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September 2019


Patrick Dangerfield and family

Patrick Dangerfeld and family

CIAA 'excited' to be involved

Caravan industry backs TV's hit lifestyle show

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AUSTRALIA'S peak body for the caravanning industry says it is over the moon to be involved in television's second series of Mobile Living.

The lifestyle show, watched by over a million viewers nationally in May, is set to return early next year on the Seven network.

"The Caravan Industry Association of Australia is very excited to be involved," chief executive officer Stuart Lamont said.

"This is a fantastic way to showcase the great experiences you can have and memories you can create while caravanning and camping through well known Australian personalities who also love the lifestyle."

The first two episodes of the series, produced by Cameron Damon Media, followed AFL star Patrick Dangerfield and his family on their trip along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

And filming is already underway on eight new episodes which will air from next February.

This time, Mobile Living will spotlight the travelling lifestyles of household names and their families.

They include Home and Away actress Sam Frost, Olympic gold medalist Brooke Hanson, football commentator and Richmond FC legend Matthew Richardson and Fox FM host and Carlton FC star Brendan Fevola.

This time with a brand new addition to family

The Dangerfield family will return, but this time with a brand new addition to the family ... baby Felicity.

Mobile Living has also welcomed two new partners, Australia’s largest RV manufacturer Jayco and Ingenia Holidays.

Jayco founder Gerry Ryan said his company was committed to supporting the growth of Australia's caravan industry.

"Australia's love affair with caravanning is clear and we know that this holiday of choice is more popular than ever, with total number of trips up 8.5 percent on last year," he said.

"That's why it is important that Jayco continues to look for innovative ways to share the true essence of caravanning to Australians and how caravanning holidays create memories that last a lifetime.

"Shows like Mobile Living provide us with the opportunity to share the Jayco lifestyle to a new, wide-ranging audience across one of Australia's major television national networks."

Ingenia Communities chief operating officer Nikki Fisher said Ingenia Holidays was proud to accommodate the upcoming Mobile Living series at prime destinations along the Queensland coastline.

"Ingenia Holidays believes in creating long lasting memories in places where people can find a sense of joy and happiness in their visit ... whether a short stay, quick break or an adventure of a lifetime," she said.

"Our holiday parks in Noosa and Hervey Bay showcase an option to suit every holidaymaker no matter the season.

"Mobile Living will be a great example of the road tripping experience and the many activities on offer at Ingenia Holidays all year round."

Dometic Australia chief executive Brad Slater said it was more important than ever to showcase the caravan and camping lifestyle to new audiences.

"With fresh relatable hosts, the hope is they will speak to families and young people to get outside and experience everything our great industry has to offer," he said.


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