Stories from the Road

November 14, 2017

Kari On | From Cowra to Conargo

Moving towards Cowra the scenery was similar with open plains and hills looking quite barren but speckled with cattle or sheep and wheat fields. After passing through Cowra and heading for Young the scenery changed. Young, being the gateway to the Riverina, introduced the new sights of cherry Farms and orchards with fewer cattle and read more…

October 10, 2017

Kari On | Country Cruising

We headed out from Bilpin through the mountains and turned off to go through the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens (just beautiful early in the morning). Unfortunately, too early for the Information Centre, but Bella and I still had a lovely walk around. The dahlias were my favourite as they always remind me of Uncle George read more…

September 28, 2017

Kari On | Hitting the Road

I started my day almost like any other –  cleaning the bathroom and den; tidying up the courtyard after trimming and mowing yesterday. I then headed off to see my mother and say my goodbyes. She was in fine spirits and looking forward to renewing her own memories through my adventures. I had a lovely read more…

August 4, 2017

Destination | The Pinnacles

The Turquoise Coast is hailed as one of Australia’s best kept secrets and features the world famous Pinnacles Desert as part of Nambung National Park. The desert has an incredible diversity of unique fauna, living stromatolites, pristine beaches, excellent fishing and is in the middle of Western Rock Lobster fishery (yum!). The entrance is approximately read more…

July 11, 2017

Kari On | New Guest Blogger

Meet Kari. Four and a half years ago she bought her Horizon Motorhomes ‘Melaleuca’ (who she’s named Snowfall) and like so many of our Horizon ‘Women on the Road’, she too travels with her furry friend – a rescue dog named Bella. Originally from Bribie Island, she is about to turn 70 and has been read more…

June 9, 2017

Destination | Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay is a gorgeous seaside city in Queensland that has attracted travellers for well over a century. Boasting a warm climate and stunning waterways, it has a great mix of activities for everyone on both land and water. Hervey Bay is best known as home to the World Heritage listed Fraser Island and often read more…

May 19, 2017

Destination | Kangaroo Valley

Kangaroo Valley sits between the Cambewarra and Barrengarry mountains and is a two-hour drive from Sydney or Canberra. It has been hailed as one of Australia’s most beautiful valleys and boasts beautiful farms, unspoilt wilderness, a charming village and a tranquil river. The village dates back to 1870 and has a retained a charming country read more…

Destination | The Murray River

Horizon Motorhomes owner Nola, 65, from Geelong is a woman who travels solo on the road. Fourteen months ago she decided to purchase a ‘Banksia’ Horizon motorhome and start traveling around the country with her cat, Polly. Since then she has clocked over 21,000kms. Nola loves the freedom of being able to choose where and read more…

December 11, 2015

Gina | Life in her Casuarina

Horizon Motorhomes Casuarina owner Gina talks about her motorhome known as, ‘Rina’ and recent 3 month trip to the Flinders Ranges & ‘Red Centre’, giving us insight on her travels with two dogs and tips on buying a motorhome. The Casuarina copes well with having 2 small dogs on-board. Horizon fitted special latches to secure read more…

June 23, 2015

David Colless | Outback Adventures

Horizon Motorhome owner shares with us his journey across the Australian desert… Owner of a Horizon Motorhomes Acacia, David Colless has been documenting and sharing his outback adventures with us. He has been travelling across the Outback Way across the Great Victoria Desert. His Horizon Acacia has handled the 1100km of desert with ease, and even read more…