Caravanning Pigs

Take it in. Take it out. It’s not difficult. Not too long ago, I was caravanning in the outback when I came across a brewery’s worth of beer bottles scattered across the otherwise pristine landscape....
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Halen Vans Custom Avalon Offroad Tested

If I were a fan, I could no-doubt pepper this review with plenty of Van Halen puns. Alas, I no nothing about this musical group, other than the fact that in Lilydale, Vic, is...
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Yemmy’s Back But What’s the Diff?

Following on from last month when I said Yemmy was at the RACQ repairers in Mareeba and they couldn't look at him for a week, well, quite a lot has happened since then, including...
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Review: Malibu Caravans Escape

The Tango Escape is now the Malibu Caravans Escape. It’s still an Escape, and it’s still all about the escape. Until recently, this range of vans was built for Tango Caravans, a small outfit in...
Coromalvideo

Review: Coromal Element 553 Evolution RTV

The plan: hitch a ride with Virgin Australia to Brisbane, where Coromal caravans are built nowadays. For my 6am rendezvous at the Melbourne airport, my alarm woke me at 3am. This was going to...
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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 caravan is built – on looks alone the Groundbreaker, well,...

Tasmanian Family Caravanning

My family and I have just arrived back to what my youngest two daughters call Australia from a 28-day tour of Tasmania. What a whirlwind. This was our second trip across Bass Strait; the...
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Bailey Australia Unicorn IV Pamplona Reviewed

Bailey Australia has just launched its promised ‘Australianised’ Unicorn IV Pamplona. If you’ll forgive the brag, we were the first to hitch up this van for an in-depth look. Despite now being built locally, the...