2012 Kakadu XT – price negotiable
Webasto hot water heater and ducted hot air heating with two speed fan.
Hot/cold shower connection and hose/shower head with stand-alone shower/toilet cubicle
All stainless kitchen. Three burner gas stove.
60l Engle Fridge/Freezer – works beautifully – gets to minus 18 degrees Celsius
Fully serviced and everything working beautifully (latest receipt attached)
Standard Water Tank (90lt) and Secondary Tank (80lt) – 3rd water pump to draw from external sources
Light in Pantry (lined and with extra shelf and retaining lines)
Queen inner-spring mattress with canvas bag (super comfy)
Reading Lights (LED)
Extended draw bar with Bike Rack and clamps
Awning has skylight with velcro cover for hot days, removable velcro cover to mesh vent for cool nights. Comes with all walls and vinyl under kitchen sealing panel. All zips are heavy duty and work perfectly. Silver roof insulation mat does show signs of age but could be flipped to give it another lease of life.
Spare set of Wheel Bearings
Toilet with chemicals
Solar Panels (130 Watt Bosch) Australian made with carry bag and two extension leads. Three 20lt Diesel Jerry Cans, Two 20lt Water Jerry Cans.
Whole bunch of extras – two clothes lines, pots/pans 15amp extension lead, two comfy lay back chairs, two stretchers, dining table with two bench seats, side table for bedroom area, hooks for towels/hats etc. Camp oven. Three legged bbq/hot plate for fire. Marshmallow Roasting Spike!
Chainsaw, collapsible bucket and extension waste water hose with clamp, 5 large sand pegs and numerous normal pegs.
We have loved this camper, we purchased her for a wonderful 3 month trip through winter up to Broome and Margaret River in 2012. Since then she has been to Fraser Island, Kangaroo Island and a few other trips. She isn’t new but is in great condition. Everything that ever needed attention or replacing was done by the wonderful team at Complete Campsite. As we have come to expect, everything is built to perfection and has lasted brilliantly. Our kids are getting older, are taller than us in one case and want to do different types of holidays.
These photos were taken during on our recent holiday to South Australia. I’ll put in a shot of the set-up at Francois Peron National Park in WA from our Grand Adventure – our favourite ever camp site.
Could be purchased with a 2011 Land Rover Discovery 3.0HSE with hidden winch, UHF radio, electric brakes, inverter, 4 spare wheels, etc. which has been the perfectly matched tow vehicle.
Open to suggestions and negotiation.