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Camper Trailer of the Year 2020: Austrack Tanami X13

240L of potable water, 18kg of gas, a 300Ah battery capacity fed by 300 watts of solar, a comfortable interior living space and the largest ensuite for its class combine to make the Austrack Tanami X13 an alluringly self-sufficient hybrid.

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Austrack Tanami Review

By naming your hybrid range ‘Tanami’, you set expectations of serious offroad travel to far flung destinations via thousands of kilometres of harsh dirt roads. Does Austrack’s latest offering have what it takes to follow through on its promises?

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REDARC Camper Trailer of the Year 2019: The Best in the Business

In the final weeks of 2018, Australia’s best offroad campers were put to the ultimate test over nine action-packed days in the stunning Mudgee hinterland. Now, the results are out.

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Austrack Telegraph X Review

Austrack expand upon a solid base with a plethora of upgrades in this year’s X-series Telegraph

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Austrack Savannah X

2018 CTOTY: Austrack Savannah X

Well-built and detailed, and with an easy setup, Austrack's Savannah X is designed for families and will quickly become your go-to for outdoor vacations.

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Austrack Savannah Forward Fold Rear Slide

Austrack Savannah Forward Fold Rear Slide Review

Extra bed space and a rear-slide extension aren't the only things that make the new Austrack Savannah an extremely versatile camper - plenty of internal and external storage also add to its appeal.

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Austrack Telegraph X

2017 CTOTY: Austrack Telegraph X

With a detailed finish and commitment to customer care, the new forward-fold Telegraph X from Austrack Campers is a great option for those wishing to journey far.

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Jawa Trax 10 Series II Review

The team from Jawa have released an updated version of the popular pint sized hybrid. We put the Trax 10, a tiny ten footer built to tackle the tough tracks, through its paces.

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Flinders and Gammon Ranges

There’s a lot more to the Flinders Ranges in South Australia than the national park, as I discovered on a nine-day expedition as low down as the Bridle Track and as high up as Arkaroola.

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