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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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Tarkine forest from Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.

Riverbreeze Caravan and Cabin Park is Kui Tasmanian base camp for special connections with nature

Riverbreeze Caravan and Cabin Park in Smithton, North West Tasmania, is on the banks of the Duck River and the start of the Tarkine Wilderness Drive.

The Tarkine is noted for its beauty and natural values, containing the largest area of Gondwanan cool-temperate rainforest in Australia.

The Duck River is a top Tasmania fishing place. The $23 million Tarkine Drive project, funded by the Tasmanian Government, is an important infrastructure project for Tasmania.
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King Parrot Barambah Bush Caravan Park.

Natural Barambah Bush Caravan Park Qld stops rat race with fair dinkum Kui camping experience

Set in 200 acres of spotted gum forest, Barambah Bush Caravan Park in Queensland's South Burnett region is a fair dinkum Kui bush camping experience to end the rate race blues.

The peace and tranquillity of the native forest park will soon have you relaxing and admiring some of the many birds to be found.

Light a campfire, and cook a proper bush dinner on the wood fired barbeque. Attractions include winemaking, fishing on the nearby Bjelke-Petersen Dam and gem-fossicking.
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Sunset and camels, Cable Beach Broome, courtesy Tourism WA

Broome provides a base for some serious WA relaxation

It is sunset over the 22 kilometre stretch of white sand that is Broomes Cable Beach and a small crowd gathers to watch as the sun, now a disc of deep red, sinks into the Indian Ocean.

One or two people linger at the waters edge, refusing to relinquish the day, while a trail of camels stroll along the sand, giving visitors one of Broomes most famous experiences a sunset camel ride.

Sitting just 18 degrees from the equator, Broome has a year-round warm and tropical climate, which encourages relaxation and an outdoors lifestyle.
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Saltwater crocs nest Windows  on the Wetlands Visitor centre

Window on Northern Territory wetlands reveals rare, threatened land system

Mary River National Park, jumping crocodiles. A blanket of wetlands. Flocks of birds. Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve.

The award-winning Window on the Wetlands. And some of the Territory's best Barramundi fishing are the big attractions to an area which unfortunately is just passing scenery for many travellers as they press on to Kakadu.

Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre Rangers impressed on us that it is one of the rarest and most threatened land systems in the world.
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Great Drives of Australia - Savannah Way

GSA's Great Drives of Australia - Savannah Way

The Savannah Way links East and West through Australias North.

The Savannah Way from Cairns to the Northern Territory border is rich with natural wonders and the Top End route is passable to all vehicles including caravans during the dry season, generally late April to early October.
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Happy Days Mundubbera Three Rivers TP

Mundubbera Three Rivers TP North Burnett Kui winner as north-south Country Way for campers

The Mundubbera Three Rivers Tourist Park is in the heart of Queenslands North Burnett region.

The A3 Country Way Burnett Highway with its many side trips and attractions is seen as a viable route for caravanners and other travellers as they make their way north for the winter and south for the summer.

The area is home to one of the leading citrus producing regions in Australia. Fresh water fishing is also a significant attraction in the North Burnett.
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Powered sites Griffith Caravan Village.

Griffith Caravan Village NSW value, spacious, peaceful Kui Parks option

Griffith Caravan Village is a family owned and operated spacious and peaceful park from which to explore all Griffith and the surrounding regions attractions.

Griffith in NSW is located 572 km from Sydney and 57km from Leeton, and is at the heart of the vast Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.

Everything in the park is clean and well maintained with lots of extras, which extend to flowers in the ladies amenities. Festivals include the Festival of the Sausage in August.
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A bottle  of Barossa wine and ...

Barossa blends unique pioneer mix into Australia wine and food Mecca

In a complete social contrast European peasant farmers and English free settlers are the cultural legacy which produces superb Barossa specialty foods, dozens of festivals and events, historic architecture and inspiring arts and antique galleries.

Barossa wines range from crisp rieslings to chardonnays and semillons, shiraz, grenache and cabernets.
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Kojack kit with 150mm extension

AS/NZS compliant 4000kg rated muscular Kojack levels out major caravan and RV lifts

Leading Australian caravan manufacturers are switching to the Australian designed and developed Kojack hydraulic jack from Purple Line as their original equipment jack. The Kojack kit minimises the amount of equipment needed to be carried.

The portable Kojack kit GoSee tried weighed about 12kg in its carry case including the 150mm extension which is aimed at the higher chassis off-road Recreational Vehicles (RV's). Kojack helps make certain fridges and aircons work properly by applying its grunt to levelling off parked RV's.
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Caravan industry college  launch

Caravan industry partners Wodonga TAFE in National training college to cement world class pro standards

Australia's recreational vehicle industry is determined to remain world class. This drives the launch of a new training college by the Caravan Industry Australia Victorian Trades Division (CIAVic) and Wodonga Institute of TAFE.

The college is an innovative partnership between CIAVic and Wodonga Institute of TAFE which aims to raise the professionalism and standards of the caravan industry by producing skilled people with nationally accredited industry qualifications and non-accredited industry specific training.
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