Hilltop Caravansvideo

Review: Hilltop Caravans Feathertop 17ft 6in

Here’s a question: do you like caravans that are large and luxurious, or compact and comfortable? Both have their advantages and, similarly, their drawbacks. I fall into the latter category. I admire the big rigs...
Track Trailervideo

Review: Track Trailer T4 Rhapsody

Mention offroad vans and campers and, London to a brick, Track Trailer would figure into the conversation. Based in Bayswater North, Vic, in a purpose-built factory and showroom known as Outback HQ, Track Trailer builds...
Salute Caravansvideo

Review: Salute Caravans Avalon Family Van

Salute Caravans is a relatively new name in the Australian caravan industry. That said, the team at the helm has been building caravans for about seven years. It’s a family enterprise with four models...
Malibu Caravansvideo

Review: Malibu Caravans Family Adventurer

There are a couple of ways to measure value in a caravan: the amount and quality of the gear that’s been fitted, and the time and material behind the build. The Malibu Caravans Family Adventure...
Paramount Caravansvideo

Review: Paramount Caravans Thunder 186 Pop-Top

There’s a lot to be said for smaller vans, from little weekenders – effectively a bed on wheels – to 18ft pop-tops. They’re typically light, which in turn brings numerous benefits. Less fuel, less...
Hilltop Caravansvideo

Review: Hilltop Caravans Macedon 21ft

Hilltop Caravans has been manufacturing caravans for about five years. Frankly, the company had mostly flown under my radar, a sort of quite achiever in the industry. Though it is a relatively small outfit, building...
Atlantic New Generationvideo

Review: Atlantic New Generation 22ft 6in

The rain was pelting down and a heavy mist had descended. I had a 22ft 6in Atlantic New Generation hitched up, and in those conditions, I couldn’t say for sure that I’d chosen the best...
Crusader Excaliburvideo

Review: Crusader Excalibur Serenity

Couple’s vans, such as this Crusader Excalibur Serenity, take all shapes and sizes. After all, what one travelling couple needs another wouldn’t touch with a barge pole. Heck, some would be perfectly happy with...
Regal motorhomevideo

Review: Regal B Class Motorhome

Regal has long made attractive, well-regarded caravans. The company has been in business for longer than I’ve been lurking around the industry, that’s for certain. Nonetheless, it came as a surprise to discover that...
roadstar caravansvideo

Review: Roadstar Caravans GT Classic 17ft 6in Family Van

Roadstar Caravans is continuing its aggressive push into the budget caravan market. The company, owned by Ken Nizam, is attempting to make serious inroads in the important $50,000 to $60,000 caravan market which, for many...