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Love road trips, travel & camping in Australia?

So do we!
Join our Australian women’s camping, adventure and roadtripping online and real time community, and you’ll have more friends than tent pegs to go camping, glamping and having outdoor fun with!

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Who Are We?

Rolling Solo Australia is an Australian Women’s online, offline & real time community that provides support, friendships, information and connections for independent female roadtrippers interested in camping, outdoor adventure & travel in Australia.

Events, Social Catchup’s, Tagalong Trips & get together’s for members are the core of our existence.

We are a “sisterhood of the travelling vans” !

inspired
to travel on your own

Wouldn’t it be great to be part of a community of women just like you, located all around Australia that you can meet up, have a coffee, go roadtripping & camping with, or chat with anytime in a secure online environment.

inspired
to travel on your own

Wouldn’t it be great to be part of a community of women just like you, located all around Australia that you can meet up, have a coffee, go roadtripping & camping with, or chat with anytime in a secure online environment.

Waiting for you are thousands of new friends are already out there in every town in Australia, you just haven’t met them yet!

Love 

roadtrips & camping?

So do we! Actually it’s how Rolling Solo was started. Members are creating camping meetups, weekends and tagalong trips all the time.

Find something near you, far from you or create your own and invite other members to join you.

Interested in going on a road trip but don’t want to travel alone? Organise a tagalong road trip and travel together in a group.

social
get-togethers

Drop in for a coffee or organise a lunch, picnic or bbq, outdoor concerts, festivals, markets… you name it and we’ll go.   

You can check the member map and see who’s around, create a social event, invite others & get a group together.

No need to be home alone. There’s alway’s a Roller somewhere!

social
get-togethers

Drop in for a coffee or organise a lunch, picnic or bbq, outdoor concerts, festivals, markets… you name it and we’ll go.   

You can check the member map and see who’s around, create a social event, invite others & get a group together.

No need to be home alone. There’s alway’s a Roller somewhere!

connect
in our app

Connecting with other Members in a safe and secure online environment to access all our events, information, posts, photos, members, articles and resources.

You can use our community app on a computer, laptop, tablet, ipad or smartphone.  Up to date information on all that’s happening in the community on the go.

 

Happy Roller!

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I went on my first trip with Rolling Solo to the Red Centre in August 2017.  I had never travelled that far before with my van let alone on my own.  Had the time of my life and made so many new friends.  It’s lovely to feel a part of something again.  Can’t wait for the next adventure.  Recommend to any woman travelling on her own.. the support and comraderie in the community amongst the women makes me feel like I have sisters all over Australia if I ever need them.

- Marianne

So empowering!

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Thanks so much for putting this together. I dreamt of a group of women to go away with. But this looks even better connections everywhere. Just knowing all the girls are out there is soooo empowering for me. Thanks for giving me my mojo back and dreams , I had nearly given up on 

- Liesel

Good on you for starting this wonderful group

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I have a new VW multivan sitting in my garage with 15000 ks on the clock still smells new ! Was contemplating selling it but saw your show on Sunday Night and it gave me some inspiration that maybe I can do it alone . 

- Patricia

Just what I needed to get motivated!

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Have been stalking your facebook page and saw the bit on telly the other night. I love the community you have created here and very pleased to be a part of it. I’m 55 and my only child just turned 18 so I’m still in the thinking and planning mode.

- Gail

Like to know more about becoming a “Roller?