Best Caravan Blogs

It pays to check out local media and social media when you’re road tripping in Australia. It was through doing just that, I happened across a fantastic mural in the Victorian town of Ararat. More and more lately I seem to keep running into brilliant mural artwork created by artists... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-22
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
 19th to 22nd April 2024 We went to Castlerigg Hall four times last year.  We probably won't go that many times this year  but it has definitley become one of our favourite sites, with pitch 24 one of our favourite pitches anywhere. Friday The journey could easily have been much... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-22
By Our Caravan Blog
Every visit to Melbourne city and suburbs is an opportunity to find arty murals adorning walls, doors, alleyways and buildings. On a recent visit this was the case again when I stumbled across a few more that were new to me. Take a look and marvel at the incredible art... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-20
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Now is the time to discover our incredible country with family and friends in a New Age Caravan! We’re thrilled to offer approved finance your dream caravan today with this unbeatable offer!... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-19
By Takalvans Blog
If you’re looking for a free outing in Melbourne, pay a visit to the National Gallery of Victoria in the city. The NGV houses an extensive collection of art from Europe, Asia, America and Oceania. It has permanent displays as well as a large ground-floor space and other areas used... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-18
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Published on: 2024-04-16
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-04-16
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Marcus Leach from the Big European Odyssey returns to North Wales to explore Eryri with the whole family.... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-16
By The Caravan Club Blog
Sometimes unfavourable weather offers opportunities to take compelling photographs. With the Yorkshire countryside as her canvas, Rebecca Cole explains how it’s done... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-16
By The Caravan Club Blog
Why do we travel? It’s a question we’ve been asked a lot over the last two years having given up our so-called traditional life back in Wales and set off, along with our two small children, on a meandering adventure around Europe, into Africa and across to Asia. Just us... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-16
By The Caravan Club Blog
As you drive around the southern Yorke Peninsula area, you may see signs that say ‘Marna Banggara’, attached to very high wire fences. When I first saw these, I assumed the fences were either to keep something in or out so it was worth further investigation. It turns out that... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-15
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
In a recent newspaper and social media poll, the Point Turton Caravan Park on Yorke Peninsula, was named South Australia’s favourite, for the second year in a row. It’s not hard to see why with location, location, location being the first thing that comes to mind. It takes just under... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-13
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
When exploring the great outdoors and enjoying overnight trips with your caravan, reliable locks are the most important safety features that keep you safe on the road. It is just as important to protect your loved ones and belongings on the road as it is at home, and caravan window... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-12
By Caravan Crazy Blog
It’s Not Summer Yet We’ve decided to spend the whole summer touring in the caravan. Now, the main problem is, we were a bit to eager to get started, we actually started on Wednesday 28th February, which from my 60 years experience on the planet, I realise this isn’t yet... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-11
By Caravan Vlogger
South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula is full of natural beauty with white sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and abundant sealife, as well as some unique landscapes. Enhancing these scenes, you can now take a scenic drive to find murals large and small throughout many of the peninsula towns. The Yorke Peninsula Art... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-10
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
It’s autumn and a great time to get out fishing. The latest edition of Fishing SA magazine is out now in newsagents and tackle stores and inside you’ll find the usual round up of hot spots and species to target now that the weather is getting cooler in South Australia.... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-06
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Karla Baker enjoys a coastal tour of England’s most southerly and westerly county, discovering hidden treasures and great, wheelchair-accessible beaches along the way... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-05
By The Caravan Club Blog
The Outback estate has been around for three decades. James Batchelor has a test drive to see how it stands up in the face of the current SUV trend... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-05
By The Caravan Club Blog
It seems such a long time since I posted anything. Last time out with the Dreamseeker I noticed that the …... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-05
By Caravan Chronicles
We are proud to announce that Shield Total Insurance are our preferred insurer for motorhome insurance. As a CaSSOA storage site customer, Shield Total Insurance can offer you discounts on specialist motorhome insurance with selected members of our panel. Their 35 years’ industry experience is what makes them one of the... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-02
By CaSSOA News
You may have been lucky enough to see these pieces of history at the Goolwa end of the Coorong in South Australia, but only if you’ve been on an organised Coorong cruise or in your own boat. These shacks, some of which are more than 100 years old, were originally... Read more
Published on: 2024-04-01
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-27
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Stephen Hollis and daughters journey into Europe to hone their German language skills – and test their heads for heights... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-26
By The Caravan Club Blog
Port Lincoln is a destination that surprises on every visit. The local, fresh seafood is sublime as are many of the places you can find to indulge in perfectly prepared dishes featuring it. If you’re looking to show visitors some of the best of South Australia, you’d be hard pressed... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-25
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Those that know me in real life, or “IRL” as the kids say, were surprised that I started a YouTube channel. I think most think I wouldn’t say boo to a goose. Mandy’s sister said on finding out, “What Graham has a YouTube channel? But he’s shy!” Well, I understand... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-23
By Caravan Vlogger
It may not be Nessie, but the Loch-eel in South Australia is a whole lot easier to find and get photographic evidence of, and to add to its charm, it resides in a pink lake. The town of Lochiel (pronounced lock – eel) sits in the mid north region of... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-23
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
 15th to 18th March 2024 Our first real trip of the year, the last one was really just to make sure the caravan was ok after the winter.  Destination - the Coniston CAMC site. Friday Earliest arrival time her is 10am but we didn't get close to that.  We didn't... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-20
By Our Caravan Blog
On March 1st 2024, we embarked on our “Not The Retirement Tour” tour. This doesn’t mean I’ve not retired, it means, although I’m calling this my “Retirement Tour”, it isn’t really. Firstly, I retired 6 months ago and secondly, we’re not on a celebratory tour of my retirement. I realise... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-19
By Caravan Vlogger
Published on: 2024-03-16
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-16
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-16
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
On display the all new 2024 Masterpiece Range . The new Masterpiece range featuring the new revolutionary R-TECH construction that is lighter, stronger and rot free. Also on display our luxurious 2024 Silver Valley Caravans. With stunning finishes and quality fit out, these vans always impress. We will also be... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-14
By Abba Caravans Blog
Are you in the market for a used static caravan? Avoid common pitfalls with this guide on the 10 mistakes to steer clear of when making your purchase. From not researching the market to neglecting important checks, this article will help you avoid mistakes when navigating the buying process. You... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-13
By N. Doe Caravans Blog
In a world where the open road beckons with promises of adventure and untamed landscapes, owning an off-road caravan is like holding the key to a realm of boundless possibilities. Beyond the confines of traditional travel, these rugged companions invite you to redefine your journey. As specialists in off road... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-12
By PMX Campers & Caravans Blog
Well, here we are, just over a week of being on our latest adventure, and it is quite an adventure. I don’t think we’ve still got into the groove of our current situation. Being on holiday in a caravan is one thing, being in it over an extended period is... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-10
By Caravan Vlogger
Our caravan trip to Queensland late last year, lived up to most of what we were hoping for. Some of the places where we stayed, we found by sheer luck and they became absolute favourites that we can’t wait to revisit one day. In my latest article you can see... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-09
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
The Easter long weekend is Australia’s most popular time of the year to go camping. Summer is over, so it’s usually a little cooler, and it’s a fun and festive time to go camping with family and friends. Here are a few of our favourite ideas for when we go... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-08
By Caravanning with Kids
This isn’t a situation I’ve ever needed to consider. I can’t remember that we’ve ever used the caravan in March, it’s a bit early in the season isn’t it? Well yes, it is a bit early, but we needed to find a caravan site, somewhere near were we lived and... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-07
By Caravan Vlogger
  Motorhome and Caravan Shows are really wonderful! They offer the chance to explore a wide range of options, from luxurious motorhomes to unique accessories that you never knew you needed. TrailLite Group will be at the Covi motorhome, caravan and outdoor SuperShow in Auckland 15-17 March 2024. ... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-07
By The TrailLite Blog » Caravans
As spring approaches, and the new touring season with it, now is the best time to inspect your caravan windows and check that they are in optimum condition for your travels. As the weather starts to warm up it is tempting to throw off the covering, hook up your caravan,... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-07
By Caravan Crazy Blog
Published on: 2024-03-05
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-03-05
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
 1st to 3rd March 2024 Back on the road after a three month break, this was really just a fact finding trip to see if the caravan had survived the winter.  Outside we know it would be ok because it has just been serviced and washed, but inside... Friday Bay... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-05
By Our Caravan Blog
Some great news! My Caravan Correspondent website has been ranked at number 11 in the ‘60 Best Australian Caravan Blogs and Websites’ on Feedspot. Feedspot is a Content Reader which helps to assemble similar topic websites in one place and according to their site, they have assembled ‘the best Australian Caravan... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-05
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
So we’ve been caravanning and camping for a lot of years now, but in the beginning, we made a few rookie mistakes when it came to hitching up and heading off. I can’t claim that we never have a slip up now, but thankfully they are rare. It made we... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-05
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
With MAYDAY, we won't charge additional costs if your outfit requires specialist lifting equipment as part of your rescue.... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-04
By The Caravan Club Blog
Jonathan Manning enjoys a gentle ride along the towpath of the Shropshire Union Canal into picturesque Chester... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-04
By The Caravan Club Blog
In recent years, the UK has witnessed a remarkable surge in the popularity of glamping, a glamorous form of camping that combines the beauty of the great outdoors with the comforts of luxury accommodations. For landowners with a flair for hospitality, this trend presents an exciting and potentially lucrative opportunity... Read more
Published on: 2024-03-01
By Adventure Leisure Vehicles Blog
With the prospect of catching a feed of fish including Coorong mullet, bream, salmon trout or even a big mulloway, a day of bobbing around fishing in a boat at the Murray Mouth is always a tempting proposition. At worst, it’s a day out in a peaceful location watching wildlife,... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-27
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Many people think that semi-off-road and full off-road caravans models are pretty much the same, but knowing the difference is crucial. While both promise to explore rugged terrains and take you into the unknown, their capabilities and features can vary significantly. In this guide, we’ll show you what to look... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-27
By Avan NSW Blog
The StaySafe All-in-1 Fire Extinguisher Fire hazards are everywhere, so StaySafe have developed a compact, portable fire extinguisher which uses a fluid that is effective on many types of fire. Compact, lightweight, easy to use. Simply take off the cap, point at the base of a fire, then press the nozzle... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-26
By CaSSOA News
Owning a caravan in Australia is an unparalleled way to explore the vast beauty and diversity of the country. From the rugged coastlines of the Great Ocean Road to the serene landscapes of the... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-25
By Takalvans Blog
The diverse landscapes and magnificent architectural structures that are located all over the UK, have captivated the imaginations of many authors over the centuries. From charming villages to historic landmarks, literary masterpieces have been born, inspired by the scenic beauty of our small island.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-23
By The Caravan Club Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Easter holidays are always something to look forward to despite the cooling weather. Since it’s celebrated during the four-day long weekend it’s a great time to go on a fun camping trip with family or friends! Camping and caravanning spots are aplenty but here are just a small smattering of... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Everything Caravan & Camping Blog
Snow camping may not be the ultimate choice for some people, but it offers a unique thrill and challenge. If you’re considering going snow camping with your gang, family or loved ones, make sure you are prepared with the best snow camping shelters and other essentials. Read on for some... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Everything Caravan & Camping Blog
Whether you’re already a pro camper or just starting to discover the wonders of camping, solar panels are your best buddies. These renewable energy instruments can power your mobile devices and appliances like air conditioners and fridges. Read along and get to know the benefits, pros and cons as well... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-15
By Everything Caravan & Camping Blog
Are you a caravan owner looking for hints and tips to ensure the safety of yourself, your family, and your tow rig with essential equipment during long journeys? Are you wondering what steps you can... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-14
By Takalvans Blog
Did you know that you can read my stories that have appeared in print or online, on my website? Once the print run or enough time has passed since publication, I put up the stories and recipes I’ve written for you to read, for a limited time. With the New... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-13
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Explore Vango's Adventure Tents, Airbeam Tents, Family Poled Tents and Technical Tents in the Vango Tent Collection. Get your families outside to adventure and enjoy the great outdoors, spending the days creating those all important memories and the evenings around the campfire, before retiring for a good night's sleep.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-11
By Leisureshopdirect Blog
Towing with a PHEV Tow Car Introduction I’ve been doing some research into towing with a PHEV tow car. One of the reasons is the amount that this type of car has dropped in value over the past few months. That being said, there are still a lot of questions... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-11
By Caravan Vlogger
Are you looking to make your caravan more energy-efficient, or searching for a way to enjoy the freedom of off-grid camping without worrying about draining your battery? Whether you are already looking to invest in caravan solar panels, or are looking for new ways to update your home-from-home, we’ll be... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-07
By Caravan Crazy Blog
If you’re planning to spend a few days or longer on the Fleurieu Peninsula, there are plenty of options for exploring the region. There are wineries, markets, boutique shopping, walks to take in nature, pristine beaches, historic buildings to see and fabulous dining options. You could easily fill a few... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-03
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
Want to truly get away from it all? Then this new, gas-free, WildAx conversion could be for you, says Nick Harding... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By The Caravan Club Blog
Journalist, John Rawlings and his family ventured out in their motorhome to hit the ski slopes in France.... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By The Caravan Club Blog
The start of a new year often prompts thoughts about upgrading your outfit. Rob McCabe offers his expert advice on buying new or second-hand caravans... Read more
Published on: 2024-02-02
By The Caravan Club Blog
Published on: 2024-02-02
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-02
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-02-02
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
This Coachman Caravan Comparison table is useful whether you’re buying a new or used caravan. You can use the filters at the top of the Coachman Caravan Comparison table to narrow down your search. If you click on the image of the caravan (BTW some images aren’t of the actual... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Caravan Vlogger
Swift Caravan Comparison. Being able to compare all Swift caravans in one place can be invaluable. Which one’s have a fixed bed? How do all the MTPLM’s compare? Find that information and more in the below table. It has all the 2024 Swift caravans lineup. Click on any of the... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Caravan Vlogger
I have to say, right from the start, electric metered campsites makes perfect sense. You only pay for what you use; that sounds perfectly fair. We don’t expect campsites to subsidise our holiday, nor do we expect them to make excess profit. Although exactly what excess profit is, it’s hard... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By Caravan Vlogger
Kight Off-Grid specialises in innovative hybrid solar and wind, fully autonomous, lighting solutions which are be best in class, offering many unique commercial and technical advantages all of which benefit the environment and you! Kight Off Grid solutions: Silent and clean with no emissions Easy and quick to install with... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-31
By CaSSOA News
Below you will find a list of caravans manufactured by Bailey with the basic information of each model. This is a work in progress and I’ll be adding more models and manufacturers. Bailey Caravan Models Comparison A list of touring caravans manufactured by Bailey Caravans. Search and filter on your... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Caravan Vlogger
In this blog post I’ll cover the important subject of hitching up a caravan. Setting off on a caravanning adventure can hit a snag without knowing how to properly hitch up. Every seasoned traveller knows that a secure connection between caravan and car is essential for safety. Our step-by-step guide... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-27
By Caravan Vlogger
Below you will find a list of caravan manufactured by Swift with the basic information of each model. This is a work in progress and I’ll be adding more models and manufacturers. Swift Caravan Models A list of touring caravans manufactured by Swift Caravans. Search and filter on your favourite... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-25
By Caravan Vlogger
In a world full of social media, travel bloggers and keeping up with the Jones it was only a matter of time before the humble Luxury caravans became a competition. With more and more luxury being crammed into 4 walls and 4 wheels, has caravanning become more about status than... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-23
By Avan NSW Blog
Published on: 2024-01-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Published on: 2024-01-23
By Lets Go Caravan and Camping Blog
Another fun filled holiday at Moonta Bay on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula is drawing to a close, and this year’s holiday brought with it the usual gamut of weather from storms and torrential rain to steaming hot summer days and nights. There were lots of catch ups with friends, joyful... Read more
Published on: 2024-01-22
By Caravan Correspondent Blog
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