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Get Ready for the National 4X4 Outdoors Show

The National 4X4 Outdoors Show is back for another year on 18–20 March 2022. This year will see Hema Maps and Camper Australia presenting, plus the winners of Camper Trailer of the Year 2021.

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Beached & Barefoot

Beaches are an integral part of the Aussie identity. But with so many, particularly in the Top End of the Sunshine State, where should you consider?

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Rediscovering Our Own Backyard

It’s time to get excited about the very real prospect of embarking on an Australian camping adventure.

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Travel Planning For Late 2020

The new year has thrown everyone's travel plans into disorder. Time to take back the reins and plan ahead.

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Rooftop Tent Guide: Elevate your Game

Rooftop tents are a popular way to increase campsite comfort, but there’s a lot to consider before you climb that ladder.

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Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, Ningaloo Reef. PICTURE CREDIT: Tourism Western  Australia/David Kirkland

Top 10 Stargazing Destinations in Australia

Camper brings you the 10 Aussie destinations where the stars shine the brightest. These places remove you from light pollution and throw you deep into the outback, so you’ll have plenty of offroading and sightseeing to occupy you during the day, too.

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Cordless Tools You Need While Camping

Ever feel like you’ve left something important at home? It was your cordless appliances. Camper runs you through a few pieces of handy cordless kit and the unique ways in which it can be applied to make camping a little bit easier.

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Minimalist Camping

Camping minimalism or Zen camping, we take a look at whether paring back the inventory is as fulfilling as having the comforts of a camper at your disposal.

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Call of the Wild: Mackay Highlands

Encounter rare wildlife, cheap camping and chilled waterholes in the Mackay Highlands, the perfect destination to unwind.

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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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