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11 Reasons To Own a Trayon Camper

May 28th, 2019 | Camping, Touring Guide, Trayon Blog

In this story written by a Trayon Camper Owner, we hear about the travels of Trayon Camper #1076 named “Smokey”, in the words of its owner, Gary. It highlights 11 key reasons why Trayon is the way to go when looking at touring Australia from his perspective. Over to you, Gary…. Where the Adventure Began.. This […]

Fantastic Flinders Rangers – Off-road Guide

April 30th, 2019 | Camping, Off Road Camper, South Australia, Touring Guide

The Flinders Ranges is an iconic destination that arguably doesn’t get the accolades that many other places in Australia get. However this region is spectacular with magnificent landscapes, rugged mountains, deep and impressive gorges, creeks lined with River Red Gums and abundant wildlife. The Flinders Ranges stretches around 430kms from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna […]

Wonderful Wonnangatta Guide

March 30th, 2019 | Camping, New South Wales Camping, Off Road, Off Road Camper

The drive into (and out of) the Wonnangatta Valley is one of the iconic drives in the Victorian High Country with panoramic views traveling on many challenging 4WD tracks. There is plenty of historical sites to explore including cattleman’s huts on the high plains and the Wonnangatta Station site. The Station is infamous for the […]

25 Years Of Trayon

March 30th, 2019 | Camping, Slide on campers

March 2019 is a very big Milestone for Trayon Campers, and to explain why, we need to turn back the clock. Twenty-five years ago, it’s March 1994, and a new kid just moved on to the ‘slide on camper block’. For 50 years previous, the slide on camper market had been stalling, producing caravan style […]

Hay River Track Camping Guide

January 25th, 2019 | Camping, Northern Territory, NT, Touring, Touring Guide

Hay River Track Camping Guide The Hay River Track map above outlines our journey, it runs for 350km from the Plenty Highway near Jervois Station to Poeppels Corner in the Simpson Desert. Jervois Station is approximately 300km from Alice Springs, and Poeppels Corner is about 170km from Birdsville. The track ventures through Atnetye Aboriginal Land […]

Waterproofing Canvas Tents: The Hidden Art

November 22nd, 2018 | Camping

  There is something special about sleeping in a proper cotton canvas tent, but that special feeling is hard to explain. It’s just… comfortable. Perhaps it’s the smell. Or maybe it’s the fact it just feels like living breathing organic material. Alternatives like polyester just don’t have that same feel. Whatever it is, it works. […]

NSW North Coast 4WD Camping Guide

November 19th, 2018 | Camping, New South Wales Camping, NSW, Touring Guide

  The North Coast of NSW has some of the best beaches and campsites in Australia, many accessible by 4WD. With a slide on camper such as the Trayon you are well set to explore the best locations of this region. For this trip we’ll head to one of Australia’s best coastal campsites then explore […]

Camping In Iceland With A Trayon Camper [VIDEO]

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

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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 […]