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To keep your caravan looking new you need to protect it from the moment to take ownership.
Caravanning is one of life’s simple pleasures, but we all enjoy a little innovation when it comes to making it easier in the caravan kitchen.
Give your caravan interior a quick makeover by painting your upholstery.
Here are a list of the best satellite navigation devices specifically designed for caravanners.
You can save yourself hundreds of dollars a year by doing your own roof maintenance on your caravan.
Your caravan bears the brunt of all weather and road conditions, so it’s worth investing in quality mud guards to help protect it from damage.
If you’re looking for some tips about caravanning, the blogosphere can help.
The Gold Coast Caravan and Camping Expo is back in 2017 and will be held at Metricon Stadium from 3-5 March.
When you’re on the road all day, particularly in remote areas, you won’t always be able to stop and grab healthy snacks along the way.
While some people would consider taking a baby in nappies on a caravan holiday their worst nightmare, there are some things you can do to make it easi
Many caravanners like to give their rig a name to personalise it and add character.
This debate has always been popular with road warriors and continues as new technology improves models.
In this internet-driven age, being out of Wi-Fi range for too long is simply unthinkable. Luckily, a clever gadget dubbed the BearExtender is helping
Make sure you are always well rested and road-ready when caravanning.
Giving your caravan a fresh coat of interior paint is a quick and easy way to transform the inside.
An open campfire is a big part of camping, but if it is not constructed, used and extinguished correctly, it can easily cause a bushfire.
Now you can make some money from your caravan or RV when you’re not using them.
One of the great benefits of being on the road is the new friends you make along the way in some of the most unexpected places.
Wet weather is a game changer when it comes to driving or towing a caravan, so you need to take precautions to ensure a safe trip.
Here are some ways you can do your bit for local economies when passing through on your next caravanning adventure.
Even on a budget, it's possible to snag a great caravan for a bargain.
Stay safe around your caravan's electrical circuit.
When it comes to increased storage, new single drawer units from Ironman 4x4 prove most versatile.
Avoid the danger of buying stolen property by checking the stolen caravan registry before you buy a secondhand caravan.
Having the right storage options is key to keeping your caravan well organised.
It can be tricky to find appropriate parking for your caravan.
Instead of the usual extended family gathering, consider taking a break at one of Australia’s caravan parks.
The family behind the local Adamas brand is confident their new range will become popular among the Australian caravan community.
The last thing you’ll want on your caravan trip is problems with your tyres, so it’s important to at least regularly check the pressure.
Designed in Italy, the new range of Wingamm micro vans manufactured by Volkswagen is coming to Australia.
You no longer need to worry about dirt, sand or dust gathering on your camping mats and spoiling your outdoor fun.
A clean bathroom is a basic hygiene requirement.
Solar power is a clean source of energy, can provide energy independence while on the road and allows you to be more self-sufficient in your caravan.
Many people consider their pets a part of the family, and don't want to leave them behind during caravan holidays.