Idiot on the Great Ocean Road - GoRVvideo

Here’s an alternative way to travel down the Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is known for the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, scenic hamlets such as Port Campbell and Peterborough... and it apparently also attracts the occasional idiot.We were at Cumberland River Holiday...
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Test: Goldstream RV Storm RL

Goldstream RV has launched a new ‘Premium Package’ for its series of wind-up campers. This package is loaded up with all of the gear you’re likely to need when you’re on the (off)road.If you’re...
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Review: Tango Caravans Escape

The Australian RV market is overflowing with new caravans. But how many cost less than $50,000? Experience suggests a circa 18ft van with a full-width rear ensuite, independent suspension, solar, 190L of fresh water,...

Kununurra Travel Guide

Many Australian towns were established to provision a particular industry. In the case of Kununurra, it was to support the 1963 construction of a diversion dam which, in turn, was the first step in...

A Caravan Obsession

When Graeme and Robyn Pleming sold their herd of dairy cows a couple of years ago, they were no longer tied to milking twice a day. They could start thinking about enjoying their semi-retirement....

Kangaroo Island Camping: Essential Travel Guide

We recently returned from a glorious trip to South Australia’s Kangaroo Island, and to our delight, little had changed in the 17 years since we had been there last. The island is ideally suited...
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Review: Dreamseeker F-14 Tom Cat Toyhauler

A caravan is a home away from home. But what if that home on wheels also has a garage? Enter the Dreamseeker Tom Cat Toyhauler.Toyhaulers are caravans with two distinct zones: a front living...

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 1: All solar modules are much the same so buy...
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Review: Crusader Musketeer Aramis

I admit it. It had been some time – perhaps three years – since I’d towed a Crusader caravan. I’m not sure what was behind the separation but, hitching up the Aramis one bitterly...

Travelling With Kids: Challenges and Rules

Travelling with kids has its challenges. And because it so graphically illustrates the need for everyone to take care, even in the relatively safe confines of a caravan park, GoRV is linking to this...