Austrack has a new off-road hybrid caravan – with a family-friendly option

Austrack Campers has added a new hybrid caravan to their off-road lineup with the Austrack Gibbs 16. With two different layout options, you can choose between the Gibbs 16 for couples (sleeps two) or the Gibbs 16 Family (sleeps four). Regardless of which layout you choose, you’ll be spoilt with a whole lot of comforts. Check them out here!


An indoor and outdoor kitchen

On the inside, expect to find a 190L Thetford fridge/freezer, 2-burner stove and sink, and a slide-out pantry. If you’re a fan of alfresco cooking, you can make use of the external slide-out kitchen. This includes an Arctic fridge/Freezer, slide-out pantry and external bar with a built-in chopping board. 

External Kitchen, Austrack Gibbs 16 Family © Austrack

Sleeping and bathroom

Both versions offer a queen size plush mattress, but the Austrack Gibbs 16 Family also features two bunks for kids. When it comes to the bathroom, both models include an internal and external ensuite. The couple’s caravan additionally includes a separate toilet.

Comforts from home

Enjoy the comforts of home while you’re away. Think a reverse cycle air conditioner, Bluetooth stereo, HDTV with external and internal mounts, fully plumbed gas and water connections, diesel heater, antenna and a Truma gas/electric hot water system. Nice.


Explorers can get off-grid longer with the help of 400 Watt roof-mounted solar panels, a 300AH lithium battery, Redarc Manager30 (complete battery management and charging system), and a Redarc 2kW pure sinewave inverter. All the while, enjoying the convenience of 240V inlets and outlets.

Queen size bed and bunks, Austrack Gibbs 16 Family © Austrack

Others comforts

Both models feature a 240L fresh water tank, 80L grey water tank, tunnel boot storage and external bug repellant lights. The Austrack Gibbs 16 offers a whopping 25 separate internal storage areas and the Gibbs 16 Family is no slouch either, featuring 19 separate internal storage areas.

Off-road ready

The Austrack Gibbs 16 is ready to get off-road across both models. Off-road features include independent trailing arm coil suspension, twin shocks, 160-inch alloys with all-terrain tyres, McHitch off-road coupling, checker plate protection and side scrub bars.


At $77,990, the Gibbs 16 is Austrack’s most expensive hybrid caravan however, it does appear to pack a load of comforts for its price. Find your closest Austrack dealer to check it out in person. 




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