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About to take your new caravan out for the first time and looking for a hitch-free trip? With a new caravan, it is important to ensure you are equipped with the most effective products for your next adventure. To help, we’ve hand-selected a bunch of starter essentials for you to consider that will make for a smooth journey and enjoyable experience.


NEW Thule 5200 Awning - $953.70

Thule is amongst the biggest names in the caravan awnings and annexes industry, and the Thule 5200 is just one more example of why they’re such a renowned brand. It’s an economical and lightweight awning that stands out in terms of design and functionality. Projecting 2.5 meters, the 5200 is supplied with mounting brackets for flat surfaces, all fixings, and installation instructions. With sturdy spring arms to ensure perfect tension, and a user-friendly Quick Lock System, the awning serves as the most affordable way to create additional space for relaxation.


Anti-Flap Kit - $347.60

Aussie Traveller’s Anti-Flap Kit is the perfect tool to reduce flapping and strengthen your awning in any of Australia’s climates. The Anti-Flap Kit is designed to easily add walls to provide a wind and waterproof connection between the awning and walls. It works to increase stability, reduce damage and annoying flapping in windy conditions, as well as increase awning fabric tension. Easy to install and use, all necessary fitting and usage instructions are included in the kit, ensuring a quick and stress-free set up. With awning damage serving as the most common caravan related insurance claim, the Anti Flap kit is a necessity when embarking on your first caravanning adventure.


Autosteady – Pricing heavily discounted

The AutoSteady remote operated system is the ideal gadget for simple steadiness and maintenance of your caravan. With the ability to extend and retract your corner stabilising legs individually, or all at once, it requires no effort on your part. The system attaches to the side of the corner stabilisers, while the receiver attaches to wherever you choose to mount it, making for a stable and stress-free experience.


Functional and affordable, these products are the perfect way to get you ready for your first time caravanning. Once armed with the essentials, you’ll be ready to hit the road!

20 Dec 2018 3:48:01 pm By Zoe Green Comments Products,


Aussies enjoying their ‘home away from home’ holiday


The lines between home and ‘home away from home’ are beginning to blur in 2018. With the likes of powerful generators, fridges, super-lightweight awnings, and air conditioners becoming the norm in modern caravans, all the comforts associated with home are at the fingertips of Aussie caravanners.


There’s little left to be desired these days with the number of luxuries on offer to caravanners. Today, hot showers keep travellers comfortable in the cold, while slimline air conditioners have become essential during Australia’s sweltering summers.


Here at Aussie Traveller, we’re constantly striving to create the most comfortable home on the road possible. While there are purists who often refer to a decked-out caravanner as a glamper, we’re of the firm belief that exploring shouldn’t have to be uncomfortable.


Products like our annexes and Euro Walls have the ability to double the living space of a camped caravan, leaving plenty of room for large families. Then there’s the likes of the ATEC generator that can power anything from a three-way fridge, to TVs and microwaves. All the amenities of home are certainly available.


Take a look at our top products to add a little more comfort to your travels:


K3600 Air Conditioner - $1,925.00

With a high gloss cover for easy cleaning, and fan placement designed to improve airflow, introducing 4% fresh air into the caravan. Aussie Traveller's air-conditioner offers exceptional value – the days of high-rise air conditioners are over.


ATEC 3000i Generator – Was $1,232.00, Now $900

This 2.8kW generator packs enough punch to power a wide range of electronics and appliances.


EuroWall Kit - $1,980.00 + Fitting

Adding annexe walls to your caravan, motorhome or RV allows you to enjoy the comfort of a secure, private and spacious addition to your living area. The EuroWalls are believed to be Australia’s lightest annexe walls.


Thule Roof Vent - $124.30 (prices may vary)

This stylish Thule roof vent is available in manual or 12V electric and with the option of a white, translucent or transparent external dome, and comes with a blockout roller blind and mosquito screen as standard.

28 Nov 2018 1:08:43 pm By Zoe Green Comments Products,


North Brisbane locals will have their chance to purchase caravan and camping gear from a carpark clearance sale taking place from 10am Thursday 11 October until 5pm Saturday 13 October, as caravanning components and accessory industry veteran, Aussie Traveller, host their inaugural Carpark Sale.

Hundreds of components and accessories will be offered at 30-50% discounts in new or near-new condition. The sale will feature brand new superceded awnings, with a range of caravan lights, steps, windows, doors and other accessories up for grabs.

Aussie Traveller Director, Michael Freney, said he expects many locals, and some ‘not-so-locals’, to turn out at the onsite sale to grab everything from nuts and bolts to double slide-out electric steps and everything in between. 

“It’s not that often in our industry that you see caravanning components dropped to the prices we’ll see over the weekend. The sale is a great way to snap up vital caravan parts including awnings, annexes and lights just ahead of the travel season,” Mr Freney said.

Aussie Traveller will be holding a competition over the three-day period to win a new ATEC 2000i Generator. Caravanners will be able to enter the competition by spending over $100 at the Carpark Sale. Those looking to double their chances can receive a second entry into the competition by bringing their vehicle to the Aussie Traveller warehouse for a free measure and quote to fit an awning.

Mr Freney, who is overseeing the sale, highlighted the top three products available that buyers will be scrambling for.

  1. 1.    Thule Awnings in a range of sizes and models

“These will easily be the most popular products at the sale. Thule awnings are suitable for fitting on your RV or your home patio. All awnings at the sale are fully functional and will be in sights of many caravan bargain hunters, especially considering up to 50% has been knocked off the price.”

  1. 2.    LED Lights in a range of models and different shapes to fit any caravan

“Any caravan can be a cave without adequate lighting. Whether you’re in the process of building your caravan from the ground up, or replacing blown bulbs, this is a handy part to pick up at half-price.” 


  1. 3.    Thule caravan steps in a range of models (electric, slide-out and fold-out)

“For those wanting to take their caravan up another level, a caravan step is a handy addition, keeping things convenient when setting up camp and when it’s time to hit the road. Their clever design keeps the whole step tucked in safely when travelling, even on rough outback roads.”

To view a wider range of products on offer, head to: 


The sale will run from 10am on Thursday 11 October, to Saturday 13 October, 11-15 Oasis Court, Clontarf, QLD.

5 Oct 2018 4:14:31 pm By Zoe Green Comments Exhibitions/Shows,

Beat the heat with these Aussie Traveller products


Last year was the third hottest year on record here in Australia, with Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney (Sydney had a high of 47 degrees Celsius) all having their hottest summers ever.

Aussie Traveller Managing Director, Michael Freney says if last year is anything to go by, then we’re facing some challenging heat ahead.

“My experience has been that when the temperatures start to soar that high, caravanners young and old can sometimes find conditions demanding – it’s too hot to stay inside the caravan, but outside you and the kids run the risk of the effects of the sun,” Michael said.

“Throw the likes of pesky mosquitos and other insects into the mix, and your holiday looks a lot less relaxing.”

Here are Michael’s top products to combat the heat:


K3600 Air Conditioning Unit – RRP $1,925.00

Aussie Traveller’s K3600 Air Conditioner unit offers caravanners the ability to combat that greenhouse effect in their stationary caravans, keeping our caravanners cool and comfortable indoors.

The roof-mounted unit weighs in at just 45kg, while still packing some punch showing the power to cool most caravans to a comfortable temperature.


Euro Walls – RRP $1980.00 + fit

For those chasing more traditional ways to beat the heat, Aussie Traveller has recently developed what is believed to be the lightest annexe walls in the country.

The Euro walls use innovative, lightweight European fabrics to maximise air flow.

But, with flowing air often comes unwanted airborne visitors, so the walls include a unique zip-in-zip-out feature to keep out the mozzies and midges, while still keeping things cool.


Have a closer look at how the Euro Walls or K3600 A/C Unit can keep you cool in the coming months online or at one of our showrooms.

Our Clontarf showroom is open from 8am until 5pm Monday to Friday and from 8am until 4pm on Saturday. Our Campbellfield showroom is open from 8am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

27 Sep 2018 9:56:18 am By Zoe Green Comments Products,

Last-minute Father’s Day Gifts for the man with a van

 Check out our last-minute specials for Father’s Day:

Anti-Flap Kit  ($347.60)

One of most popular products. Aussie Traveller's patented Anti Flap Kit offers a wind and waterproof method to attach walls to Dad’s awning.

 Curved Roof Rafters ($75.90)

Made to our exclusive design curve and shape, the Curved Roof Rafter was developed to help overcome windflap in the fabric of the awning and to prevent water from ponding. The Curved Roof Rafter is particularly effective when used in conjunction with the Anti-Flap Kit – so why not spoil Dad and get him both!

Sunblocker Long Side Walls (prices from $103.40)

The Sunblocker long side wall provides an airy yet shady addition to Dad’s motorhome, RV or caravan. It provides 60% light reduction while reducing temperature inside, perfect for the approaching hot summer days. The Sunblocker walls are available off the shelf in sizes to suit standard roll-out awnings or they can also be customised to suit your requirements.

 These specials will run for another week – so act fast and order today!

Our Clontarf showroom is open from 8am until 5pm Monday to Friday and from 8am until 4pm on Saturday. Our Campbellfield showroom is open from 8am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

31 Aug 2018 9:53:36 am By Zoe Green Comments Products,

EuroWalls Photo courtesy of Kedron Caravans

Introducing Aussie Traveller’s new lightweight Euro Walls

There’s no question as to why annexes are so popular among caravanning enthusiasts. Not only does a standard annexe double the living space in your caravan, but it also offers protection from the elements, blocking the scorching Aussie sun in summer and keeping you sheltered from heavy winds and rain in storm season.

We have been providing Aussie caravanners with high-quality annexes and awnings for over 30 years, and we’re now excited to share our latest innovation bringing annexes to a whole new level, the Euro Walls.


Introducing, what we believe is, the nation’s lightest caravan living walls, the Euro Wall

We’ve spent the last 18 months working with industry specialists to develop a solution for customers that addressed the pain points experienced when using annexes during their travels. We set out to create a product that was fast and easy to set up and clean, lightweight and retained the high-standard of quality we ensure for all of our products.

 Customised sizes to suit using lightweight quality European fabric with an innovative layout that features a zip in, zip out fly screen or PVC panel, the Euro Walls are being hailed as the latest must-have caravan accessory for Aussie Travellers.


Euro Wall Top features

Here’s what’s so great about our new Euro Walls: 

     *  Manufactured using lightweight and high strength European material, providing a 25% - 30% weight reduction on traditional wall fabrics.
     *  Modern design and colours in black and grey.
     *  Fully waterproof.
     *  Zip in/zip out interchangeable PVC window panel or mosquito mesh fly screen
     *  Vinyl mud skirt made to measure for each vehicle, providing a wind and bug barrier.
     *  The strong but lightweight material allows the transmission of natural light –this contrasts to traditional canvas that blocks out all the light.
     *  Quick and easy to set up and clean.
     *  Fitted with our popular Anti-Flap Kit which minimises wind flap and provides a wind and water proof seal between the walls and the awning.


How to get your hands on one

Here’s a walk-through video of the Euro Walls from the team at Kedron Caravans to check out the features!

All of Aussie Traveller’s Euro Walls are measured and customised to match each individual Caravan/Motor Home in our production facility in Brisbane Want to see the walls for yourself? Visit one of our showrooms in Clontarf or Campbellfield to see them in action!

Our Clontarf showroom is open from 8am until 5pm Monday to Friday and from 8am until 4pm on Saturday. Our Campbellfield showroom is open from 8am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.




3 Aug 2018 10:52:40 am By Zoe Green Comments Products,

We’re celebrating our 30th anniversary in the $2B caravanning industry this month!

With 30 years in the business, we’re still the only Australian manufacturer of custom made awnings

It’s been a mammoth few months for the Aussie Traveller team, as we attended our thirtieth show at the Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow at the Brisbane Showgrounds, while we’ve simultaneously been celebrating a big 30 years in the business!

How time flies! From what started out as two-person operation with just one product for sale (our famous Coolabah awning), to what’s grown into a substantial business with more than 50 staff members and a wide range of loved products by caravanning enthusiasts, it’s been a crazy three decades for Aussie Traveller.

We had a chat to Aussie Traveller’s Founder and Director Michael Freney to find out more about how today’s caravanning and RV industry is vastly different to how it was in the 1980s. Here’s what he had to say.

Mike, tell us a little bit about what the caravanning industry looked like when you first started out in 1988?

Back then, family holidays were spent at beachside caravan parks every school holiday in May, August and December. Caravanning was affordable and offered a chance to reconnect with nature and enjoy a relatively cheap holiday.

It was also the mining boom era where there were no mining camps available to house workers. They all stayed in caravans and awnings and annexes offered respite from the four walls of the small van, while offering protection from the elements.

Have you witnessed a growth or decline in the caravanning industry since you started out? 

Caravan production grew very quickly in the eighties. The eighties really were the peak years for caravans, with up to 37,000 caravans manufactured each year in Australia during that time. After that, it dropped significantly to around 4,500 caravans manufactured around 1991 and since then we’ve seen it grow pretty steadily to where the industry has been producing 20,000 to 22,000 units of caravans, campers and motorhomes each year for the last five years.

You’ve recently attended your 30th Brisbane Caravan Show. How have you seen the caravan shows change over the last 30 years?

The caravan shows brought in a good 70 percent of our annual revenue in the first ten years of running the business. Shows were limited to one major show per state and people travelled from all over to look at vans, awnings, annexes and accessories and ordered on the spot. We would then spend the next few weeks travelling to visit show customers at their home, to measure up their touring vehicles for awnings and annexes. These days, shows form another part of the research phase alongside digital research, but the number of options on the market make the decision-making stage much harder. We also measure and fit in our own facilities now!

The show we just attended at the Brisbane Showgrounds was great! We had a really busy week speaking with customers about our latest products. This year, we found the star of the Show was our Euro Walls which received a lot of interest from attendees!

Want to know more about the incredible products behind Aussie Traveller’s 30-year strong reputation? Check out our full suite of products here.

 Aussie Traveller 1988


Aussie Traveller 2018 


12 Jul 2018 12:05:18 pm By Zoe Green Comments Exhibitions/Shows,
Driving off into the suset
Everything you need to know about awnings

Awnings are quite literally the extension to your touring vehicle, offering you a space of respite and comfort outside the walls of your Caravan, Camper or Motor Home. While we all love to get away, it’s usually for the great outdoors, and not to be stuck inside a four or five-meter space all day! The area becomes a great entertaining spot for neighbouring travellers, without having to invite them into the confines of your home away from home.

A great awning set up will set you apart from other travellers!


What you need to know about awnings

Awnings are great for both personal and commercial use

Awnings aren’t just for caravanning and motorhome travellers, though we fit many of these every week! Awnings are great particularly for businesses and not for profits who engage with the community through events and meet and greets. Awnings allow you to set up a shaded area and chairs for a comfortable chat and can help you convert the community into customers or engaged stakeholders.

We often fit awnings for charities, ambulance, SES and police vehicles to give them respite from the harsh sun when working outside, which helps stimulate the senses and improve alertness for the day ahead.


There are different types of awnings

Depending on where your touring vehicle is manufactured, you are likely to have either a roll out awning or box awning fitted to your van, which will either be manual or electric.

Roll out awnings are often associated with vans of USA origin, while European brands favour box awnings (also called the cassette awning or folding arm awning). Both awning styles obviously do the job of framing and giving structure to your canvas or vinyl, they are just designed differently.

The roll out awning is mostly an uncovered roller with vinyl fabric attached that is affixed to the side of your van. It provides shade with two sturdy arms and rolls back into position with ease. Some believe this is the stronger of the two awning styles but we have not seen this in our every day dealings with both styles. It does expose the material to the elements though but we sell  Awning Protectors to minimise UV and moisture damage.

The box awning engages springs in the folding arms that extend from the side of the van. The legs fold down from the front profile and can be fixed to the ground or back to the side of the van. These along with the arms provide stability.


Popular awnings in Australia

For popular awnings in Australia, check out Coolabah and Sunburst for awnings manufactured and assembled in Australia, and Thule of which we are the exclusive distributor. If these aren’t quite right for your needs, have a chat with us because Aussie Traveller is the only Australian manufacturer with the ability to custom make awnings using premium materials and products.


Sizing up your awning

Awnings come in different sizes, from small window privacy awnings to full length bus awnings, and everything in between.

When you need to install the awning from scratch, you will need to take into consideration lights, curved roofing, doors and hatches and more to help work out the best position. When measuring your roll our awning awning for a replacement fabric, be sure to use the imperial system and measure between the centre of the two awning arms, as well as the fabric itself to make sure you don’t find yourself short!

Awnings really make a caravan or touring vehicle come to life! It’s where you will find yourself preparing and eating meals, playing cards or scrabble, enjoying happy hour with neighbours, reading a book and planning your next adventure! Make sure you get the shade and space right first time, and book an appointment with our team to work out what’s best for you and your vehicle. 

We also have a video tutorial here on how to set up your awning in under 10 minutes – it's an oldie but a goodie!

28 May 2018 4:32:40 pm By Zoe Green Comments Tutorials,

Aussie Traveller’s new 3-way fridge puts the tropics to the test

Keep your cool with our new 3-way absorption fridge!

When it comes to caravanning and motorhome touring, there are equipment and components that are nice-to-have, and then there’s those items that are essential to staying on the road longer.

As passionate travellers ourselves, we know that keeping your food and drinks cold is essential, meaning a fridge is a must have for any caravan or motorhome.

If you’re in the market for a fridge upgrade – perhaps your seals aren’t performing, it’s starting to run loud and hot, or the temperatures just aren’t cutting it – you need to check out Aussie Traveller’s new Australian made XCD caravan and motorhome fridge.

The XCD offers exceptional cooling power with the functionality of an absorption fridge to accommodate even the harshest of summer temperatures. That’s right! It’s a ‘Tropics’ graded fridge meaning it acts as the perfect cooling solution for travellers on the road without compromising efficiency.

If you’re weighing up the pros and cons between compressor and three-way fridges, you will likely find that each one sacrifices and compromises in some way.

Usually three-way fridges fair really well with their silent running and ability to power up by battery, electricity or gas, but are sometimes let down on just how cool they get.

We wanted to create a solution that offered customers the best of both worlds!

The XCD fridge comes in both a 90L and 180L capacity, with the fridge temperatures capable of achieving temperatures of 2-3 degrees Celsius, and the freezers -15 to -18 degrees Celsius.

It also features a handy Energy Selection option so that it automatically chooses the best power supply available, or you can set it to have manual control of preferred power consumption.

The three-way fridge could solve potential power supply issues, which is extremely handy when on the road for long periods of time and away from main power supply, as it is extremely efficient on 13g/hr propane gas and can stay cold for up to three weeks on a single 9kg gas bottle.

With a latch to prevent opening while travelling, the ability to select the hinge on either the left side or the right, and the choice of two sizes in a stylish black design, we have designed Aussie Traveller’s XCD fridge to suit a range of weather conditions and replace most existing 3-way fridges in caravans and motorhomes.

To see Aussie Traveller’s XCD 3-way fridge up close, visit our showroom in Clontarf Queensland or Campbellfield Victoria.

2 May 2018 4:24:12 pm By Zoe Green New Product, Fridge, 0 Comments Products,

Sydney Caravan Show

Ready to upgrade accessories for your caravan or motorhome? Check out our exclusive show specials first!

Bag a bargain at the 2018 NSW Caravanning Camping Holiday Supershow

We’re gearing up for another great show at the Caravanning Camping Holiday Supershow, with the Rosehill Garden Racecourse gates opening from 24-29 April 2018.

Our new Aussie Traveller XCD three-way fridge and roof-mounted 3600 air conditioner will be on show for you to see up close, and we encourage you to ask as many questions as you want! Open and close the fridge door, listen to how quiet it runs, check out its easy to use control panel, and feel first-hand how efficient the air conditioner runs, even in a busy show ground!

Our new 90L and 180L XCD fridge comes complete with removable shelves, custom hinges and an Energy Selection feature so it chooses the best power supply for you. Capable of achieving temperatures of 2-3 degrees Celsius and freezer temperatures at -15 to -18 degrees Celsius, the absorption fridge is perfect for long off-road journeys and will withstand the warmer climates of Australia.

Also combatting our warm weather and heavy rains is our new roof mounted air conditioner with an adjustable airflow and added LED lighting. Unobtrusive and quiet running, the Aussie Traveller 3600W air conditioner will create a pleasant environment inside when it's tough going outside.

The 90L fridge normally retails from $1,164, but show customers can bag a bargain for $1,050 or if you need more space, pick up the 180L fridge and freezer combo for $1,850.

The air conditioner can be purchased with a show special for just $1,600 normally $1,750 so now is a great time to buy! These prices are only valid if purchased at the show, and go back to full price after the show.

Of course, there’s plenty more on display at our exhibition stand! Check out our show specials on annexes, awnings, doors, air conditioners, generators and more. Did you know we are the only Australian manufacturer with the ability to custom-make awnings? Come over to us for a chat at the show and tell us know about your touring vehicle so we can help bring shade, coolness and safety to your caravan or motorhome.  

Tickets to the show are available at the Caravanning Camping Holiday Supershow,

Make a note of Stand 296 – that’s where you will find us!

2018 Sydney Caravan Show
Stand 296 at Rosehill Racecourse
24th to 29th April 2018
9:30am to 5pm daily


24 Apr 2018 8:23:00 am By admin Show, 2018, Sydney, NSW, Comments Exhibitions/Shows,
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