May 2007 - Table of contents


May Edition of On The Road. Camping and caravanning, on sale now!!!

Including:

GREAT PLACES TO GO

Tasmania’s centre of heritage - Time has stood still in the village of Richmond, where families can find some old fashioned fun.
A prehistoric wonderland - Colin Kerr takes us to the Kimberley’s Windjana Gorge, where an ancient life is frozen in time.

CAMPSITE REPORTS

This month, we look at places to camp in:
  • Cottonwood Holiday Park - Moama, NSW.
  • Aussie Outback Oasis Cabin & Van Village - Charters Towers,Queensland
  • Boulder Accommodation Village, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia
  • Rifl e Creek Rest Area, Near Mt Molloy, Qld.

    CARAVANS & MOTORHOMES

    A touch of class.
    Designed and built in Australia, A’van’s Euro Star has the sophisticated touch of European caravans.

    GOOD GEAR & GADGETS

    Take a look at the new Fiat Ducato, a camera to strap to your wrist and a new swag for star-loving campers.

    CAMPERS’ TALES

  • The life of a Grey Nomad - There are many good reasons to live life on the road.
  • Junee’s haunted house - Pat Hayes sets out to prove that ghosts do exist...
  • Pearls for everyone - Jim and Cheryl Foster take a tour of a pearl farm near Broome and discover the pure beauty of lustrous pearls.
  • Celtic capers - Head to Glen Innes for this year’s Australian Celtic Festival.
  • and in The biggest shed John Fitzgerald has not one but two big sheds filled with really good stuff.

    and more......in this month's On the Road magazine.


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