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Victorian High Country with Kimberley Kamper

It’s a brand we’ve admired for a long time...

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Eat, sleep and chill the Wicked way

Wicked Campers has been renting out campervans for over 20 years. We checked out their updated vehicle range and were lucky enough to borrow one for our own outback adventure.

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Rooftop tent review: Exceed RT Tourer

People say that good things come in small packages — how does the RT Tourer from Exceed stack up?

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Camper review: Little Guy Rough Rider

Compact and straightforward, the Little Guy Rough Rider is a cosy cubby on wheels that can be towed by just about anything and anyone. Camping has rarely been more accessible.

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Hard Korr Campers HKC-4000X

From the Cape to the Kimberley, the HKC-4000X from Hard Korr Campers gives you the confidence to conquer these iconic destinations.

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James Baroud Evasion Evolution

Light, quick and easy on the eyes, the James Baroud Evasion Evolution presents an offroad-ready rooftop tent that will entice adventurers

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Isuzu D-Max Tow Test

The latest Isuzu D-MAX takes an already impressive tow vehicle to new levels of safety and performance.

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Wedgetail Hawk

The uniquely versatile Wedgetail Hawk can be assembled to your specs, making a compact package with everything you need and nothing you don't

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Offline Raker

Designed for families, the Offline Raker has almost as much space and features as you'd expect in a hybrid, without sacrificing toughness and mobility

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Camper Trailer of the Year 2021: Patriot X1

Years of refinement and upgrades have served to make Patriot’s X1 a consistent top performer and popular camper

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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Cub Campers Frontier Reviewed

Cub Campers are a mainstay in Aussie manufacturing, but after 50 years do they still have what it takes?

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