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OZtrail Camping Equipment

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OZtrail Tourer

Latest review: For a relatively cheap tent this has been great. We used this it for 6 years, and it held up well to being jumped on by toddlers, fallen on by drunkards, heavy rain, crazy wind, dusty festivals, hot


OZtrail Mitchell Expedition Single Swag

Latest review: The Mitchell line of swags were renamed and changed slightly somewhere in 2016/2017. The Expedition has a waterproof PVC base instead of canvas in the previous model. It comes with a 5cm thick foam


Oztrail Blitz 2 Tactix

Latest review: The tactix is in camouflage colour and is very easy to put up or take down,as all popup tents are. Very durable material, no sagging of the middle part of the tent (as I've seen in other brands). The


OZtrail 25 Watt 12V Comet Campsite Light

Latest review: Of all the camping items, this light is our favourite. Gives a large area of light, compact when disassembled, 12 volt charging, dimmable Ground spike needs to be beefed


Oztrail Outback Comfort

Latest review: When you buy a sleeping bag you can really only rely on reviews. It's not like you can try them out first, so there is always some apprehension as to whether they perform to your expectations. Well,


OZtrail Easy Fold Stretcher Tent

Latest review: The Oz trail Stretcher tent is almost there as a dominant camping must. I really like the product idea but no one as yet can make a decent QUALITY product. The Oz tent version didn’t really offer any


OZtrail Tasman

Latest review: I haven't taken this tent camping yet, but have set it up at home. It's much lighter and easier to set up than the canvas cabin tent it replaces. The colours are pleasing and will blend into the


OZtrail Folding Table with Storage FTA-FTST-B

Latest review: Great little unit for weekend (or longer) camping. It didn't come with set up instructions, but it was pretty easy to figure out where the little loose odds and ends went. The 'feet' are


OZTrail Mitchell

Latest review: Following my first night in the swag my 2 main observations are: the mattress needs to be a little denser to allow for womens hips on their sides and the inner flyer zips. They need to be square


Oztrail Gazebo Portico Tent 3.0

Latest review: I recently took the portico tent out for the first time and for the price I paid which was $130 I thought it was fine. I don’t think I would ever use it without a tarp coming from the gazebo over the


Oztrail Seascape Dome

Latest review: After first night of use there was a rip on the floor and fly mesh. And the exterior was riped a little aswell. Was great during the rain overnight we never got wet but was condensation in the tent.


Oztrail High Tower

Latest review: Appalling design only for fair weather camping. Tiny pieces of Velcro supposed to keep windows closed. Too upright and flimsy. Not fit for


OZtrail Starlight

Latest review: Fully agree with Heidi, the OZtrail Starlight tent is unusable, even in drought stricken Queensland managed to get wet at night, fly touching the internal tent causes pooling of water at foot of


OZtrail Wentworth

Latest review: I think the picture on the box is misleading. It appears to be so rigid and hold great shape. In reality the centre sags, i have to camp under something to tie and lift centre of swag up. Definately


Oztrail Ultimate All Weather Stretcher

Latest review: We are now on our second one of these, after the first came out of the bag with a tear in the mesh and we had it replaced. That should have alerted us to the poor quality of this product. We have


Oztrail Anywhere Bed

OZtrail Cabin