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Like all of Trackabout’s models, the Kakadu is easy to set up and I really like how you don’t have to outlay a large sum of money to get into it. Many of us already have basic camping gear, which could be added to the Kakadu, potentially saving you quite a bit of cash.
Another positive with this entry-level Trackabout is you can add accessories over time when the budget allows, and inevitably end up with something more along the lines of the company’s feature-packed, top-of-the-range campers.
All things considered, $13,990 (as new in 2012) bought you an affordable prestige rig from a finalist at Camper Trailer Australia magazine’s Offroad Camper of the Year 2013 event.
This quality package is defined by its reliability, its attractive lines, and its decent Aussie build quality.