Roll Up For Club Muster

Four hundred members of the Australian Caravan Club (ACC) in 200 RVs are expected to arrive in Bingara, NSW, next month for the club’s 2017 Annual National Muster. The muster will be held from October...

Supershow Hailed a Success

The final attendance numbers for the 63rd Victorian Caravan, Camping and Touring Supershow, held at the Melbourne Showgrounds in February, have been announced. With 50,613 visitors passing through the gates, and more more than 300 exhibits and...

ACC on the Grow

The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) formed three new branches in March. “March saw a significant increase in branches for our club, with the ACC board approving two new branches in Victoria, and one new branch...

Avida Launches Family Emerald

Avida has kicked off the new year by launching a new family caravan in its Emerald range. The CV 7236 Emerald is available in a 22ft (6.7m) layout, with a 7.3m external body length. It comes with a...

Elite Free Camping

Good idea or going too far? That’s the question following the release of Elite Caravans’ Murray Series 2, which is the first Australian van to be fitted with an in-built Cummins Onan 3600W generator. Weighing...

Kershaw Camping Kiboshed

RV camping at Kershaw Gardens in Rockhampton, Qld, is no longer allowed. On November 15, the Planning and Environment Court ruled against Rockhampton Regional Council, finding that the use of the site for RV camping...

Easter Parade Takes Flight

The Bendigo Easter Festival was once again an exciting, colourful event. The festival, established in 1870, is the oldest such community festival in Australia. This year's famous Easter parade came alive with marching bands, groups from diverse...
Australian standards

New Vehicle Laws Welcomed

Australia has a new regulatory framework governing the importation and local production of vehicles, including RVs of all types. The Road Vehicle Standards Act 2018 (RVSA) passed the Australian Senate on November 27, which was...
Australian Caravan Club

Tourism Minister’s Knuckles Rapped

The Australian Caravan Club has a gentle reminder for the Northern Territory’s tourism minister: yes, grey nomads do contribute to the Northern Territory’s economy. The club was responding to an article in the NT News...
Cruisemaster

Cruisemaster Updates CRS Suspension

RV suspension manufacturer Cruisemaster has released a new generation CRS system, CRS2. CRS – Country Road Suspension – was developed to cater for vanners interested in independent trailing arm suspension without the extra weight of...