If and when we give up life on the road, I would be more than happy to simply put our van up on blocks and continue to live in it. Thanks to the team at Bushtracker for the lifestyle we now enjoy including those on the floor who piece it all together.
We travelled on back roads to Canarvon Gorge and spur of moment detours including Nathan Gorge for a few pin stripes. To have independence with the comfort of home each night when we pull up, just get the van level level and enjoy ourselves. No surprises inside when we pulled up just time to relax and enjoy. We look forward to many years of enjoyment in our new van.
We would like to pass on our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who we have been associated with directly and also the unsung heroes, the tradesmen and women who actually build these outstanding caravans. To be able to collect our new 20footer last week, throw in some tucker and linen and head straight out bush free camping for four or five days and nights is testament to how well the product is prepared and presented.
I would just like to express my admiration for the build quality of Bushtracker caravans. I have been camped on a cane farm outside Childers. When ex-tropical Cyclone Oswald came down the coast it rained solidly for four days. The rainfall on the farm in that time exceeded 700mm. Rain hammered down constantly on the van. Not one leak: amazing. You guys could build submarines. Well done!
The quality of our van is such that even after trips through the far north Flinders and Gammon Ranges, The Tanami Road, The Gibb River Road, The Kalumburu Road, The Neds Creek short cut to Wiluna, Silver City Highway to Tibooburra and onto Noccundra, Cape York, The Gulf Country, Mt Isa to Birdsville via the Diamantina NP and Bedourie, then south to Marree, High Country tripping such as Sassafrass Gap etc and a few other back tracks with long muddy hauls, rocky tracks and so on we have a van which still looks "as new" inside and cleans up a treat on the outside.
For more testimonials including pictures, please visit the Bushtracker owners forum. On the forum you will find a whole section dedicated to owners sharing their experiences with us: