The camel has come a long way from the days of being used as a pack animal It has been estimated that more than a million camels roam throughout Central Australia, and despite their bad reputation for trampling our too-fragile desert ecosystems, camel spotting is my favourite pastime on every Red Centre road trip. I’ve […]
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This 1967 Airstream has been polished to a mirror finish If you ask vintage caravan enthusiasts to name the most iconic caravan brand of all time, some will nominate the luxurious Don caravans, which are often dubbed “the Rolls Royce of Australian caravans”. Others will suggest vintage Sunliners, which were built in NSW at the […]
Australia is an extraordinary country that we are lucky to call home. The largest island and smallest continent on the planet, it so enthrals, educates, amazes and amuses that some of us can’t get enough of it. We travel countless kilometres a year by road and air (nothing beats a window seat view of the […]
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 […]
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 […]