Because of safety issues and the law, it’s important to watch the weight of your caravan when it’s loaded. John Ford reports on getting his own van in order. Not long after we purchased our second-hand off road caravan I realised that we were going to have a problem with it being overweight when it […]
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Mountains of fun If most couples were to write a list of everything they might need in their ideal touring caravan, I bet the list would be extensive – and pretty expensive. But, if they really thought about it, and were to remove those things that they could do without, the result would be pretty […]
We explore the Snowy Mountains and the NSW south coast in a 1760 Panther from Goldstream RV Inching our way in low range down the steep Woila Creek Fire Trail with the Goldstream Panther hitched to my Landcruiser, I was glad not to be towing a more massive caravan. The single lane gravel track was […]
The tardis of camp kitchens; compact, complete and lightweight to go anywhere Plates and bowls – check. Knives, forks and spoons – check. Cups for cold drinks – check… oh and coffee cups just to be sure. This is hard work on the brain trying to remember everything for a simple picnic cook up. Eggflip, […]
KARALEE ROCK, WA 50km east of Southern Cross Located only five kilometres north of the Great Eastern Highway and 50 kilometres east of Southern Cross, Karalee Rock is an ideally located free camp between Perth and Kalgoorlie and just one of several granite outcrops which are popular for campers across the Western Australian wheatbelt. […]