It’s time to live the good life. The age of retirement has finally arrived. You’ve worked a million-and-one hours and raised a couple of kids. Now, it’s time to explore Australia. If you’re ready to visit our great and vast country but you’re worried about roughing it and leaving your luxuries at home, or perhaps like me, you want to take your pregnant girlfriend away for a weekend adventure, the Trakkaway 700 is the only way to go. Trakka is a good old Aussie family business who cut their teeth with Volkswagen and Toyota Landcruiser pop-top conversions in the 1970s. Back then there weren’t too many companies doing conversions, so most of the work was done in-house; templates were made, designs experimented with and they were rewarded with excellent results. In my opinion, Trakka pioneered the conversion market in Australia. Fast forward a few decades and the conversion market is on fire. However, the Trakkaway 700 keeps its competitors on their toes. Its most popular coach built model, the Trakkaway 700, ticks all the boxes. It’s not cheap at around $185,000 driveaway, but bear in mind, it’s something you could feasible live in. Reasonably compact at seven metres, you can manoe...