Tag: Motorhome

August 1, 2017

The Wanderer | RV Design of the Future

Clayton Kearney, Managing Director for Horizon Motorhomes, knows a thing or two about manufacturing RVs, winning the Caravan and Camping Industry Association’s Manufacturer of the Year two years running. Horizon has been building motorhomes in Ballina in northern NSW for more than two decades and is constantly enhancing, developing and testing models in line with 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…

ACRV | The Simple Van Life | Banksia

If you could ask for only two things in your next campervan, I reckon you’d want them to be simplicity and elegance. With just those two traits, you get a mobile home that’s easy to use, unlikely to cause problems, good looking and comfortable. And that’s what the updated Horizon Banksia is all about. One read more…

June 6, 2017

iMotorhome | Surprise Appeal | Melaleuca Appeal

“Horizon Motorhomes has carved an enviable niche in the Australian motorhome market. It’s model range is exclusively van-conversion based and the company has built a loyal following, while its conversions have an enviable reputation for quality, durability and liveability… A large part of Horizon’s success has been its evolutionary model development. Rather than come up read more…

May 26, 2017

carsales.com.au | Horizon Launches new ‘Melaleuca Appeal’

The Melaleuca ‘Appeal’ is based on the Ballina, NSW-based campervan conversion specialists most popular Fiat based Melaleuca model with a number of less important features omitted to make it more affordable… As a result, the Appeal starts from $102,500 (drive away with manual transmission)-  $10,000 less than the standard Melaleuca’s $112,500 starting price. “In the read more…

February 11, 2017

Ballina Shire Advocate | Ballina Motorhome favourite in Europe

Thanks to the team at the Ballina Shire Advocate for their story on Horizon being named best motorhome base vehicle. EUROPE’S leading motorhome and caravanning magazine has named a Ballina-made vehicle as the best motorhome base vehicle. Horizon Motorhomes owner Clayton Kearney said they were proud of the recent honour from Promobil magazine, which praised Horizon’s read more…

March 1, 2016

The Horizon Motorhomes 4×4 Range | Video

Built into the Mercedes Benz Sprinter, the 4×4 range from award-winning Horizon Motorhomes provides you with an Off Road – Home Away From Home, and the freedom to explore. With 3 models to choose from – The Wattle, Acacia and Waratah, each of these layouts come with a spacious interior and a huge range of options including 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…

October 28, 2015

Wanderer | Horizon Motorhomes the Leaders in Built-In Motorhome Construction

The Wanderer Feature ‘Horizon Motorhomes the Leaders in Built-In Motorhome Construction. ‘It’s not hard to believe that Horizon Motorhomes, based in Ballina, Northern NSW are the leader of built-in motorhomes. Building within the original vehicle shell helps them deliver a fantastic touring recreational vehicle, which not only looks great, but is functional, fuel-efficient and safe. The design read more…

The Long Goodbye

September 2, 2015

iMotorhome Magazine | The Long Goodbye | Casuarina

“After three months on the iMotorhome driveway it was time to farewell our longterm Horizon Casuarina – Cassie. By sheer chance her return coincided with the opportunity to collect our very own Project Polly, and so a plan was hatched for a between-issues dash to Ballina to kill three birds with one stone. In her read more…