8 Ways to Enjoy Christmas in Your Camper

The festive time of the year has rolled around again and we
know many of you will be enjoying a summer self-drive adventure in
Australia with us. There’s no better way to enjoy Christmas than by
making the most of the Great Outdoors and bonding with your family and
friends. Here’s how you can make the most of Christmas Day when you’re
staying in a campervan:

1. Pick your Christmas Lunch destination 

When you’re travelling by camper, you have the luxury to
be able to pull up wherever you like and choose your view for the day.
Why not encounter a unique beach-side Christmas Day in the motorhome?
Bring along the beach cricket and the entire family can participate in
some festive family bonding time.

2. Bring some Christmas cheer to the camper

Just because you’re on holiday doesn’t mean you have to go
without the glitz and glamour of Christmas. Pick up some Christmas
decorations and give the motorhome a makeover for the festive season.
String up some tinsel, or hang a star or two.

3. Watch your favourite Christmas classics

All motorhome rentals
(with the exception of the Hi Top Camper) come equipped with a TV and
DVD player for your entertainment. Throw in all your Christmas
favourites and watch them in the lead up to Christmas to get you in the

4. Taste the local Christmas treats

Australians love to get in the Christmas Spirit with most
practically itching to get the tree up as soon as the 1st of December
rolls around. Wherever you are, don’t hesitate to indulge in the
traditional Christmas sweets and treats including the famous Aussie

5. Load the CD player with Christmas tunes

As you burn along the highway, play your favourite
Christmas tunes. Get everyone in the family to have a singalong and
you’ll be in the spirit in no time.

6. Absorb the Aussie Christmas spirit at a caravan park 

There is an exciting vibe at Australia’s caravan parks at
this time of year. Make your way to the communal area and chat with
fellow travellers to really absorb the shared Christmas spirit.

7. Put the presents under a real tree

If you’ve got young kids, this will be a huge novelty for
them! Wrap up their presents and put them under a real tree. Watch their
faces when they wake up to Christmas in the Great Outdoors!

8. Simply enjoy time with your family 

Staying in the motorhome means that you can catch up on
some much needed family bonding. Pull out your camp table and chairs and
enjoy Christmas lunch with each other.
What are your plans for your Christmas holiday? Let us know on the Cruisin’ Motorhomes Facebook Page