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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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GoSeeAustralia's Alan, Pam and Chloe make their home on road full time

After a staff meeting at GoSee's Head Office in Canberra in December 2013, it was decided that our marketing direction 'go back to grass roots' and GoSeeAustralia would go back 'on the road'.

Our Agnes and Nick went 'on the road' in March this year with a three week working trip around Tasmania in a Tassie Motor Shacks sponsored Hi-Top Campervan. Then Alan, Pam and Chloe decided to 'go indefinitely' with no time limit, no restrictions,no ties.
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Motorhomes make camping comfortable.

Ballarat Council vote stalls over dump points and camping issues

GSA notes that the venerable Ballarat Courier's Melissa Cunningham reports that: THERE was public outcry in the City of Ballarat's council chambers as councillors voted to defer two contentious items in Wednesday night's council meeting agenda.

All councillors except Councillor Amy Johnson voted to defer the two items including a proposal to establish free dumping points for caravans, campervans and motorhomes to dispose of their waste and another proposing free camping for recreational vehicles in Pioneer Park.
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Self-contained motorhome has all mod-cons.

RV parking area benefit for Ballarat tourism says CMCA

The Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA) says it supports the City of Ballarat Council in establishing a Recreational Vehicle (RV) parking area at Pioneer Park, Wendouree, for the benefit of the Ballarat community.

CMCA Chief Executive Officer Richard Barwick said today analysis shows that CMCA member travellers spend up to $700 a week exploring road tourism options.
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RV Friendly Julia Creek.

Phil Jones looks at the enjoyment of staying in an RV Friendly town

G'day all We are on our annual Grey Nomad meanderings across outback areas in northern NSW and Queensland.

We enjoy this part of the country for many reasons. Probably the greatest being the ability of staying anywhere it suits us as a result of our motorhome being classed as 'self contained'.
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A gut wrenching message.

Hypnotic Gulpilil imprints exceptional message in Charlie's Country performance

Charlie was born in the bush and in Charlie's Country actor David Gulpilil is the complete hunter.

He is a fluid part of the land, the ferns and trees.

He is more than in his country. His lithe body, fluid grace and shining presence hypnotise in every scene. He is the country. A living First Australian.
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Eaglehawk Holiday Park reception.

Easy access Canberra links caravanning and camping across Aust. capital

Canberra is Australia's best planned modern city with an exceptionally easy to use road network so towing through and across Canberra is a pleasure on wide, smooth road links.

This GSA Information Article is based on seven days of visiting and photographing caravan and Recreational Vehicle (RV) caravan and camping options which are convenient to Canberra and its attractions.

This GoSee article uses a Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel tow vehicle and a 21ft dual axle caravan as the yardstick for comments made.
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Lawn Hill Gorge canoes.

Australia's Adventure Drive Savannah Way touring options are open

The Savannah Way routes are open and welcoming travellers.

Explore sealed and unsealed section of the route. Many unsealed roads have been recently graded so it is a great time to be on Australia's Adventure Drive, Savannah Way News reports today.

Savannah Way links Cairns in Tropical North Queensland with the historic pearling town of Broome in Western Australia's Kimberley, via the natural wonders of Australia's tropical savannahs and the Northern Territory's Top End.
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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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Pentecost  River Gibb River Road. Courtesy Tourism WA

Region snapshots show the True Blue nature of WA

Western Australia is a largely unspoilt holiday destination that is refreshingly unpretentious, full of natural wonders, friendly people and comes complete with a relaxed lifestyle.

The greater Perth region is like a microcosm of the whole state. The Swan Valley and Darling Range are dotted with vineyards, restaurants and boutique hotels and guesthouses.

If the beach scene is your thing, in Perth, head to Trigg and Scarborough to catch some waves, or learn to surf. Other spots along the coast are the domain of windsurfers, kite surfers, wave jumpers and sailors.
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Easy to use kitchen dining area.

$78,990 one-off prize caravan built to aid fight against youth homelessness

The caravan industry has united to help Kids Under Cover in its fight against youth homelessness and the result is there is now a one-of-a-kind $78,990 family caravan prize to be won in October.

The United Haven caravan prize winner will be draw at Leisurefest, Sandown Racecourse at 2pm on Sunday, October 5.

The United Haven benefits from the collective experience of its builders in the construction and fit-out of family caravans.
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