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Tasman Peninsula, Australia Articles - The wild cliffs, the sweeping views and the expansive farmlands of the Tasman Peninsula seem like a world apart from Tasmania, yet it takes less than an hours drive from Hobart in your campervan to reach them.
QL, Australia Articles - The Outback can be an unforgiving place - journeys need to be planned, supply stocks need to be fuelled. Care and preparation is needed, but for all the effort the rewards come tenfold. And one stretch of highway where the rewards are exceptionally h
Clare Valley, Australia Articles - Famous for its Riesling Trail, and only an hour and a half from Adelaide, the magnificent Clare Valley provides the ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Rieslings are not the only drawcard, with fantastic restaurants, national par
Sunshine Coast, Australia Articles - There are not many places in the world as loved and talked about as Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo, home of his beloved crocodile and myriads of other wildlife friends. Visiting South East Queensland would seem incomplete without a day or two allocated
Mt Gambier, Australia Articles - Mt Gambier, regional centre of the Limestone Coast in South Australia and second largest city in the state, is a unique holiday destination if ever there was one. It is set in an ancient volcanic landscape of lakes, sinkholes, underground waterways
Cairns, Australia Articles - A tropical haven of sandy beaches, palm trees, reef islands and rainforests, Cairns is the perfect location for a Queensland holiday. The benefits of travelling by campervan go on and on, the most obvious being you have the freedom to pack up and go
Glenelg, Australia Articles - With balmy Mediterranean weather and incredible scenery, vineyards and art galleries, Adelaide and its seaside bring tourists from far and wide. The neighbouring city of Glenelg has become increasingly popular over the years with its Bay Discovery
Rockingham, Australia Articles - They say Perth is the most isolated city in the world, a fact that gives the impression of a lonely city in the middle of nowhere, far from civilisation and any other vestiges of humanity. But in truth Perth's surroundings leave visitors spoiled for
Hobart, Australia Articles - The run from Launceston in the north down to Hobart in the south of Tasmania is a brief two hour affair down the Midland Highway if done without stopping. This is an impossibility for campervan travellers though- our exploratory minds and our lust fo
Tweed Heads, Australia Articles - The farthest situated town on the New South Wales coast could be seen as a grandiose effort to impress visitors and ensure they never leave the state for its northerly neighbour. Tweed Heads is a lush mixture of green rainforest and picture-perfect
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