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Camper Trailer Hire

Camper Trailer Hire

We have a number of unique models to choose from, with a range of On Road and Off Road camper trailers for hire. Our Australian made and designed trailers are easy to tow with low wind resistance, quick set-up and re-pack times and a number of excellent features.

Features include:

  • Above ground sleeping area
  • Storage area inside the trailer
  • Bed area, living room and awning setup all in 1 motion
  • Built in vinyl floors in all campers plus ground sheet and marine carpet
  • All units come fitted with slide out removable stainless steel topped kitchen utility bench with plastic storage tubs
  • Mattress protectors and all necessary equipment to set up

With great rates and a discount scheme for long term hires, our camper trailers are good value for large families and groups.

Rates include unlimited kilometers and units can be taken Australia wide.

Delivery and pick-up service available (charges apply).

Pricing

Pricing

Camper Trailer Hire

Trailer Standard Hire Rate 7 Days 14 Days 21 Days 28 Days 35 Days**  
Double Safari $58.00 per day ** $406 $771 $1072 $1315 $1502 Minimum hire 3 days **
Double Off Road $64.00 per day ** $448 $851 $1183 $1452 $1658 Minimum hire 3 days **

Long Term Rates Available

Camper Trailer Sales

Trailer Camper Trailer Top Only
Double Safari From $16,495 inc GST $11,565 inc GST
Double Off Road From $18,799 inc GST $11,565 inc GST

Options

Option Price
Double Camper, Extra room (hutchie) $880.00
Extra zip and fly (Double Camper only) $165.00
Mesh walls for awning, to suit camper trailer $245.00 – $399.00
Aluminium ladder $199.00
12 oz Canvas all over. Side – Double Side $240.00 – Double $280.00
Kitchen Utility Bench $920.00
Jerry can holder to tool box $430.00
H/D power cable including 175 amp plug $99.00
Matching H/D power wiring loom for vehicle $120.00 + $25.00 fiiting
Upgrade to Treg polyblock $220.00
Fit shockers to Safari camper $260.00
Electric Brakes. B Class – C class B $515.00 – C $660.00
64 litre poly water tank with stone guard and fittings $395.00
Extra tyre 15″ safari – off road (Standard) $104.00 – $175.00
Extra tyre 16″ off road (Standard) $220.00
Upgrade to standard 16″ from sandard 15″ o/road $355.00
Rear swing-a-way tyre carrier double o/r only $195.00
Stone Guard $120.00
Front Tailgate to Swing-away Toolbox $995.00

Off Road Sales

Off Road Camper Trailer Sales

Deluxe Side Off Road Camper Sales

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  • Queen size mattress
  • 50mm x 50mm x 3mmsq. Tube chassis all galvanized
  • Rigidized galv. tailgates, guards & tub. Wall & floor in 1 pressing with centre seamweld,integral to chassis for high strength durability and sealing.Proof coated under body
  • 8 leaf x 1250kg floating rear shackle springs, 60mm wide inc 2 mains & vertical mounted gas shock absorbers
  • Hydraulic override drum brakes as standard, disc & electric versions available
  • 50mm H/Duty dura flex axle, “C” class bearings for extra long life
  • Polyblock coupling, 100 x 50 x 3mm drawbar welded to front spring hangers
  • 3 new Sunraysia rims & D/Dueller tyres (tubeless)
  • F & R tailgates swing open with spare tyre mount to 1 only, lockable
  • Carries up to 11 jerry cans of fuel or water plus 2 x 4.5kg gas bottles around exterior of trailer in basic format all with rubber backing strips
  • Full-length toolbox, tow points fitted stone guard inc
  • Heavy duty, pneumatic jockey wheel clamp type + carry clamp on guard
  • 7-pin plug & H/Duty wiring loom, metal encased for protection
  • 12 mths registration, Compliance Plate Fitted

Deluxe Double Off Road Camper Sales

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  • Weight approx. 780kg
  • Two queen size mattress
  • Rigidized galv. tailgates, guards & tub. Wall & floor in 1 pressing with centre seamweld, integral to chassis for high strength, durability and sealing Proof coated under body
  • 50mm x 50mm x 3mmsq. Tube chassis all galvanized
  • 8 leaf x 1250kg floating rear shackle springs, 60mm wide inc mains & vertical mounted gas shock absorbers
  • Hydraulic override drum brakes as standard, disc & electric versions available
  • 50mm H/Duty dura flex axle, “C” class bearings for extra long life
  • Polyblock coupling, 100 x 50 x 3mm drawbar welded to front spring hangers
  • 3 new Sunraysia rims & D/Dueller tyres (tubeless)
  • F & R tailgates swing open with spare tyre mount to 1 only, lockable
  • Carries up to 11 jerry cans of fuel or water plus 2 x 4.5kg gas bottles around exterior of trailer in basic format all with rubber backing strips
  • Full-length toolbox, tow points fitted stone guard inc
  • Heavy duty, pneumatic jockey wheel clamp type + carry clamp on guard
  • 7-pin plug & H/Duty wiring loom, metal encased for protection
  • 12 mths registration, Compliance Plate Fitted

Hire Conditions

Contract of Hire : Responsibilities of Hirer

The hirer agrees to details as described in the agreement to hire and becomes liable for costs as listed overleaf, and the responsibilities of hirer as laid out in the following conditions upon signing of this document or payment of the mandatory deposit/bond fees.

DEPOSIT/BOND and full amount of HIRE FEE are due and payable before commencement of hire.

BOOKINGS – are NOT considered confirmed until deposit/bond has been received and in the case of cheques or money orders amounts tendered have been cleared by the respective bank, credit union, society or postal authority.

CANCELLATIONS

  • 28 | to 21 days | 75% deposit/bond refund
  • 21 | to 14 days | 50% deposit/bond refund
  • 14 | to 7 days | 25% deposit/bond refund
  • 7 days or less | nil deposit bond refund

CLEANING: Return of camper, ancillary equipment and accessoriesin clean and good order: Minor dust to inside camper & trailer where normal vacuuming & washing can easily remove, however a minimum cleaning fee of $50 will apply where camper is returned in unacceptable condition or soiled canvas which requires extra cleaning or where the hirer elects to return camper in as is condition requiring extra/above standard cleaning procedures.

TYRES: Cost of punctures throughout the period of hire become the responsibility of the hirer or will be charged at the normal repair fee should unit be returned with a puncture. A wear % is applied to tyres fitted on pick up so as not to disadvantage both parties in relation to costs incurred below.

The cost of replacement tyres should they be required due to shredding or blowout throughout the period of hire are the responsibility of the hirer. In the event of tyre being unsafe for further use for whatever reason DCTH or agent needs to be notified (if practically possible) before any purchases are made en-route and receipts need to be supplied otherwise re-imbursement may be denied. This clause applies to a tyre failing under normal operating conditions as expected for the tyre type, but does not apply to a tyre failing due to staking, cutting of tread or sidewall where placed under adverse conditions or situations where the tyre is punctured and hirer continues towing (whether aware or not of puncture) and then causes irreparable damage to tyre. Where a failed tyre is not returned to DCTH or proof of such failure provided then it will be deemed that the hirer is at fault and becomes fully liable for replacement cost of tyre (and rim ifapplicable) with fair wear and tear allowed for as documented above. Replacement tyres are to be of the same size and ply rating as was originally fitted to trailer upon pick up.

INSURANCE: excess of $1500 is applicable to all hires where damage resulting from an accident (either multiple or single vehicle) or theft occurs during the period of hire, whether insurance is listed as a separate item or included within the standard rates. Where damage to the camper is of a value up to or less than $1500 the hirer is responsible for payment of repairs; however should a 3rd. party be responsible for damages caused to the camper whether by collision, accidental or malicious and the claim can be proved against this 3rd. party, and DCTH is then paid for damages resulting to the camper these monies will be refunded to the hirer up to the $1500 excess applied less any legal costs involved. Deposit/bond monies already paid can be applied to the above clause, given that the cost of any missing items as supplied under the hire contract are deducted first and should the damage be of a greater value than the dep/bond paid, DCTH has a right to collect from the hirer the balance of payment up to the $1500 excess. Should any collection costs be incurred for this amount then the hirer becomes responsible for payment of these collection costs being over and above what is owed to DCTH from the preceding clauses. In the event of theft DCTH is under no obligation to provide a replacement unit. In the event of accidental damage to a camper and the hirer elects to leave unit “in situ” and not return camper to place of hire or repair where the hirer could have reasonably done so then costs listed under RETURN section will apply.

DAMAGE & LOSS: Cost of repair of any wilful, negligent,malicious or accidantal damage or loss occurring during the period of hire: This cost to be deducted from dep/bond monies. The hirer also agrees to pay to DCTH any costs of such damage which are in excess of the dep/bond monies already paid plus costs of any fees incurred by way of legal process to recover these monies. Cost of repairs to canvas not considered as fair wear and tear to also apply under this clause.

THE HIRER: as documented on this contract agrees not to leave or place camper in asituation where it would be susceptible to damage or loss from:

  • Natural disasters eg, fire, flooding, earthquake or severe storm activity where prior knowledge of such activity is common place and/or warnings had been officially issued.
  • Acts of terrorism, war, demonstration or protest or use of the camper to conduct illegal activities.
  • Towing the camper whilst under the influence of alcohol or allow other person/s to tow under influence of alcohol proven to be above the state blood alcohol limit.
  • Towing camper or allow other person/s to tow whilst under the influence of drugs.
  • Towing camper with unregistered, unroadworthy, or unsafe vehicle as deemed by legislation of state or territory of vehicle operation, or tow withover-loaded vehicle.

*Failure to adhere to any or all of the above clauses a) – e) of above section voids all insurance claim and hirer agrees to become responsible for all costs incurred in recovery & repairs to camper and supplied accessories plus costs of any legal process entered into for recovery of same.

RETURN of hired camper and all extras and accessories as listed in contract overleaf by the return date or replacement cost of same.

Late returns will be charged at normal pre discounted daily rates for each day past the nominated return date, unless previously advised by hirer or arrangements have been made to accommodate a later return time.

Cost of retrieval incurred through non return of hired camper or accessories to place of original hire as listed in the schedule overleaf by the due date unless alternative arrangements have been made.

NB If late return is due to the failure of unit en-route, costs listed under this condition may be waived, provided DCTH is notified immediately and proof of such failure is provided.

CLAIMS DCTH will suffer no claim from the hirer for re-imbursement for accommodation, fees, loss of deposits, compensation or any extra and sundry costs involved due to the failure of one of our campers or charged accessories either from accidental damage, mechanical breakdown or such similar event irrespective of whatever cause or event during the period of hire.

DCTH or agents will suffer no claims from the hirer in relation to any liability from the use of a DCTH supplied camper or accessory.

DCTH agrees to provide a camper of the hirers choice or a unit of same or similar qualities should one not be available at time of hire

MECHANICAL failure, breakdown or camper un-roadworthiness is to be reported as soon as practicably possible to DCTH for assessment and repairs. Claims for unauthorised and unsubstansiated repairs will be denied and may result in extra charges applied to hirer for correcting substandard workmanship or tampering. The hirer is not authorised to effect repairs to a camper without express permission being given by DCTH. Exception to this clause is in event of camper in remote area with no available assistance then permission to effect repairs to resume travel is given.

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