This Forum is the gateway to information about who we are and what we do.
We seek to promote the lifestyle that ownership of a Kimberley Karavan or a Kimberley Kruiser can bring.
Ownership of a Karavan or a Kruiser brings with it ability to travel to remote places in comfort. The destination chosen is not limited by the abilities of the Karavan or the Kruiser but by the tow vehicle and the skill of the driver.
Members of the KKOG help each other to enjoy their investment through contact with other owners, with tips on travel, maintenance and modification, and by organising National, State and Local "Get Togethers".
This forum is where all of the communication between KKOG members happens (except for the occasional email and at Gatherings across the country).
The main part of the forum is only open to members of KKOG, however guests can post questions about our lifestyle. If you are interested in joining us, please see the "Information for Prospective Members" box further down the page.
Read it all and download the documents. The only way to join is through the "Information for Prospective Members" process below. (Please scroll down.)
This is an active forum. It contains 27 different discussion boards on topics ranging from Karavan or Kruiser Electrics - what goes wrong and how to fix it, to our KKooks KKorner (you get a lot of "K's" around here) and boards to organise rallies and road trips.
As well as the forum we have a download section containing a wealth of files on all aspects of the equipment installed in the various Karavan and Kruiser models. These include files on subjects as diverse as how to disassemble and repair your diesel cooker or how to properly look after your batteries. Or install lithium iron phosphate replacements.
We also have a Gallery. Each member can have multiple albums, where they can post photos of their Karavan or Kruiser, their modifications to it, their trips or any topic they like. The photos are viewable by all members. A sample of thumbnails chosen a random from the gallery can be seen below. To see more of these, just refresh the page (F5 key).
I hope you enjoy your visit and if you are a Karavan or Kruiser owner or intend to buy one, we would welcome you as a member.
KKOG Management Committee