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Official 4WD Touring Guide – Escape the Crowds at Crowdy Bay

September 30th, 2019 | Camping Blog, New South Wales Camping, NSW, Touring, Touring Guide

Crowdy Bay National Park The Crowdy Bay national park in the mid0-north coast of NSW offers it all for the avid camper and 4WDriver, with stunning campsites and great beach driving along with some incredible scenery. With a Trayon Camper you can take full advantage of this region in style and comfort. The Northern entrance […]

Googs Track Blog

August 31st, 2019 | Camping Blog, South Australia, Touring Guide

Googs Track in Western South Australia Introduction Outback Australia is a must-see destination for all Australians to see, but much of the outback is a long way for most of us to travel to. There is a place in South Australia that has many of the classic outback features such as the iconic red sand […]

Trayon vs Motorhome

August 31st, 2019 | Camping Blog, Tips

A 4WD motorhome opens up a world of travel options, but is it your best option? Most people looking for their perfect travel setup consider the motorhome as the top tier, and for some, it is. However, there are a range of other options which should also be considered. For example, the ute-based slide on […]

Carpe Diem – Are You Seizing the Day?

July 30th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Tips

Everyone has dreams. But if you are driven by the phrase “Carpe Diem“, those dreams become reality quickly. It means Seize The Day! Whether your dream is touring Australia in an off-road camping rig or traveling the world with a backpack, everyone has one at some point in their life. Dreams are what drive us. […]

11 Reasons To Own a Trayon Camper

May 28th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Touring Guide, Trayon Blog

In this story written by a Trayon Camper Owner, we hear about the travels of Trayon Camper #1076 named “Smokey”, in the words of its owner, Gary. It highlights 11 key reasons why Trayon is the way to go when looking at touring Australia from his perspective. Over to you, Gary…. Where the Adventure Began.. This […]

Fantastic Flinders Rangers – Off-road Guide

April 30th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Off Road Camper, South Australia, Touring Guide

The Flinders Ranges is an iconic destination that arguably doesn’t get the accolades that many other places in Australia get. However, this region is spectacular with magnificent landscapes, rugged mountains, deep and impressive gorges, creeks lined with River Red Gums and abundant wildlife. The Flinders Ranges stretches around 430kms from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna […]

Wonderful Wonnangatta Guide

March 30th, 2019 | Camping Blog, New South Wales Camping, Off Road, Off Road Camper

Wonnangatta Camping Guide The drive into (and out of) the Wonnangatta Valley is one of the iconic drives in the Victorian High Country with panoramic views traveling on many challenging 4WD tracks. There is plenty of historical sites to explore including cattleman’s huts on the high plains and the Wonnangatta Station site. The Station is […]

25 Years Of Trayon

March 30th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Slide on campers

25 Years Of Trayon in  South Australia March 2019 is a very big Milestone for Trayon Campers, and to explain why, we need to turn back the clock. Twenty-five years ago, it’s March 1994, and a new kid just moved on to the ‘slide on camper block’. For 50 years previous, the slide on camper […]

Kakadu Camping And Touring Guide

February 26th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Northern Australia, Slide on campers, Slide-on Articles, Touring Guide, Trayon Blog

Kakadu National Park Map Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest national park at almost 20,000 square km with world heritage listing and nearly 200,000 visitors annually. With the best camping and attractions at the end of 4WD tracks it is the perfect location to explore with your 4WD and Trayon Camper. Southern Kakadu The southernmost […]

Hay River Track Camping Guide

January 25th, 2019 | Camping Blog, Northern Territory, NT, Touring, Touring Guide

Hay River Track Camping Guide The Hay River Track map above outlines our journey, it runs for 350km from the Plenty Highway near Jervois Station to Poeppels Corner in the Simpson Desert. Jervois Station is approximately 300km from Alice Springs, and Poeppels Corner is about 170km from Birdsville. The track ventures through Atnetye Aboriginal Land […]