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Tips For Driving An Off-road Caravan

What Are Some Tips For Driving An Off-road Caravan?

Is this your first time driving an off-road caravan? Do you need some handy tips to help you out? Well, you came to the right place! In this article, we’ll be giving you some helpful tips on how to drive an off-road caravan from basic driving tips to how to drive your off-road caravan on different terrain.

Basic Driving Tips

Of course, we have to start off with the basic tips you should keep in mind when you are driving your off-road caravan. Here are some examples:1). Always Use Both Hands - Sometimes, it’s easy to take this rule for granted. However, it is a highly necessary rule especially for long hauls on outback tracks and roads. Make sure both your hands are o...
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Best Weekend Escapes Perth

6 Best Weekend Escapes From Perth

Do you want to escape the bustling and busy life for just one weekend? Are you in need of a quick getaway, but don’t know where to go? Well, say no more, because we've got you covered! Here are 6 of the best weekend getaways from Perth, ranging from rolling hills filled with wineries and natural wonders to picturesque beaches and glistening ocean waters.  

1). Ferguson Valley

Ferguson Valley is just outside Perth and is located 30-minutes away from Bunbury. Here, you can not only find lush hills and magnificent Jarrah trees (you can even visit the 300-year-old King Jarrah tree!) but a selection of wineries, cafes, and galleries galore....
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Shark Bay What To See

Shark Bay – What To See And How To Stay Safe!

Are you a globe-trotting soul who loves to explore new places and live the life of the locals wherever you happen to go? Do you feel at home when you are camping or caravanning and living the outdoor dream to the fullest?If we have just described you perfectly then a trip to Shark Bay is right up your alley!With a wealth of things to do and places to see, as well as proudly having World Heritage status, this is a destination that would be hard to disappoint even the most fussy traveller!In fact, allow us to tell you about a few of the best things to do when you are staying in this wonderful part of the world, as well as tips to keep you safe while you are there. Here's what we are going to discuss:
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Interesting Facts About Western Australia

Some Interesting Facts About Western Australia

Western Australia is a state in the western part of Australia that is bordered by the Southern Ocean and the Great Australian Bight to the south, the Indian Ocean to the west and north, South Australia to the south-east and the Northern Territory to the north-east.Western Australia is the largest state in the country and is widely referred to using its initials, WA. The entire landmass of the state covers approximately 2.5 million square kilometres.However, most of this region is sparsely populated with most people living in the south-west part of the state. WA has a population of roughly 2.7 million residents.


The known history of WA dates back to 1616 when a Dutch explorer called Dirk Hartog first visited the region.Later on, in the early 1800s, the first Europea...
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5 Dog-Friendly Camping Spots Western Australia

The Top 5 Dog-Friendly Camping Spots In Western Australia

Are you planning to go camping this weekend in Western Australia with your pooch? Do you know of any dog-friendly camping spots?Camping is one of the best ways to get away for the weekend without spending a small fortune on accommodation - unless you are a pet owner. It's a fact that most campsites in WA don't allow you to go camping with your pet.This might be for the comfort and protection of other guests and the native wildlife. However, there are a few spots in WA that let you camp with your dog.This article provides information on 5 of the top dog-friendly camping spots in Western Australia.1. RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park 2. Big Brook Arboretum...
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