Tag: iMotorhome

June 6, 2019

iMotorhome | Special Edition Melaleuca | June 2019

The team at BCMC are at the Queensland Caravan, Camping and Touring Supershow this weekend showcasing Horizon Motorhomes. The QLD Supershow showcases products from all of the leading brands and latest models of new caravans, motorhomes, camper trailers, tent trailers, fifth wheelers and other recreational products and accessories. To commemorate nearly 25 years of building read more…

May 12, 2017

iMotorhome | Celebrating Solo Women Travellers

Meet Nola. Nola, 65, from Geelong has been living on her own for 16 years. She has always had an adventurous spirit and 14 months ago decided to buy a Horizon Banksia motorhome, which she fondly nicknamed Fiona…. Related Tag: Buy Recreational Vehicles Read more here or click the image below:        

iMotorhome Little Wonder Melaleuca

September 15, 2016

iMotorhome | Little Wonder | Melaleuca

It’s little wonder Horizon Motorhomes’ Melaleuca is so popular… While many aspire to the largest, flashiest motorhome they can afford, there’s much to be said for small and compact, especially for single travellers. Horizon Motorhomes’ Melaleuca is perhaps the smallest motorhome available in Australia today yet it’s consistently one of its best sellers. Why? Because size isn’t everything… Horizon is a niche manufacturer read more…

October 26, 2015

iMotorhome Magazine | Horizon Cleans Up

Thanks to iMotorhome Magazine for the write up about our recent win at the NSW CCIA Awards! “Horizon Motorhomes owner and founder Clayton Kearney cleaned up this week at the 2015 Caravan, Camping, Industry Association (CCIA) and Manufacturing, Housing, Industry Association (MHIA) Awards of Excellence, taking home two separate awards. Best NSW Manufacturer and Best read more…

July 13, 2015

iMotorhomes Magazine | One Night Hardstand

One Night Hardstand iMotorhome Magazine recently wrote about their ongoing review of Horizon Motorhomes Casuarina. ‘The last two weeks have been quiet for our long term Horizon Motorhomes’ Casuarina (Cassie) due to the rushed arrival and reassignment of our own motorhome – Project Polly (see page 48). However, we did manage to sneak away for read more…