Follow Australia’s sporting heroes with caravan finance
Summer is not too far away, and for many Australians that means one thing – sport. Sure, most people will have been watching various sporting events all winter long as well, but summer brings a whole host of new occasions to check out.
Thanks to modern technology, no one really needs to leave the house to watch sport anymore. However, there's nothing quite like experiencing these events live, especially as the weather over the next few months is looking promising.
So why not embrace the best of both worlds with caravan finance? Pack up the family, make a list of upcoming sports events and see them all with your new motor home.
1. Sydney 500 – Get up close with Australia's fastest drivers
What better way to kick off your sporting tour of the nation than with the V8 Supercars Championship finale?
With a few drivers still in the hunt for the top honours in 2015, there's a good chance the championship will be decided on the concrete-lined streets of Sydney. The event has proven to be a fiery one in the past, so expect plenty of on-track action.
Who knows, the event may even have you considering a new car loan as well. Check out a taste of last year's action below.
2. New Zealand vs. Australia – Cricket's first ever day-night test match
Adelaide is set to play host to a world first at the end of November, with Australia and New Zealand facing off in the debut day-night test match.
— 7DAYS Sport (@7DAYSSPORT) June 30, 2015
With Australia set to avenge their rugby-playing compatriots, the event is likely to be yet another epic trans-Tasman battle. On top of that, keen cricketing fans will want to see how the teams react to playing a test match well into the night.
While the day-night schedule is common for one-day matches, it's still an unknown quantity under test conditions. Who will adapt to the challenges first? Head out in your caravan and find out!
3. The Australian Open – The first Grand Slam of the year
As the first premier sporting event in the new year, The Australian Open is a great excuse to visit Melbourne and catch some of the finest athletes from Australia and the rest of the world.
Although the lineup is yet to be confirmed, the tournament is known to draw some of the sport's top players and is a great opportunity to get behind the Australian entrants on their home turf.
Contact AAA Finance to find out more about getting a secured loan ready for summer.