Adventurer tent minus annex floor, annex walls, and tailgate cover.
New "U" shaped doors rather than "D" shaped doors allow greater airflow as much larger. The doors are manufactured wider than the zips and therefor protects the zips from rain entering into your tent. Also reduces the chance of tripping over the bottom of the doors, which is common on "D" shaped doors.
A rear door enables a view in all directions from the bed.
Second annex roof added. All poles 16 in total are a replica of initial annex poles. All are 25mm galvanised heavy duty poles, rather than the standard 22mm zinc poles.
Different angle to show second annex roof added.
Three doors with standard Adventurer tent. Annex floor also added, this velcroes all the way around the tent and annex walls to totally enclose the anex area for sleeping in if required or general bug protection.
Another angle showing second annex roof added.
Different angle with second annex roof added.
Distant photo showing complete set up and double annex roof.
With second annex added you can utilize both canvas and midge mesh anex walls.
Front view with second annex and both sets of anex walls added. Front of mesh walls zipped open.
Side view of second annex roof with both sets of annex walls added.
Here is the type of set up you can create when adding a second annex roof. Canvas side wall removed.
Another design using second annex roof and removing a side wall. Can have walk through.
A different angle with annex floor removed.
Distant photo of set up using second annex and both sets of annex walls, with both canvas anex side walls removed.
Second anex roof, both sets of anex walls with midge mesh front panel removed.
When purchasing a second anex roof $395 all the parts come in seperate canvas bags
Here are all the components that come with the second anex roof $395 complete.
Second annex pole drawing.
Pole set up for second annex roof (spreader bars not added).
Annex walls, annex poles, tailgate cover, pegs and guy ropes strapped down before adding dust cover and grey PVC travel cover.
PVC sewn in around mattress to stop mattress from touching the canvas.
Bed board and frame dimensions.
Additional pieces of canvas sewn into stress points.
Plyboard bed base with inspection hatches removed.
To show the zip and velcro on the travel cover. The bottom of this cover is fitted into aluminium sail track which is screwed to the underneath of the bed base to totally protect the tent from the elements when travelling.
Looking through the midge mesh annex walls.
View from bed looking out through midge mesh annex walls.
Tent with all three mesh wall panels in place.
Side angle of tent with mesh walls in place.
All widow coverings have eyelets added and can be turned into mini awnings. Six extra poles guy ropes and pegs provided.
Tent with canvas side walls added, front wall removed. Anex walls are 3 piece with zips and velcro.
Annex floor added. This has velcro around the perimeter to attach to tent, tailgate cover and annex walls.
Close up of canvas and showing the exterior valance that the window covers tuck underneath for protection.
Exterior window cover rolled up and toggled back.
Initial pole set up for annex roof.
Double steel "D" rings for pegging down. These are also upgraded to stainless steel
Clear PVC added to the three main tent windows. The internal window covers have toggles half way down so that they can be held in place just below the midge mesh mesh. This allows light into the tent if raining, no need to completely close the external windows. The PVC also stops small children from pushing sharp toys and items through the mesh, but allows them to see outside. Even adults throwing belongings into the tent can tear midge mesh if it extends any lower than seen on our windows.
Full kit. Extra guy ropes, as well as guy ropes with springs, two types of pegs for different ground and 25mm galvanised poles supplied.
Tent with annex side walls and front wall zipped off.
Different angle with front anex wall removed
Two sets of annex walls provided. A 3 piece canvas zipped and velco walls plus a bonus set of midge mesh walls also 3 piece zipped, with additional zips in the side walls and the middle of the front walls for access. Both sets of walls are completely interchangable.
We have written easy to follow instructions and laminated them.
Canvas annex side walls with a mesh front wall. MIX' n' Match. Canvas side walls for privacy, sun block or wind breaks, with mesh front wall for airflow.
Spare parts kit provided which includes all small parts that could get damaged. We also supply tubes of beige and green repair compound. Should you put small holes in the canvas this compound will fill them in and blend in with the tent. No need to get a canvas repairer.
Roof protector storm cover fitted. This allows you to camp in the shade without worrying about sap, bird droppings etc ruining the canvas. The cover is 100% water proof so continuous rain is not a problem and even traps air underneath which can cool the tent down by up to 8 degrees.
Photo of front and rear doors
Tent in our showroom
We have added a panel inside the tailgate panel so you can open your rear door without having to remove the whole complete panel.
Tailgate panel with internal panel roled up.
We have had our grey travel cover height extended by 250mm to allow you to store more belongings iunderneath including tables, chairs etc.
Two airflow vents under the bed (zipped up) to allow access to water containers, jerry cans, battery box etc plus airflow into the main tent. Very helpful if anyone sleeping in theat area.
Airflow/access vents with right hand side zipped open.
Tent set up without annex walls, annex floor, or tailgate cover
Another view of airflow vents
Storm cover/roof protector $99 with an Austrack tent.
Another view of windows and doors.
Tent set up without annex walls or annex floor
Adventurer Tent fitted to Extreme off road camper.
We recently wanted to conduict our own water test. We welded a frame together attached a piece of canvas and then added 100 litres of water weighing 100kgs. We left it for one hour and not a drop of water leaked onto the cardboard below
Another view of water test.
Apparrel soon to be available
Tent on display inside one of our dealers camping shop
An out door living show 2008
A rack of light off road trailers inside our warehouse
We were asked to display our campers at the BCF store in Hervey Bay
An outdoor living show 2009