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Barossa Caravans

The Barossa is well designed and has a sleek exterior with checker plate front, ail-comp sides and not to mention its bright white cladding. The Barossa is equipped externally with a tunnel boot, generator hatch, spare wheel mounted to the back bumper, fold-out picnic table, gas bayonet and external speakers. Built to function, the Barossa will surely get you to any destination your heart desires.

Internal Features

  • 12V, 240V USB combo over Tri-fold Table
  • 2 DOOR Fridge / Freezer - 18IL 3- Way
  • 700 x 500 Hatch Overbed
  • 700 x 500 Hatch Rear
  • Air Conditioning – Reverse Cycle Low Profile Roof Mount.
  • Bed Top 2 Doors
  • Ceramic Toilet
  • Drawers on Rollers
  • Dirty Clothes Hamper on ensuite
  • Exhaust fans over toilet & shower
  • Full – Height Kitchen splashback
  • Grab Handle
  • Hot Water System – 22.6L
  • L shape Dinette with Table
  • L.E.D. Down Lights
  • Mattress – Innerspring with Pillow – top
  • Piano Hinge
  • Plastic stripping around inside edge of all cupboards
  • Push Button Locks
  • Separate switch for hot water system
  • Speakers – 2 x Internal
  • Storage under bed
  • Stainless Steel Microwave
  • Stereo CD/DVD/MP3 Radio System
  • TV - 22” Digital
  • Vent on bed room
  • Washing Machine – 3kg
  • Windows – Double Glazed

External Features

  • 1 x 150W Solar Panel with Regulator
  • 1 x Deep – Cycle Battery with Charger
  • 2” Raised
  • 2 x 95L Water Tanks
  • 2x Gas Bottles – 9kg on front
  • 6” A Frame
  • Awning & 2 x Awning Lights
  • External 12V, 240V and TV Sockets
  • Front & side Checker Plate
  • External Speakers x 2
  • Gas Bayonet
  • Jockey Wheel on A – Frame
  • Picnic Table
  • Reverse Camera
  • Spare wheel on front or back
  • Sensor Antenna
  • High ridge Cladding – White

Floor Plan

Practicality plays a major role in this and you need to be sure you are making all the right decisions when choosing a caravan. After all, this is your ‘home away from home’ and it has to be right. In the past in order get the comforts of home into a caravan you would end up towing a huge super-sized, heavy thing. That is if you have a gas guzzler to tow it. At the other end of the spectrum, if you are constantly bashing your head on overheads, tripping over wheel boxes, elbowing one another during dinner, or just not being able to wash the dirty bits while in the shower.

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