On the Road

Top 5 destinations of the Explorer’s Way

The Explorer’s Way is an iconic Australian road trip that weaves through some of South Australia’s most spectacular landscapes. From Adelaide, you’ll journey through the temperate Mediterranean climate of the Clare Valley, and on to South Australia’s vast arid plains and salt lakes. ADELAIDE Your journey begins in South Australia’s picturesque capital city. Soak up … Continued

Safety tips for your roadie in Northern Australia

Common throughout the remote northern regions of Australia, water crossings are at their most dangerous around the beginning and end of the wet season. If you encounter a large body of water, there are a few important points to remember. Most important is that they’re potentially deadly if not approached with caution. It’s certainly not … Continued

Sydney to Brisbane: The Scenic Route

For a slower, more scenic route from Sydney to Brisbane, or for a standalone picturesque loop, consider taking your caravan along New South Wales’s Fossickers Way. We take you through the touring route’s member towns, and show you the best way to explore a region known for hiding precious gems. NUNDLE TO TAMWORTH Start your journey … Continued

Journey through tropical Queensland wilderness

Right at the tippy top of Queensland, way off the beaten path and well off the radar of most other travellers driving a lap of the country, Cape York is one of the most renowned four-wheel drive spots in Australia. North of the tourist traps of Cairns and Port Douglas, this is one of the … Continued

Off-grid power solutions for your caravan

Heading out for a trip into the wilderness and roughing it with no power? Here’s how to plan carefully and install a reliable off-grid power set-up. Knowing your power needs The first step to setting up your caravan for an off-grid getaway is to figure out how much power you need. If you haven’t taken … Continued

Off-road tracks for winter

Take your four-wheel drive for a spin on these two brilliant remote tracks ideal for the winter months.  Anne Beadell Highway – South Australia/Western Australia Len Beadell, one of the last explorers of Australia, was responsible for surveying many of Central Australia’s most isolated desert from 1947 to 1963. The Anne Beadell Highway is named … Continued

Top tips for outback caravanning

 It’s a delight to travel off the beaten track to remote locations, but when you’re towing a heavy caravan, travelling in the outback becomes a little trickier. Before you head off, it’s important that you have the right gear, the right knowledge, and the right plan and expectations to keep you, your vehicle and your … Continued

Caravanning on a budget

Does it feel like you’re always waiting on your bank account to catch up to your travel dreams? When you set an achievable budget, make savvy travel choices, and add dash of prior planning, your trip of a lifetime is closer than you think! Be deal-savvy If you plan to eat or drink out, scout … Continued

10 tricks to warm up winter

Camping is pure bliss when you’re outdoors with nothing but the stars above your head and a mug of hot chocky in your hands, but winter can seriously curb your appetite for adventure if you aren’t equipped to handle the cold! Here are 10 ways to make winter travels a breeze. 1. Sleeping pads We … Continued

The Anzac landing at Gallipoli

This year continues the centenary of World War I, so here we explore one of the most important events on Australia’s national calendar – the landing of the Anzac soldiers on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. Let’s revisit some of the events that made this particular battle so legendary, and that will be remembered this … Continued

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