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Accessavan. Wheelchair accessible caravan

Ryn Shell

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October 20th, 2017 - 09:38 AM

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Accessavan. Wheelchair accessible caravan

I am back from the Leisurefest with photos and ideas to share.

Firstly, I want to show the one caravan that I am voting the BEST new caravan on the block.

This caravan is not for everyone but it services the need of a large section of the population. I am talking about, the ->

Accessavan. Wheelchair accessible caravans.

It is about time too.

The Accessible Caravans have been designed for people in wheelchairs by people in wheelchairs. I hope to see quite a few of these on the road, on our next Australian tour.

I’m very happy to ‘plug’ this product as I admire good design and fulfilment of need.

The accessavan has a fully accessible, wheel –in toilet/shower.

Their brochure says


There is a range of options including slide out ramps, hydrolic ramps and lifts.

Custom bed heights, custom made mattress.

Overbed ceiling hoists and hooks

Wide wheelchair turning area.

Folding tables and seats,

Handrails fitted everywhere.

Low bench heights.

Caravans built to your individual needs.

Phone (03)9407 1230

Visit the website for all the latest news, photo gallery, show and events where you can see this innovative well designed special needs caravan. www.accessavan.com.au

This was NOT a paid add or review by accessavan, I was genuinely impressed by the design and love helping get the information ‘out there’, that the nomad way f life is now accessible to even more people.

Near the Accessavan display is a caravan insurance advice van. Reg and I found it pays to shop around rather than just insuring your caravan with the firm recommended by the caravan salespeople. I like to find out as much as I can before speaking directly, face to face with insurance representatives.

We had a dream drive from Hervey Bay to Marlborough, Queensland, Australia today.

Here I am adding to the graffiti mural at the invitation of the Marlborough Hotel tonight. I'm adding my name to the internal walls of this country pub which has become my office for the evening.

Travellers can camp overnight in the hotel carpark for a modest cost.

I travel extensively to draw inspiration for my paintings and writing from life experience.
You will discover my Australian rural-lit novels at www.rural-lit.com

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