Caravan dealer GEORGE LADAS traces the history of this iconic brand and how he found the van of his dreams tucked away in a farm shed.
In the caravan world, the names Viscount and Millard are as synonymous as Ford and Holden is to our car ...
A family of great inventors
If you grew up in Australia in the 20th century, chances are your life has been made easier by a Propert.
Folding Caravans are one of many treasured products designed and built by this inventive family.
John and ...
South Australia produced more than its fair share of caravans in the 1950s and 1960s
Most vintage caravan enthusiasts view the mid-20th century as the golden age of caravans. After all, it was the dawn of an era when every family aspired to own ...
The idea for time to Roam came from the two-year restoration of a classic Viscount that had been in the editor’s family since 1969.
Back in 1974 when I was just four, my Dad’s work with the RAAF took us on a four year adventure from our home ...
The story behind the rise and fall of the Sunliner – Australia’s first fibreglass caravan.
Bert Tickner was barely a teenager when he left school, so it’s hard to believe he went on to design and manufacture one of the most sophisticated ...
By Paul Howe
Russell Walsh started making models of caravans as a teenager and now, many decades later, has one of the country’s biggest collections.
His home in Magill Adelaide is a sight to behold as he continues to add to the bespoke ...