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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Elite Caravans 24ft Hume

Lionel and Lyn are no strangers to travel. With many years spent camping across the country in tents, they not only got to know the terrain and how to do it the hard way,...

This is what happens when a mining company builds a caravan

The Explorex is borne of the Kimberley. Words & images Ray Cully It’s very easy to get caught up the excitement of looking at a shiny new van. All the gloss and chrome can be a distraction...

Tow Test Part One: Overstepping The Mark

If you have a job that’s too much for a mass-market four-wheel drive, take a look at some American imports. For all the images and the full RV Daily experience, read this in our online...

The Tvan Mk4 Additions Designed to Make You Drool!

We always knew the Mk4 was a pretty special van… But now, makers Track Trailer have introduced some even better essential components – including air-con and an updated kitchen – which make this trailer...

Reader’s Review: Zone RV

By Gary Tischer The benefits of the composite body, bonding technologies and monocoque construction are reduction in weight while increasing strength at the same time as keeping out dust and water. Although a relative newcomer...

Pacific makes a big statement with its Islander

RV Daily got the scoop on a so-new 20 foot Pacific Islander Words & images Anthony Kilner There are a range of new Pacific models hitting the roads which includes vans ranging from 20 to 22...

Cub Camper Trailer: The Explorer

Now is the time to start planning your summer time adventures and as much you want to take everything plus the kitchen sink, it can make setting up camp rather tedious and the load...

Nova Bravo

Spacious, light-filled and dotted with classy touches, this is an elegant van, complete with high-spec additions. Ten years ago I attended the Nova Caravan launch into the Aussie market at a small factory in...

JB Gator: The off-road caravan even Prados can tow

A new model catering for the 2500kg market, the JB Gator can be pulled by some of the most frequently-bought 4X4s on the road. Good value and lightweight, it is carving itself out a...

Review – Tiffin Allegro Breeze

At $430,000 that’s $71,500 a wheel ... but what a way to roll! By Gary Tischer What you don’t see is one of the differences that sets the Tiffin Allegro Breeze apart from other motorhomes. When...
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