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 River Motorhome Review

KEA River Motorhome Review

Author: Peter Quilty

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Portsea is unquestionably the 'leafiest' suburb on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula... And to that extent, there's an oft-quoted – albeit flippant – reference to this upper-crust domain showcasing a veritable conga-line of imposing clifftop mansions that are home to the rich and famous. I quote verbatim: “See how the other half live”.

KEA Ultima Motorhome Review

KEA Ultima Motorhome Review

Author: Peter Quilty

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Craving some free-spirited motorhoming? With the KEA Ultima motorhome from RV Sales Centre - THL’s rental/sales division - in Braybrook, Vic, that’s completely within your reach.

KEA Discovery in Western Australia

KEA Discovery in Western Australia

Author: Tim Van Duyl

Date Posted: 8th October 2020

Some people baulk at the prospect of buying second-hand while others swear that buying used avoids most of the wallet-smashing depreciation that new motorhomes can be affected by. But there are other options, such as ex-rental RVs like the Kea Discovery - only one of the most popular rental motorhomes around! These RVs are built tough, simple and with ease of use in mind and it is this value that is often overlooked.

How to Finance Buying A Motorhome

How to Finance Buying A Motorhome

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

Considering buying a new or used motorhome for the first time?

RV Sales Centre has a range of quality KEA, Roller Team and Jayco motorhomes, with prices ranging from just over $60,000 to around $130,000.

Best Time of Year To Buy A Motorhome

Best Time of Year To Buy A Motorhome

Author: Cathy Anderson

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

When it comes to buying a motorhome, making the right choice is a matter of research, finances and, quite importantly, the timing.

Knowing the best time of year to get the sweetest deal possible is the key to a successful purchase and many years of happy memory making.

Going Solo

Going Solo

Author: Kirstie Bedford

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

Solo travel is on the rise, particularly for women.

Recent stats by TripAdvisor, which surveyed more than 3,200 Australian women, found more women are choosing to travel alone than ever before.

Choosing the Right Motorhome

Choosing the Right Motorhome

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

For the newcomer to the motorhome industry, selecting the right motorhome can be something of a lottery with so many brands and ‘types’ of motorhomes to choose from. Here’s our 101 guide to help you make the right decision.

Batteries, Chargers and Related Systems

Batteries, Chargers and Related Systems

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

Back in the day caravan and motorhome electrical systems were quite simple. Smaller motorhomes and campervans might just have had the vehicle starter battery for all 12V systems. Larger rigs usually had two - the vehicle starter battery and the 'house battery' for items such as lights, water pump and maybe the fridge. In the case of cheaper caravans, there was no battery at all, just a 12V power supply from the tow vehicle.

Driving a Motorhome Safely

Driving a Motorhome Safely

Author: Cathy Anderson

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

Driving a motorhome is a wonderful feeling.  There’s a sense of adventure and the freedom to go wherever you like, and the ability to leave your worries in the driveway behind you.

How to Use The Fridge in Your Motorhome

How to Use The Fridge in Your Motorhome

Author: Cathy Anderson

Date Posted: 7th October 2020

The beauty of a motorhoming lifestyle is you can take little pieces of home away with you - and that includes a fridge. Just because you are on the road doesn’t mean you need to ‘slum it' with an esky and constantly melting, messy ice. A fridge is a staple in a motorhome, but there are a few tricks to making sure your fridge is powered properly, packed efficiently and previous 'happy hour' beverages kept cool. Here are some top tips to use your motorhome fridge.