Caravan Industry Association of Australia’s annual ‘Road to a Million Campaign’ is officially in full swing, starting tomorrow in partnership with Channel 7’s Sunrise, popular host Katie Brown sets off on a road trip exploring some of the nation’s most exceptional holiday parks.
Ecotourism Australia and Caravan Industry Association of Australia have agreed to collaborate to create a pathway to sustainability for caravanning and camping tourism enterprises in Australia through Ecotourism Australia’s Strive 4 Sustainability Scorecard. Launching in late 2022, the Sustainable Tourism pathway program supports the tourism industry and the tourism supply to address the four pillars […]
For the next 5 weeks over 37 million printed papers will put camping front of mind
TASMAN HOLIDAY PARKS COMPLETES $65 MILLION IN ACQUISITIONS WITH FIRST MOVE INTO VICTORIA
Our marketing experts have analysed the impacts of current affairs on the caravanning and camping industry.
One caravanning accident is one too many! There are over 750,000 registered recreational vehicles in Australia, and with many nomads looking to head north as the seasons change, now is an important time to bring road safety front of mind. In line with other initiatives during National Road Safety Week for 2021, Caravan Industry Association of Australia is taking action […]
This year’s Federal Budget focused on post-recession economic growth through tax incentives, business support packages, job creation mechanisms and project expenditure. Whilst the government’s budget was light on in specific tourism or manufacturing related funding, we are pleased to see announcements regarding insurance support in northern Australia, an extension to the Building Better Region Fund […]
Caravan Industry Association of Australia applauds the federal government for their announcement this morning of a $6 million extension to the Bass Strait Passenger Vehicle Equalisation Scheme (BSPVES) making it free for passengers to bring their car on the Spirit of Tasmania from March to June 2021. Those travelling with a caravan or motorhome will […]
With regional travel booming across much of Australia, the G’day Group today launches G’Day Parks – the nation’s largest community of independent parks. Rising from the impact of COVID-19, G’day Parks invites Aussies to “say G’day to more of Australia,” with more than 280 properties in the country’s most sought after destinations. Celebrating the launch, […]
A $170 million boost from caravan parks over school holidays for regional tourism, an indication of the important role campers can play in the country’s recovery.
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