Used Bushtracker caravans for sale – These rugged off road caravans are built tough and have a solid reputation for quality and strength, expect to pay good money for a used Bushtracker if you can find one!
Bushtracker Internal features
- Tasmanian oak doors and drawers dovetailed in the corners like Grandma’s furniture.
We use real rollers and guides on our doors & drawers, because it is the best.
Looped high efficiency long life fluorescent lights that burn half the power.
LED reading lights at bed
Bulkheads and bench tops all made of high quality waterproof ply, no chipboard or MDF is used in a Bushtracker.
High-grade fancy stainless sinks with chrome flick mixer
Australian made Swift stove, oven and grill with automatic ignition
Dometic 90L 3 way gas / 12V / 240V fridge, or you can upgrade to a compressor drive unit.
Custom designed internal layout
Custom internal colours including vinyl floor, bench tops, curtains, upholstery, timber doors and even van striping with literally thousands of potential combinations
More durable polyester resin finished panelling instead of the normal paper finish.
Positive locking marine grade cabinet catches, simply the best, instead of the flimsy type.
Gas struts to lift double beds for storage access underneath, just makes life easier.
- External construction
A Hot dipped galvanised A-frame not just tacked on the front, but runs right into the chassis.
Power / easy mover geared jockey wheel to move the van around, makes hooking up a breeze!
Off-road tyres and wheels, can be designed with stud pattern to match a range of tow vehicles.
Stone guards on the front, and no boot to bounce the stones back at the tow vehicle.
A heavy duty handbrake not the silly thing on a normal hitch.
A 4×4 hitch because a normal hitch only articulates about 22 degrees.Fully galvanised laminated double chassis
Departure angle on the back, for pulling up or backing up a steep bank. Necessary in any off-road caravan!
Fully independent and load sharing suspension that is also alignable in the bush, the best on the market
Two spares, yes you should have two and mounted on the front of the van where they should be (not on the rear where they contribute to ‘hobby horsing’ and sway) and mounted directly to the chassis.
Secondary stage underbody protection layer
Galvansied heavy duty wheel boxes