It’s something that’s around 16 to 18 feet long, is easy to manage, both on the highway ... [Read More]
April 4, 2018

Caravan Review – Jayco Expanda 16.49-3 Outback

When friends of mine started planning a six-month trip of Australia with their young family – taking their kids out of school for a couple of terms to bolster their educations with some amazing experiences – they asked me for a shortlist of ... [Read More]
December 6, 2017

Caravan Review – Living Edge Bellagio 7.2D

The promise of a luxury caravan is not so far reached as it used to be. We’ve all noticed that nearly every van on the market is fitted with its own shower and toilet, air conditioning and a very well appointed bed. So it shouldn’t be a surprise ... [Read More]
October 23, 2017

Review: Supreme 19’6 Classic Tourer

By Rod Bruem Sizing up the right new caravan to buy is a bit like the old Goldilocks and the Three Bears scenario. You don’t want one too big for your needs, spending more than you need to and ending up with something overly onerous to ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Windsor Rapid RA5015 – Caravan Review

by Rod Bruem When disco and denim became popular back in the mid 1970s, so too did the great Aussie pop top. Fast forward 40 years and these hybrid RVs – part tent – part caravan - still hold a significant niche in the Australian RV ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Traveller Obsession 21′ – Caravan Review

By James Field RRP: $92,990 (from Hinterland Caravans) George Andonovski started building caravans close to 40 years ago, launching Traveller Caravans back in 1984. Four years ago the company moved into a new purpose built factory in ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Coromal Appeal AP554s – Caravan Review

RRP $41 500 Review by James Field We could make all sorts of puns about the Coromal Appeal “appealing” to wider market. The fact is the latest compact ensuite caravan from the WA-based manufacturer really does inject a new level of ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Supreme Anniversary 2160 RTR – Caravan Review

The ultimate birthday gift  Supreme comes to the 30th party with a heap of extras By Rod Bruem It’s fairly common practice these days for kids to go to a birthday party and leave with a “gift bag” of their own. Isn’t it about ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Sportscruiser 1800 Cross Country – Caravan Review

It’s all about the bathroom Sexy Sportscruiser reinvented the go-anywhere retro chic caravan. Now it’s had an upgrade to satisfy buyer demands for a bigger ensuite. By Rod Bruem Of all the caravans we’ve reviewed, Sportscsruiser has ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017

Jayco Silverline – Caravan Review

The tale of two Jayco Silverlines “We liked the product so much we bought it twice” How Australia’s top selling luxury caravan has been made even better.   By Cathy Wagner What, another new van?  This was the catchcry of our ... [Read More]
May 27, 2017