4WD POP-TOP BUSHCAMPER
Imagine yourself conquering the outback in this rugged 4wd POP-Top Bushcamper. This camper gets you off-road, exploring the hidden gems of Australia. This rental vehicle is ideal for those who want to get off the beaten track. Seats and sleeps 2 adults and 1 child over 7 inside the vehicle.
We consider these vehicles as the safest and most fit for purpose in the
Wider Wheels: reduces the amount you need to reduce tire pressure which reduces punctures
and in our opinion gives better handling and braking.
CB Radio: Form of communication in the Outback and communication with Road Trains and
other road users. (Safer overtaking)
Recovery Equipment: Air compressor, snatch trap, shackles, axe, gloves, spade.
Trackers: So we are able to trace where you are some diagnostics of the vehicle
First Aid Kits
High Vis Stickers
Deep Cycle Long lasting dual batteries
Additional Specs: 4wd Hi-Top Bushcamper
5 Speed Manual Transmission
Powerful V8 Turbo Diesel
Dual Battery System
2 x 90 Litre Fuel Tank
Fuel Consumption: 14 L / 100km
Full-size spare tireDimensions:
Interior height 1.72mBed Dimensions:
Top 2.0×1.3m approx.
Bottom 2.0×1.1m approx
Fridge/Freezer : 12V /240V – 45 Litres
Water : 50 Litre Fresh Water Tank
Cutlery, Pots & Pans, Linen & Pillows, Bedding
Camping Chairs & Table
Sink & Hand Pump
Gas Stove : 2 Burner Portable
Gas Bottle : 3kg
Insect Screens & Side Awning
Fire Extinguisher & Safety Equipment
The 12V auxiliary battery which powers the lights and the fridge*(we recommend turning the fridge off overnight to conserve power) on each of vehicles, will only last overnight on an unpowered site, after that period the vehicle will need to be plugged into power or driven at least 4hrs to charge up again. The volt meter in the vehicles will need to be charged back up to 100%.
Boomerang Campers 4WD vehicles are not permitted on the following Roads
Boggy Hole (Finke Gorge National Park)
Moreton Island Central Arnhem Road
Old Telegraph Road section of the road to Cape York
Gunbarrel Highway and Old Gunbarrel Highway
The Canning Stock Route
Lennard River Gorge Road (The last 2 kilometres)
The Lost City in Litchfield Park