There has been a recent boom in the past two years to buy camper trailers. Camper Trailers offer family freedom to accommodate all the kids, add the home luxuries, bikes, and much more. With a starting price of around $5,000, you can see why it’s become accessible for many families. There are many different styles of camper trailers on the market. So how do you choose the best camper trailers Australia has to offer?
When looking for the best camper trailer, your decision must be based on your particular criteria. There is no point looking at Facebook Groups, or individual manufacturer websites. You’ll get a biased view and this can confuse you as a buyer. This is why we believe there is an RV for every kind of camper.
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An off-road camper trailer is usually spotted easily as they have mud-terrain wheels, serious off-road suspension, and a mountain of useable storage. Their tow hitch allows for full 360-degree articulation, which is needed in the harsh terrain of Australia.
Camper Trailer designs have evolved over the years due to customer feedback. You can choose from soft floor, hard floor, dual fold, step through, forward fold, etc. Each design will offer a range of layout and comfort settings. As your dealer for more advice.
In our opion, the less canvas on the ground the better. We are a firm YES on this question. We have personally owned a softfloor camper and when it came to setting it up, we hated it. A hard floor camper offers a dry flat platform for the kids to sleep on. If you have a few extra dollars to spend, opt for a hard floor camper over a soft floor camper.
If you plan to stay in caravan parks, or perhaps want to stay in a national park, you don’t really need an offroad camper.
An offroad camper will give you more clearance, have an articulating hitch, and provide more offgrid capability, but if you don’t plan to use this, buy an onroad model.
The usual demographic seems to be young families with 2 or more kids. Camper Trailers are an affordable way to get the family camping. They store all the equipment, toys, food, and clothes for an extended holiday and they can accommodate a few beds.