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10 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Australia

Close your eyes and envision the quintessential Australian holiday. Did you imagine clear skies, stunning coastlines and tanned bodies? Or the sun scorching over the red land with dingoes and kangaroos roaming about? Either way, you likely don’t associate Australia with dreary weather, but it can happen and is especially likely...

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Red Centre: Uluru, Olgas, and Kings Canyon Guide

Making it out to the Australian Red Centre is a commitment, but those that do will be rewarded. Exploring the quintessential Australian outback in a campervan is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The wide-open roads and stretches of emptiness give a true sense of the continent’s vastness. Here are some examples of the...

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Cooking in your Campervan: The Essentials

Sydney and Melbourne have some of the finest dining establishments and are meccas for foodies. Outside of the metropolitan cities, however, the choices tend to be limited. You might only come across one roadhouse in a hundred kilometres for a hearty dinner amongst the characters of the outback. While that is...

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Where to See Australia’s Iconic Wildlife

Where to See Australia’s Iconic WildlifeAustralia is a massive hunk of an island.Because the nation is so isolated, unique animals roam throughout the diverselandscapes. Spotting iconic native fauna is high on most Australian traveller’sbucket lists. Sure, one can easily find them at zoos, but encountering wildlifein their natural habitat is even...

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How to Save Money on your Australia Camping Road Trip

Australia is one of the most beautiful destinations on Earth, but it comes with a price tag: it is also one of the most expensive places to travel. Seeing the country via campervan is the ultimate way to experience Australia on a budget. Here are some easy ways to cut costs...

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The Perfect Day at Wilsons Promontory

A perfect camping road trip in Victoria, Australia should include Wilsons Promontory National Park as a top destination. Situated three hours southeast of Melbourne, Wilsons Promontory – or “the Prom” - is a protected wildlife and natural haven located at the southern-most tip of mainland Australia. It is no surprise that...

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Cairns to Sydney in a Campervan: Top Destinations that Aren't Beaches

Most people envision pristine waters and surfers under the sun when imagining an Australian holiday. True, Australia is blessed with spectacular beaches; it’s no wonder that 85% of the population lives near the coast. When planning an East Coast road trip, most guides are unsurprisingly inundated with beach recommendations.Not everyone, however,...

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Ultimate Space! Darwin to Brisbane in a Campervan

I'm a lover of wide, open spaces. I live in the South Island of New Zealand and very rarely are you travelling without a view of a mountain range of some sort. It's absolutely beautiful, don't get me wrong, but there' something refreshing about seeing nothing but horizon all around you.I...

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Camping in the Northern Beaches of Sydney

I have friends & family in Sydney who we could stay with, but trying to figure out where you can store your car & camper trailer (if you are doing an extended trip) is always tricky. So we had to find somewhere to base ourselves, where we could take the car...

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The Yorke Peninsula road trip

The Yorke Peninsula, west of Adelaide, is a tucked away traveller’s gem. Often overshadowed in South Australia by the more well-known holiday destinations such as Victor Harbour and the Barossa Valley the peninsula is still largely undiscovered by holiday makers. Yet given half a chance the rugged coastline, dramatic cliff faces...

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