"How do we find work on the road?" is one of the most often asked questions that I get at my seminars. A bloke called Graham Vale has been tackling this for a while now, and the above link takes you to his upgraded website. The information and service provided there is free, so it's well worth a look.
Load your tinnie the easy way.
This link takes you to Aussie Caravan Repairs. We got them to do our caravan roof, and it worked. The leaks that had been plaguing us have gone away. And they cleaned the outside of our van better than we ever could, now it's white again instead of dull red.
Another great site to help you get work as you travel around. You can join up and have emails sent to you about work in your area, etc.
My favourite hitch. Had it for a couple of years on the Kedron, now I've got one on our new JB van.
The CRVA website - worth a look.
A mail redirection service which has all the bases covered. (Haven't tried it personally)
Another mail redirection service - also looks good. (Haven't tried it personally)
If you really want to find out what it's like off the beaten track (and I mean right off) check this out.
I get asked about customising buses, but haven't been down that path. However, these guys might be worth a look. They personalise vehicles to your exact specifications whether it be for leisure, travel or business.Your existing RV, or purchase one of theirs.
I provide video production services in south west WA, including the recording of funeral services.