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Big Lap Tips and Tricks

It’s year three of full-time caravanning now and we at Four Hands in a Tin Can have come to the conclusion that you are...
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Travelling Australia: Then and Now

Australia has bewitched us for over 40 years. We arrived in 1977 as young immigrants from the United States, Steve as a teacher and...
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Kokoda Cadet II Platinum XLi Reviewed

A true family adventure calls for a true family caravan, such as this Kokoda Cadet. If you’ve ever tried to make do with a...
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The Perfect Caravan Park

I met Jonathan and Jennifer Luth last year just after they – and their Sprinter motorhome – had arrived in Australia. Their bright blue Sprinter had...
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Police Roadside Caravan Safety Inspections

Every now and again, social media catches fire with news of a police blitz on caravan safety and towing compliance. Invariably, it goes that...

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Travelling Australia: Then and Now

Australia has bewitched us for over 40 years. We arrived in 1977 as young immigrants from the United States, Steve as a teacher and...

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Big Lap Tips and Tricks

It’s year three of full-time caravanning now and we at Four Hands in a Tin Can have come to the conclusion that you are...

Yemmy the Motorhome is Back!

My motorhome, Yemmy, was damaged a few months ago in an accident, but when he arrived back following the repairs on a tilt truck,...

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Legend Caravans Groundbreaker: Reviewed

There are caravans, pop-tops, camper trailers… and then there’s the Legend Groundbreaker. Yes, it’s an attention-grabbing offroad van.I’m not just talking about how this...

Kokoda Cadet II Platinum XLi Reviewed

A true family adventure calls for a true family caravan, such as this Kokoda Cadet. If you’ve ever tried to make do with a...

Jurgens Caravans Solaris: Tested and Rated

If I was to mention Jurgens Caravans, a particular style would come to mind: a beige, slightly textured exterior finish, a distinctive shape and...

FX2: Forward-Fold Camper by Concept Caravans

Concept Caravans has long been a highly regarded caravan manufacturer. Established in 2004, it didn’t take long before the company became one of Australia’s...

Review: EzyTrail Parkes 15

It’s compact. It sleeps four people. It’s an offroader that won’t break the bank. It’s the new Parkes 15 by EzyTrail.EzyTrail was established 11...

Grant Cruiser Tested and Rated

Have you ever asked yourself if the person attempting to sell you a caravan actually owns a caravan, or has ever been caravanning? More...

RV TECH

Rules of Safe Towing

It’s every caravanner’s worst fear: a sway that quickly gathers steam until, like an unpredictable double pendulum, it jerks out of control. On the...

Solar Myths for Caravans and Motorhomes

The issue of solar for caravans and motorhomes is surrounded by innuendo and outright untruths. Here, we bust 10 of the most common myths.Myth...

Caravan Weight Myths

Myth 1: It is fine to have end weight (like toolboxes and spare wheels) as long as the front end is heavier than the...
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