On The Road - September 2000
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PLACES TO GO
SA soft adventure
A trip to Lincoln National Park is an easy adventure, say Pamela and Gordon May.
The beauty of the Bungles
and Prue Kerr show us around a place in the WA Outback we all dream of
visiting one day.
We visit some great campsites in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia this month.
53 Luxury touring in The Grange
flagship caravan, The Grange, offers elegance and space for people who
want to see Australia in style.
binoculars and a web site just for travellers are just two of the
interesting news items this month.
Curl up for a good read
We’ve found some great books to help plan your next holiday.
new videos provide expert information that will be of interest to both new
and experienced caravanners.
Easy walking for all
in the bush is cheap, fun and good for you. Three enthusiasts show us just
how easy it is.
real Olympics might be in Sydney but the people at these wacky bush events
will have the most fun.
Campsites to dream about
readers take us to three really special destinations that will get top
billing in everyone’s travel plans.
Visitor from space
Kerr visits one of Australia’s five meteorite crash sites.
Tasmania’s Huon gold
remarkable Huon pine is sought after for its fine grained timber and
wanderer Jack Absalom reveals the secrets tocooking up great meals in a
Nissan’s new Patrol
Silly names and sillier people
B. Kidd wonders just how far political correctness can go.
The Road readers
air their views on camping wild and the lack of access for campers with a
Win an Outback survival food pack
one of these $29.95 survival
ration packs will provide all the tasty food you need for 24-hours. We
have 25 to give away.
Aussie Cross Quiz