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Street Talk: RV Weights revisited

Ignorance is no excuse when it comes to RV weights.

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Pleasures and Pitfalls of a Pre-loved Purchase

Purchasing a pre-loved caravan or motorhome might seem daunting, but by working through some simple checks, particularly in the case of a caravan, it can be a fairly straightforward process.

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Suncamper Conqueror

There are a small number of 4WD motorhomes in the market, but this recent arrival might be a game-changer.

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Decisions, Decisions

Buying an RV is a big experience and for many people second only to buying a house. Here’s a few clues to simplify the process.

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Sunliner Switch S494G

Large rear storage areas are rare here in Australia and Sunliner decided to do something about that.

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Paradise Liberation Platinum

It was time to get back behind the wheel of the best-selling Paradise Liberation Platinum

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Greater Shepparton region

Victoria's Greater Shepparton is not just the 'town with the cows', it’s home to ‘Many Great Things’

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Hunter Valley

Driving around the Hunter Valley in a couple of high-end luxury motorhomes with regular pit stops to fill our ‘tanks’ with wine, was a suitable way to spend a few days on a 'work' event

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Wildflower country

Take time to explore this incredible region as it lights up with colour during wildflower season

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KEA Discovery 4 Berth and Jayco Traveller 6 Berth

This ‘doubles team’ of ex-rental motorhomes served up an ace for a family during an annual tennis pilgrimage to Shepparton, VIC

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Lessons from a solo traveller with a caravan in tow

Solo travel can seem daunting, especially for those without a lot of towing experience. Melissa Scott shares the many lessons she learned on her first solo trip.

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Caravan review: New Age Caravans Manta Ray 18ft Ensuite

John Ford explores the latest mid-range couples tourer, the 18ft Manta Ray.

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