Depots: Adelaide, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Darwin and Perth
Features: Toyota Landcruiser, 4500cc V8 diesel, manual transmission, high and low gear, airco in drivers cab, radio-CD with AUX input and USB port, 180 litres fuel tank, fuel consumption 13-14 litres per 100 km*, 2 seats with seatbelts, poptop roof, 2 sleeping places, snorkel, dual battery, power supply 12V/240V and awning. No possibility for a child seat or booster seat. An Apollo Trailfinder 4WD camper is maximum 3 years old.
Dimensions: length 530 width 180, height 230 (roof down) and headroom 190 cm.
The disadvantage of an Apollo (and Cheapa) Trailfinder are the sizes of the beds. Although Apollo says that the upper bed is suited for two persons we don’t share their opinion at all (experienced on the spot. The upper bed is only 120 cm wide, counted from side to side based on the outdoor roof. Nobody lies tightly next to the canvas so in fact the bed is even smaller. We recommend this type of camper to travelers for whom it’s not a problem to sleep separately, where one person will sleep downstairs and the other one on the upper bed.
|bed L 195 x W 100 cm||240V power cord|
|upper bed L 190 x 120 cm||12V/240V fridge|
|doona, sheets, pillows and cases||portable solar shower|
|slide-out kitchen||manual awning|
|2 kg gas bottle||towels and tea towels|
|50 litres water tank + filler hose||fly screens for some windows|
|cold water supply||fire extinguisher|
|pots, pans, cups and bowls||storage space under bench|
|crockery and cutlery||camping information|
* depends on road conditions, driving style and airco use.