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ZONE RV grow into new high-tech factory

Queensland hybrid stalwarts ZONE RV have moved into a speccy new factory to cater to their ongoing growth

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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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Domestic Camping Economy Continues to Grow

The 13 million domestic camping trips Australians made last financial year have driven a record-breaking $7 billion into our regions.

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Outdoor X a Resounding Success

Outdoor X, Australia’s newest outdoor lifestyle event, exudes X-factor at Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast.

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Cub release Limited Edition Brumby

The new Brumby L.E. takes the iconic camper’s offroad credentials to another level.

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OutdoorX marks the spot

An experiential event showcasing the latest in outdoor products, including campers, is set to grace the Gold Coast this September.

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Camper Gears up for a Bumper CTOTY this November

Production of the camper reviews that determine the composition of Camper Trailer of the Year is well underway. We explain how it all works.

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Whacky New Ideas

Camper explores a few bold concepts popping up in the towing-sphere.

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Eagle Outdoors Saves Ultimate Campers

After entering voluntary administration in October, Ultimate Campers has been purchased by the Eagle Outdoors Group.

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Jawa Trax 10 Series II Review

The team from Jawa have released an updated version of the popular pint sized hybrid. We put the Trax 10, a tiny ten footer built to tackle the tough tracks, through its paces.

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Flinders and Gammon Ranges

There’s a lot more to the Flinders Ranges in South Australia than the national park, as I discovered on a nine-day expedition as low down as the Bridle Track and as high up as Arkaroola.

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