Travel

Caravanning At Tweed Heads

In the week that we stayed in Tweed Heads, we never actually made it to the actual headwaters of the Tweed River – a fact I only just realised as I sat down to write about it. In fact, I’m not even sure we set foot or line in the Tweed at all. ... [Read More]
October 8, 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

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

Top Gong for Tweed Coast Park – Again

The Tweed Coast’s top family holiday destination – Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff Beach, has taken home the award for ‘Best of the Best NSW Holiday Park’ and the ‘Best Holiday Park North Coast’ held at the recent  2018 Caravan ... [Read More]
October 23, 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

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

Travel – Noosa to Inskip Point on the beach

From the north side of Noosa all the way to Inskip Point (the sandy spit that almost touches Fraser Island) is a trip that takes over two hours if done in a conventional car on conventional roads. There are pretty sections along it, but it’s ... [Read More]
February 27, 2018

Caravanning in Peterborough, SA

Once a thriving rail junction connecting the silver wealth of Broken Hill and meagre wheat income of the Flinders Ranges with the world, Peterborough (formerly Petersburg), is now a charming hub of history that shouldn’t be passed by if you’ve ... [Read More]
December 29, 2017

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

Pottsville South Holiday Park Voted Best Park

One of my favourite parks on the New South Wales north coast has picked up a well deserved award at the recent NSW Caravan & Camping Industry annual awards ceremony. Picked as the best north coast holiday park with less than 100 sites, the award ... [Read More]
October 23, 2017