Caravan Owners Groups – March 2022

New to Caravanning? Do you have questions to ask? If your brand of caravan is featured in our Owners Group News, why not apply to join. This is all about Caravanners helping Caravanners. Compiled by Alison Huth, Editor at Large alison@whatsupdownunder.com.au

 

Leader and Supreme Caravan Owners Group

Ange n Clint posted: Yesterday’s project. Turned the generator draw into Weber Q slide. Built a stand for the Weber and it works a treat.

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Camping, Caravanning & 4×4 Touring Around Australia

Daniel posted: WA – YOU BEAUTY!!!! Opening up from 12:01am on Thursday, 3rd March 2022 to eligible citizens! WA WE ARE COMING FOR YOU!!!!!!

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The Gibb River Road and Kimberley Region

Phillipa posted: The beginning of the GRR. Really good rain up here the rivers are full.

Ian replied: Similar views on our eastern end, vibrant green and water running everywhere – it’s an awesome wet this year. – Although I do notice a closed road sign here! Alison.

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Caravanning and Camping Chicks

Leanne posted: What a superb idea.

I’ve done a bit of checking and the Ute is a Ridgeline by Honda USA, which isn’t available in Australia. So, I reckon the tents are from USA. Alison

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Crusader Caravan Owners Group of Australia

Grant posted: Retrofit of a thermometer for our Weber Baby Q (Used a Jumbuck BBQ replacement thermometer from Bunnings $10, drilled a hole in the Weber lid) 10 minutes. And it still fits in the tunnel boot with the lid on.

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Spinifex Caravan Owners

Manual posted: Diesel heater wouldn’t run properly. Bloody wasps clogged up the exhaust pipe. There has got to be 50 spiders that came out of it.

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