I’ve noticed recently a concerning trend in a few caravan parks in South Australia, and that is the heavy investment in cabins over caravan spaces. In a few caravan parks, spaces that were once prime caravan sites have been sacrificed for permanent onsite cabins which is really disappointing to current caravan owners, and the hundreds… Read More Caravans vs Cabins
Taking your dog on holidays can be rewarding for you and them, but having a plan before you go and packing for their needs, will make life on the road easier. See my tips in this article in RV Daily magazine.
The Murray River, Lakes & Coorong Tourism Alliance has released their visitor information guide for 2022. Inside the guide you’ll find everything you need to know before visiting the regions covered which include the Murray River towns of Swan Reach, Mannum, Murray Bridge, Tailem Bend and Goolwa.
For those contemplating free camping it can seem a little daunting, but with a bit of preparation you may find it will be your favourite (and cheapest) way to experience a caravan holiday in Australia. The phrase free camping can cover a few different options from roadside stops on highways, to more remote off the… Read More 9 Top Tips for Free Camping
It’s spring time and the weather is warming up, holidays are beckoning and caravanners and campers are planning their next outing. When planning a long road trip it can be good to mix up your accommodation options between caravan parks, national parks, stations and free camps and all appeal for different reasons. With a caravan… Read More Best Free Camps SA & NT
An epic Aussie road trip is to drive through the centre of the country from south to north, along the Explorers Way ~ Stuart Highway. Read my latest story for what to see and expect on this drive, on CamperMate https://blog.campermate.com.au/getaway-guides/nt/travel-the-explorers-way-a-caravanners-guide/ Happy Travels Glenys