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Saturday, June 24, 2017

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...

Review – The Ozcape Plan

A slide-on is the third option to a caravan or motorhome and provides the ultimate flexibility. By Gary Tischer You would like caravan features including ensuite, kitchen and no canvas walls or roof; but prefer not...

Opal down under

Specced out to the 9’s with an eye-catching interior and exterior; will Opal Caravans’ newest releases be as sought after as the precious stone itself? By Anthony Kilner Melbourne icon Opal Caravans has been in the...

Jayco Outback meets Range Rover Sport

Anglo-Australian relationships often need translation. Does this Range Rover and Jayco pairing lead to a strained or a ripper combination? Words by Tim Scott photography by Brett Hemmings Look, I can’t afford one either, but the...

Going Deluxe in a Suncamper

Glamping it up in Suncamper’s Sovereign Deluxe. By Richard Robertson There’s something blingy about white leather upholstery. It screams look-at-me, to hell with the cleaning – and no kids allowed. That was my first impression stepping...

Teardop Campers unveil the Maverick

The new Teardrop Camper has serious off-road hardware to take it much further than you’d imagine. Words by Tim Scott, photography by Sam Rees-Jones Having a stylish profile leads to attention. And can lead to you...

Review: Masterpiece Red Centre Oasis

One way to prove an off-roader is to chuck it in the deep end, as we found out. By Anthony Kilner The sun was shining brightly and the wind off Lake Mulwala was chilly. We were getting towards...

Review: Wonderland Amaroo Hornet

The Hornet is big and bold but the sting is you’ll need a big rig to tow it By Ray Cully If a little bling is your thing, then the new Wonderland RV Amaroo Hornet is guaranteed...

A Motorhome for the Sceptic

Did an RV holiday change this newbie’s mind? By Robert Pepper I’m a 4WD guy. I drive hard tracks for fun, own a modified 4WD, am a member of 4WD clubs, I teach 4WD courses and...

Review: Sunliner Monte Carlo

Jam-packed and full of cream like the biscuit, but you’ll need big biccies to buy one By Gary Tischer Let me start by saying straight up, the Sunliner Monte Carlo is one luxurious motorhome. Now I’m...
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