Camping In Iceland With A Trayon Camper [VIDEO]

April 11th, 2018 | Camping, Off Road Camper, Slide on campers

Portable Solar Panels or Fixed Solar Panels? Why Not Both!

April 5th, 2018 | Camping, Trayon Blog

Are portable solar panels and solar powered camping setups really worth it, you ask? By reading this article, you can make up your own mind. Remember the good old days of camping? When the sun would fall beyond the horizon, the Kookaburras would start laughing, the stew would start bubbling on the fire, and just […]

Successful Camper Designs: The Best Shelter System

April 5th, 2018 | Camping, Slide on campers, Touring

The search for the right off road camper and shelter system can be an interesting, yet complex process. It’s all about finding something which perfectly suits your needs. Weight, facilities, comfort, size, bells and whistles. You name it, and there is a camper out there that will have it! However, in the hunt for that […]

What Vehicle Configuration Should I Get to Go with a Trayon Camper

March 6th, 2018 | Off Road, Off Road Camper, off road utility vehicles, Touring

To dual-cab, or not to dual-cab…..that is the Question! We are often asked by Trayon speculators and future customers, intent on exploring the far reaches of the Outback, “what sort of ute should I get to carry a Trayon?” There is a big variety of brands and models available these days, so it’s important to […]

Mercedes G class ute VS 79 Series Landcruiser: Apples vs Apples

March 1st, 2018 | Off Road, Ute Reviews

NOTE: There are quite a few review articles out there for the Mercedes G Class Ute but they compare it to the Toyota Landcruiser 79 series. One thing we noticed, is not one of them compared the two at a value for money angle. They all focused on the price point. This Review is completely […]

Australian Made Campers

February 28th, 2018 | Off Road Camper, Slide on campers

  The battle between Australian made products versus imported products has been raging ever since….well, who knows! But there is no sign of it slowing down, and it’s no different in the Australian made campers industry. As the non-for profit organization Australia Made has been pointing out for years, making the wrong decision can have […]

The Benefits of Camping: Stress Is Caused by Not Camping Enough!

February 8th, 2018 | Camping

A few years ago now, we posted a photo showing some campers relaxing and enjoying the benefits of camping with a Trayon. The tagline read ‘Stress is caused by not camping enough’. Little did we know just how fast that photo would spread. It turned viral! Here it is: It was great to see how […]

Off Road Camping: Convenience Comes at a Cost

February 8th, 2018 | Camping, Off Road Camper

Let’s be honest, it doesn’t matter what vehicle you’re driving or what type of shelter you’re camping in, it’s just great to be off road camping in the Outback! But, have you ever been off road camping and regretted the gear or camper/vehicle rig you bought? Maybe you couldn’t access certain tracks, it took too […]

Trayon’s New Off Road Trailer

January 8th, 2018 | Camping, Off Road Camper

You’ve seen plenty of off road trailers, but this is something revolutionary! Imagine a trailer built for Australia’s toughest terrain, which has three split personalities: a tradie’s work trailer during the week (did someone say tax deductions?) a workhorse for any odd jobs or a mobile ensuite on the weekend, and an off road camper […]

Slide on Campers: Do I need a 4WD Suspension Upgrade?

January 3rd, 2018 | Off Road Camper, Slide on campers

So maybe you’ve noticed that Trayon offer one of the lightest, if not the lightest, slide on camper in its class? After looking around at the slide on camper range, you may ask “do I still need to upgrade my vehicle’s 4WD suspension?” We Get Asked This Question Quite a Bit Many other slide on […]