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Go See Australia by Caravan or Recreational Vehicle (RV) The place for all caravan parks, campervan, recreational vehicle (RV), motorhome, camping grounds, tourist parks, or holiday parks cabin adventure anywhere in Australia. Experience caravanning and camping through Information Articles or use the powerful Caravan Parks Search to find over 2700 caravan parks Australia wide. The Plan a Trip mapping service has full driving directions and park information with travel distances.
The public User's Forums is for questions and mutual help from people on the road and like caravan and motorhome travellers. Save with Discounted Park Specials. Use the Secure On-Line Accommodation Booking Service to book your trip. Participating Pet Friendly Caravan Parks show an easily identified pet's logo. The For Sale classifieds show anything caravan, tent, camping, recreational vehicle (RV) or motorhome related. GoSeeAustralia Directory is the largest caravan park, holiday park, tourist park and camping ground directory in Australia.
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Alan and Pam on The Edge Eureka Skydeck

GSA's Pam and Alan find Melbourne a great place to Go Make Some Memories

Melbourne has many must see and do activities close to the city.

We visited attractions over two days and looked at city transport options too.

For caravan park accommodation close to Melbourne CBD, we chose BIG4 Ashley Gardens Holiday Park at Braybrook as it was also close to Melbourne Showgrounds for daily attendance at the 2015 Melbourne Caravan Camping & Touring Supershow.

GSA supporting park Melbourne BIG4 Holiday Park at Coburg should also be considered.
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Cool pool Opal Caravan park Lightning Ridge.

Mark has perfectly polished the Opal Caravan Park Lightning Ridge to show WOW factor

Mark Walsh drew on his own camping and caravanning experience to design Opal Caravan Park Lightning Ridge and added many features that he believes make his guests stay even more enjoyable.

He says he wants people to have the WOW factor in the park, to enjoy themselves so much that they have to come back.

GoSee chose the Opal Caravan Park for our stay in Lightning Ridge in 2012 and found this member of the Top Tourist Parks of Australia outstanding.
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Bert van Spronsen (r) with Greg Shoemark at Kui stand Bendigo Leisurefest.

Nomad needs fires Kui search to find nomad-friendly caravan parks

Australia has many hundreds of caravan parks which are not well known to the majority of Nomads, the biggest group of long-term travellers.

Kui Parks brings Nomads and independent caravan parks around Australia together, and Bert and Kenau van Spronsen are tracking down the best of them as they tour Australia in their caravan.

Kui Parks fills a big gap between the free camping and larger destination parks. It's a great alternative for Nomads to find a secure place to stay at reasonable rates with quality services, Bert says.
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Benalla Leisure Park new Camp Kitchen..

Benalla Leisure Park something special for travellers among Kui real deal options

Picturesque Benalla, in Victoria's High Country is a two hour drive from Melbourne on the Hume Highway.

GSA often uses Motel Room, Studio Ensuite Cabins and Standard Ensuite Cabins when travelling. Sometimes these are older accommodation, but for clean, basic comfort the price is hard to beat.
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Nigel Lammiman of Nova has the Ministers attention.

Caravan industry refreshing good news story minister tells Melbourne Supershow launch

Victorian Minister for Industry Energy and Resources, Lily D'Ambrosio, says the caravan and camping industry is a refreshing good news story.

She launched the biggest and certainly the best representation of the abilities of the caravan industry at Melbourne Showgrounds for the first time with comments which point to a positive attitude on caravanning and camping. Caravan Trade and Industries Chief Executive Officer, Robert Lucas, said today that seven million Australians have had caravan or camping experiences in the last two years.
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Maggie Tagg

Deeming exemption boosts annuity interest for part age pension, Com. Sen. Health Card seekers

Maggie Tagg, who writes Citadel 'Financial Info on the Go' for GSA, says an annuity works like a regular pay cheque in retirement.

The advantage of buying an annuity within super is that your annuity payments are tax-free once you turn 60.

The downside is that you will then be subject to the minimum annual withdrawal amounts which range from 4 per cent for those under 65 to 14 per cent for those aged 95 or more.(ii)
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Neat fit in Jeep Grand Cherokee

PowerTop neat fit for portable, versatile second battery needs in contemporary vehicles

The Baintech PowerTop is a neat, portable 12V 100Ah Gel battery powerhouse with a sleek anodized aluminum top.

It fits well into current camping power needs which demand an easy to manage second battery with serious grunt.

As many popular contemporary 4WD's, Utes and SUV designs do not have room in the engine bay for a second battery a solution like the PowerTop works.
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Everald Compton.

Granny's aspirations die as elder abuse chains her to selfish soul destroying child care savings

In an article in Crikey on December 19, 2013 Everald Compton said Seniors become five days a week slaves because their children prey unashamedly on granny's undeniable love of grandchildren:

Today his comments are even more relevant as Australia faces the real prospect of a succession of one-term governments.

Australia is abusing its Seniors and 'Volunteer' workers many of whom are victims of New Start and job training rorts.
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Newbies Libby and family ask for help as they plan to buy their first caravan and tow vehicle

Libby Wilson of Lower Hutt New Zealand and her family of two adults and two children asked GoSee to help them buy their first caravan and a tow vehicle.

On both sides of the Tasman thousands of Newbies have had their questions answered. The collective knowledge of the 'Old Heads' who assist newcomers to GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and its sister website GoSeeAustralia.com.au is based in practical experience.

These are the first questions in a series GoSee will post for general information with the agreement of Libby and family.
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GSNZ campsite near Auckland.

Part 2 of Libby and family question GoSee about caravans and tow vehicles

Libby Wilson of Lower Hutt New Zealand and her family of two adults and two children asked GoSee to help them buy their first caravan and a tow vehicle.

On both sides of the Tasman thousands of Newbies have had their questions answered. The collective knowledge of the �Old Heads� who assist newcomers to GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and its sister website GoSeeAustralia.com.au is based in practical experience.

Here is the second run of questions GoSee is posting for general information with the agreement of Libby and family.
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