Category Archive: Caravans

Jayco Sterling Caravan

Our fourth and current caravan is a 2007 built, Jayco Sterling, 24 foot long and with an ensuite. As you can see it was a massive leap out of the 70s to our… Continue reading

Retro Van Number 3

Continuing on in the series of our caravan progressions, by mid-2013 we were on the lookout for another upgrade of caravan. One thing that can always be an issue in a caravan is… Continue reading

Retro Van Number 2

The Avondale Seasider Deluxe. Sounds very grand doesn’t it? Well this was caravan number 2 for us, we were looking for an upgrade on the 1973 Viscount Ambassador and in 2008 we found… Continue reading

Caravans or time capsules?

Family holidays and capturing the moments in photographs have always played a huge part in my life. The memories and history of not only our lives but places we’ve visited on holidays are… Continue reading

It’s a Takeover!

Exciting News! As of tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday 18th April, I will be taking over the ‘Let’s Go Caravan and Camping’ Instagram account.  Make sure to follow along @letsgocaravancamping to see what I’ve got… Continue reading

What’s on your Christmas Wish List?

Oh dear, not many weeks to go until Christmas, doesn’t it sneak up on you fast! I thought I would put my ideas out there to help anyone who’s looking for a gift… Continue reading

Caravan Maintenance

We’ve had our Jayco Sterling caravan now for three years having bought it second hand. The prices and choices were better in the eastern states than in South Australia so my husband and… Continue reading

Top 10 Caravan Parks in WA

We found some absolute gems of caravan parks in Western Australia, you know the ones that make you gasp when you see the pool, the amenities, the location, location, location! There are some… Continue reading

Australia’s East Coast to West Coast for under $20

Yes it’s true! For less than $20 you can experience the eastern most point of Australia, Cape Byron and Byron Bay to the most westerly point of the continent at Steep Point in… Continue reading

The end of the road…for now

Our first night back in South Australia was an overnight stop at Marla Travellers Rest, a good old reliable spot to camp with fuel, food, power and amenities all together. It’s far enough… Continue reading