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Oztrail Deluxe Gazebo

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2.5 from 42 reviews



42 reviews
  • Value for Money
    1.3 (7)
  • Build Quality
    1.3 (7)
  • Ease of Use
    3.3 (7)



These are the only ones to buy. The 'standard' is to flimzy and the other brands ie spinifex are cheap imitations. The deluxe is easy to handle for an average height person, although if you are not used to lifting things be careful. they hold up in a gust of wind. around $200. How do they do it for the price.
easy to set up. waterproof roof, adjustable legs
not much. Don't like how they have changed the clip for the canapy from elastic to strap. Don't be to energenic folding out the roof frame



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Wellage problems


We put our new deluxe gazebo up and had some persistent but not that heavy rain. It suffered significant well age problems in the corners which made it useless. We can only recommend it as a sun shelter or for very light rain protection.
Easy to put up, good clips, a handy bag with wheels
Well age problems and can't be left up in the rain

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Questions & Answers



Are these meant to be non pooling?

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I presume you mean, does the roof of the Gazebo hold water.?
Even in heavy storms I have never had water stay on roof, or have to use methods to get it to drain.
So I am very happy. Also had tent
Erected in.bad weather and hasnt budged. Great for Seniors.


Yeah well mine is stretched out and fills like a bucket! Even dynabolted to concrete pad and guy ropes all tight! Guess i got the lemon but oztrail doesnt care!


Promoted as non pooling tho!



What is the height?

2 answers

sorry i havent the energy to look but must be 8mts

The height varies depending on which model Oztrail Gazebo you purchase and what height you put the legs (as the legs have a couple of different height variations). The 3m x 3m Deluxe 3.0 and Hydroflow Deluxe 3.0 Models have a maximum peak height of 3.35m and a maximum walk in height of 223cm

George M.

George M.asked

How do the vertical rails (hinged) fit to the gazebo poles?

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The "frame" is all one piece, The support poles and roof support is all one unit, if just concertinas and pulls out and collapses as one large piece. Very easy to put up and take down. Just put the cover on before you raise the support poles or you wont be able to reach to get the cover over the top.

The Scissor Arm Struts (vertical rails) are secured to the leg (gazebo pole?) via a couple of plastic fittings and a couple of screws for each plastic fitting. The Oztrail Gazebo are all joined together this way so there is no need to assemble anything, just pull the frame out, put the cover on (when the frame is about halfway open) and then secure it to the ground

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