I was curious to explore the various camper trailers on offer plus any internal vehicle modifications that might look useful.
Here are a few photos from the day...
The Travelander, a trayback camper, was impressive with its ability to expand into a neat rooftop tent and kitchen area. It requires either a single cab or dual cab vehicle.
Plenty of swags on offer... they look cool but I don't know anyone who uses them.
A very neat power unit mounted to a Kimberley Kamper trailer.
ORS Offroad Systems had their Toyota Land Cruiser 100 series on display. A very practical interior including a water pump in the left door.
Bushranger had a show special for their hot water shower system... I might have to continue with my solar shower water bag for a few more years before indulging in this unit. Although, having hot water on tap, would be wonderful.
ARB 4x4 Accessories had a full stand showcasing the latest vehicle modifications, accessories and equipment.
I like the Conqueror caravans, known as Urban Escape Vehicles. If I manage to persuade the family to do a 'Lap of Australia', I would like to complete it with this unit. Perfect for a small family interested in remote locations.
A neat competitor to the Conqueror is the Echo 4x4 Campers. Imported from South Africa, these units had a very tidy finish with plenty of interior modifications that would keep you planning for months.
|Echo 4x4 Camper|