The Australian Made Campaign (AMCL) is calling on Australians to adopt a ‘buy Australian first’ habit, to help fast-track the country’s resurgence as it plans its recovery from the impact Read Article

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‘Buy local’ to help Australian resurgence

News | 29 Apr

The Australian Made Campaign (AMCL) is calling on Australians to adopt a ‘buy Australian first’ habit, to help fast-track the country’s resurgence as it plans its recovery from the impact Read Article

How to create the ULTIMATE holiday at home this Easter

News | 09 Apr

With the usual Easter road trips on hold this year, many of us are preparing for an awesome at-home camping trip instead! While it’s not quite the same as your Read Article

Families encouraged to support Aussie businesses this Easter

News | 08 Apr

As Australian families contemplate an Easter period spent at home, the Australian Made Campaign is encouraging parents and carers to go online to purchase genuine Australian Made toys, games and Read Article

Adventure books to read on your Easter at-home camping trip

News | 08 Apr

While we love being active in the great outdoors on our camping trips, there’s nothing quite like sitting back with a good book at the end of a long day Read Article

Get crafty during your at-home camping trip

News | 07 Apr

  While we’re spending less time out adventuring and more time indoors, now is the perfect time to get your craft skills up to scratch. Craft activities are one of Read Article

The best tools for educating your campers at home!

News | 05 Apr

Anybody who has done a big trip with kids will know that it can be challenging to keep up their education and to take on the role of both teacher Read Article

Camping inspired activities you can do at home

News | 04 Apr

So you’ve set up your cubby house or tent at home, rolled out the sleeping bags, and set up your very own mini campsite. But what’s next? If you want Read Article

Virtual excursions you can take while camping at home

News | 03 Apr

As campers, we love exploring new places and going day trips and excursions, but that’s not really an option now, right? Wrong! Thanks to modern technology, a lot of museums, Read Article

How to recreate camp cooking at home

News | 02 Apr

  There’s something special about camping meals, and we know you might be missing them while you’re staying home this Easter! This year we are transforming our usual camping trips Read Article

Education at home – our tips and resources

News | 01 Apr

School’s out, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to stop learning! Whether you’re currently home schooling or on a break for the Easter holidays, there are plenty of fun ways Read Article

Family activities away from the screens

News | 31 Mar

With a lot of our favourite outdoor activities off at the moment, we’re all spending a bit more time indoors than usual. That doesn’t mean you have to spend all Read Article

Camp At Home Heroes

News | 27 Mar

Time to get the tent poles out and start planning for a different kind of holiday! A holiday in your back yard 🌞 a holiday in the yard with the van🔧a holiday Read Article

Research shows Valentine’s Day camping can help put a spark in relationships!

News | 13 Feb

With Valentine’s Day now just around the corner, it’s not too late to make a romantic gesture for that special someone. Rather than the traditional chocolate or flowers, sometimes the Read Article

My Road to Adventure – new episode airing this weekend!

News | 30 Jan

Did you catch the first two episodes of the new My Road to Adventure series? The third episode, featuring AFL star Patrick Dangerfield, will air on Saturday! Patrick and his Read Article

How you can support bushfire affected areas by taking a camping trip

News | 29 Jan

With our summer dominated by some of the worst bushfires on record, many people around the country have had a tough start to 2020. In the true Aussie spirit, many Read Article

Your Stories.

News | 21 Jan

Do you have a story relating to the recent bush fires?  We want to hear from you! In the wake of the recent bush fires we have seen and heard Read Article

Bullish Adventurer winners hit the road!

News | 21 Nov

With the holiday season just around the corner, many of us are planning our upcoming caravan and camping trips! For Michel Fowkes and her family, this summer’s caravan and camping Read Article

Experiences in the great outdoors

News | 19 Nov

With modern life busier than ever and many of us spending long days in the office, we recommend taking the time to escape to the great outdoors on a caravan Read Article

Tips for buying your recreational vehicle!

News | 18 Nov

With so many recreational vehicle types and models to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start when looking to buy! As there is so much range Read Article

JB Caravans celebrates new Burpengary site!

News | 18 Nov

Caravan and camping trips are becoming more and more popular in Australia, and JB Caravans are living proof! After outgrowing their Caboolture facility due to public demand for the product Read Article

Reasons to go caravanning with kids!

News | 29 Oct

With the warmer months approaching and the final term of the school year well and truly underway, many Aussie families are beginning to plan their Christmas holidays and summer getaways. Read Article

Wildflowers, hiking and whale watching – your guide to spring camping trips!

News | 29 Oct

As the temperatures begin to rise and the frost starts to fade, many of us are coming out of hibernation and planning our upcoming caravan and camping holidays. It’s no Read Article

Weekend Escapes – Queensland edition!

News | 23 Oct

Did you know that within just two hours of every Australian city, you can escape into nature with a friend or loved one? With such a short distance of travel Read Article

Women can improve health with caravan and camping trips

News | 03 Sep

  Image: Tourism and Events Queensland   Between busy schedules, competing priorities and the demands of everyday life, it can often be challenging to take the time to focus on Read Article

Things to consider before purchasing insurance

News | 28 Aug

For anybody who owns a major asset like a recreational vehicle, being equipped with insurance is a must-do, and there are a lot of things to research when it comes Read Article

Community Welcomes RVs – Ayr

News | 23 Aug

Look out for the ‘Community Welcomes Recreational Vehicles’ signage on your next trip and rest easy knowing that your destination is equipped to welcome you and your caravan, camper trailer, Read Article

Camping sites across Australia for getting into nature

News | 23 Aug

Queensland Although cooking around a campfire is fun with friends, sometimes we all just feel like spending the few extra dollars needed for someone else to prepare a meal for Read Article

Let’s Go Glamping!

News | 22 Aug

For many Aussies, camping trips mean the traditional two-man tent pitched in a holiday park. But if you feel you’re lacking a bit of luxury on your camping holidays then Read Article

Planning the ultimate Stradbroke Island camping holiday

News | 20 Aug

  Photos: Tourism and Events Queensland The sun is rising earlier and the weather is once again getting warmer, and we are already planning our next getaway! For us Queenslanders, Read Article

How to Be A Responsible Camper/Caravanner

News | 20 Aug

  If you’re a regular traveller or have been planning a trip recently, you might have heard the phrase ‘responsible tourism’. Responsible tourism is all about being aware and owning Read Article

Opportunities available for Gold Coast dream job

News | 07 May

If you are energetic, love working with people, and want to live on the beautiful Gold Coast, you are in luck: the best job in Australia could be yours. Tenders Read Article

Real Life Classroom Tasmania 2019

News | 03 Apr

Hello Everyone! I’m Jules from Travelling Family Circus; ambassadors of the Real Life Classroom. I’m so excited to have you along with us as we share our experiences and adventures. Read Article

Ulladulla to Narooma

News | 03 Apr

After leaving Huskisson on our way to Narooma, we made a stop at Kings Point Retreat Ulladulla. They had 2 waterslides, 4 spas, 2 resort style swimming pools, 2 kids Read Article

Spotting Dolphins in Huskisson

News | 28 Mar

We left tranquil Kangaroo Valley behind and headed South to Huskisson. We stayed 2 nights/3 days at Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach on our leg of the Follow the Sun Relay. Read Article

Sydney to Kangaroo Valley NSW

News | 27 Mar

A day-tripper’s delight or the perfect place for a holiday to stay, relax and unwind. Located only 2 hours south of Sydney in the Shoalhaven region of NSW, lies the Read Article

Families lapping it up around Oz!

News | 26 Mar

Imagine this: You’re in your late 20’s, a life of promise ahead with a burgeoning career, recently married to a beautiful woman and your best mate, who, nine months ago, Read Article

New travellers embark on the Follow the Sun Relay, showcasing holidays for all abilities!

News | 20 Mar

After the 2002 Bali Bombings terrorist attacks, Ben Tullipan was told he would never walk again. Ben lost both of his legs, most of his stomach muscles and received 63% Read Article

Follow the Sun Relay In Canberra

News | 19 Mar

With only two nights and one full day in Canberra, our visit needed to fit so much in! After arriving at the Capital Country Holiday Park on the fringe of Read Article

Riding the Riesling Trail- Stella’s blog

News | 19 Mar

You may be thinking, ‘why would kids enjoy the Riesling Trail?’ Sure, I have eight years to go until I can drink the stuff but my brother, sister and I had a Read Article

Exploring Batemans Bay

News | 18 Mar

Batemans Bay is a 3 and a half hour drive south of Sydney and is a great destination to use as a base to explore the Eurobodalla region. The Big4 Read Article

Follow the Sun Relay continues to Narooma

News | 16 Mar

The NSW South coast is putting on a wonderful show, with gorgeous sunny days, not ‘too cold’ swimming and wildlife encounters that we have never experienced before. Narooma (originally Noorooma) – Read Article

Pambula to Tathra

News | 14 Mar

A mere thirty minutes’ drive North of Pambula, we rolled into our next destination – Tathra. The unique mix of the East Australian Current with the nutrient rich Antarctic current Read Article

A caravanning dad 

News | 13 Mar

Travelling Australia for 12 months with my wife and three kids is a dream come true. As one approaches the big “four zero’’, it’s not uncommon to assess where you’re Read Article

Meet Jude- a retiree travelling solo!

News | 11 Mar

Traversing around our massive magical continent, we meet so many inspiring everyday Aussies from all walks of life, including more and more women- many of whom are travelling solo.  Jude Read Article

Rent, try, buy: the smart pathway to owning a motorhome

News | 08 Mar

Once you get the idea of buying a motorhome in your head, RV envy can strike every time you see one pass by.  For many, outside buying the family home, Read Article

From Eden to Pambula

News | 08 Mar

It’s simply stunning at Pambula Beach on the NSW Sapphire Coast. The area is about midway between Sydney and Melbourne. This makes it just a little too far for a Read Article

Road Tripping from Lakes Entrance to Eden

News | 03 Mar

Eden is the first town you come through when you cross the Victorian border. It is a 3-hour approx. drive from Lakes Entrance. We took our time, swapping drivers and Read Article

Follow the Sun- meet the Reeve family!

News | 01 Mar

We are the Reeve family (Adam 39, Mia 38, Jett 11 and Skye 9). Our family has been travelling full time across Australia for the past 14 months in a Read Article

A day in the life of a mum on the road

News | 01 Mar

I always thought those travelling families were constantly happy, without a care in the world, with children that happily played and were always safe where ever they went. The parents always got along because Read Article

Camping is a lifelong love for competition winners

News | 01 Mar

When Lynelle Remington received a phone call telling her she had won a brand-new Mitsubishi Triton, she thought it was a prank. It wasn’t. After purchasing an RVMAP accredited Goldstream Read Article

Echuca To Bendigo

News | 20 Feb

Leaving Echuca meant we sadly left the Murray River behind us as we headed south towards Bendigo. Our first stop for the day was the small town of Rochester. As Read Article