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Saturday, May 27, 2017

15 Things I Learned After 5 Years On The Road

For images and the full RV Daily experience, read this in our online magazine. 1 Blessed are the chiller bags These handy zippered bags are the best thing since sliced bread. They are cheap as chips,...

7 Tips for Smarter Packing

Don’t cry over spilt milk. We’ve got seven top tips for smarter (and safer) packing. For images and the full RV Daily experience, read this in our online magazine. There’s nothing like pulling up to a...

DIY Mods Galore

Peter and Jan Bernard are no strangers to camping and touring – it’s part of their DNA. They’ve ridden motorbikes across Australia, owned two camper trailers in the past, and last year took the...

Make Money On The Road: Milk Camels

One way to keep the bank balance healthy on the road The biggest questions I had when travelling were: how can you work on the road? Is there a lot of work and where do...

Lemon Myrtle & Chilli Mud Crabs

This dish is inspired by the Broome culture, honouring the mighty mud crabs. In the early 1900’s the Malaysian, Singaporeans, Japanese and Chinese pearl divers introduced using spices and curries, which inspired locals to...

The Ballad of Mitchell Bert

If you drive from Bourke to Charleville or you catch the monthly bus Christ alone knows why you’d want to but there are those of us who must And you peer out through the windscreen through...

The Amazing Rebirth of a 1967 Jurgens Caravan

In a story dating back to 1952, caravan manufacturer Jurgens has been reunited with one of its original vans – the ‘Pumpkin’ – made in South Africa, and now fully restored by retired adventurers,...

On the Road: 365 Days with a Lotus Freelander

Ron Pollock sold his home and invested in a Lotus Freelander. He explains how it was modified to suit his new life permanently touring Australia. Ron Pollock is a real bushie at heart, he lives...
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