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The Big Lap Part 11

As they say, all good things must come to an end, so this edition, we’ve brought you the last part of Australia’s iconic Big Lap. Broome to Port Hedland 598 kilometres While this journey is long, you’ll be rewarded on your drive with the delights of Eighty Mile Beach, the longest uninterrupted beach in Western … Continued

Caravanning from the back seat: The unknown town on the Great Ocean Road – Kennett River edition

Below is an article by Tom McGay for our regular Caravanning from the back-seat feature. From Torquay to Apollo Bay to Warrnambool, the Great Ocean Road has loads of awesome towns but some just don’t get enough recognition. A town that is definitely worth a night’s stay, but gets nowhere near as much hype as it deserves … Continued

Let’s get back to basics!

There’s nothing better than a camping trip to leave behind the stresses of everyday life and immerse yourself in the wonders of nature. Packing is an important part of planning any trip but are you bringing along too many things? Nowadays there are so many gadgets and camping add-ons out there, but you can end … Continued

National Parks: Victoria

Caravanning Australia continues our ‘National Parks’ series, this time in Victoria. This state boasts some of Australia’s best national parks, with daytrip, overnight and longer camping options. From snowy peaks to eucalypt forests to beach walks, there is plenty of adventure to throw yourself into. Here are Caravanning’s picks (a hard task with so many … Continued

Western Australia’s Wheatbelt wonders

From July to December each year, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with one of nature’s most beautiful displays – wildflowers bloom in all varieties and colours. This part of Australia is home to more than 12,000 species, 60 per cent of which are endemic to the state. Here are some wildflower spots to … Continued

Get your caravan fitted out with the right gear

Australia is one of the most beautiful places to travel in a caravan, with lots of untouched wilderness and stunning natural sights to see. Camping has never been more comfortable, safe and easy with lots of gear developments out there. With so many options to choose from, it can be a challenge to work out … Continued

Spring is in the air

In response to the pandemic, the Floriade festival is moving out of its traditional home in Commonwealth Park, to more than 130 locations all across Canberra. Dubbed Floriade: Reimagined, the festival combines in-person and virtual experiences to present a fresh take on the iconic spring celebration. With the flowers blooming after a long and hard … Continued

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