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Australian Made Hybrid Campers

The Hybrid Caravan and Camper market has exploded beyond belief today, and it seems like every man and his dog has jumped on selling them.

However, there’s a lot of companies that are importing the vans and selling them as ‘Australian made’, and I’d refer to that as unethical behaviour. By all means import what you want, but just because its sold by an Australian business doesn’t make the product Australian.

Stoney Creek Hybrid

How do you know if the Hybrid Camper is made in Australia, or just sold in Australia?

If the last few years has shown anything its that imported hybrid camper trailers absolutely have a market, and there’s a lot of happy owners (and many that aren’t happy too).

If you are in the market for a hybrid camper trailer, we have a hugely comprehensive guide that you can read here; The ultimate guide to buying a hybrid camper.

In this post, we look at all of the Australian Made Hybrid Caravans/Campers, and we start off with those that are partially, or primarily made overseas.

Please know there are some grey areas here, as a company could import 95% of the parts, and build it here. Would it then be an imported good, or an Australian made one?

This post is done for no other reason than to pass on information. You might not care where its made, and there’s nothing wrong with that either. Some people do care, and very much so.

I’ve listed them all in alphabetical order, so you can find them quickly. 

Reconn R2 Hypercamper

There’s still plenty of Australian made hybrid campers on the market

Completely, or primarily made overseas Hybrid Campers


Altitude Campers (Ascent)

Austrack Campers

Black Series

Blue Tongue


Eagle Campers

Emu Campers




K9 Vans

Lifestyle Iconn


Mars Campers




Opus Campers




Southern Cross

Star Vision

Stoney Creek



Fully Australian Built Hybrids

Alpine Campers (by Altitude)

Australian Off Road (AOR)


BRS Offroad

Complete Campsite

Condamine Campers


Hillys offroad


Lifestyle Reconn R2 and R4

Noosa RV

North Coast Offroad RV’s

Mountain Trail RV

Offroad RV’s


Ridgeback RV

Track Trailer + Tvan


Vision RV (panels are imported)

Zone RV

What have we missed? Let us know below and I’ll add it.

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6 comments… add one
  • David Sabiston May 7, 2022, 5:04 PM

    My wife and I purchased a Stoney Creek Scout 15 and whilst we had a few quality control concerns we were satisfied but the vehicle weight was a killer do we sold and bought a Long Haul Trex 13.
    Standard of finish and quality control is far superior to the Stoney Creek

  • Aaron Schubert May 7, 2022, 7:13 PM

    Hey David,

    Thanks for the feedback. Good to hear you are happy with your Long Haul Trex

    All the best

  • Anne Stanton May 9, 2022, 9:51 AM

    Hi, In the process of researching hybrids, I only found a couple you missed and they`re Chinese or too tall for us to store. K9, lotus, Kokoda.
    Track Trailers!(they make TVAN too) Rhinomax ! they seem good and we had a chance to look at one recently in Yallingup, owners were staying in the park and we struck up a conversation with them. Tricky living here in the west, when you want to climb through one to see how it feels, whether you hit your head on the things! Their strategy was to ask on the facebook page of chosen brand for anyone willing to let you view. They say it worked well.
    As a couple, our list is a little different to yours but have enjoyed your reviews non the less.

  • Jos Jensen May 9, 2022, 12:01 PM

    Where’re the “CUB” campers made?


  • Aaron Schubert May 9, 2022, 6:00 PM

    Hey Jos,

    Cub Campers are Australian made, but they don’t sell any Hybrid campers; they make normal hard floor and forward fold camper trailers. They are great gear, but don’t belong on this list as its only for hybrids; a cross between a caravan and camper trailer.

    All the best

  • Aaron Schubert May 9, 2022, 6:28 PM

    Hey Anne,

    Thanks for the comment, and picking up a few that I’ve missed from the list. I can’t see a Hybrid that Lotus do; they are all full size vans?

    I do like the Rhinomax campers, and know exactly what you mean about finding stock locally to check out! I’m 6″6 and also have an issue hitting my head on things!

    Take care

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