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We’ve been getting lots of interest and questions about the campervan we’re renting down here in Australia, so come on in for a tour! It may be compact, but the space is perfectly usable and the smaller size lets us fit just about anywhere, even in most parking spaces.
Lots of things are different than we’re used to, but we found it easy to adapt. One thing that’s very helpful is that the vast majority of rigs have one thing in common: modest holding tank capacities. The reason that’s helpful is because caravan parks (that’s Aussie for “RV parks”) provide infrastructure to support that. Virtually every park has bathrooms with nice clean showers… along with “camp kitchens” to allow campers to cook meals without using water or filling their grey tanks.
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