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DECEMBER 2021



 

 

BREAKING NEWS:

Litchfield ParkDEC 5:
New figures show that 10 new Central Valley campsites opened in August contributed to the NT's Litchfield National Park’s 168,000 visitors for the period from May to September this year.

DEC 4:
Crusader Caravans wins Excellence in Caravan & RV Manufacturing Award at the Caravan Industry Victoria Hall of Fame.

DEC 4:
WA gym owner in Perth, who was one of a syndicate's 55 women to share a whopping $80 million jackpot on the Lotto, plans to pay off her mortgage, buy a caravan and head off on a tour of the state. Border lockdown prevents her from travelling further.

DEC 4:
Two Cassowary Coast caravan parks in Queensland are on the market through Resort Brokers. The asking price for the 55-site August Moon Caravan Park is $2.95 million and $825,000 for the 30-site Flying Fish Point Tourist Park.

DEC 3:
Queensland paramedics called to scene of caravan blaze on Dularcha Drive at Landsborough. No serious injuries reported.

DEC 3:
Shares in holiday and lifestyle parks operator Ingenia will open at a three-month high of $6.02 on the Australian Stock Exchange today.

DEC 2:
A new campaign in WA is reminding campers and caravanners to always use portable gas appliances in the open air to avoid potentially lethal exposure to carbon monoxide. The State Government's energy safety regulator, Building and Energy, is sharing the Great Outdoors, Lethal Indoors message to encourage safe use of portable outdoor gas appliances such as barbecues, cookers, heaters and fridges. "They should never be used inside tents, caravans, campervans or other enclosed areas, even if the doors or windows are open," WA's Director of Energy Safety Saj Abdoolakhan said.

DEC 1:
Peer-to-peer caravan rental company Camplify receives $100,000 grant from NSW Government's Regional Job Creation Fund to set up a 10-staff customer service base in Muswellbrook.

DEC 1:
Victoria's East Gippsland Shire Council is seeking expressions of Interest for the operation, management and maintenance of its Marlo Ocean Views Caravan and Camping Park.

DEC 1:
Australia's largest builder of RVs Jayco is seeking more production workers for its Dandenong factory in Victoria as orders for new caravans swamp the industry.

DEC 1:
New 'Get Ready Queensland' cyclone video ‒ developed by Get Ready Queensland in partnership with the Bureau of Meteorology and aimed at highlighting the risks of extreme weather ‒ portrays the damage it can cause, including a caravan being blown away.

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