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Eat, sleep and chill the Wicked way

Wicked Campers has been renting out campervans for over 20 years. We checked out their updated vehicle range and were lucky enough to borrow one for our own outback adventure.

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Reviewed: K9 Coyote Hybrid

A new hybrid import has hit the ground running in the Australian market. Let's take a close look at the K9 Coyote and see what this new company has to offer for an alternative to Australian-built hybrids.

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Signature Iridium 13 S Hybrid Reviewed

The Signature Iridium 13 S hybrid offers a well kitted package for a comfortable price

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Review: Camp King Rooftop Tent

The hard shell Camp King RTT is one of the most recognisable and sought after RTTs on the market

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Review: The Offroad Packhorse

The Toytuf TFI is the latest offering from Signature Camper Trailers, and is sure to appeal to adventurers who also like the finer things in life.

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Bluewater Lachlan Mk II

Get ready to head for blue waters with the forward-fold Bluewater Lachlan Mk II

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Ozcape Optima

With versatility and simplicity in spades, you can feel optimistic about the Ozcape Optima

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Ultimate X25

Our 2021 winner is a well-rounded performer that stands heads and shoulder above the crowd

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Marlin Explorer Deluxe

With a back to basics approach, Marlin are a popular brand, but their recent offerings, like the Explorer, are offering a little more pizzazz

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BRS Sherpa Gen II

The second generation of BRS’s award-winning Sherpa refines an already impressive intersection between traditional teardrop and 21st century tech

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Eat, sleep and chill the Wicked way

Wicked Campers has been renting out campervans for over 20 years. We checked out their updated vehicle range and were lucky enough to borrow one for our own outback adventure.

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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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