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4X4 CAMPERVANS

A campervan can be a compact and capable home on wheels.  In this section we review off-road campervans available in the Australian market.

Jacana Hiker HiAce-based campervans

Taree-based Jacana Motorhomes is employing its 30-year motorhome expertise in smaller vehicles. The Hiker is based on Toyota’s HiAce van and can be ordered in 2WD, 2WD ‘X’ and 4WD configurations.

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Kimberley Kruiswagen

Kimberley Kampers is celebrating 30 years as one of Australia’s longest-standing RV manufacturers with the launch of the deluxe Kruiswagen, based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter AWD van.

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Vanlife by Roadtrek AWD campervan

South Yarra Volkswagen Commercial Centre and Vanlife by Roadtrek came together to release a top-of-the-line luxury campervan, based on the VW Crafter and designed for Aussie conditions. 

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Bus4x4 HiAce

Bus4x4 – best known for its 2WD to 4WD conversions for mining company transport – introduced a high-ground clearance version of the HiAce range  with a two-speed transfer case and full-time 4WD.

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VW-Jayco Kampervan

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has announced a collaboration with recreational vehicle manufacturer Jayco to create the Crafter Kampervan lifestyle vehicle.

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Trakka Akuna 4Motion

Trakka has built the Akuna campervan on VW Crafter medium and long wheelbase vans for some years, but until early 2022 didn’t make a version on VW’s 4Motion model.

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Volkswagen Caddy campervan

We didn’t think the VW Caddy light commercial van would be a candidate for a camper conversion, but the VW factory thought otherwise. The end result was a surprisingly useful little travel machine.

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Trakka Trakkadu All-Terrain

The Trakkadu All-Terrain model has an automated transmission that we reckon many buyers will want. We checked out three of them, on- and off-road.

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DIY campervan conversion

An Australian manufacturer and tradesman – and also a grey nomad – is demonstrating that fun and comfortable family life on the road doesn’t have to be expensive.

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VW’s upgraded Transporter range

With the release of the pop-top-roof ‘Beach’ variant and the availability of after-market campervan furniture for the Transporter there was renewed interest in the Crafter’s smaller sibling.

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DIY RV Solutions HiAce door and roof kit

This Queensland company is best known for its hinged security door kits for popular vans, but also produces FRP shower modules; portable toilet, gas and battery boxes, pop-tops and high roof conversions.

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Horizon Waratah

This Horizon Motorhomes’ Waratah 4×4 was the personal rig of Horizon’s founder, Clayton Kearney. It was the second Waratah 4×4 Clayton had custom-built for personal adventures and he didn’t spare any expense

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Enduroco 4WD conversions

This Melbourne-based company has specialised in converting mainly Toyota vehicles from 2WD to 4WD for many years. All conversions are engineered and tested to gain Australian Government Federal IPA or secondary manufacturing approval.

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Bonetti Cruisinator

This pop-top conversion on the ubiquitous LandCruiser Troop Carrier was the brainchild of Stefano Bonetti, who upgraded it for 2021.

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DIY campervan

Many tradies and handy-folk have built their own campervans and motorhomes. Here’s a guide to the process, so you can see if such a project is right for you.

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Toyota Trakka Bushman

One of Trakka’s earliest camping conversions was done on the LandCruiser Troop Carrier, more than 30 years ago. The last development of the Bushman pop-top was a new design.

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Trakka Jabiru AWD models

Trakka has expanded its Jabiru range with the introduction of two upgraded 2020 variants that are based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4.

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