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Camper Trailers for Sale

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Camper Trailers for Sale

Camper trailers are changing the way Australians explore the countryside. They are lightweight, compact and continue to be an extremely flexible way of exploring the great outdoors. Camper trailers are unique as they require complete folding out before they can be used. Some camper trailers have roofs that raise up and compartments that extend out like pop top caravans, while others fold out behind or to the side of the trailer similar to a 4WD rooftop tent.

What’s the difference?

There are a few characteristics of the camper trailer that sets it apart from other types of caravans. They weigh far less, so much so that most models can even be pulled by the family sedan. Their low profile on the road leads to fuel savings and a high level of wind resistance compared to other types of RVs.

Types of camper trailers

Camper trailers come in two different types, road and offroad, and two different styles, hard and soft floor. Check out our quick-guide below for more information!


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Every little detail of a camper trailer has been designed to maximise space. Storage is abundant with every available nook and cranny used to house something. To save on internal space, amenities such as portable showers and toilets can be connected to the outside of the trailer. Sliding kitchens can also be found externally on space-conscious camper trailers. However, larger camper trailers will include a small, basic kitchen inside instead. Typically, freezers and fridges are also located in the external storage of the trailer.

If you’re still in need of more advice about purchasing your next camper trailer, head over to our buyers guide for camper trailers!