Kimberley trip slide on camper alternative

by Drew
(Mudgee NSW)

Been following your great site for months. We are going in mid 2010 with our Nissan Navara Dual Cab 4WD and look like getting a Slide On Pop Top Camper from

Definitely a better option than towing a van or camper trailer or trying to tent it. You stop, pop up in 30 seconds for a nap or boil the billy.

Side awning takes another 1 minute for overnite or longer stop. Low profile for fuel economy and it doesn't have to be pulled up and over to set up tent like most other campers.

The idea is worth a look at their site. We visited their factory at Coffs Harbour last week and they look great.
Drew and Gillian.

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Jan 04, 2010
Interesting alternative
by: Birgit

Thanks for the suggestion, Drew and Gillian. I am sure this will be of interest to other readers.

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