The Wanderer In Review

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Keeping Green

We here at KEA believe that everyone has a responsibility to not only look after our environment but to leave it better than we found it.
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Spring Into an Alpine Adventure

The mountains aren’t only for winter.
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Camp Sight

BlazeAid allows communities ravaged by disaster to see a brighter future
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Quaint Towns of Queensland

There’s more than meets the eye in the tiny historic town of Rosewood
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Security Detail

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Australia’s Most Inspiring Places to Visit

Sometimes, we can take our own country for granted and look right past some of the most amazing destinations that sit in our very own backyard.
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Cycling Australia

Australia's Century Old Love Affair
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The Road to Safety

Kirstie Bedford investigates the issue of road safety and finds the finger points almost squarely at the RV owner
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Taking Your Dog on the Road

Most people consider their pet part of the family and wouldn’t dream of travelling without them...
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Down by the River

Letting the current take you where it will.
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Know Your Camera

Here at KEA we have a question: has technology improved the quality of everyone’s photos?
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The Wealth Of The Pindan Country

We explore the Kimberley coast – from Broome via the fascinating Lurujarri Heritage Trail
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Ingham

Ingham lies on the south bank of the Herbert River and is set in an area of sugar cane, bordered by waterfalls and adjacent to the magnificent Hinchinbrook Island and the Hinchinbrook Channel
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Relocation Vacation

For people who don’t mind driving long distances, RV relocation is the perfect way to see highlights of Australia in an adventurous and cheap way.
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Young

Explore the 'Cherry Capital of Australia.'
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The Art of Cooking on the Road

The team at KEA knows a thing or two about the trade off between great adventure and dull food...
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Know Your Tow

Graeme Kemlo delves into the world of towing, providing top tips for you from a tow expert
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Droning On

As well as helping the super-powers track a few of the world’s ‘bad guys’ the drone has become part of the massive arsenal available to the toy-hungry public
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It's Not Just Mine

This story, told by one family, affects many
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Cool Runnings

Tried and tested southern journeys that everyone can enjoy
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Start Your Engines

Motor racing is a sensory experience: the smell of gasoline, the roar of engines, the colour of the livery speeding past.
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Keeping Safe

KEA Tracks have prepared a simple checklist for on-the-road and around the campsite
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Winter Escapes

At KEA we know that once you’ve caught the travel bug the diagnosis is usually irreversible.
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The Backroads Trail

Turn off the highway and discover an unforgettable Journey
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The Long Trek

Walking is a healthy and highly enjoyable way to explore Australia’s natural (and not so natural) beauty.
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Travelling Alone Doesn't Have to Be Lonely

Travelling Alone Doesn't Have to Be Lonely
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The Charm of Cute Towns

Sometimes travel is all about being enchanted by a place, and nothing quite beats a cute town and its friendly locals
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Planning for the Big One

Con Tsobanopoulos of RV insurance specialist Ken Tame provides some insights into what you need to do before you hit the road for a big trip
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Strictly Self-Contained

Kirstie Bedford talks to industry leaders about the divided issue of self-containment
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All the Fun of the Fair

It’s not just kids who enjoy the colour and activity of shows and festivals.
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Travelling With Grandchildren

Grandparents can play such a large part in their grandchildren’s upbringing and the shaping of their character.
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Taking Your Best Friends With You

All year you spend time with your pets – and at holiday time they like to come too.
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Mystery Ship in the Western Australian Outback

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Noughts and Crosses

Ready for take-off? Make sure you have gone through the important list of haves and have nots
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Revolutionising RV Design

While most motorhomes and caravans look similar on the outside – big changes are being made inside to meet the demands of a new generation, as Kirstie Bedford found out
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Watch Out For Wildlife

Each year hundreds of native animals are killed on our roads.
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Hard-Core Beauty

Photographer Ian Smith finds rocky inspiration at four unique destinations on the east coast
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Getting Sporty

Aussies love their sport – and late winter to early spring is a great time to get amongst some of the biggest events.
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Beginners' Essential Guide to Driving a Campervan

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All That Glitters is Not Gold

All that glitters is not gold. (Sometimes it's a gemstone). Fossicking and noodling is fun and might even be rewarding.
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Our Ultimate Road Trip Bucket List

Anyone can plan the perfect road trip but not everyone can plan the ultimate road trip.
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People in Glass Houses

Shouldn’t throw stones – indeed the best way to deal with the large rocks around here is to climb them
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Boating Bliss

Steve Starling offers tips on how to avoid ramp rage when launching your boat
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The Good Life in Gwydir Shire

If you are looking for a true country experience while still being close enough to the bigger centres, then flag the New South Wales Gwydir Shire region as your next stop
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To Sit or Not to Sit (That is the Question)

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Buyer’s Guide

Whether you’re a first time buyer or seasoned RV owner, KEA has compiled a foolproof buyer’s guide to ensure you get exactly what you want!
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Safety First

Lessen the risk of an RV fire by following these simple steps.
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A Land Lost in Time

A Land Lost in Time
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Queensland Drive Tourism Strategy

From Queensland tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games Minister, Jann stuckey
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In Ore

The magnetism of Helena and Aurora Range is its natural richness. Make that your cast-iron alibi for a visit
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Snap Happy

The snapper is one of Australia’s favourite sportfish so who better than Al McGlashan to run us through the tricks to hook up this summer
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Tropical Paradise

Hinchinbrook is a nature lover's dream just waiting to be discovered...
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Easter Eggstravaganzas!

Easter Eggstravaganzas!
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The Dreamtime

Long-time CMCA members, Bill and Dorothy McClintock currently own a KEA Dreamtime and I’m sure you’ll be pleased to know, are very happy with their motorhome.
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Rite of Passage

The chance of a week out of the office was too good to pass up. Add to that the lure of the Great Aussie Road Trip and the deal was sealed on our cross-country adventure
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Woods Not Just For the Trees

Tasmania’s forests are in need of a hug
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Down on the Farm

If you live on the land you know it's a lot of hard work: but for the curious city slicker, getting your hands dirty in the country can be a refreshing break.
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Glen Innes

Glen Innes is a captivating town in the beautiful New England high country of New South Wales
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Mount Isa to Darwin

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The Top Ten CMCA New Year Resolutions (and how to acheive them!)

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Coping With and Using Technology

There are many of our readers who are struggling with the rise and rise of technology.
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'Ause-Safare'

Community Service Program
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KEA’s Top Beaches

Anyone who’s travelled knows there’s nothing else in the world quite like an Australian summer.
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A whole new way to discover the fantastic Fraser Coast!

A visit to Queensland’s Fraser Coast – host of the CMCA Anniversary Rally in April, 2013 - has just got even more exciting, interactive and engaging. This summer the Fraser Coast launches a brand new attraction – the Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere.
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Party Time

The stately mining town of Cobar is getting ready to party like it’s 1959 at its inaugural Grey Mardi Gras
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The Living Desert

The thing about deserts is, they’re never really deserted.
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Clean Up Australia Day