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Hi. im Kiwi Kid a newbie to the forum. I want to purchase a Motorhome and have my eye on a Matilda Henry,does any one know if this is a good choice for a beginner traveller.im not sure if this is ideal news for the forum but i would be grateful for any info..Cheers .Kiwi Kid..

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May I be one of the first to welcome you to the forum, KiwiKid

Not many people visit this part of the forum, if no one with that type of motorhome answers your question, (within a few days)
Perhaps it may pay you to copy and paste the question again, on the General forum

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G'day Kiwi Kid and welcome to the forum.  Don't forget to try the two ongoing games here - 'Who is This' in the 'I Digress' section and 'Pick this Place' in the 'General' Section - a great source to find new places to visit.  Can't help re your motorhome choice but would agree with Tony Bev with asking the question in general if no replies here!

Pete and Marion



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Kiora . Welcome .

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Welcome Kiwi Kid. If you have no luck getting info on the Motor Home here, may I suggest setting up a Facebook account. There are several Matilda Motor Home groups on Facebook, one being this www.facebook.com/groups/255976101536471/ so if your going to become a Grey Nomad, then Facebook will be of terrific use for you. Cheers.

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Welcome to the gang Kiwi KId, enjoy here and out in the playground.

Whatever you end up with just enjoy and,



Keep Safe on the roads and out there.


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And its welcome from us two 2 Kiwi Kid

Another Kiwi is there anyone left over there we want to go over and have a look around Kiwi Land in the next year or two, should we go sooner incase the last one turns out the light .

Lol just kidding

Woody

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Funny thing is . Thereās plenty of young Aussies have settled over under the Long White Cloud .. One thing with motorhomeās . Thereās such a wide diverse variety .

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Hi Kiwi Kid. I'm also a newby! There are so many different types of motorhome, it really boils down to what suits you, your travelling plans and your budget. I looked at several before stepping into my pre-loved Winnebago Iveco Esperance and then just 'felt at home'. So, that was the one for me! I suppose like most things-do your research and then get a feel of the vehicle before deciding. Don't rush it! Cheers

 



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Welcome, welcome, welcome -Kiwi Kid (may I call you KK?)

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Kia Ora KK, Kiwi also, based in Warrnambool, south west Vic, running a Toyota Coaster, welcome to the forum, have fun, its a big country, there is a lot to see



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