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Soft substrates like sand, mud and snow require specialist pegs

Awning Peg Guide

The once basic awning peg has become an arms race all of its own. We compare the options to make life easier next time you’re stocking up.

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10 Essentials to Pack

Heading into the desert? Bring along these ten things for a smooth and fun-filled adventure.

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Your Everyday Camper

We uncover the identity of the average camper and explore his or her importance to manufacturers.

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Minimalist Camping

Camping minimalism or Zen camping, we take a look at whether paring back the inventory is as fulfilling as having the comforts of a camper at your disposal.

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Finke River's Offroad Oasis

An invisible river carving a rugged track through a steep gorge lined with cabbage palms, smack bang in the Red Centre? Yes please!

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Driving Gloves: Yay or Nay?

Are driving gloves something from a bygone era, gone the way of the dodo?

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Melbourne Show Shows Off

In its 65th year, the Victorian Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow draws just shy of 50,000 keen campers.

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Heading for the Adelaide Hills

From family time to drinking wine, the Adelaide Hills have all the makings of a memorable camper holiday.

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Call of the Wild: Mackay Highlands

Encounter rare wildlife, cheap camping and chilled waterholes in the Mackay Highlands, the perfect destination to unwind.

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Bad Camping Behaviour

Scott rips into the one per cent of campers who ruin the experience for the majority by blindly pursuing their own self-interest

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Rhinomax Defender Review

Quick set up, ample storage, plenty of comforts and the ability to handle offroad make the Rhinomax Defender a super-tempting high-end hybrid.

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Inside Word: Lifestyle Campers

Camper spends An afternoon with John Swinglehurst, Managing Director of Lifestyle Campers.

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