Reviews

Whether you are buying a caravan, camper trailer, motorhome or campervan – the choice can be staggering. Here we’ve got the best advice on which dream home on wheels is going to be best for your next adventure.

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

Wireless Trailer Connector – First Look

Trailer plugs are as synonymous with caravanning as ball hitches and arguments about shackles. And there are so many different types of trailer plugs, that there's almost a whole industry centred around adaptors between the different types. But a ... [Read More]
June 6, 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

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

Review – Feldon Shelter Crows Nest Extended

When rooftop tents first became a thing, they were mostly built by small, specialist canvas workers who had a passion for camping themselves – think Mr Swagman, owned by former 4WD Monthly deputy editor Mark Allen, or Shipp Shape, invented by ... [Read More]
April 2, 2019

Redarc Redvision Review

I know plenty of media has already reviewed and praised the Redarc Redvision system, but I’ve been hesitating until I’d used it in a handful of campers and caravans and really got my head around it. I think I finally have. Redvision is the ... [Read More]
April 2, 2019

100 Things To See In The Kimberley – Book Review

The Kimberley is nearly twice the size of Victoria, which means going there without a guide of some sort probably means missing the best of it. It's also one of Australia’s most sparsely populated and visited regions – only half the people that ... [Read More]
March 26, 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

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

Book Review – Explore Australia by Caravan and Motorhome (6th Ed.)

Can the author of his own book write a balanced review of it? Probably not. I've known the author of Explore Australia by Caravan and Motorhome (6th Ed.) all his life, and I have to say, I’ve never met a more humble, good-looking or talented ... [Read More]
December 11, 2018