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2018 BAV: JB Marlin

A budget-friendly tourer with room for a couple of kids, the JB Marlin both delighted and confounded our judges at 2018 Best Aussie Vans

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2018 BAV: Legend Kick Back

Past winner Legend Caravans continues its commitment to innovation and style in this true offroader with a ‘Home Beautiful’ disposition

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2018 BAV: Coromal Pioneer 6325 XC

A quality build with winning Innovation, the Pioneer Evolution XC is a future classic manufactured locally with modern comfort and real offroad ability

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2018 BAV: Zone RV Offroad Summit Series

Back for another crack at the top prize, Zone RV’s entry may be the most expensive van we've seen but our judges find there's plenty of value too at the 2018 BAV.

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2018 BAV: Wonderland XTR 1906

We were blown away by the Wonderland XTR 1906 when we reviewed it earlier this year, so we had to have one at AL-KO’s Best Aussie Vans. Luckily the company was keen to showcase its latest example, now with something extra

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Big Skies Festival

Just three hours outside of Brisbane, visitors will find a slice of modern country living and a vibrant Australian music festival that draws all walks of life to this regional community.

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Coronet RV STR-6400

Family comes first in the triple bunk Coronet RV STR-6400

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Do your homework

Potential buyers need to be ultra-diligent when selecting a new caravan.

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DIY folding picnic table

A folding picnic table can make life a little more enjoyable on the road at meal times. Here's how to fit one.

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Survive the drive

Camping holidays with kids can be lots of fun: messy, chaotic, outdoorsy fun! However, there are some things to keep in mind before taking off on your trip.

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2018 BAV: Phoenix Sunland

After missing last year's event, Sunland is back, like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, for another shot at the title of the Best Aussie Van 2018

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On the silo trail

Painted silos are all the rage these days, and they're well worth hitting Australia's grain belt for a visit

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