It might have taken ten years of building caravans in Australia, but Jurgens has now shaken off the conservative image inherited from their South African origin with the recently released Solaris. The new van is a substantial change to a more modern style, and fit-out for the company yet retains the well-engineered dirt road capability […]
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Iron Clad You can get into some pretty interesting conversations around the campfire about what constitutes an off-road caravan. Does merely fitting high ground clearance suspension and a bunch of solar panels qualify? Or is there more to it? For my money, there are only a few genuine off-road vans produced in Australia, and I’d […]
A Van for the family As one of the leading van builders in the country, Avan has evolved over the years from making quirky campers to producing an extensive range of RV products including hard and poptop caravans and motorhomes. Their vans are aimed squarely at blacktop wanderers who may occasionally venture off the beaten […]
Like the proverbial birds of a feather, vintage caravan enthusiasts like to get together It is always enjoyable seeing a vintage caravan hitched up to a classic tow car, maybe at a heritage or country fair, or at a car show. But to see retro rigs at their very best, you need to catch a […]
One of Tasmania’s finest heritage villages On previous visits to Ross I had never had more than a pie from the renowned bakery and lunch by the picturesque old sandstone bridge. Little did I know the town had so much more to offer. When we could find no other accommodation for the Christmas break we […]