A Guide to Preventing Mould and Mildew in Your Hard Floor Camper

When you invest in a hard floor camper, you're investing in a future of low-cost holidays. You make the investment now to reap the savings later. To get years of use out of your portable accommodation, you'll need to ensure that your camper is cared for correctly. Mould and mildew can be a big problem with all camping accommodation. If you allow it to take hold, the removal can be costly and time-consuming. [Read More]

Don't Camp in the Rain Without These Five Essentials

Camping is great, but if your holiday gets affected by rain, you need the right supplies. Luckily, there are lots of army disposals that can protect your camping trip from becoming a soggy mess. Here are some of the essentials you may want to pack if rain is in the forecast. 1. Rain Poncho First and foremost, if it's raining, you need to keep yourself dry. If your clothes become wet, that can be extremely cold, especially if the temperature drops. [Read More]

How to survive a winter caravanning trip

When there is so much beauty in the natural landscapes of Australia, there is really no reason to take expensive holidays abroad. And if you make an investment in a caravan, you can drive to wherever you please, whenever you please, and enjoy all the home comforts that come with caravanning in the 21st century. One thing that you might be a little apprehensive about is travelling with your caravan in the winter time. [Read More]