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 and pulling into camp, is still useful if you only want to tow 2500kg and is able to camp away from the facilities of a caravan park for at least a few nights at a time. Something like this Winnebago caravan named after a river in Queensland that’s named after a failed explorer ticks just about all of those boxes.
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