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Kakadu National Park and why you should visit!

Kakadu National Park is huge! It covers almost 20,000km2 being just a fraction smaller than the country of Wales and has been listed as a world heritage listed site for both its outstanding natural and cultural values. You can find further details about Kakadu National Park from the air, in particular, here in this blog. […]

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Katherine and Nitmiluk National Park

Following on from our Top End series of blogs, we know a lot of our ‘Gallivanters’ like to visit Katherine and the nearby Nitmiluk National Park, home of the picturesque Katherine Gorge. While Katherine is only 3.5 hours south of Darwin (320 km), in the most part it will take you much longer, as most […]

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Mt Bundy Station – a perfect nights stop over

If you are following our Top End travel route, you’ll want to make sure you include an overnight stay at the historic station, where the tropics and Outback meet. Mt Bundy Station is set on the banks of the Adelaide River and is just over an hour drive south of Darwin. We use this station […]

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Litchfield National Park

If you find yourself touring around the Top End of Australia in a motorhome hire, then make sure you stop by and check out Litchfield National Park. The best time of year to visit this region in your motorhome is somewhere between May and September. This is considered the dry season, so all attractions should […]

Barron Falls, Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, QLD

Top 10 things to do while in Cairns

Considered to be Australia’s gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the world heritage listed Daintree Rainforest, it is no wonder that Cairns is a tourist hotspot. With a modest population of just over 150,000, it is Queensland’s 5th most populated city. Cairns is popular as it lies in a stunning location with picturesque beaches, […]

Do you need a satellite phone to explore outback Australia

If you are planning to explore down under, then you may be considering the need for a satellite phone. There is a somewhat simple answer to this, and 9 times out of 10 for a standard motorhome hire, we’d suggest you don’t need one. It really does depend on the type of trip you are […]

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South western Australia Road Trip – Part 2

Last week we published Part 1 of our exciting journey around the south western corner of Western Australia. In this part, we carry on exploring and come back round to end up in the beautiful metropolitan city of Perth. You can read our Part 1 here. Heading back down to the coast, they also visited […]

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South western Australia Road Trip – Part 1

The south west of WA, breathtaking beauty of rugged coastline and forest scenery, a hotspot for once in a lifetime experiences and a hub of activity – this part of Western Australia is a treasure to discover and a memory to last you a lifetime. Before we set off on our Perth to Darwin tour, […]

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Rottnest Island – day trip from Perth

If you are planning on spending a few days in Perth and the surrounding area either before you pick up your motorhome or perhaps even after you’ve dropped your motorhome off, then we have a great recommendation for you! If you are currently looking for motorhomes to hire, then check out our range of vehicles […]

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Best mobile phone coverage in Australia – staying connected!

With the latest technological advancements in the mobile phone market, you might find it useful to know which network operators have the best mobile phone coverage in Australia. Whether you’re an Australian or visiting from overseas, you’ll need to find out what is the best for you and your existing mobile phone plan – this […]