Horizon Waratah Review – On The Right Track – January 2015

iMotorhome Reviews the Horizon Waratah. iMotorhome recently collected the Waratah from us and took it for a review… Here’s a bit of trivia for you rail buffs. Did you know there was once a branch rail line from Booyong (between Lismore and Byron Bay on the old North Coast rail line) to Ballina? I didn’t…

Horizon Casuarina Review – Branch Out – December 2014

The Wanderer Reviews the Horizon Casuarina. Horizon’s new Casuarina allows you to roam far and wide while roosting in a fairly compact nest when it’s time to come home. One of the difficulties when touring with a motorhome is coming back to your suburban home. It’s all very well to have the biggest, roomiest motorhome…

Horizon Casuarina Review – The Colour Of Sunset – October 2014

Australian Caravan+RV Reviews the Horizon Casuarina. Built on the extra long wheelbase version of the Fiat Ducato, the burnt orange Casuarina stands out in the bleak greyness of stormy Ballina like Nemo in a fishbowl. The metallic colour is a $1650 option, and Horizon has even gone to the trouble of colour matching the four-metre long,…

Horizon Waratah Review – Hello Flower – October 2014

The Wanderer Reviews the Horizon Waratah. Horizon’s new’s Waratah provides ample seating for four plus a single bed layout at the rear. Nothing is better than having a sense of space in a motorhome. Yet you will always be confined by your vehicle measuring less than the width of one lane of the road – excepting…