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February 8 2013 | matt

All the important information

Show Details

‘SA Caravan and Camping Show’

Opening Times:February 20 – 24, 10am – 6pm daily
Entry Cost:Adults $13, Concessions $11, Children under 15 free when accompanied by an adult.
:Click here to buy your tickets online
Location:Adelaide Showground, Goodwood Rd, Wayville SA 5034
Parking Facilities:Parking is available on the Main Arena via Leader Street (recommended for anyone traveling: from the South) or the Main Car park on Rose Terrace (recommended for anyone coming from the North).
Catering Facilities:Retail Catering Outlets
Entry Gates:Kidman, Stirling Angas, Wayville & Ridley Gate

Find Us at the Show

This year ACC and ALL RV Parts and Accessories will be located in the Goyder Pavilion at the Adelaide Showground. You’ll find Australian Caravan Co at site G1 while ALL RV Parts and Accessories will be conveniently situated at site G2. Download a Show map here.

Drop in for a cup of coffee, and say G’day!

Your Best RV Deal at this Years Show

ACC is offering the Jayco Swift from only $17,490 (normally $19,500)!

The lightweight Jayco Swift Camper Trailer is a compact, value-for-money camper that has been designed with small car owners in mind.

Holidaymakers will enjoy settling down for the night, or a sneaky afternoon nap, in the larger 4’6 front bed, while those with an eye for detail will appreciate the personalised rear mouldings, eye catching graphics and varying tent colours.

The Swift Camper Trailer features a full height sink in a spacious kitchen, with a large 3 way 90 Litre fridge that is perfect for housing all of your holiday meals and snacks.

You will also have the added protection and support of Jayco’s three year Roadside Assistance, 12 month manufacturer’s warranty, and a lifetime warranty on the winch to the original purchaser.

Talk to us at the Show to take advantage of this special offer.

Learn More about the Swift

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2 thoughts on “2013 SA CARAVAN & CAMPING SHOW”

  1. Dear Sir,
    As there has been many articles in Caravan & Motorhome magazines of late about self contained vehicles, would you be able to advise! “what constitutes selfcontained”.
    It has lead to much discussion between members at our caravan club, with quite a few of our members owning shower/toilet type RV’s investigating the option of fitting grey water tanks to control grey waste output.
    The main question is ? are their written guide lines or references that members can consult to complete this task. Your assistance with this matter would be greatly appreciated.
    Kindest Regards
    Dave & Val Campbell

  2. Each industry association or body has a slightly different terminology on self contained. I would suggest contacting the following CRVA or RVM Australia. As a dealer point of view self contained would be having a capacity to store grey waste ie A & C Class Motor-homes (Some B Class). Installing greywater tanks on a caravan may become a weight issue?

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