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
GME TX677 2 Watt UHF CB Handheld Radio Review
There's a convincing argument for handheld radios. They're mobile and not everyone owns, or can afford, a powerful mounted unit. GME’s TX677 handhelds proved their worth during REDARC Camper Trailer of the Year 2020.
Camper Trailer of the Year 2020: Bluewater Lachlan
With three sleeping spaces, a spacious high-roofed interior, a powerhouse cooktop, 240Ah of juice, an array of locally fitted Aussie components, a dome-top tent, and immense attention to detail, the Bluewater Lachlan has a lot to distinguish it.
Keeping Cool with Engel
Having the support of Engel at Camper Trailer of the Year made the long days — and longer nights — a whole lot more pleasant and achievable.
Bushwakka Bhoma Review
The Bushwakka Bhoma doesn’t stray far from its South African roots. During Camper’s time scooting about the hot, arid bush, the Bhoma, at rest, was bright and fresh like a cool savannah breeze and at play, tough as a rampaging elephant.
Jayco Crosstrak Review
The new Jayco Crosstrak hybrid sets out to balance offroad-ability with creature comforts. With plenty of storage, off-grid capacity and a spiffy kitchen, it’s poised to take the market by storm.