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

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

Mobile Living with Patrick Dangerfield to premiere on 7

News | 04 May

 Checkout the premiere of ‘Mobile Living with Patrick Dangerfield’ ! Episode 1: 7 Network May 4th 5:30pm (Melbourne/Adelaide) 7 Network May 11th 5:30pm (Perth) 72 May 5th 1:30pm A two-part Read Article

Save 10% on new insurance quotes!

News | 02 May

We’ve got you covered.   Let’s Go Caravan Insurance provides competitive insurance options for Caravans, Campervans, Cabins, Trailers and Horse Floats. Whether you take your caravan on short holidays or Read Article

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a camping holiday

News | 29 Apr

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, many of us are trying to decide on the best way to celebrate the mothers (and mother figures) in our lives. Our mothers are pretty Read Article

Community welcomes RVs: Westonia, WA

News | 23 Apr

Westonia is located in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt, 316 km east of Perth, 306 km west of Kalgoorlie and 55 km east of Merredin.The shire of Westonia is renowned for its Read Article

Real Life Classroom Tasmania visits MONA

News | 18 Apr

MONA – Museum of Old and New Art The Real Life Classroom could NOT miss out on a cultural and creative afternoon at MONA. MONA stands for the Museum of Read Article

One million reasons why staying in a caravan park could save your life

News | 17 Apr

Heading off on that caravan and camping trip to regional Australia has just become that much safer. Announced this morning by Health Minister the Hon Greg Hunt MP at BIG4 Read Article

Rainforest Ecosystem – Real Life Classroom Tasmania

News | 16 Apr

Rainforest Ecosystem Exploring the relationships between living and non living components of a rainforest ecosystem. When you step into amazing environments like the rainforest at Mt Field, you can’t help Read Article

Mount Field Part 2 – Real Life Classroom Tasmania

News | 12 Apr

Rainforest Structure   There are many great national parks for kids to explore and Mt Field Tasmania is one of them! Classified as a cool temperate rainforest, Mt Field was Read Article

Narooma to Canberra with the Follow the Sun Relay

News | 09 Apr

Narooma to Canberra After leaving picture postcard Narooma, we stopped one night on our way to Canberra at sleepy peaceful Nelligen. Nestled on both the Clyde River and Nelligen Creek Read Article

Real Life Classroom Tasmania heads to Mt Field

News | 09 Apr

Mount Field Introduction – When I hear someone mention “Tasmania”; lush green rain forests immediately come to mind. Tasmania has many cool temperate rainforests full of the most magestic waterfalls 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

Win a Kirra Beach Pet Friendly Holiday

News | 25 Mar

As one of the few dog-friendly holiday parks on the Gold Coast, Kirra Beach Tourist Parks welcomes your pooch as part of the family. The park has multiple sites and 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

Community welcomes RV’s- Pine Point

News | 19 Mar

Pine Point, South Australia Pine Point is located on the eastern side of Yorke Peninsula about 18km south of Ardrossan. It is a popular spot crabbing spot during summer with 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

Do you know about commercial hire out cover?

News | 20 Feb

The team at Let’s Go Caravan Insurance recognise that a caravan is often an owner’s most treasured asset Rather than letting their caravan sit idle in the driveway, more and more 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

Community Welcomes RVs – Miriam Vale (Queensland)

News | 18 Feb

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

Learning on the road with the Austins

News | 18 Feb

“When are we going to start school?” the kids continuously asked at the beginning of our travels. This may seem a bit odd, but we think it was the novelty Read Article

Get excited for Fair Day!

News | 14 Feb

Mardi Gras Fair Day is one of the most exciting events on the LGBTIQ+ calendar, and this year Caravan Industry Association of Australia is thrilled to be involved, along with Read Article

Swan Hill to Echuca

News | 13 Feb

After a couple of very relaxing days at Swan Hill, it was time to move on to Echuca. We always like being able to stop if we see something interesting, Read Article

Book a camping trip for Valentine’s Day

News | 12 Feb

Research shows Valentine’s Day camping trips are good for relationships With Valentines Day now just around the corner, sometimes the best gift can be time spent together in nature. Research Read Article

Reflecting on major competition win

News | 08 Feb

David and Sherryn Blower have always loved caravan and camping trips, and in 2017 their setup was upgraded more than they had ever expected. At the Queensland Caravan, Camping and Touring Supershow Read Article

Austins exploring regional Victoria!

News | 06 Feb

Echuca  The mighty Murray River!! What a destination. We all hear about the Murray but not a lot of people visit this quintessential Australian landmark compared to other coastal places. Echuca is situated right on Read Article

Making the most of Melbourne!

News | 05 Feb

Melbourne  Melbourne: Arty, stylish, cosmopolitan, cultural, athletic and sports obsessed – She may lack the natural beauty of her big sister (Sydney), but Australia’s ‘most livable’ city is far from the ugly little sister. She’s grown. Matured. She boasts beautifully Read Article

The Austins make their way through Victoria

News | 04 Feb

“Mum, Stella keeps looking at me.” “Well, stop touching me, Sage!” Whinging and arguing in the car can only be tolerated for so long. Being ‘chalkies’ by trade, we do Read Article

The Sapphire Coast with the Austin family

News | 31 Jan

Boyd Town  Getting caravan sites and any form of accommodation on the South Coast around the Christmas/New Year period is like ‘finding a needle in a haystack’. We called over 15 caravan parks Read Article

Mildura to Swan Hill

News | 30 Jan

Moving on from Mildura, we decided we would take the opportunity to check out some more Silo Art. So, we headed off towards the tiny village of Patchewollock. Patchy, as Read Article

Summer holidays with the Austins

News | 29 Jan

While our writings will have a focus on our methods of educating our children as we roam around Australia, we too need a summer holiday! Therefore, our content will feature more on the locations Read Article

Happy Campers – Meet the Dryland family!

News | 29 Jan

Happy Campers Series Episode 14 – Happy Campers for a Lifetime! Meet the Dryland’s, they are a multi generational family who have been coming to the same park every year Read Article

‘Back to work’ blues affect our happiness; camping holidays proven to help

News | 25 Jan

With Christmas, and New Year now done and dusted and the majority of adults back at work, it seems as though the holiday season is well and truly over for Read Article

BBQ hacks for the long weekend

News | 24 Jan

With the long weekend approaching, many people around the country might be heading off on a caravan or camping trip or spending time at the beach, while others will be Read Article

From Renmark to Mildura

News | 24 Jan

After reluctantly leaving Renmark, it was time to make our way to Mildura. The road to the border is long and straight and the countryside is mainly covered in Mallee Read Article

Do you know about Lay Up Cover?

News | 23 Jan

Most people don’t use their caravans all year round, so why have it insured that way? Let’s Go Caravan Insurance offers its customers “Lay Up Cover”. You can receive a Read Article