Track Trailer has won many Camper Trailer Awards
Below is a shortlist of our proudest achievements.
Off Road Camper Trailer of Year 2015
Winner – $50K+ category
The Tvan is a true Aussie camping legend and for good reason — go deep into the outback and it’s Tvans you’ll see. While the Tvan is ideal for couples, it is also suitable for smaller families with the addition of bunk beds in the back. The Tvan was, and is, unique as well as innovative, which is probably why it hasn’t been copied by overseas clone manufacturers. The MC2 suspension is still the design’s greatest single feature.
With top-quality engineering and fastenings, the finish is excellent.
Off Road Camper Trailer of Year 2011
Winner – $35 – $45K category
Camper Trailer Australia
After four long days of driving, posing, educating and off roading from Rainbow Beach to Land Cruiser Park the CTA Judges declared winners! The Track Tvan was “Awarded Off- Road Camper Trailer of the Year 2011” in its category. The Tvan was competing against some of the best products Australia has to offer, from hard floor to soft floor variants.
Off Road Camper Trailer of Year 2009
Winner – Hard Floor
Criteria included bushability, family-friendliness, comfort, innovation, value, ease of use and ease of setting up.
Motoring journalists Philip Lord and Glenn Torrens joined CTA editor Carlisle Rogers, campertrailers.org founder Rob Sanderson and Trader Classifieds circulation manager Stuart Jones to form the judging team.
Camper Trailer of Millennium
Motorhome, Camper Trailer and Caravan Manufacturers joined forces to present the best and most interesting display of Recreational Vehicles ever assembled in Australia.
All members, of the Recreational Vehicle Manufacturers Association of Australia (RVMAA) the fourteen manufacturers independently developed this fine collection displaying vision and innovation.
Track Trailer produced this very different but functional Camper Trailer. The revolutionary style and colours are a far cry from traditional Camper Trailers, it will be interesting to see how they go. (2000)
Thanks to RV.com.au