G&G, Graham and Garth from the Trans-Tasman GoSee road touring websites tackle a contentious range of camping questions in a series of seminars at the Camper Care New Zealand Motorhome and Caravan Show in Hamilton from March 2 to 4 at the North Island Claudelands Events Centre.
In 2 sessions G&G get into -
Session 1 - What is the price of "free" camping?
What makes 5th Wheelers special?
What pluses add up to the best Holiday Park in New Zealand?
What RV really suits you?
Session 2 -What does it take to get good broadband coverage on the road?
What batteries work best in RVs?
What about solar?
What tow vehicle makes the best tug?
Graham will drive anything - Snow Bike at Antarctic Centre
Graham Wallace, is Webmaster of www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and its Aussie partner
A Dip Eng (Elec.) techo Graham shapes the websites and the ContACT Internet Solutions Group of businesses.
Based in Canberra technocrat Graham travels best with big caravans and motorhomes, but does well in the air thanks to his RAAF Squadron Leader background.
Garth Morrison is the Internet savvy Editor of Australias biggest caravanning, touring website www.GoSeeAustralia.com.au
Garth also edits GoSee www.NewZealand.co.nz GoSeeAustralias Kiwi sister site.
In his 8th year online with the GoSee websites he helps thousands of camping Newbies get on the road. www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz gives site users free information on every aspect of touring New Zealand, holiday parks, destinations and attractions in the North and South Islands.
For a decade Garth was the Victorian RACV's Editor Road Touring Publications and then NationalAAA Tourism Editor before joining the GoSee team.
In a lifetime in journalism his adventures include being one ofthe specialist computer powered sub-editors who took the once mighty Melbourne Herald into the cold metal production of a metropolitan 500,000 copies a day newspaper.
Garth Morrison Internet savvy Editor of GoSeeAustralia and GoSeeNewZealand websites
He was part of the multi-state and national award winning RACV Travel Publications team who first translated the iconAustralianAuto Club Accommodation Guides from computer to press plate.
This led to the creation of Touring Guides for the Automobile Clubs of Australia, more awards for the RACV team and the foundation editorship of AAA Tourism.
www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz and www.GoSeeAustralia.com.au combine to help *about 9500 individual visitors every day.
This huge caravanning and touring audience now opens more than 33,000 pages a day, more than 52GB of traffic are transferred per month, which is more than 1.7GB a day.
Membership of the GoSee TravelSmart Club, which requires individual commitment and logon, is now close to 12,000. *December 2011 figures.
- GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz is on stand73 at the Hamilton show.