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Caravan and Motorhome On TourCaravan and Motorhome On Tour

Caravan and Motorhome On Tour

No. 270

CARAVAN AND MOTORHOME DIGITAL MAGAZINE + FULL LENGTH MOVIE! Caravan and Motorhome Magazine and DVD is the ultimate trip planner! We cover everything Rving - free camping hotspots, tips and secrets - incredible travel destinations - expert technical information - exclusive discounts on accomodation and attractions - and in-depth new van profiles. Every issue of Caravan and Motorhome comes with a free 45 minute movie to download or stream and watch on ANY DEVICE! Please note: While access to Caravan and Motorhome magazine is granted immediately after purchase, please allow up to 48 hours for the DVD to arrive in your account due to processing time.

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Australia
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Express Publications Pty Ltd
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so this is the end

With almost ten years of DVD’s, that to a large degree, followed in the footsteps of the Leyland Brothers, and pioneers who brought their passion and love of Australia so brilliantly to our TV screens.We used the people and places we visited in every state and territory in an open and realistic way to encourage RVers to not only learn about the great outdoors but the great outback as well. Our trips have taken viewers to Cape York, the Kimberley, the red heart of Australia and the many varied and fascinating places never taught about in school.It’s often the case that we label some trips as those you should put on your bucket list, but in reality, all of them fit into this category. What has inspired us is…

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remarkable renmark

Angove Family Winemakers, Renmark Renmark is 250km northeast of Adelaide and 150km west of Mildura. It’s the heart of the majestic riverland on the banks of the mighty Murray River. There’s so much to see, do and learn. A few days won’t be long enough to visit and enjoy what ‘river time’ (as the locals call it) is all about.Renmark has long been a must-see for grey nomads and is a great place from which to explore the wonderful Riverlands region. It suits everyone and every budget. What can you say about a desert wilderness that’s not only a magnet for RVers, but thanks to being the first irrigation settlement on the Murray, it’s become an agricultural powerhouse.Experience history of times gone by when the Murray was…

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don’t miss

• A paddle steamer ride aboard the PS Industry, Renmark• Ruston’s Roses, Renmark• Rose Festival, Renmark• Arrosto Coffee, Renmark• 23rd Street Distillery, Renmark• Almond Hut, Renmark• Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery, Murtho• Headings Cliff Lookout, Murtho• The Black Stump, Paringa• Cammies Antiques and Collectables, Paringa• Lotsa Pots, Renmark• Plushs Bend free camp• Berri• Martin’s Bend Reserve, Berri• Angove Family Winemakers, Renmark• Olivewood ■…

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how to get there

• Adelaide to Renmark 257km via National Highway A20• Melbourne to Renmark 679km via Calder Highway/A79• Canberra to Renmark 937km via Sturt Highway/A20• Sydney to Renmark 1153km via M31 and Sturt Highway/A20 ■…

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fred looks back over his time with caravan & motorhome

John Haberfield - Caravan & Motorhome director and DVD camera man Snowy River SR-15 It’s not easy to reflect on the fabulous people, places and experiences after a decade of life on the road, and to be honest, it’s like mixing vanilla and chocolate ice cream together and then trying to separate each one again! My first memory was from when I was working with the team over at our sister publication, 4WD Action magazine. I was asked to take part in a video scenario at HQ with two prospective professional presenters. As I recall, we were to discuss on camera what was happening in real estate. Having done my bit, I left the office, and as I was descending the stairs, someone called out…

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emerald jewel of the outback

After travelling for hundreds of kilometres through big sky country across the dry Gulf Savannah on dusty dirt roads, Boodjumulla National Park appears as a welcomed oasis in remote northwest outback Queensland. The entrance road weaves past angulated bluffs before making a dramatic entrance into the gorge through a gap in the Constance Range. This park features spectacular Lawn Hill Gorge and ancient fossils at nearby Riversleigh World Heritage Fossil Mammal Site. The beauty of Boodjamulla is stunning. Jade water flows gently between plunging ochre sandstone walls.Canoeing along it is mesmerising, and swimming in its waterfalls is thrilling. This a spectacular outback gem.As the traditional homeland of the Waanyi Aboriginal people who have inhabited the area for around 30,000 years, the park is called Boodjamulla, meaning Rainbow Serpent country.…

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