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Camping and Caravanning Services Market in 2020 Trends, Standardization, Challenges Research, Key Players and Forecast to 2025

The latest Camping and Caravanning Services market report is a rich resource of top line data and analysis of factors driving the growth of this business sphere. It also encompasses a multitude of risk-averting plans to help businesses indulge themselves in opportunities that can turn in strong profits in the upcoming years. Moreover, the report encompasses verifiable projections for the market its and its sub-markets based on the past and current business setup.

Industry experts cite that Camping and Caravanning Services market is expected to accrue notable returns, registering a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period 2021-2026.

Moving ahead,

Caravanning News – DECEMBER 2020 edition

Readership: Up
to 32,000 monthly

readership stats

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DEC 12:
Caravan parks and campgrounds in low-lying areas of NSW’s Mid North Coast and Northern Rivers are bracing themselves for heavy rainfalls through to Monday, with the SES warning of possible flash flooding.

DEC 12:
Partnership between Victoria’s Central Goldfields Shire Council and Dunolly Caravan Park could see a public dump point established at the park for visitors and locals.


* Revolting
caravanner caught on camera pouring
sewage down sink at Queensland cafe
.. 29,035 people

Caravanner, 44, dies in crash on Queensland’s

Caravanning News – NOVEMBER 2020 edition

New logo Hunt for ‘disgusting’


A REVOLTING caravanner
has been caught pouring sewage down a sink at a Queensland cafe.
unbelievable behaviour was captured on a security camera outside Charchys
on Westside in Wood Street at Warwick in the state’s south-east.
Owner Adam Nesbitt told Caravanning News: “Some disgusting
individual emptied their caravan toilet cassette into our cleaning sink at
the rear of our shop and left it for us to clean up. But unknown to him
his every move was caught by our security camera. We hope someone will

Caravanning News – OCTOBER 2020 edition

Readership: Up
to 32,000 monthly

Facebook figures

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OCT 21:
Police in South Australia are investigating the theft of a Jayco Swan camper trailer, rego S784TBF, from Tailem Bend.

OCT 21:
Victorian Government informs caravan dealers they can continue the “click and collect” method of contactless RV sales, but inspections and demonstrations not permitted.


* Tiaro rest area assault
victim airlifted to hospital

people reached.

* Warning on misleading compliance plates
… 28,383 people reached.

* Tough new laws for heavy-vehicle rest areas … 15,255
people reached.

* Cops hunt caravanner who lost

Caravanning News – SEPTEMBER 2020 edition

More than 50 factories remain silent

Lockdown extended for nation’s biggest RV
manufacturing hub

By Dennis Amor

VICTORIA’S caravan
manufacturing hub, which produces 90 percent of Australia’s RVs, must
remain closed for two extra weeks.
The news comes after State Premier
Daniel Andrews yesterday announced the extension to the September 13 COVID
stage 4 restrictions. More than 50 RV factories fell silent a month ago
after lockdown restrictions were introduced in the face of the worsening
pandemic. Caravan Industry Association of Australia chief executive Stuart
Lamont told Caravanning News today that the new roadmap meant the
Victorian caravan trade industry,