Gday All,I was just wondering if anyone has any experience with the RV (5 seat)
From 1 April 2016 international and interstate visitors to Kakadu National Park
Welcome home John & Val. An excellent series of posts. I have follow
hi, we are after help.We want a ladder for our bunks in our new van. We opted to
Due to an impending loss of our livelihood and business, my wife, m
This is my first post here so hello from SE-QLD :)
I'm due for a new c
Thanks Megan - your input confirmed my suspicions about sat phones.
You lucky, lucky bastard! Nice to see you survived all the hardships
Old thread is here => http://www.exploroz.com/Forum/Topic/27498/clampton_west
I am toying with the idea to visit Carnarvon Gorge in mid May. From a
Good morning,Off to do the River run next month, I have brought a couple of yabb
Hi. Just looking for some feedback on travelling Australia, with my 8 yr old son
Hi allLooking for accomodiation at Coffs Harbour/Surrounds. 4 Adults 1 Child 1 I
Hi every one thought i'd drop in and say hi as i've not been in the mood lately
My sister has a 2.5 and a 4 year old child and when travelling in the car for lo
My husband and I have a 2003 Nissan Patrol Wagon and are trying to find out whet
One of the more common interests amongst travellers is getting out the rods or t
A young couple left the church and arrived at the hotel where they Were spending
Hi,With our second child on the way, we're going to need to upsize from our Libe
G'Day all. Well I made it home alive. I have written a spiel about my adventu
We have an older style camper, it is an ACT around 1970, canvas roof (not the ha
The child bride, acting in her alter ego as the local Librarian, has asked me to
After a bit of advise from the more experienced travellers to central Australia.
After knocking over a wheely bin in the Troopy SWMBO says we have to get a rever
Had a smash in my 75 series troopy (no one hurt thank goodness) after watching a
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