Travelling in Tasmania By Campervan

It’s no secret that campervans are one of the very best ways to explore a country. You can travel as much or as little as you like in a given day and always have a means of accommodation with you . One recent article tells of how a campervan is an ideal means of travel when exploring an island – namely Tasmania. Tasmania is a perfect place to travel in a campervan as it gives you a chance to explore the more remote parts of the island away from the towns and cities. You can read more on this story below –

Enjoying the autumn open road in Tasmania 

The major appeal of exploring Tasmania by campervan is that it opens up the island and makes every journey part of your holiday. There’s a laissez-faire attitude to bunking up by the roadside meaning you have the freedom to make anywhere and everywhere your home for the night. This flexibility means you can avoid the towns and cities, making the most of this geographical treasure chest while cutting down on travel time between destinations.



In other campervan news an abandoned VW camper that had been stolen was the cause of a major collision involving a MILK tanker and coach in North Yorkshire. You can read more on this story below

Dumped camper involved in crash 

A MILK tanker, coach and a stolen camper van were involved in a crash in North Yorkshire today.

The accident happened just before 6am and blocked the A171 between Whitby and Guisborough at Scaling Dam.

A National Express coach driver was trapped and rescued unhurt from his vehicle by firefighters, said police. The coach, heading towards Whitby, was not carrying any passengers.



For more campervan related stories and insurance news in general be sure to check the articles elsewhere on the site.


Latest News On Campervans From Across The Globe

It’s no secret that campervans hold a great appeal to many people. Even those who have never owned a campervan often say that travelling in a campervan is something they’d love to do. In fact so popular are campervans that in a recent survey carried out it was revealed that travelling around New Zealand in a campervan came in the top 30 things that Britons would want to do before they die. The survey shows how much appeal campervans hold for Britons and why so many people would like to own one. You can read more about this story below –

Campervan trip around NZ makes UK bucket list – New Zealand Herald
Campervan trip around NZ makes UK bucket listNew Zealand HeraldFile photo / Thinkstock. Travelling around New Zealand in a campervan has beaten a trip to Disney World and an audience with the Queen among the top 50 things Britons want to do before they die, a survey has found. The survey of 2000 adults in the …

In another recent story – ITV presenter Mary Nightingale tells of how she fell in love with campervan life after growing weary of travelling in the more typical way. Read more below –

Australia by campervan: Mary Nightingale’s big little drive down under – by campervan: Mary Nightingale’s big little drive down big selling point: a camper van. I’ll be honest – it took us a while to love it. The jet lag took the shine off our first few days; we were scratchy and tired and possibly a bit daunted by the reality after all the build-up. Oh, yes – and did I …




It’s usually the case that when somebody experiences what it’s like to travel in a campervan for the first time, they fall in love with it. There is a real appeal to being able to travel wherever you want in a country without having to worry about the stress of getting the airport on time, suffering jetlag etc. With a campervan you simply decide where you want to travel and then go there. You have your means of transport and accommodation all in one place. For related news stories be sure to check out the articles below.