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Trakmaster Kimberley Platinum

Melbourne manufacturer joins trendy, glossy furniture set, but top-notch off-road construction lives on

Johnno's Evolution

This sub-$30K Aussie camper is built tough, but can it handle a week of pampered princesses and wild weather?

Universal Hollywood

A five metre long slide-out and four TVs star in Universal’s latest RV blockbuster

Roma Elegance Triple-Axle

What’s more than 11m long, has three axles, 44 cupboards and weighs more than three tonnes empty? Read on…

Regent Monarch MkII Slide-Out

Regent remains as Aussie as ever despite its new Chinese ownership, if the latest Monarch slider is any guide

Patriot TH560

Heading bush and want to take all your motorised toys? Premium off-road camper trailer manufacturer Patriot has the answer

Elite Dirty Harry 16

For lounging in the bush, the extra length makes all the difference to Elite’s Dirty Harry 16

Cell Estate

When size matters, the latest US-built 26ft double-slider from Cell Caravans offers serious real estate for your buck

Van Cruiser Interceptor

Who said colour and caravans don’t mix? Melbourne’s Van Cruiser has the answer for adventurous travellers

Paramount Studio Streamline

From its mirror wall to a bathroom big enough to swing a cat in, this $80,000 caravan has that elusive ‘wow’ factor

Franklin X-Factor

Franklin Caravans is now back on the national stage but has this latest 21ft tandem axle touring van got the X-factor?

Colorado Bushranger

Built by a small but caring family business, this 23ft tandem axle rough road van brings comfort and luxury to faraway places

Innovan XC

Fibreglass off-roader is, as its name suggests, one of the most innovative compact, caravan campers on the market

Coronet FS2

Is the Coronet FS2 Australia’s best-value full height caravan? We believe it makes a strong case to be

New Age Wallaby

New Age caravans revives its dormant Wallaby pop-top, with a new two-model range priced from an attention grabbing $40,000

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