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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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Maggie Tagg

Means Test goal posts are about to shift for self-funded retirees

Maggie Tagg, who writes Citadel 'Financial Info on the Go' for GSA, says the goal posts are about to shift for self-funded retirees, with changes to the way income from superannuation pensions is means tested.

The result could be that fewer in the future will qualify for a part-age pension or the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card.

From January 1, 2015 income from super pensions will be deemed, putting it on a level footing with assets held outside super.
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TTPA CEO Bill Pycroft gets down to business

Bill Pycroft retires a point of difference for Top Tourist Parks of Australia

After 19 years with TTPA Bill Pycroft retires a successful long haul CEO. Bill is a driving force for TTPA from 1995 forward.

That track record includes a time when driven, demanding, innovative, persuasive Hugh Deidrich was president. Bill talked about Hugh in his farewell speech.

Hugh and Bill where a fit to fast-track TTPA's growth. TTPA and Bill Pycroft took that innovative strength into brave new territory. It bred the TTPA point of difference and always looks for benefits it can return to its members.
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Prado with load distribution hitch accessory. Toyota  picture.

Buyer beware don't get caught in 'fat van' towing trap

GSA gets regular requests for help from caravan buyers related to industry compliance and in particular tow vehicles and whether they are fit for the purpose intended.

Consumers have the right to expect that a business will not mislead or deceive them. Advertising by a business should never lead a consumer to believe something that isn't true. This might relate to the value, capabilities or quality of goods and services, source Fair Trading Qld.

Here is a cautionary tale...
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Long Paddock Koondrook uses local produce.

GSA's Alan, Pam and Chloe review life on the road from Day 1

Getting started for living life on the road is filled with sorting and storing and then trying to fit everything into the caravan and Ute and 'hit the road'.

Two fine china tea cups are a touch of home.

The GOOD ironing board cover is essential. They prize room to extend their caravan's awning, a well drained campsite, classic pubs, pet friendly parks, BIG Rig parking, sharp knives and the many friendly people who value the economic boost road tourism brings to their area and businesses.
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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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Baintech (1) please see Editors Note.

Flexible power panels allow more appliances on getaways

Many GoSeers have a 4WD or RV and enjoy camping or caravanning with their families.

These days, when people take off in their Recreational Vehicles (RV's) they need to power fridges, lights, GPS and smartphones.

GoSee is evaluating the Bainbridge Technologies Baintech Power Panels range and your correspondent is impressed with the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) nature of the flexible products.

This gear is practical.
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Sweeping colour at Floriade

Quirky, colourful Canberra events turn Spring into Australia's BIG celebration

Canberra is home to Australia's biggest celebration of Spring, the 27th Floriade Festival, in Commonwealth Park from September 13 to October 12. This year's flower beds reflect a literal representation of things that people are passionate about including romance, hobbies, nature, fashion, music and mythology.

Canberra's Capital Region Farmers Market celebrates 10 successful years of operation this year.

The powerful bonds and enduring relationships between Australians and their horses are the focus on the National Museum of Australia's new equine exhibition.
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The Morning Glory rolls in. Courtesy Burke Shire Council..

Burketown's first Morning Glory Festival rolls Sept 25 to 28

Savannah Way News reports that the first Morning Glory Festival is set for September 25 to 28 at Burketown near the Gulf of Carpentaria.

The festival celebrates the unique phenomenon that is the unusual cloud formations that roll in once a year, called 'The Morning Glory' cloud.

These clouds are so rare that most people will never see one in their lifetime.
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Astonishing Heartbreak Burger.

Authentic Aussie Heartbreak Hotel quirky campsite for NT road travellers

You have got to love the Heartbreak Hotel and Caravan Park near Borroloola particularly with The Lost City just down the road. As the address is authentic Oz, Cnr Carpentaria and Tablelands Highway, Cape Crawford, Northern Territory what's not to love?

It is a roadhouse, it has motel style accommodation, a restaurant, a Dinki Di Outback bar, a beer garden with its own pool and of course a Caravan Park and Camping area.
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(L-R) Lisa, Milena, Bob, Lynn and Liz at Bonegilla.

Bonegilla's rock-solid reef knots of recall bind fabric of multi-national New Australia

Bonegilla was the first Australian home for about 310,000 refugees and assisted migrants from more than 50 countries. Over time Bonegilla became Victoria's 'Little Europe'.

It was showery and cool as we met Australia's biggest and longest operating migrant centre.

The weather added reality to the experience of the remnant huts and buildings of Block 19. Spartan corrugated iron roof and walls, but this heritage centre touches the core of current day Australia.

Bonegilla speaks of courage. People game to have a go way outside their comfort zones.
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