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#779 trip from Kunda Park to Townsville
14-01-2013, 11:39 PM,
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#779 trip from Kunda Park to Townsville
Hi all, here are some photos of my new Trayon on it's first adventure from Kunda Park on the Sunshine Coast to the Gold Coast Hinterland, the Northern Rivers of New South Wales and up the coast to Townsville (during the first three weeks of December) followed by some in Townsville's Northern Beaches (first week of January).

Kunda Park
       
Maroochydore
       
Coochin Creek
   
Nudgee Beach
   
Fort Lytton
   
Springbrook
   
Clarrie Hall Dam
   
Sweetnam Park
   
Terrace Creek
   
Fourteen Crossings Road, Condamine River, Cambanoora Gorge
                           
Qld / NSW State Border
   
Border Ranges
   
Tweed Scenic Drive
   
Blackbutts Lookout
   
Nightcap National Park
   
Minyon Falls
   
Broadwater
   
Hastings Point
   
Mount Gravatt
   
Harrys Hut
   
Burrum Point
       
Kinkuna Camp Track
   
Morval Park
       
Deepwater National Park
   
Eurimbula National Park
   
Clairview
   
Conway Beach
   
Elliot River
   
Plantation Park
   

Toomulla Park
       
Bushy Parker Park
   
Balgal Beach
   
Rollingstone Creek
       
Saunders Beach
   
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16-01-2013, 04:06 PM,
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RE: #779 trip from Kunda Park to Townsville
Great photos! Did you enjoy the trip and the tray on?
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18-01-2013, 07:32 AM,
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RE: #779 trip from Kunda Park to Townsville
Hi Leigh,
Looks like you got straight into it, well done.
How did the ranger go?, im thinking of updating the old hilux with one. Also what were your first impressions with the Trayon, what little things did you like or would change or add?

cheers
Paul #726
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20-01-2013, 05:18 PM,
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RE: #779 trip from Kunda Park to Townsville
(16-01-2013, 04:06 PM)Shawcantravel Wrote: Great photos! Did you enjoy the trip and the tray on?

Thanks. I had a fantastic first trip with the Trayon, although with Rheumatoid Arthritis it does limit as to how much I am able to do each day. The Trayon is everything I expected and required in a camper is certainly far better than a tent or roof top tent that I have had previously.
Leigh

(18-01-2013, 07:32 AM)Bojayce Wrote: Hi Leigh,
Looks like you got straight into it, well done.
How did the ranger go?, im thinking of updating the old hilux with one. Also what were your first impressions with the Trayon, what little things did you like or would change or add?

cheers
Paul #726

The Ranger is a superb vehicle for the Trayon. The camper does not affect the vehicles performance whether at creek crossings, steep gravel tracks, soft sand tracks, cruising on the highway or accelerating quickly. You only need to add an extra booster spring to keep the vehicle level with the load on the tray.
When choosing a slide on camper I looked at about a dozen different models, not liking any of them, but when I first saw the Trayon I knew it was what I wanted.
The little things that liked and wanted included an inside cooktop with dining area, its design and layout, the shade / shelter under the bed when made up, is compact when packed down and it is quick and easy to set up.
Some little improvements on the to do list are an outside on / off switch for the fridge and a shower cubical that attaches to the camper.
Leigh
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