Some of the things that caught our eye at Sydney’s biggest caravan show
One of Australia’s biggest caravan shows, the 2023 NSW Caravan, Camping & Holiday Supershow, has kicked off at Rosehill Racecourse and runs for six days (April 18 to 23).
While not quite as jam-packed with exhibits as previous years, the Sydney Supershow still has plenty of the latest RVs and accessories on show with more than 260 displays spread out over the picturesque Rosehill Racecourse grounds and indoor facilities.
Not to mention a few sideshow acts including free daily educational sessions, cooking classes and children’s entertainment. It’s a dog-friendly event too, so no need to leave Fido at home while trying to nab a show bargain.
Here are a few of the highlights of this year’s show…
Two new Frontline campers
Sydney’s Frontline is best known for its Volkswagen and Toyota based campervans, but to broaden its range it’s unveiled two new variants at the Sydney Supershow including a 5.48m campervan based on the latest Renault Trafic commercial van, and another camper based on the Chinese-built LDV G10 panel van.
Priced from $96,000, the new Renault camper has a similar spec list and layout options to the Frontline HiAce camper, while the new LDV Frontline camper is pitched more at buyers on tighter budgets with fewer camping and comfort features for its $69,290 starting price.