Black is Back Of the many so-called off-road caravans on the market, few offer real all-terrain travel. This Bushmaster is a genuine offroader and boasting a generous warranty, it claims to be the toughest in the land. Bushmaster is the real deal. According to company founder Terry Ryan, his vans will go anywhere the tow […]
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MILLARD DUO As most readers will know, the local caravan industry is largely based in Melbourne. So, as one of only a couple of builders in Sydney, Millard flies the flag for NSW and continues as an industry icon with a history going back over seventy-five years. To demonstrate the versatility of their range, Millard […]
A stopover along the Goulburn River, just like Major Mitchell did in 1836. Here is a great spot for travellers heading along the Hume or along the Goulburn Highways in the central area of Victoria, and with a bit of history thrown in as well. This was the site where Thomas Mitchell crossed the Goulburn […]
WELLINGTON DAM, WA Potters Gorge campground is attractively nestled in jarrah woodland on the shores of Wellington Dam, within the Wellington National Park in Western Australia’s south west. This is a very popular campsite for locals, families, travellers, school and scouting groups as it is only 51 kilometres (45 minutes) from Bunbury and 28 kilometres (25 […]
Tasmania is famous for it’s wilderness regions and among the amazing forests is Lake Pedder When I was a young student at the Australian National University, back in the early 1970s, the Canberra campus atmosphere was heady with social consciousness, and student activism was seen and heard on a wide range of issues, like Australia’s […]