Whoa, the interior layout is totally different than those Sprinter motorhomes in the US.
It looks imposing, but when the back deck folds out – pure luxury!
The most thrifty of gypsy wagon builders, he and his wife find unused materials and bring them together in spectacular fashion.
This website helps Australian travelers find places to camp in other’s backyards.
This Australian-designed 4×4 camper proved itself in the Outback, and it looks ready to tackle anywhere else.
The wouldn’t miss this important Australian RV rally for anything!
Xcentrix is an Australian company that converts regular mini vans into family-focused adventure vehicles.
Ready to get way off the beaten path with your best gear? Go down under to see how the Aussies do it with the new Patriot TH610 off-road pop-up camper.
This bus renovation started out simple, then they took it down to bare metal.
Complete with a chimney, mailbox, and a stained glass window, this tiny RV rides piggyback on a Toyota Prius.