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The Margaret River region is known for fine wine and dining, a great...Read more
In a camper-trailer market seemingly in danger of being swamped by cheap products of dubious build quality, it is refreshing to see a local mob, Australia’s Cub Campers, persisting with well-built and highly functional camper-trailers packed with standard features and with plenty of optional extras...Read more
People with camper-trailers are increasingly looking to push their travel boundaries and so they head off the bitumen, onto dirt roads and go bush. But on-road camper-trailers are not suited to cope with the extra stresses that dirt-road or gravel-track driving bring, which is why campers better...Read more
The camping world is so mad for forward-fold campers that it often forgets that, for a long time, the rear-fold, hard-floor camper were considered the 'In' thing. That rings true for Sydney-based camper-trailer firm, Blue Tongue Campers, whose three hallmark campers are based on the forward-folding...Read more
A large part of the camper-trailer lifestyle is comfort and convenience. Jayco, a brand long associated with caravanning and camper-trailer adventure in Australia, has built a reputation as a company which has pretty much nailed down that formula through its seemingly never-ending model line-up for...Read more
The Ford Everest is one of the better examples of a ute-based 4WD wagon. It has consistently done a good job of satisfying driver desires for a family-friendly SUV with car-like ride and handling, while also being a very effective off-roader. The addition of a 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel engine to...Read more
It might look like a ute that has been done up by one of those tradies whose mates have all got beefed up utes, right? This is the new Nissan Navara Black edition , and – you guessed it – it’s got a lot of black bits. Unlike the ST-X Black Edition that came before it, this one is based on the more...Read more
It seems to come with the territory, that forward-fold campers are heavier than they need to be – and there are a few reasons for that. Firstly, most are made in China and, to prevent any possible durability issues, they are made with thicker sections of steel. Secondly, it’s cheaper to build...Read more
Cub Campers is Australia’s oldest camper-trailer manufacturer and one of the oldest businesses in the caravan and camping industry, having just celebrated 50 years of operation in 2018. The company can lay claim to inventing the soft-floor camper trailer, pioneering the rear-fold and championing...Read more
The days of very short caravans are over – almost no one would consider buying even a 14-foot caravan in today's age – but despite that, Jayco's simplest camper-trailer almost mimics the layout of a regular-sized vintage caravan. At just 14-foot long, the Penguin encloses its bed, dinette and...Read more
Jayco is Australia’s most prolific builder of camper-trailers, caravans and motorhomes. Many of its models are the cheapest options in their class and represent decent value for money. The company’s cheapest little camper-trailer – the Swift – is the perfect example of that: functional, versatile,...Read more
The word ‘extreme’ is one that conjures images of sky-diving, bungee-jumping, moto-cross riders pulling off mega jumps and, for me at least, monster trucks. I guess there’s something to that, because this new Holden Colorado Z71 Xtreme is a bit of a monster truck - it’s essentially a beefed up and...Read more
If you're after a taste of what a high country trip is like – incredible...Read more
The South Island of New Zealand, especially its tourism capital,...Read more
There is so much outback in Australia. Basically, the only place it isn't...Read more
Make no bones about it; the new Holden Equinox is a very important car for the Holden brand going forward. The medium SUV is dropping into an ultra-competitive, an ultra-popular segment of the Australian marketplace, and it really needs to bring its A-game in order to compete on level terms with...Read more
When showing off your product you may as well go big. That was surely an underlying principle when Mazda was deciding on a venue in which to showcase the lion's share of its CX range. The Southern Hemisphere Proving Grounds (SHPG), about 60km north-east of Queenstown on New Zealand's south island,...Read more
Snow's a funny old thing... it looks so lovely and firm and supportive,...Read more
It wasn't so long ago that Nissan's Navara was talked about in same hushed tones as Toyota's HiLux; it was right up there with the king of the utes. But when the D23 version launched in 2015, the wheels fell off for one of Australia's favourite pick-ups. Designed around the notion that more dual-...Read more