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Western Union

Albany has chosen to recognise an important part of Australia’s history by establishing the National Anzac Centre, known locally as the NAC...
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Spring Cleaning

The change of season can be a good time to get out there and give your motorhome a thorough going over.
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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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I Listen, Therefore I am

AM radio reception in remote areas and how to improve it
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Spring Into an Alpine Adventure

The mountains aren’t only for winter.
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Legend of Ben Hall

Australian bushranger lore doesn’t end with Ned Kelly – another infamous outlaw blazed a trail of terror in NSW
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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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Terrific Twins

99Bikes, a leading retailer for Merida, arranged an eBIG TOUR aimed at the, well, larger among us that still want to ride light trails and dirt...
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Queensland Crossroads

After a brutal seven-year drought and now floods, the locals are rolling out the welcome mat to bring tourists back to this beautiful riverside region
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Waste Warriors

There are plenty of ways we can ‘switch and ditch’ our habits to protect our oceans from plastics and reduce the rubbish that ends up in landfill
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Swings and Roundabouts

Sue and John Turner tackle the Great Ocean Road from both ends
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Security Detail

We’ve noticed in our travels overseas that ‘obvious’ tourists are often prime targets for theft...
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West is Best

KEA Tracks takes a visit to Western Australia.
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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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The Best Thing Under the Sun

The sun’s rays may be free but successfully harnessing that energy can be taxing to get right
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Shock Diagnosis Forces Insurance Rethink

Surviving cancer prompted motorhomer Graeme Sinden to question the cover provided by insurance companies if you were diagnosed while on the road
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Our Blue Backyard

A journey through the marine parks of New South Wales
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Roads Less Travelled

After many smaller trips around Australia in a succession of caravans and a motorhome, CMCA members Cathy and Grant decided to explore the unpaved roads that crisscross the country on an extended trip and camp under the stars in comfort.
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Favourite Drives

'It's not about the destination, it's about the journey'
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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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Gizmos and Gadgets Abound

All sorts of things are needed on the road, so Malcolm Street shares a few items he never leaves home without.
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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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Being Green on the Road

If you want to reduce your carbon footprint and turn your next road trip into an eco-friendly adventure, there are plenty of tips on how to ‘go green’.
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Road to Sustainability

Kirstie Bedford looks at what the RV industry is doing to manage its carbon footprint in a world where environmental awareness is big business
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Outback Playground

This wonderful collection of places is guaranteed to impress the whole family with plenty of opportunities to swim, climb, bike, paddle and toast a marshmallow, and just enough facilities to clean the kids up afterwards.
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Tale of Tall Trees

There are only a few places left in Australia where one can gaze up into canopies of forests that soar above...
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Down by the River

Letting the current take you where it will.
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Dry Country Dreaming

There is plenty to dive into in the land around the Alice; you just need to know where to look
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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 Good Oil

Around the country there are any number of locations that have a strong connection to Australia’s settlement history...
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Cruiseweight or Heavyweight

Before you put down your hard-earned coupons for a new RV, motorhome or even a caravan, there are a couple of critical numbers you need to look at very carefully
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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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Pigment of the Imagination

Set to run from 29–31 October 2021, the Granite Belt Art & Craft Trail — or GBART, as it is affectionately known — is an open studio event comprising meet-the-artist talks, workshops, demonstrations, and a plethora of street art.
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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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Park Life

CMCA RV Park Ingham custodians share the wins of the park’s first season
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Band Wagon

Don’t fancy travelling alone? Here’s how to get the best of travelling as part of a group
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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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Get Your Kicks on Route 66

KEA Tracks uncovers a glimpse of America’s past during a motorhome adventure across its historic and iconic highway system
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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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Gulf Country

A solo trip along the Savannah Way in a two-wheeldrive motorhome takes some courage and know-how
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Retirement RV-Style

The birth of communities for the RV savvy retiree
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Lessons of an LR Licence

Kirstie Bedford talks through the trials and tribulations of getting a light rigid licence
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Make Life Easier When Travelling With Pets

Many members travelling with dogs have shared their stories on handy items for travelling with dogs. Some are DIY and others are store bought, but all make life easier for travelling with pets.
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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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Ripe for the Picking

With hearty soil and cool-climate vineyards aplenty, Victoria’s Central Gippsland region at the base of the Victorian Alps offers a veritable wealth of undiscovered foodie delights
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Follow Your Nose

We find some top food trails with room for the rig
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Frugal Feeds

Follow these thrifty tips to eat like royalty while you’re on the road, without spending all your gold sovereigns.
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A Vehicle to Envy

Rod Lee explains the fine art of how to create a vehicle to envy.
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Landscape Portrait

The Wilderness Society it just one of many groups with Australia’s natural interests at heart. We get in touch with some more and so can you
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All's Quiet on the Home Front?

Take a look at these top tips for safe guarding your home-base before your off on your next big adventure in your RV.
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It's Not Just Mine

This story, told by one family, affects many
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Innovative Travel Tricks

Some of these travel tips will save you money, some will bring on a smile, and some will inspire you to travel further and go wild with complete confidence.
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Winter Travels

In cold conditions motorhomes that have a club lounge or dinette in the rear that is surrounded by windows are real winners.
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Reaching For the Stars

A group of disabled adventurers prove no journey should be out of reach
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Inside the Outback

New South Wales’ Kidman Way earns its place on your touring bucket list with its jam-packed events calendar, gourmet wining and dining, natural wonders and pioneering history.
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The Great Australian Bite

Our wide brown land is world-renowned for a plethora of creatures that might bite, sting and maybe even kill you, but the greatest dangers are not necessarily what you think.
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Canola Fields are Calling

Located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne in the Riverina region of NSW, Temora Shire is the northern-most tip of the must-do Canola Trail touring route and is also home to the CMCA RV Park Temora.
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Cool Runnings

Tried and tested southern journeys that everyone can enjoy
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Do the Five to Stay Alive

Staying safe this summer isn’t just about the beach; your family’s survival in all types of environments depends as much on preparation as it does on knowledge and common sense.
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Golden Olden Days

Modern Tamworth may be famous for its boisterous, world-renowned country music festival, but some rather ‘electric’ history waits to be uncovered in this mid-northern NSW town
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A Million Wild Acres

Australian writer Eric Roles first brought to life the unique Pilliga Forest in his famous novel, A Million Wild Acres...
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Rise of the Resort Park

Resort style caravan parks are increasingly on the rise to meet the high expectations of a new market, as Kirstie Bedford discovered
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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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Reducing Roadkill

Scott Heiman provides some tips on what to do if you are faced with roadkill
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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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Cooking with Diesel

If you told me we were heading off around Australia and this is all we had to cook on, I’d think ‘great, let’s go’...
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Gem on the Gwydir

Two fantastic festivals in Bingara exemplify the ‘Gwydir Good Life’
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The Backroads Trail

Turn off the highway and discover an unforgettable Journey
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Cyber Security

It’s time to take your privacy seriously when dealing with internet breaches on the road.
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Game Changer

Lithium LiFePO4 batteries are ‘powering’ a significant shift in the RV world
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Mobile Paradise

With the company starting to hit its stride after a three-year rebuild, it was time to get back behind the wheel of the best-selling Liberation Platinum.
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A Total Re-Berth

We spell out the pros and cons of buying an ex-rental
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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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Future Proof

Undoubtedly the greatest change for many people in RVs has been the base vehicles that are currently available
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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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Surviving a Summer Scorcher

Here are some top tips to keeping your cool on the road as well as travelling safely in summer.
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Strictly Self-Contained

Kirstie Bedford talks to industry leaders about the divided issue of self-containment
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Inspiring Travel

Top tips for enhancing your story through imagery.
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Seven Wonders

In this special destination feature, we shine the ‘spotlight’ on a ‘magnificent seven’ regions in NSW’s New England High Country
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Retail Therapy

Everything you need to know to accessorise your motorhome
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Transmit Van

From a phone to an HF radio there is no end of communications methods to keep you in touch with civilisation from your home on wheels. That’s of course, should you wish to
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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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All in the Family

When families go travelling, there are a few extra boxes to tick to keep everyone in the car smiling – and keep it affordable too.
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Seeing Red

Make time around the Robinvale Rally to take in the forests of red gum splendour
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Wild at Heart

Explore the Kimberley with a Discovery One cruise
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Wonderful Wanderlust

Everyone dreams of escaping, of ditching the workday routine and living every day like it’s the weekend. The great news is leaving behind the 9-to-5 grind and embracing an off-the-grid nomadic lifestyle may be easier than you think.
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Like a Pro

The Wanderer is your mag and we want to showcase your epic adventures as you travel around this fabulous country of ours...
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It's Out There

Outback NSW is cooler than you think
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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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Helping Hands

Rural Aid’s Farm Army helps farmers ‘doing it tough’ in rural Australia
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What to do When You Can't Get Away

You’ve been waiting all year for the big family getaway. The gear is ready, expectations are high, the kids (and you) are excited, but then the boss says you can’t have the time off work. What do you do? You holiday close to home.
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Line in the Sand

Surveyor Len Beadell gave us a legacy that changed the map of Australia and ultimately the face of Australian travel. Here’s just a part of an amazing history yarn
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Safety Talks

An important message about the use of UHF radios to communicate with heavy vehicles and road pilots
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Dump Point Etiquette

Cleaning up some grey – and black – matters on RV waste water disposal
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A Dozen Volts

'It’s convenient that many devices can now be charged via a standard USB 5V outlet, reducing the number of chargers that have to be carried; just the specific leads.'
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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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Rules and Regulations

We delve into the complex and controversial issue of regulation and ask what is being done to bring the RV industry into line
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Mystery Ship in the Western Australian Outback

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KEA TRACKS

To escape to the great outdoors and drive away from routine is one of life’s great joys. For some, the chance to get away has become increasingly irregular
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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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Around the Twist

Take a look at a selection of some of weird and wonderful lighthouses located across Australia.
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Relative Thinking

Undoubtedly, the European light commercial vehicle manufacturers have continued to supply the majority of the base vehicles in the small- to mid-sized motorhome market.
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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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An Old Master

Nature’s brush strokes adorn The Painted Desert
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Up and Down the Yass Valley

Yass Valley is a region growing at about three percent annually, with a community spirit kept alive by locals stopping in the streets to chat and enjoy the immense space and beautiful, clean air the area has to offer.
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Forgotten Shores

It often pays to take a closer look at some of those spots you thought you knew
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The Great Outdoors

With its historic rail trails, endless beaches and scenic lake systems, East Gippsland offers outdoor adventurers a bounty of riches to explore
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A Chat With the (Former) Boss

Retired CMCA CEO John Osborne and his wife Lee spill the beans about life on the road after leaving John’s post at CMCA
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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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Dutch Courage

A tale that involves two ships from Amsterdam
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Dust Busting

Sick of dust entering your van? We provide some top tips for cleaner arrivals in the dirtiest conditions.
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Lightbulb Moment

When it comes to innovation, it’s often the simple ideas that count.
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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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Life Has It's Ups and Downs

But don’t let that get in the way of adventure
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Three's Company

KEA think that 7m (23ft) of motorhome length is the best of both worlds from both a driving and living perspective.
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Solar Flare

South Australia’s remarkable renewables success story
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Lightening the Load

Colin Kerr explains how you can help lighten the load for busy national park rangers
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Beginners' Essential Guide to Driving a Campervan

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History and Heritage

Australia’s unique settler and gold rush history make for some fascinating stories, and Aussies are lucky enough to be able to visit many preserved sites, ghost towns and relics of our past.
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Behind the Scenes

Jacki Weaver, Middleton, movies and me during a nine-week trip to the Kimberley in search of artistic inspiration.
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The Right RV For Me

Decisions, decisions — there are so many things to consider when choosing the perfect RV to suit your life on the road
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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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Join the Fray

For two days each year, this quiet WA town echoes with the clash of swords and bloody screams at the annual Medieval Carnivale
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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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The Real Spring

Citrus sculptures, festival feasts, and gardens galore – Griffith celebrates the arrival of spring in style
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Maintenance on Your Motorhome

The team at KEA provide practical tips to ensure you are well-prepared before you hit the road
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Getting to Know the Solos'

The friendly mob!
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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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Top Touring Haunts

KEA Tracks reveal a few special treasures that will appear to travellers for a variety of reasons
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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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Diamantina - A sparkly Gem

The iconic Queensland outback town of Birdsville is famous for its races and remote music festival, but there are plenty of other attractions – and personalities – that make this a year-round destination
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Round the World in a Motorhome

Thinking about an overseas jaunt in a motorhome? Make sure you’re prepared for your foreign road trip with these handy tips and tricks
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Safety First

Lessen the risk of an RV fire by following these simple steps.
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A Feel for the Future

We take a sneak peek into the future of RVs as seen by industry leaders
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A Seat at the Camp Table

Ali Millar gives her verdict on a light-weight camp chair.
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Off the Beaten Track

Getting off the beaten track is something that can easily be done in Australia
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A Land Lost in Time

A Land Lost in Time
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Maintaining Your RV

Malcolm Street looks at what you should, and shouldn’t do, to maintain your RV
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Time to Evacuate

Emptying your toilet waste is never fun, but here’s everything you need to know to do it safely, legally and without any splashback.
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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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A Motorhome Tour Abroad

Motorhome tours are a great way to explore a new country, try a new motorhome and let someone else take care of the planning
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Travelling With Pets

Top spots to stay if travelling with your furry (or feathered) BFF along the coastal route from Sydney to Cairns
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Powering Up

Batteries, chargers and related systems
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Wet Suits

We are lucky in Australia to be able to get so close to all sorts of marine mammals, from dugongs to giant whales
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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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Backtrack to the Outback

The Kidman Way is a remote journey stepped in culture and heritage inspired by legendary cattle king Sir Sidney Kidman
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Conversions Changing Lives

Converting a bus or luxury coach can make all the difference to your life, in more ways than one, as Graeme Kemlo found out
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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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Just Chillin

Winter is a funny time in Australia for the motorhoming fraternity...
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Bush Babies

Providing valuable sanctuary for Australian wildlife in your own backyard. Literally, in these cases
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Tropical Paradise

Hinchinbrook is a nature lover's dream just waiting to be discovered...
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Charge It

A little forward planning can help avoid the dreaded overnight flat battery.
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Divine Diversity

Victoria’s Baw Baw Shire offers a cross-section of regional delights thanks to the thriving arts and foodie centre at Yarragon while the nature-centric townships of Erica and Rawson offer a slice of remote relaxation
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Thrifty Feeds

Ali Millar looks at ways to cut food costs on the road
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Living in and Designing Small Spaces

There are always going to be compromises when designing a new RV.
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Go Fish, and Multiply

The pursuit of the double and triple hook up is not just a numbers game
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Share the Dream

David Woodrow explains the benefits of a jointly-purchased motorhome
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The Highway or the Byway

KEA Tracks retraces the route along the old Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne
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Mayhem on the Todd

Experience the chaos of this Central Australian nautical event – with very little water to be seen
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Smooth Running RVs

Con Tsobanopoulos of leading RV insurer Ken Tame explains how to keep your RV in top condition
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Easter Eggstravaganzas!

Easter Eggstravaganzas!
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Can We Do More With Less?

Just stepping outside Australia and taking a brief world view, there have been some quite different approaches to motorhome layout designs...
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Events Management

We at KEA are aware that CMCA members have a variety of methods for planning their travel around Australia.
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Out of Africa - and Into Dubbo

KEA visited Toronga Western Plains Zoo and discovered it's not just for the grandkids
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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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Need to Knows Before You Buy

Make sure you are armed with all the knowledge you need before you buy a new or second-hand motorhome.
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Safeguarding Your Vehicle

With vehicle theft on the rise, Con Tsobanopoulos from Ken Tame discusses what you can do to minimise your risk.
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Coastal Travels

Being beside the seaside is probably easier in Australia than anywhere else, and most of us don’t need to go far to see the sea; here’s how to be a beach bum.
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Taking Flight

Love our feathered friends? Enjoy a journey around Australia’s birdwatching outposts
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Freedom Camping Under Attack

Regulators tighten controls to further erode options for our freedom camping lifestyle
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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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It's a Long Way to This Shop if you Want a Sausage Roll

Out the back of beyond is a bakery that’s only open for six weeks each year — but it’s worth the drive.
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Woods Not Just For the Trees

Tasmania’s forests are in need of a hug
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Budget Beaters

Here’s how to tighten the purse strings while touring the ‘Land of Oz’
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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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Mass Attack

Part one of our guide to keeping your personal payload under its gross limit: weight loss
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Celebrating Australian Country Music

Work some country music into a summertime trip with a visit to Tamworth in January for the annual Tamworth Country Music Festival, from 14 to 23 January 2022.
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Conserving the Coastal Dream

How four WA shires banded together to preserve the great Aussie RV coastal dream
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Minimalist Lifestyle

Dale Trevor provides proven cost-cutting techniques while on the road
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Motorhome Legends

NSW’s Shoalhaven Heads has played host to a diverse range of the country’s best motorhomes at The Wanderer’s inaugural ‘Motorhome Legends’ event
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Top 10 Camping Tips

Follow these top tips to make your next getaway in your campervan, motorhome, caravan or camper trailer the most enjoyable yet.
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When the Dust Settles

Drive with care, caution and courtesy when sharing the road with Australia’s mighty trucking fleet.
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Colour and Movement

A bright display of salad and a walk works wonders in the pursuit of better health
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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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How to be a Grey Nomad

It takes more than simply hitting the road in an RV to perfect the fine art of being a Grey Nomad, as Rod Lee explains
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Best of Bundy

Bundaberg North Burnett Tourism gives its top four local secrets for visiting Bundaberg
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The Top Ten CMCA New Year Resolutions (and how to acheive them!)

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Talk It Out

Not everybody can afford a brand-new motorhome, but there is always the secondhand market with plenty on offer.
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Dancing in the Streets

Cobar is already a vibrant mining town in central New South Wales, but for a few days in early April it really comes alive with the sounds and colours of the 1950s, 60s and 70s
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Try Before You Buy

Ease your way into the motorhome market – eyes wide open – with a rental
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Considerate RVing

Tips and hints for maintaining etiquette while travelling in your campervan, motorhome, caravan, and camper trailer.
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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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Outback Traveller's Guide to Waving

When travelling in a campervan, motorhome, caravan or RV, there are certain rules and protocols in place when it comes to waving on outback roads and highways.
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The Numbers on Safety

It’s a good idea to keep valuables out of sight when away from your motorhome
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Life Hacks on the Road

A wonderful part of travelling is the opportunity to meet new people and gather information on where to go and what to do...So, here are some hot tips The Wanderer team gathered while embarking on a half lap around Australia.
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Over There

There’s nothing quite like an overseas trip when it can be done in our favourite mode of travel
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Moving House

We’re going to take a slightly whimsical look around the world of motorhomes, in particular old and unusual ones.
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'Ause-Safare'

Community Service Program
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Step Back Into The History Of New South Wales

Australians are proud of our complex and colourful history, and New South Wales is dotted with towns and sites with stories to tell. So, let’s take a look at four regions across the state where you can step back in time.
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My Lucky Day

'Well the travel bug has bitten me once again and I do not want to grow old sitting here stagnating.'
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Mastering the Frame Game

Today virtually everyone with a smart phone or tablet can be a quite proficient travel photographer.
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Rally Drivers

A closer look at the Robinvale Rally
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Aliens in an Alien Landscape

Australia is home to some strange creatures but some are unwelcome strangers, too
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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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Joey Wombat Rescue

My wife and I visited wildlife carers Andrea and Eric who are situated just below the Cathedral Mountain Range...
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Choices, Choices

Freedom of choice camping from a member’s perspective; as a member, that’s you
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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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Second-hand News

A rental motorhome (or camper) has an interesting life cycle.
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The Living Desert

The thing about deserts is, they’re never really deserted.
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Across the Tasman

In their earlier years, much of the KEA motorhome fleet was based on the Ford Transit, both van and cab-chassis but now in Australia they use Mercedes-Benz Sprinters for their two-, four- and six-berth motorhomes..
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Tapping Into Tech

REDARC’S new smart technology puts the control of your RV in the palm of your hands
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In Deep

Exploring Queensland’s Channel Country
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Dreamtime Travels

One of the many advantages of the RV lifestyle is the chance to travel with a plan that will reward you many times over.
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Geocaching

Geocaching has become a worldwide treasure hunt and is one of the fastest growing, recreational social media activities in Australia...
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Darling River Run

Across the vast New South Wales dusty desert snakes the most famous of the state’s outback waterways, the Darling River.
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Meet Me in the Middle

Big things await those who travel halfway across Australia
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Where There's Hope

HOPE and environmentalism: how and why we should protect the environment
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Overseas Trends

Body construction in Australia tends to follow a couple of patterns...
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Passing it Forward

We look at how you can give regional communities a helping hand
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Hitting the High Country

Laura Gray offers some advice on how to enjoy RVing in Australia’s alpine region this winter
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Brakes on for the Best Bakeries

The team at Lifestyle holiday parks, Discovery Parks, has come up with its top five bakeries on some of Australia’s most popular road trips – and who wouldn’t want to stop for a bite at a great Aussie bakery.
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Clean Up Australia Day