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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.
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Venue change causes Wagga Wagga Stone the Crows flutter, but Easter festival is go

The Stone the Crows Festival in Wagga Wagga, NSW over Easter is a celebration for all grey nomads, no matter what sort of RV, from Thursday April 17 to Tuesday April 22.

Stone the Crows is five days of entertainment, poetry, seminars, workshops and fun and games for Grey Nomads. The venue has changed to the ACTA grounds near the corner of Copland Street and Tasman Road.

This relocation means the festivals full schedule is uninterrupted.
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Agnes with Coxy at Salamanca Market.

As three week Tassie campervan tour ends Agnes and Nick would be back in a heartbeat

GSA's Agnes and Nick have completed a three week GSA campervan tour of Tasmania and they want to come back - soon.

'Nick and I absolutely loved our time in Tasmania, and would come back in a heartbeat', Agnes said.

'We spent our last night in a lovely ensuite cabin at Seven Mile Beach Cabin and Caravan Park and Nick unloaded the faithful, comfortable Tassie Motor Shacks campervan, and cleaned it before we waved it goodbye', she said.
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Nick shows how to get real camp comfort from Tassie Motor Shacks campervan

Our Nick just cannot help himself, when he goes camping he improves things.

Nick is a fine short-order cook too and adds to that skill with his ability to refine camp comforts.

In words and pictures here is Nick's practical approach to getting the best from a Tassie Motor Shacks petrol powered Toyota campervan he and Agnes used on a three week road tour of Tasmania.
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Hayman Reese to launch first wireless break-away monitor at Sydney Supershow

Hayman Reese launches the first wireless battery monitor designed to ensure the fail-safe operation of trailer break away batteries at the NSW Caravan and Camping Super Show on April 26.

Mandatory on all caravans and trailers in Australia with a gross trailer mass of over two tonnes, some states like NSW also require a battery monitor unit (like SmartCheckTM) be installed to ensure that the battery powering the system never fails.

SmartCheckTM will also be available in New Zealand.
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Catalina A24-30 on show at Lake Boga museum.

Drive Murray Loop to secret Flying Boat base in remarkable wartime world

Discover Swan Hill, Mildura, Mungo, Echuca and Bendigo on the Murray Loop. Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum pays tribute to a vital secret part of the Allied defenses during World War 11.

The Pioneer Settlement, Swan Hill remembers the Mallee-Murray adventure from the 1830's to the 1930's.

Lonely Lake Mungo, identify a human culture more than 40,000 years old.

The Calder Highway traverses fine arts, a golden past, sweeping pastures, the state's biggest salt lake, magic Hattah Kulkyne and Murray Sunset National Parks. The sudden green of grapevines at Red Cliffs underlines the miracle of Murray irrigation.
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Qld free GoSee TravelSmart Club winner scores 23 litre Techni Ice Cooler Bag

Generous industry supporter Techni Ice provides another great prize for March GoSee TravelSmart Club members. The Techni Ice 23 lt Cooler Bag free TravelSmart member Club winner for March is Shane Lewthwaite of Marsden Qld.

All freeTravelSmart Club members are automatically in line for the chance to win monthly prizes.

Join the free TravelSmart members club for a chance to win Great Divide Tours Classic Outback Tracks in the (April) TravelSmart prizes draw.
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Fergus Brown International Arrivals.

Family drives caravan and camping key Aust, NZ, European speakers tell CRVA delegates

Holiday Accommodation Parks Association of New Zealand (HAPNZ) CEO Fergus Brown delivered the mail on a reality which is now valid on both sides of the Tasman.

Brown and other key speakers indentified a completely new first priority focus for the caravan and camping industry.

'It is not just a matter of picking things up where we left them the key market segment for industry is not older people anymore it's families', he said.
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Wings member and Champagne Lady DeBretts Taupo

NZMCA call to court action on councils approach to freedom camping bylaws

The New Zealand Motor Caravan Association (NZMCA) say they had no option other than to initiate a Judicial Review legal challenge to the Thames-Coromandel District Council's freedom camping bylaws.

NZMCA President Bruce Stanger urges as many NZMCA members as possible to attend the review.

The two-day Judicial Review is set to be heard at the Hamilton High Court on April 15 and 16.
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Kids enjoying the chocolate tasting at the Nutpatch.

Bruny Islanders produce engredients for one of the best foodie tours in Tasmania

Agnes and Nick visited the Penitentiary Chapel in Hobart on (Friday March 28) then on Saturday they toured with Bruny Island Safaris to Kettering and the ferry to Bruny Island.

They stayed at Snug Beach Caravan Park with beach access 25 minutes (30 km) from Hobart.

Snug is central to Hobart, the Huon region, the Channel region, and Bruny Island. On Bruny they saw rare white wallabies.

The food is amazing. The Islanders are producing some of the finest gourmet foods in Tasmania, making Bruny Island Safaris one of the best foodie tours in Tasmania.
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Breakfast in the Tassie Motor Shacks campervan

Tassies brand new natural Huon Valley Caravan Park includes down on the farm experience

On Sunday Agnes and Nick drove the Tassie Motor Shacks Campervan from Snug to Huonville via Cygnet, a charming little town with friendly people.

The Huon Valley Caravan Park is short drive off the highway.

Unique among caravan parks in Tasmania it is a genuine Tasmanian farm experience too. They visited timber town Geeveston and experienced Tahune Airwalk.
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