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Naracoorte SA

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Smithton TAS

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    Rough low range treatment AL-KO Enduro Off-road evaluation.

    AL-KO delivers real Quiet Australian all terrain suspension to Australia's biggest Leisurefest

    For serious Off-road, in all terrain, serious kit is essential. AL-KO has delivered just that with its new AL-KO Enduro Outback independent Trailing Arm Suspension.

    GSA rocked it, rolled it over deep ruts and steep ridges and took a 2000kg trailer paddling along a rocky river bottom to reach that conclusion.

    The AL-KO Enduro Outback independent Trailing Arm Suspension impresses. It is among many new products at Melbourne Leisurefest at Sandown Race from Thursday, October 8 to Sunday October 11.

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    Self-contained motorhome has all mod-cons.

    Pioneer Park freedom camping trial poses key stakeholder issues for Ballarat Council

    The Executive summary by City of Ballarat Chief Executive Officer Anthony Schinck on the Freedom Camping Trial in Ballarat's Pioneer Park says the data put forward by the owners and operators of two Ballarat commercial (holiday) parks does show that since December 2014 there has been a significant reduction in site nights at their parks.

    The position put by the CMCA Supervisory Team is also consistent with the fundamental argument that owners of recreational vehicles want freedom of choice and do not prefer caravan and holiday parks, Anthony Schinck says.

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    Power Mate hooked into GSA Blue Sky travelling office.

    Solar helps solve power gulp as road travellers and parks face reality of fair campsite costs

    It was a -3 degree night in central NSW in June. The site fee was $30 per night less Chain discount, a high end users campsite costs resulted in a site fee less power use of around $15.40.

    In stark contrast GSA ran our caravan on solar and LPG to show a caravan park what road travellers CAN do if they want. Of the caravan parks powered additional facilities GSA only used a washing machine for three loads of washing. We used 0.40 cents of power.

    The parks power cost was a fraction under 40c per kWh.

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    Scarlet Jezabel Butterfly Kui Mt Carbine CP

    Mt Carbine Caravan Park green Kui oasis in dry Savannah far North Queensland

    Mt Carbine Caravan Park is ideally located for travellers wanting to experience far North Queensland.

    Only 68km from Mareeba and 70km form Port Douglas and 135km from Cairns. The park is surrounded by the Brooklyn station which is around 59,000 hectares and is in Iron bark country.

    It is owned by Australian Wildlife Conservancy which is a wildlife conservation park - in perpetuity. Enjoy Bird Watching and Bushwalking. Experience 4WD tracks just for fun.

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    Full van value in jayco Starcraft.

    Savvy advice on should I buy a new or used caravan?

    Let's say you have decided the time is right to buy a caravan.

    Apart from all the options RV, traditional, old school, pop-top or pop-out and camper trailers, you have to decide whether you are going to buy something factory fresh or pre-loved.

    The upsides to buying new are many - they have had no previous owners (and no unexplained stains or smells), they have the latest mod-cons, water tanks, safety features and also come with a manufacturer's warranty in case anything goes wrong.

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    Laid back living Low Head Tourist Park

    Kui Low Head Tourist Park offers value accommodation, penguin parade and $12 self-contained deal

    Low Head Tourist Park offer affordable accommodation of a high standard to suit a variety of budget conscious travellers, including a range of cottages and cabins, on-site vans, backpacker bunkrooms, and spacious powered and unpowered sites with plenty of room for large 5th wheelers, motorhomes and caravans.

    Powered ensuites are available for that extra bit of comfort and privacy. The park offer a range of value accommodation plus a $12 self-contained deal..

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    GSA-DPChip Ranger on kickback campsite..

    Ranger towing figures underline benefits of GSA six year DPChip use

    Over the last six years six GoSeeAustralia vehicles have benefitted from the addition of DPChip.

    DPChip is an interactive computer which exploits the full potential of modern EFI diesel engines.

    The GSA Ford XLT Super, P/U HR 3.2 diesel DPChipped Ranger has been towing on the road as part of a full-time travelling office for 16 months now. So we can offer practical experience based on carefully compiled numbers. Its performance is satisfying.

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    Maggie Tagg

    Happy campers return to basic getaway as they head for stress breaking natural experiences

    Maggie Tagg, who writes Citadel 'Financial Info on the Go' for GSA, says the falling Aussie dollar, improved technology and facilities drive a resurgence in interest in back-to-nature, basic camping getaways.

    Caravan and Camping Industry of Australia CEO Stuart Lamont supports that view and says camping holidays appeal most to under 50's with young people and families with kids keen to escape to nature from urban stresses.

    Caravan registrations are higher than any other recreational vehicle type in the last two years, Lamont says.

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    Families with children shift caravan industry stats.

    Major shift as Tourism Research Australia says biggest caravan industry consumers 35 to 49

    While older road travellers remain a significant factor Tourism Research Australia says the biggest consumer group in the caravan industry is made up of 35-49 year olds, who account for about 50 percent of all travel in the sector.

    This upsweep reflects younger families who are getting into the caravanning and camping spirit researchers say.

    And there is more to the value of camping and caravanning than the cost . . .

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