Yes, all our camper trailers and slide-on campers are manufactured in our factory, based in Lonsdale, SA. We are proudly a member of the Australian Manufactured Camper Trailers Guild (AMCTG), your true assurance of quality. You can be reassured that all our products and canvas are Australian made and have passed AMCTG strict quality audits and engineering compliance testing. The purpose of the AMCTG is to help guide consumers of the pitfalls that can cause your family dreams and ‘trip of a lifetime’ to be ruined ending in disaster.
Yes, we freight our campers regularly to Western Australia, Queensland, Sydney, New South Wales and Victoria and are fully insured during transit. We also find many of our customers make a special trip to come and pick up their camper, visit our showroom and make the most of what South Australia has to offer!
Yes we can manufacture an Easy Concept tent top to suit your own 7×4, 6×8 or 8×4 trailer.
Yes, Cameron Campers are also designed for people who find camping difficult, with its innovative design to make set up and pack up easier. We understand that you may have special needs and requirements in travelling and can offer you the ability to modify your camper trailer from standard or constructed accordingly to your individual requirements in size, shape, performance, annexe and awning specifications.
The Cameron off road can be taken to any destination that a production 4×4 vehicle can tow it and the heavy duty off road can be taken anywhere extreme off road vehicles can tow it. Cameron campers are extremely reliable and we have customers who have toured extensively off road around Australia and are very happy with their Cameron. Please visit our testimonials page for customer testimonials.
From time to time, call to inquire about current stock levels. Please also check out our pre-loved section on our website.
Yes, Please give us a call or a quick email with your contact phone number and we can forward relevant brochures and information. Many of our customers fly in or drive to visit our showroom. We are also on facebook and attend many caravanning and camping shows around Australia. Please visit our show page to find out where we will be next.
Please read the article titled ‘Caring for your canvas’ under the Articles tab for information on how to care for your canvas.
Our patented Easy tent top is especially designed to be easy to use and only takes seconds to set up and pack up. No pegs needed and even a 7 year old girl can do it! This unique patented design is only available on our Cameron camper trailers and Cameron Slide On Campers.
Yes, the price will depend on the type of repair required and also the model of the Camper. It is helpful to send us a photo of the damaged item and whether it is an Australian made product. The zip is the teeth and the slider is the pulley.
If your Camper is new, it may leak the first few times it is out in rain due to the stitching not yet “taking up” in the needle holes. We always recommend wetting down your Camper before use. This process will need to be repeated 2 to 3 times before your canvas will be water proof. If your Camper is older and has developed leaks or is taking in water, check out our accessories page for a range of products we stock that can restore water proofing and remove mould.
Yes. Refer to your Tent Pole diagram sheet given at handover and locate pole ID number. Email us a photo of the damaged pole and the pole ID number and we can post the replacement pole to you.
We have a range of touch up spray cans available that are color coded to match some Cameron camper models (please refer to the chart below for paint specifications for camper trailers based on year of manufacture). Please be aware that as we have been making camper trailers for over 30 years, some older trailers may have paint that are no longer available or we may not have the particular paint codes. If this applies, most paint shop suppliers can help match up the paint at a reasonable cost.
|CURRENT From August 2012 to current||From October 2011 to August 2012||From 2009 to Late 2011||OLDER|
|Wet Spray Colours – Honda||Wet Spray Colours||Powder Coat Colours||Wet Spray Colours|
|NH686M Honda Grey||Grey Metalic 363 Enamel: 1830B||Deep Brunswick Green 50068|
|R14 Dark Red Metalic Mitsubishi||Red Metalic 363 Enamel: 1214B||Precious Silver Pearl 57225|
|HNA2 Green (Landrover)||Green Metalic 363 Enamel: 0721B||Navy Blue 50282|
|M758 Silver||Silver Metalic 363 Enamel: 9237B||Claret Burgandy 32774|
|Black ST Ford Australia Silhouette Mica Metalic (Gloss)||Black Satin 19268|
|Commando 2017 to 2019 – NH686M Honda Grey. Commando 2019 to current – Special custom paint. Can buy spray can from Cameron Campers.||Precious Steel Pearl 57127|
|Conquest 2017 to 2018 – Silver Kinetic Pearl, Bright Silver Metallic; Black Gloss; Black Ripple||Metropolis/Storm Front Pearl 84684|
|Conquest 2019 to current – Mercury Silver; Onyx Pearl; Sensation Orange
Compact 2019 to current – Mercury Silver; Onyx Pearl
There are many accessories available, stone guards, kitchen and/or storage boxes, cooker and hot plates, etc. We can also provide annexe walls to your existing roof awning to make an enclosed room and this can be posted out to you. You can also upgrade from a camper trailer soft road cover to a framed dust cover for a free standing awning. If you have the extra room provision on your camper trailer, we can add an room/ensuite. If you would like prices, please contact us.
Cameron camper trailer models are designed and matched to cover the full range of vehicles from small sedans with a rated towing capacity of 800kg to the most extreme off road vehicles. The off road trailer model is suitable for towing behind vehicles from medium sized four cylinder sedans to heavy duty 4wd vehicles and is suitable for use in any conditions that these vehicles are capable of traversing. The On Road trailer model is very capable of being towed with a normal sedan or small wheel drive and the Heavy Duty On Road is suitable for going off road.
Please read the article titled ‘How to choose a camper’ under the Articles tab.
Please contact our friendly staff by phone or email and they can give you free technical assistance Australia wide. We also have an extensive country wide dealer network that can assist you with your camper trailer.
The Classic tent top is a tent with an original peg and pole design. This tent top requires pegs and guy ropes, takes only minutes to set up and requires 2 people to set up and pack up. The Classic annexe requires pegs and poles to set up. The Easy tent top is an easier to use patented innovative design that incorporates a range of features designed to make camping even easier and more comfortable. No pegs and poles is needed, has better styling, better water run-off and all the framework is internally incorporated, meaning you can start camping or sleeping in seconds. The Easy tent top is an easy one person operation. and has a wider ‘D’ door, is more sturdy and stronger and comes with an internal shelf. The Easy annexe is the easiest to get on and off and requires no guy ropes.
It is almost impossible to say without inspecting the bearings fitted. For instance, early trailers with 45mm axles, not just our camper trailers, tended to be fitted with Holden wheel bearings and hubs. Later models tended to be fitted with Ford wheel bearings, however this can vary depending on the supplier and what hubs the original customer specified. A similar situation exists with the 50mm axle hubs. They use a more specialised bearing which can vary considerably in specification. They can be tapered or parallel bearings with plain or marine seals and of varying diameters. Cameron Canvas can inspect your wheel bearings and replace them with the correct bearings from our stock or with special order bearings if necessary. Alternatively you can remove the bearing and take them to a bearing supplier who will identify the bearing and supply a replacement.
Yes, if you have the provision on the camper tent end wall. How do I know? Does the end wall have velco or zips? Otherwise send us a photo of the end wall and we can provide a quote.
All trailers must be identified by means of a 17 character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). The VIN to be used is specified by the International Standards Organisation, known as an ISO VIN. Trailers must be marked with the VIN in accordance with the ADRs. Most registering authorities require a VIN to be stamped onto a substantial part of the trailer (i.e. the drawbar) for registration purposes. It is recommended that a secondary VIN also be provided. If it doesn’t have a VIN plate don’t buy it. The trailer may be stolen, never registered, illegally made or never intended to go on road.
Congratulations on your purchase. Yes, you can add an new awning, annexe, walls and kitchen boxes as well as various miscellanous camping items. If you provide us with as much information as you can i.e. your tent or trailer size (width, height, length) and a photo of the camper, we can assist you with this.
Cameron Camper trailers prior to 2015 were fitted with Monroe gas shockers. Most suppliers stock these.
Yes, you do not to bring your camper trailer on our premises to add/send these items. For a small cost, we can send you the zips and instructions to mark out your own awning and return to us with measurements required. With a 20% deposit we custom make and send to you anywhere around Australia.
Unfortunately, a number of imported camper trailers claim “100% Australian designed and built”, “Proudly Australian owned” or “Australian made and owned”, so it is not easy for the customer to determine the country of origin. All Australian made tents have a “care for canvas” label provided by the Australian canvas manufacturer sewn into the tent. Buying from a Guild member with this logo, is a guarantee of Australian manufacture.
Please fill out the attached form and return it to us with a 20% deposit. We can then make the camper trailer road cover according to your sizes and post it out to you anywhere in Australia. Please click on the form below.
Refer to your Tent Pole diagram sheet given at handover and locate pole ID number. Email us a photo of the damaged pole and the pole ID number and we can post the replacement pole to you.