Britz Australia
4WD Safari - 5 Berth Camper - no shower or toilet

2018 / 2019 Rates  |  Other Vehicles

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Safari Landcruiser 4WD Vehicle Information - 6.46mb PDF file

Australia 2018 / 2019 Vehicle Specifications Comparsion Chart - 3.66mb PDF file
 Vehicle Description

Experience Australia with Britz's newest 4WD - And to ensure you have the ultimate 4WD experience, the rooftop tent, annexe and sleeping mats are all manufactured by Darche - the camping equipment experts.

Whether you're getting up early to catch the magical sunrise, or travelling to your next unique destination - this is the 4WD for you.

The Safari Landcruiser is available out of Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Darwin and Perth from 15 April 2018 when the 4WD Season kicks off up north, until the 13 November 2018.

Vehicle Features and Equipment
  • Toyota Landcruiser
  • Vehicle Age: 2018
  • Sleeps 5
  • Manual transmission
  • Power Steering
  • Engine: Turbo Diesel
  • Fuel Capacity: 130 litres
  • Radio, CD Player & USB input
  • Awning: (manual) attached to 4WD
  • Vehicle Dimensions:
    Length - 4.72m
    Width - 1.80m
    Height - 2.40m (3.50m with rooftop tent up) Seatbelts: 5
  • Power Supply: 12V battery (dual)
  • Picnic Table / Picnic Chairs
  • Fresh Water Tank - 20 litres Jerry Can
  • Gas Stove (portable)
  • 4 x Butane canisters supplied
    Fridge / Freezer (40 litres)
  • Rooftop Tent with Annexe double bed:
    2.50 x 1.25m
    Rooftop Tent with Annexe
    3 x sleeping mats: 1.92 x 0.58m x 0.08m thick
  • Linen and bedding included
  • Air-Cond / heating (driver's cabin only)

This vehicle has positioning for a total of two child restraints. Two child seats (three years and under) can be fitted to the rear forward facing seat with an anchor point. OR two booster seats (minimum four years of age) can be fitted to the rear seat with a lap-sash belt.

The type of restraint required for your child depends on their age.
Click here for our Child Seat Policy 1.64 mb PDF

The Outback Safety Kit is included in the vehicle and contains an Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), snatch strap with D shackles and a folding spade. An EPIRB when activated transmits an emergency distress signal which can be detected by Australian rescue authorities. A snatch strap is used to pull a vehicle from a bogged position with the aid of another vehicle. The D shackles secure the snatch strap to a rigid anchor point.

Important Note:
The Queensland Government has issued new restrictions relating to 4WD hire vehicles travelling to Fraser Island. This includes prohibiting luggage storage on the roof of the 4WD vehicle. If travelling to Fraser Island in the Safari 4WD all luggage must be safely secured inside the vehicle.

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Voyager Campervan - 4 berth Scout 4WD - 2 berth
Venturer Campervan - 2 berth Safari Landcruiser 4WD - 5 berth
Venturer Plus Campervan - 2+1 berth Outback 4WD - 5 berth
Explorer Motorhome - 4 berth