Caravans for Sale


The Great Australian Dream

When you want to explore Australia you have two options. Option one: spend a lot of money flying across the country, seeing each city and that’s it. Or option two: hooking up a caravan and exploring every inch that Australia has to offer, not once, but as many times as you please.

We’d know what we’d rather do...

We’ve made an infographic that shows the towing capacities of some of the most common ‘tugs’ you’ll find on the road. Use this as a reference when you are deciding whether your tow vehicle can pull the caravan you’re looking at buying. However, for the most up-to-date information, it’s best to contact your vehicle’s manufacturer.


What are the different types of caravans?

Back in the day, you would’ve been limited to a handful of different ‘traditional style’ caravans. But, as they grew more popular, manufacturers have kept on finding new ways to spice up the tried and true format. Here are a couple of different types of caravan we think are worth taking a look at:

  • 5th wheelers are huge, heavy caravans hitched to the tray of a ute using a similar method to that of a commercial truck.

  • Love to raise the roof? We aren’t just talking about dancing. Pop top caravans have an expandable roof to create a streamlined profile while being towed, then can be raised up once at your campsite.

  • What’s better than normal caravanning? Caravanning with a dirt bike or jet ski of course! A toy hauler lets you do just that, as it has a special garage so you can take all your toys with you.

  • Half-caravan, half-tent, the camper trailer is more versatile than most caravans but you’ll have to make do with fewer creature comforts.

  • Off-road caravans and other off-road variations have upgraded suspension, a sturdier chassis and all-terrain tyres to handle the rough conditions where normal caravans wouldn’t dream to go.

What are you waiting for? The adventure of a lifetime is waiting on just one thing. You.

But before you go buying the first caravan you see, we reckon it’s a good idea to check out our buyers guide to pre-loved and new caravans before you drop any serious cash on one.