September is here, and it is time to get you caught up on the exciting Caravelair news!
This month we are going to introduce you to a fantastic Optional Extra we have added to our range, share with you a video showing how our caravans are made, and provide you with information about supplying power to your caravan.
We have lots of news and information to share with you every week, so make sure you follow us on Facebook so you don’t miss out on any exciting announcements (including this month’s Great Ticket Giveaway for the Sydney Caravan Camping Lifestyle Expo being held from 28-30 September)!
We hope you enjoy this month’s newsletter…and happy travels to you all!
Featured Product – Awning with Optional Tent
The Caravelair Team are excited to add the new Thule 5200 Awning with Optional Tent to our Optional Extras which we offer.
Its design and look match the contemporary style of our caravans and is better integrated on the vehicle sides.
The awning’s projection is up to 2.5m to increase your personal space, protecting you from the sun and rain.
In addition to the awning, there is also the option to purchase the Thule EasyLink Tent. The tent is ultra light and has been jointly designed by Thule and Aussie Traveller to best suit Australian conditions. It is made from a highly innovative lightweight tear resistant Riptop fabric.
How are Caravelair Caravans Made?
Caravelair have been producing caravans since 1962 and are number one in the French market for the supply of caravans; they are not only attractive and functional, but guarantee enjoyable family holidays with an excellent quality-price ratio.
Part of the Trigano Group, Caravelair caravans are manufactured at a 200,000m2 site located in the heart of the Rhone Valley vineyards in France.
On one of our recent visits, we were lucky enough to have a tour of their factory floor, and wanted to share with you the exciting and complex process which goes into making these great caravans.
Supplying Power to Your Caravan
You have many different options when it comes to how you supply power to your caravan, and understanding the electrical systems in your caravan is not always easy.
A few decades ago, nearly all the caravans which were on the roads in Australia had very simple electrical systems: 230V mains supply for a small amount of powerpoints and a simple lighting system.
Times have definitely changed!
Read our full blog post to find out what you should know about the different power options for your caravan
Upcoming Trade Shows
Sydney Caravan Camping Lifestyle Expo
When: 20 – 23 September 2018
Where: Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park NSW
Site No: 45
Central Coast 4WD, Caravan, Camping & Boat Show
When: 28 – 30 September 2018
Where: Mingara Recreation Club, Tumbi Umbi NSW
Site No: 96 & 97