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Paramount Duet Reviewed and Rated

The Paramount Duet has been on the scene for donkey’s years. It was, in fact, one of the earliest caravans to incorporate fold-out bed-ends. Sure, retractable beds had been fitted to campers going back...
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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...
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Review: Bushranger Joey

Offroad vans come in various shapes and sizes, but some are so large that the idea of tackling tight tracks seems a bridge too far. That’s where the Bushranger Joey comes in. Not only...
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Test: Little Caravan Company Optimiser Series 2

There’s something to be said for compact caravans. Typically, they’ll be light enough for a Prado, an older HiLux, or even an old Ford Falcon wagon. The Little Caravan Company has been on the scene...
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Review: Nova Metrolink

When is an entry level caravan not an entry level caravan? The Nova Metrolink might provide a few clues. You see, it sits in the lower end of this award-winning manufacturer’s range, but with...
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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,...
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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...
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Review: Atlantic Caravans High Terrain 19ft

They don’t call the north Melbourne suburb of Campbellfield the caravan manufacturing capital of Australia for nothing. Drive along of the industrial side streets and you’ll spot sign after sign announcing the factory of...
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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...
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Review: Avida Rock Offroader

These days, it’s all about offroad caravans. At least, it seems that most manufacturers offer an ‘offroader’ in their stable of vans. Avida joined the offroad gang last year with the release of the Rock....