Queensland hybrid stalwarts ZONE RV have moved into a speccy new factory to cater to their ongoing growth
Following long-term closures caused by bushfire, industry bodies and the public alike are making calls for more bitumen.
The 13 million domestic camping trips Australians made last financial year have driven a record-breaking $7 billion into our regions.
Outdoor X, Australia’s newest outdoor lifestyle event, exudes X-factor at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast.
The new Brumby L.E. takes the iconic camper’s offroad credentials to another level.
An experiential event showcasing the latest in outdoor products, including campers, is set to grace the Gold Coast this September.
Production of the camper reviews that determine the composition of Camper Trailer of the Year is well underway. We explain how it all works.
Camper explores a few bold concepts popping up in the towing-sphere.
After entering voluntary administration in October, Ultimate Campers has been purchased by the Eagle Outdoors Group.
The CIAA have launched their Keep on Camping initiative to urge travellers to visit fire-affected areas on their next camping outing.
The state government say they’ll drive greater environmental protection on the Bass Coast and millions worth of upgrades to iconic 4WD tracks and campsites.
The Road Vehicle Safety Act is materialising, with the ‘Vehicle Standards Bulletin 1’ being opened to public comment in September. The bulletin revealed some relatively minor changes to how trailer manufacturers will have to go about their business.
Turns out, if you relocate crocs to the far, eastern side of the Cobourg Peninsula, they are unlikely to make their way back to Darwin.
International and domestic tourists are heading out camping more than ever before
Thl’s Kate Meldrum emerges a worthy winner in the Road and Rail category of this year’s Women in Travel Awards.
We uncover the identity of the average camper and explore his or her importance to manufacturers.
After winning the Opposite Lock Ultimate Adventure Pack late last year, Fiona Moretti plans to relive the travels of her childhood.
Austrack expands into the south, catering to the Victorian market with a Campbellfield showroom.
Cub Campers have launched the Drifter II, a new Australian-made double-fold, at the Newcastle Caravan and Camping Show this February
Patriot Campers will now be up for sale in Ulaanbaatar, as the company continues its growth into international markets.
South Australian 4x4 owners will now be able to have the GCM and GVM of their vehicles professionally upgraded, liberating them to bring everything they need on their offroad travels.
Upcoming changes to vehicle standards have been put off for a later date, delaying improvements to RV safety.
A 100 million dollar investment by the Victorian government is set to improve campsites, walking trails, and 4WD tracks within the state. Plus, camping at state and national parks is now half price!
You wouldn’t want to be stuck behind it, but you’ve got to hand it to this incredible effort.
New stats shed light on the ongoing strength of the RV industry despite a changing economic world.
The New South Wales government applies a discount to motor vehicle tax, likely to save camper trailer users a few pineapples a year.
After a raft of upgrades, the new Ultimate Campers GT360 is a whole new beast, as Scott and Kath Heiman found out
Cub’s entry into the double-fold market ticks all the boxes of a leader of the breed