Best Campervans, Trailers, & Caravans
Small and simple to tow with a variety of floor plans to suit different sized travelling groups, Jayco’s Camper Trailers might have what it takes to accompany you on your next adventure.
Easy to tow
Plenty of space
Quality control sometimes inadequate
JB Caravans have the brawn to get you across all kinds of terrains, letting you explore off the beaten path.
Effortless to tow
Exceptional and prompt servicing
The caravans in the New Age Manta Ray range are durable, comfortable, and available in a range of sizes for a variety of terrains - they’re built for travellers of all stripes.
Simple to haul
Some finishes not particularly durable
The GIC Black Series Dominator can tackle tough terrain while offering caravan-like levels of comfort, helping you make anywhere feel like home.
Price (RRP) $15,900
Latest review: We love the versatility and usability of our M3! Smooth driving and extremely good turning circle the vehicle cruises along the road sweetly. There is heaps of room in the cabin and in the house and
Offering easy hauling, a variety of layout options, and features that make your mobile home feel like a regular home, there’s a caravan in the A’van Aspire Hardtop Series for everyone.
The Adria Altea combines functional, ergonomic living with contemporary interior decor to let you travel in comfort and style wherever you choose to go.
Caravans in the Ecotourer 510 Range offer spacious living and an aerodynamic design that makes for fuel efficient towing, so you can feel right at home on the road.
Latest review: tows verry well exelent good size van fore two & 2 dogs no real problems with sink tap leek but fixed promply i hav had many vans over lots of years top brands to but we are not only happy with
Latest review: The overall finish of the camper is pretty shoddy when you think what the asking price is. Others agree but reckon you can make improvements yourself, but why should
Latest review: We have a 2017 2165-4 and have travelled over 30000kms. No major problems whatsoever. Well looked after by Jayco Horsham. Tows well behind DMax. Would happily buy same van
Latest review: Air conditioning This seems to be a very common complaint, so won’t get standard aircon will find another solution. Towing Almost everyone says they tow well on the bitumen. Suspension Most people c
Latest review: Build quality is of excellent high standard. No leaks internal or external, van has been around aus twice no problems ever surfaced. Extremly reliable. Lay out is great, custom build built to set our
Latest review: Our Sterling Outback 17.55.7SH was purchased new in 2013 and after almost 50,000km of travel nothing significant has broken, fallen off, stopped working or leaked. With due care and reduced speed the
Latest review: I purchased at off road van 2020 before Covid hit and it’s a lemon. Would definitely not recommend this brand of van as it is put together by monkeys . Every time we go on a trip we have so many p
Latest review: We found the stabilizer legs also too far under the van to be used easily. We now put a stand under the tow bar and lower onto that - it is very stable and easy to use. The Tooradins are nose heavy
Latest review: Took delivery a year ago and van has lived up to expectations. Only fault is minor surface rust on G&S chassis. Easily fixed with a better quality paint. We added an Anderson weight distribution
Latest review: This is my third caravan and by far the best one I've ever bought for camping. You feel safe inside from the elements and it really holds up in tough terrain and harsh weather. Its easy to clean with
Latest review: As stated I purchased a Jayco Journey 17.53 from Canberra. The van leaked from the poorly connected instant gas hot water unit. Damaged the floor. Leaked into the boot. Leaked so bad that the entry
Latest review: Tows good quality not there anymore poor workmanship not finished like our 2012 supreme lots of small problems and not much back up poor hand over (35 mins ) even no gas in bottles ( always thought