Queensland-based camper trailer manufacturer Condamine showcased Australia’s “first” electric hybrid camper at this year’s Queensland Caravan Supershow.
Designed for families that currently own a Condamine camper, the all-electric Hybrid Bunk model is equipped with AU$30,000 worth of off-grid power equipment.
The Hybrid Bunk features a 15.36kWh lithium battery set-up with three 25.6V 200Ah batteries, 1500W rooftop solar panels, a 3000W DC-DC charger, and a 3000W battery charger.
Combined with a 5000kVa inverter that peaks up to 9000W, the camper can run all onboard appliances simultaneously or separately for long periods off-grid. The appliances include an under-bunk reverse cycle air-conditioner, instant electric hot water unit, two-hob induction cooker, 130-liter compressor fridge, electric BBQ, toaster, kettle, and ice machine.
Most Victron electrical components are kept in a box at the camper’s large offside storage locker, along with a compressor for the Cruisemaster XT airbag suspension fitted to the single axle pop-top.
Aside from the cutting-edge technology, the Condamine Hybrid Bunk is a simple but sturdy family camper with a pop-top roof that raises electrically to reveal a cozy interior with raised queen-size parents’ bed and two large kids’ bunks.
The camper also has an above-ground ensuite tent with a composting toilet that sets up along the offside wall and is accessible from inside.
Other features include a sizeable 270-degree awning, 250-liter water storage, external ‘chef’s kitchen,’ and huge lockable cavities on both sides for storing gears. The 6.5m long, 1.95m wide camper has a Tare weight of 1950kg and 2800kg ATM, for a payload of around 850kg.
The Condamine Camper Hybrid Bunk model would typically start at around AU$75-80,000. Still, potential buyers should bank on a price closer to AU$110,000 to receive something similar to the feature-packed show camper.
Based in Chambers Flat, Queensland, Condamine Campers first hit the RV scene around six years ago and plans to release a smaller camper model later this year under the Kelly Campers brand it now owns.
This article originally appeared on Caravan Camping Sales.