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Top 5 Red Centre Camp Spots

The Red Centre is packed full of excellent camper destinations — here are just a few of the best

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Red Centre Essentials Checklist

As one of Australia's top destinations, Central Australia offers a plethora of must-see sights and adventures

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The Things That Go Bang

Magic places where the stars touch the Earth

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West of Centre

Rich natural history meets picturesque scenery in Australia's hot, red centre

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The Other High Country

It's usually the Victorian High Country that to come to mind, but head up into the ACT and NSW and you’ll find even more to explore.

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Corner Country is Calling

When the shackles are removed and travel within Australia is finally back on, check out these unique destinations

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AOR Odyssey Series II Review

Camper tests out the AOR Odyssey, a top-end Aussie-made pop-top hybrid from a brand with a stellar reputation for campers that can cope with the deep outback

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A New Way to Experience the Northern Flinders Ranges

In the past 30 to 40 years, a number of private properties in the Flinders Ranges have become public, opening up more of this iconic region to travellers. We head to one of these, Warraweena, to check out the 4WD tracks and isolated bush camping on offer.

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Push to seal roads between SA and WA

Following long-term closures caused by bushfire, industry bodies and the public alike are making calls for more bitumen.

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REDARC BCDC1225D Battery Charger Review

Discover Camper’s take on the popular REDARC BCDC1225D battery charger, following our journey along the Great Australian Bight.

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Tips for getting the best deal on your next camper trailer upgrade in 2022

With so many camper trailers available on the market, it can often become confusing. Here are some tips to get the best deal on your next camper trailer upgrade in 2022.

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Keep River National Park

This tropical sandstone playground on the WA/NT border dishes up indigenous history, cabbage palms and gigantic beehive rock formations. If you can handle the heat, read on.

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