So many people have been in touch since my last blog post to enquire about our campervan. We recently sold it to a fantastic couple – Ann and Nigel – who fell in love with it as much as we did. In fact, they flew all the way up from Canberra to view it, before driving it back (1,200km) later that day. Phew! And having suffered from a slight identity crisis over the last five years, the campervan finally has a name: Dolly. I think it suits her. I’m sure many adventures await.
We are about to embark on our own adventure, and relocate back to the UK after 9 years in Brisbane. It’s a sad farewell but we’re looking forward to spending much more time with our families. And with plans already afoot for our next campervan project (the lime green kettle and gingham cutlery have already been packaged up and shipped back), the blog will continue. Hurrah! See you on the other side 🙂
Best bits of the Campervan Converts:
How to make fabulous seat cushions part one and part two
How to make TERRIBLE cushions (only one part required)
Everything you need to know about campervan plumbing
Delicious food you really really need in your campervan
How to fit a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom into a glorified taxi
11 simple steps to achieve your diy campervan
You will have been very sad to let Madame campervan go after all your hard work. But hopefully left with great memories and looking forward to life back in the UK. Any plans to buy or convert a camper back here ?
Yes, many great memories! We’d love to do another project once we get settled, so many new places to discover. Might even make it up to Scotland!
So glad you found a buyer. Best of luck with the move. Looking forward to reading the next installment. Nicky x
Thanks very much Nicky!
Awesome story. Congrats on your lovely baby and looking out for your next project.
Thanks very much!
Inspiring project and blog, muchas gracias.
What a lovely camper van. Too bad you sold it. Can’t wait to see what you guys do next! 🙂
We are a camper rental in Iceland. This is us:
Thanks very much – your vans look fab, we very much hope to come and visit one day!