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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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Caravan fine raises fair go issues

NRMA caravan owner taken for a ride by the law with $415 fine and three demit points

This is from NRMA's mynrma.com.au

Would you cop a $415 fine and three demerit points for something you didn't do that was approved by someone who should know better?

NRMA reports that member Steve Laws had to but he's not happy about it, and wants to make sure it doesn't happen to anyone else.
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Stuart Lamont, CEO Caravan Industry Assoc. of Aust.

Govt. education stance fails to provide customers with compliant products says industry CEO

Wade O'Leary, NRMA Advocacy and Community Content Manager says an incorrectly positioned number plate story posted to the NRMA Advocacy Blog page has been viewed more than 200,000 times.

Caravan Industry Association of Australia chief executive Stuart Lamont told the NRMA that Crusader Caravans will be audited 'in response to the article'.

'We are working closely with the national regulator to stamp out non-compliance across a range of areas', Stuart Lamont said.
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Campsite Kapunda Tourist Park.

Kui's Kapunda Tourist and Leisure Park combines mines, fine wines, and heritage times

Between the famous Barossa Valley (20 min. drive) Clare Valley (50 min. drive) wine areas, Kapunda is the oldest mining town in Australia and offers many heritage opportunities to explore.

There are 42 powered sites and large open spaces (both grassed and bush setting), for unpowered camping. Large motorhomes, and buses are welcome. Fires are allowed during non-fire ban days. Powered site $28 to $30 and Unpowered sites $22.
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Chillagoe-Mungana Caves.

Savannah Way News reports on different things to do and quirky things to see on one of Australia's Greatest Drives

Savannah Way News says: Halls Creek has a fascinating history you can explore on local walks and short drives, not to mention a flight over the Bungle Bungles.

About $1 million has been spent over the past couple of years at Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park.

The new Burketown Pub is a hub for great fun in the Gulf Savannah's oldest town.

Family owned and operated Lorella Springs Station is one of the great highlights of the Roper Bar road. Stop in at quirky Heartbreak Hotel at Cape Crawford. Plan your Savannah Way trip to include the infinity pool at Cobbold Gorge,
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Maggie Tagg

'Have a go Budget' moves to restore confidence of ordinary Australians in growth prospects

In what has been dubbed the 'have a go' budget, Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey has moved to restore the confidence of ordinary Australians in the country's growth prospects.

The big winners are small business, families, farmers and job-seekers, with spending measures designed to stimulate spending, investment and growth.

There is also a big lift in spending on national security. Retirees and investors will be relieved that the government has repeated its promise to not make any changes to superannuation in this term of government.
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Blue Wren stop-motion shot on motor home mirror.

Phil and Alayne snap signs of the times as they roll along Australia's roads

Phil Jones and his partner Alayne Russell are often on the road.

Phil is one of GoSeeAustralia's helpful 'Old Heads'.

Many a GoSee Newbie is better for his generous assistance over the last 11 years.

They have a sense of fun and an eye for the larconic humour of Australia's country men and women.

Examples are linked into this snapshot of some of their work in Queensland and Tasmania.
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Jeep Grand Cherokee  4x4 ideal tow tug

GoSee responds to questions on Jeep Grand Cherokee with Quadra Lift Air Suspension towing concerns

GoSee's feedback would be very much appreciated prior to me paying out $80k for a fancy model JGC (Jeep Grand Cherokee) with a QL (Quadra Lift) feature that may prove to be more of a problem than a feature.

I have spoken to many Jeep dealers and none of them seem to have had any experience with towing issues on JGC's fitted with QL.

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78003F HR WDH Loose shank produced sway  used in Ford receiver.

Unacceptable caravan sway forces tow bar change on GSA Ford Ranger

GoSee Australia has found that fitting a Hayman Reese shank to a Ford tow bar can produce unacceptable sway in the caravan being towed.

Despite a series of trials and adjustment attempts the Hayman Reese 78003F cast shank and the Ford tow bar receiver are an unhappy sloppy fit.

At normal towing speeds the result is unacceptable sway, as the shank neck moves in the tow bar. This can be unnerving.
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Stuart Lamont delivers direction.

New Caravan Industry of Australia Board reflects balance of knowhow says CEO

Following an election of members this week a new National Board was announced to lead Caravan Industry Association of Australia forward in its next stage of development.

Stuart Lamont, CEO of Caravan Industry Association of Australia said: We are excited by the breadth of industry and commercial knowledge that the new Board will bring to our Association, and to the industry in general. The ability of the state associations and the Federal national body to work even closer together will see great benefit moving forward.
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Big site range Echuca Holiday Park

GSA participating Caravan, Holiday and Tourist parks of the Murray

This Information Article profiles the huge range of options and experiences GSA's participating Caravan, Holiday and Tourist Parks offer in the Blue Sky Sunshine Country of the Murray River and its related towns and attractions from Wodonga to Mildura.

To access this extensive free Victorian and NSW touring information quickly knock the parks name into the unique Multi-search box at the top right of the GSA Home Page. Click the down arrow on Select Search Area. Click Caravan Parks. Click search.
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