Fun Facts About This Big Lap Family
Published: December 2, 2022
Last updated: January 6, 2024
By Joshua Smith 🇦🇺
I Help Beginners Build Profitable Websites
Welcome to the ultimate analysis of Trip In A Van (Australia’s #1 caravan channel on YouTube) for 2024.
The success of many local Australian creators provides insights that we can all learn from. 😎
The goal of these profiles is to show you the different ways people have built 6 and 7-figure businesses. I hope to inspire you to create your own success online, starting today.
Trip In A Van Facts
💡Full Name and Age
Justin Lorrimer is 40 years old.
Rebecca Lorrimer is 38 years old.
Both are ex-RAAF and have worked normal jobs until their children arrived on the scene.
Today, they have three children under 10 who are Jack, Billy & Charli.
They started their trip in 2015 and never looked back, so this lifestyle is all the kids know.
🤑 Net Worth
Australian YouTubers are typically richer than we are.
I estimate that right now in 2024, Trip In A Van has a net worth of $1,700,000 AUD.
This is based on the value of their 4×4, offroad caravan, rural property, online business, shares and investment properties. So yeah, they are millionaires!
They have no need to buy a house in the suburbs or return to normal jobs and are semi-retired for life.
And if you want to discover how to build an online business like many people who watch Trip In A Van, then register for this free workshop now. My friends, Matt and Liz, have created the ultimate freedom.
🤩 Income Streams
Brand sponsorships, Youtube ads, affiliate links, digital products, merchandise sales and YouTube donations.
They are currently in the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, which is exactly where I live!
They have now done two laps around Australia.
Their episodes are so inspiring, and their freedom is well-earned.
❌ Notable Complaints
None that I could find, apart from some clickbaity bikini content.
🚀 The X-Factor
They have great vibes but they’ve also cracked the YouTube algorithm.
📈 Creator Trends
Everyone in Australia’s 4×4 and caravan community knows about them. Each video gets 200k or greater views, and they never disappoint.
🕵🏻♂️ Private Life
They have been married for 10 years.
👨🏻💻 My Verdict
One of the most addictive caravan creators on YouTube. I’ll distill further down this article about how they got the success that they deserve, and how you can do the same.
I’m Joshua Smith from Australia. I have been building profitable content sites since 2011.
Today, in addition to managing my own portfolio, I actively help others on their journey.
How much does Trip In A Van make and how?
You’re about to be shocked by how much I estimate they’re making on YouTube. (Keyword being estimate here)
Trip In A Van probably makes in the region of $20,000 AUD to $30,000 AUD per month with their weekly videos.
That’s more than $300k per year, so they make more than most lawyers and doctors in Australia. 🤑
They make this substantial income through:
➜ About 15 brand sponsorships that value the size of their engaged audience
➜ Affiliate links to the gear they use on the 4×4 and caravan
➜ Sales of various eBooks about traveling around Australia
➜ Sales of their epic TIAV merchandise from Navigator Gear
They are 100% treating their content like a business and earn more than people working in normal jobs and paying down mortgages. The best part? They have the freedom to do as they desire, with no exhausting commute to the office on Monday mornings.
Perhaps it’s time you made the switch to their lifestyle too? Just a thought. 🙂
If that’s you, then register for this 100% FREE workshop now created by fellow Queenslanders, Matt and Liz. They discovered true freedom online through website investing.
And there’s 1,000+ Australians on the inside…
So why do so many Australians love their content?
➜ Every single video is fresh and original
➜ They appeal to families with caravans
➜ They share some hidden camping spots
➜ Their ethos of fun and freedom is addictive
And they’re just so down to earth.
Creator Red Flags
I haven’t seen them create any controversy, although some people do share gossip within Facebook communities. Their fans will always stand up for Justin and Bec!
Other Australian 4×4 Influencers
In addition to Justin and Bec, I’ve written many articles about other offroading influencers here in Australia:
➜ The Explore Life (How epic are their videos? Their editor is mint!)
➜ John Rooth (The original influencer, before it became popular)
➜ Red Dirt Diary (Bridget)
➜ Shaun Whale (4WD 24/7)
➜ Graham Cahill (4WD 24/7)
➜ Patriot Campers (Justin’s work ethic is incredible)
➜ Ronny Dahl (I’ve learned a ton from his channel!)
➜ Molly Dixon (Every dude’s favourite right now)
👆 Definitely check those out today! 😃
I’m so inspired by their success on YouTube. From watching so many videos, there are key lessons that can propel our lives forward, both on a business and personal level.
My key takeaways include:
➜ Start building your online business
➜ Freedom is closer than you think it is
➜ Work hard and have an open mind
➜ Seek new and exciting opportunities
And ultimately, life is too short to watch others having fun and enjoying the ultimate adventure. 🔥
Trip In A Van has tapped in to the perfect formula to get success on YouTube.
However, many of us don’t want to create videos and publish them online, and there is an awesome solution.
I’d love to work with you to build an online business of your dreams that can fund your trip around Australia. This free webinar explains the process.
So from one fan of Trip In A Van to another, I look forward to crossing paths real soon!