Welcome to KEA Helpful Guides

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Maybe you are thinking about buying your first motorhome or maybe you want to learn more about solar power systems?

Our helpful guides are here to help you buy and maintain your recreational vehicle, choose the right accessories and keep you informed about what is happening in the bustling motorhome industry. 

We've also prepared some travel inspiration for you to try with your family and friends together.

Happy reading!


KEA Discovery M660 Motorhome Review

KEA Discovery M660 Motorhome Review

Author: Kirstie Bedford

Date Posted: 9th October 2020

Clever design and easy-to-drive characteristics makes the KEA Discovery the perfect partner for extended road trips, writes Kirstie Bedford

Knowing how to power your motorhome

Knowing how to power your motorhome

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Understanding what kind of power you need to drive your motorhome and to operate all its features can be confusing. Here, we break it down into simplified way, so you know how ensure you stay charged up throughout your holiday.

How to Dispose of RV Waste

How to Dispose of RV Waste

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

‘Self-contained’ is a real buzzword in Recreational Vehicles circles these days. The ability to retain your grey and black water until it can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way is the Holy Grail for many. Grey water is the waste water from the kitchen sink, bathroom wash basin, and shower cubicle, while black water is a polite way of talking about sewerage waste from your toilet. 

Keeping your Motorhome Level

Keeping your Motorhome Level

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Setting up a motorhome at a campsite is generally a fairly simple process - but the biggest challenge is usually getting the motorhome level. 

How to Service your Motorhome

How to Service your Motorhome

Author: Cathy Anderson

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

In the midst of the thrill of planning a self-drive road trip in your motorhome, some of the important (and less exciting) things can get lost. Your motorhome is not only your accommodation each night, it’s your mode of transport, so you need to be confident that it’s in tip-top shape for both short or long-term adventures. And that means ensuring it is safe to drive.

Rise of the Resort Park for Family Travelling

Rise of the Resort Park for Family Travelling

Author: Kirstie Bedford

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

The statistics say it all. Caravan parks are thriving, and they are evolving to suit customers who have increasingly high expectations.

Caravan Industry Association of Australia’s research shows the industry has been, on average, athe fastest growing domestic accommodation type for the past five years.

Summer Sizzlers

Summer Sizzlers

Author: Laura Grey

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Here are some top summer destinations and great places to consider pulling up and staying for the hot weather.

Mitchell Shire, VIC

Mitchell Shire, VIC

Author: Peter Quilty

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

A number of the townships within the Mitchell Shire are innocently, if not ignorantly, deemed as places deserving of nothing more than a brief ‘pitstop’ while en route to Sydney. But the recent experience of a short sojourn to Seymour (just over 100km north of Melbourne) and its surrounds tells me unequivocally that anyone who adopts a ‘blink-and-you-miss-it’ mentality on this region is forgoing an exciting and fascinating travel treat.

Pet-friendly Peninsula

Pet-friendly Peninsula

Author: Kirstie Bedford

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Kirstie Bedford is an annual visitor to Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula, here she shares her reasons why it's a great place to take your pooch.

There’s usually a point when you're travelling to your favourite holiday destination where you feel your whole body relax. It might be seeing the rolling hills, the smell of the air, or simply veering off the main highway.

Calling in at Cleve

Calling in at Cleve

Author: Gwen Luscombe

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

One of the first things you’ll notice when visiting the regional town of Cleve, on South Australia’s Eastern Eyre Peninsula, is its rich agricultural surrounds. In every direction are fields of wheat, barley, canola and peas with a likely pasture of sheep grazing the day away in the shadow of the impressive wind farm at Mt Millar.