Condamine Campers acquires Kelly Campers In a cooperative [...]
We’re finally starting to break the shackles of Covid isolation and heading out into the bush again so we though it would be a good time to look at the Condamine Compact Camper. After all, over all the months stuck indoors, you’ve probably got a bit too used to the comforts of home, like hot and cold water on tap, an inner-spring queen-sized mattress and a decent-sized kitchen. Will you miss these luxuries when you go bush? You could always get a full-sized caravan with everything that open and shuts. Yeah… nah… a caravan would restrict where you can get to. That secret fishing spot and that super steep descent into your favourite campsite would not be suited to a caravan. What you need is a camper that is ready to hook up to the ute or wagon at the end of the week that will just follow quietly behind you until you arrive at camp. Which is precisely what the Aussie-made Condamine Compact Camper does.
Could it be … a camper with all the spaciousness of a caravan? Hybrid campers are making a big mark on the camping/caravan market. We want the size of a camper but the amenity of a caravan. Not too much to ask, is it? Easier said than done? Hold the phone, the Condamine Camper is one hybrid that has hit the mark. In its towing mode, the Condamine Camper is only as wide as a Prado and about the same height. When it is set up, it has a huge amount of space inside. Room for two adults and two big kids, and it’s got an internal shower and toilet. Its huge awning covers the cooking area with enough room left for wet weather ball games.