Luxurious, Robust, Safe & Stylish.
Travelhome provides luxurious, robust, safe, stylish and secure Fifth Wheelers to Australians all around the country.
Our workshop is located in Caves Beach, a coastal city in the Lake Macquarie region. The Travelhome warehouse is located 1 hour 30 minutes from Sydney and 1 hour from Newcastle Airport; where we store our Caravans and Fifth Wheelers for sale and conduct repairs and maintenance on a broad range of Caravans.
All of our Travelhome Fifth Wheelers are custom built from the ground up – from the frame to the kitchen sink. All construction and engineering is managed here in Caves Beach, and all of our products are engineered locally in Newcastle to ensure the highest quality Travelhome. Our Travelhome Fifth Wheelers are designed to withstand Australian conditions on Australian roads; this means we know EVERYTHING there is to know about our product and what we sell. Pride in our work is an understatement.
Address. 19 Strathmore Road, Caves Beach, NSW
Phone. 1300 785 495
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Automotive Manufacturer, Repairs, Upgrades, Regular Servicing, Service, Insurance Work, Trade-ins and Re-Selling, Financing, Hitch Installation.
All businesses represented on Caves Beach Connect are owned or operated by locals that live in and around Caves Beach
although the businesses themselves may not necessarily operate in Caves Beach.
Our guiding principle for listing a business is for anyone that lives in or around Caves Beach and owns or
operates a business inside or outside of Caves Beach.
We want it to be a vehicle to encourage networking and for locals to support locals.
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Caves Beach Connect acknowledges the Aboriginal people known today as the Awabakal, as the traditional Custodians of the land, respecting Aboriginal Elders past, present and future. Caves Beach Connect recognises the local Aboriginal community today in all of their diversity, who came forward to share their experiences, knowledge, images and memories.