Motorhome Reviews

Time to Roam’s unbiased motorhome reviews are carried out by experts in the field who are committed to providing accurate and trustworthy information for those looking for a new campervan, RV, motorhome or expedition vehicle or off-road motorhome. They’re always conducted in real-to-life situations by people who actually camp and motorhome themselves. The list is constantly growing, so check back whenever you can.

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Motorhome Review – Winnebago Coogee

Winnebago, under the supervision of Apollo Motorhome Holidays in Australia, has been kicking a lot of goals lately. It’s listed itself on the Australian stock exchange, bought a large share of peer-to-peer caravan hire business, Camplify, bought ... [Read More]
February 12, 2019

Trakka Rebuilds A Classic

Around the world, the most sought-after Kombi camper conversions are undoubtably the old Wesfalia's, but in Australia, those done by 40-something-year-old Trakka are becoming increasingly popular. The family owned business is very proud of its ... [Read More]
February 11, 2019

Motorhome Review – Avida Birdsville

The gold-standard in caravans, at the moment, seems to be something with a massive ensuite at the rear, but when it comes to motorhomes, that's not quite so easy - because where then do you put the bed. You can't easily put it at the front, because ... [Read More]
August 8, 2018

What To Do If You Get A Lemon Caravan

New caravans and campers in Australia are being registered and trundled out onto the road in ever increasing numbers in pursuit of the Australian nomadic dream. You don’t need grey hair to do it. Heads of all colours are chasing their horizons. ... [Read More]
August 7, 2018

ROAM Issue 34 – Read It Online

Want to know why Roothy would never buy a caravan (and what he'd do the grey-nomad-thing in instead), or how to tow or drive anything into the outback and back out again? Interested in touring West Oz, but don't want to spend a fortune doing it? ... [Read More]
July 31, 2018

Review – Horizon Motorhomes Waratah 4×4

I was concerned driving such a large vehicle onto Killick Beach, north of Crescent Head. I’m no stranger to driving on beaches, or even driving on this particular one. Maybe it’s the thought of taking $200,000 worth of campervan into an area ... [Read More]
June 7, 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

Campervan Review – Frontline Hiace Adventurer

Started 30 years ago now, Fronline Campers has built a solid reputation for simplicity and reliability. Founded by a young Peter Farugia, who’d been building campers for another well known Sydney brand, and Jeff Verhagen, the pair’s first ... [Read More]
April 5, 2018

Video Review – Adria Coral Motorhome

This might be a broad-stroke racial stereotype, but the Europeans just know how to do motorhomes. Or maybe they don’t but the few that trickle into Australia through importers like Adria are just the cream of the crop and so often just make sense. ... [Read More]
April 4, 2018

Video Review – Frontline Hiace Adventurer

When it comes to campervan conversions, it's easy to think that for it to be a good one, it's got to be a Kombi - or at least a modern iteration of that - a Volkswagen Transporter T5. But that's just not the case, as we find when we check out the ... [Read More]
October 21, 2017