Off Road Caravans

When the road runs out, your adventure had just begun with the Supreme Territory, our best off-road caravan for sale in Australia.

Territory

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Shower Shower
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Built tough enough on the outside to handle the bumps on the road less travelled with an interior packed with modern creature comforts of the civilisation you’ve left behind, you’ll find no campsite is too remote in the Supreme Territory.

Some of Australia's most unique and breathtaking places aren't found on a sealed road; to get to them, you are likely going to get some mud on your tyres. But just because the path may get rough, it doesn't mean when you reach your destination you need to rough it.

Supreme is committed to building the best off-road caravans to help you reach these remote locations without having to sacrifice the luxury of a bathroom, fully appointed kitchen and cosy bed.

Our extreme off-road caravans are built for towing in all conditions over harsh terrains whilst providing absolute camping comfort.

Our 4wd off-road caravans are fitted with a strengthened chassis and galvanised undercarriage to protect from knocks and bumps on unsealed roads.

Our off road campers are equipped with tie-down points on the chassis, checker plate below the front window to protect against stone damage, extra-strong aluminium cladding, double glazed windows.

With two 95-litre water tanks and two deep cycle batteries, you'll be able to get away and stay away for days on end.

Supreme Territory 4WD caravans have an ensuite with shower & toilet and kitchen and can be customised in an impressive array of interior configurations, making them an excellent choice for anyone looking to buy an off road caravan in Australia.

Whether you’re in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth, you can find a great deal on off-road caravan at one of our dealers.

FAQ’s

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What is the difference between Semi-Off-Road and Off-Road Caravans?

As more campers seek to explore rural sections of our wide brown land, semi-off-road caravans are becoming increasingly popular. Semi-off-road designs are typically based on a standard caravan body equipped with semi-off-road suspension. They have larger wheels and tyres, as well as more ground clearance and a 2 or 3-inch chassis riser to withstand travelling over rutted terrain such as dirt or gravel roads.

Off-road caravans, by contrast, are designed specifically to endure the rigours of off-road travel. They have a heavy-duty chassis and independent suspension. They also have improved brakes and stronger duty shock absorbers, and above standard clearance.

Off-road caravans are ideal for more adventurous campers who wish to live a true outback lifestyle away from regular roads and civilisation.

Keep in mind that these 4WD caravans are often heavier due to the strengthened chassis and, therefore, will require a larger, stronger vehicle to tow them.

Are off-road caravans suitable for travelling with children?

If you are looking for an off-road family caravan you've come to the right 4WD caravan manufacturer.

The Territory caravan featured on this page has a range of interior floorplan designs to choose from that allow for a variety of sleeping configurations, including bunk beds and a range of other family-friendly features.

Supreme have cleverly designed our compact caravan bathrooms to make maximum use of minimal space without skimping on the quality of the amenities.

Your new Supreme all terrain caravan comes with a ceramic swivelling toilet, ceramic ensuite basin, one-piece moulded shower and extra-large 28lt stainless steel gas/electric H.W.S, with in-cabin ignition for both gas and electric operation.

What is included as standard in the Territory 4WD caravan kitchen?

Our smart design compact caravan kitchen is well appointed with high-end small-living full sized appliances to let you camp cook with all the convenience of home.

Your Supreme off road caravan has a fully integrated internal kitchen with drawers, sink, 23lt microwave, 188lt double door fridge, flush-mounted vented rangehood and a full oven with grill and 3 gas / 1 electric cooktop with a Laminex cover to maximise bench space when not in use.

What size vehicle can tow an off-road caravan?

When buying a caravan, the maximum towing capacity of your vehicle (as specified by the manufacturer) will be critical. To make sure you have the correct towing capacity rating, see your vehicle's owner's manual or the manufacturer's website. It's worth noting, that automatic or manual transmission and petrol or diesel versions of vehicle model often have different capacities.

You'll also need to figure out what your vehicle's maximum towball download is, as this will narrow down your caravan options. The lowest capacity item in the towing configuration, such as the towbar, towball, or towing vehicle, ultimately limits the maximum towing capacity of any vehicle. Towballs are required to have a stamped rating that must not be exceeded. Overall capacity and download capacity are plated on towbars, and neither must be exceeded.

For example, your vehicle may be legally capable of towing up to 2100kg, but it may only be equipped with a towbar rated at 1200kg. In that instance, the weight restriction is 1200kg. Look for a plate or label affixed to the towbar that states the manufacturer's name and the towbar's maximum capacity. Check the maximum permissible Gross Combined Mass (GCM) - the maximum weight of the car and van, with all their contents in the owner's manual. To make sure this GCM amount isn't surpassed, add the vehicle's total recommended mass (GVM) to the potential caravan's Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM).

Finally, when it comes to towing capacity regulations check the rear axle load for your vehicle in the owner's manual. If you are towing a caravan and also fill your vehicle's cargo space with heavy stuff, you risk overloading the back axle, this can be dangerous and is against the law.

The smaller the caravan the greater the potential pool of towing vehicles will be available to you, generally off road caravans tend to be heavier due to added reinforcement, therefore greater consideration will need to be given to choosing the right towing vehicle.

Four-cylinder automobiles with 2L engines or more are usually only capable of towing trailers weighing 1000kg to 1200kg provided the manufacturers vehicle and towbar ratings are sufficient.

Some six-cylinder and V8 sedans and wagons can pull lightweight single-axle caravans and campers weighing up to 1700kg comfortably.

Many medium to large SUVS and 4WDs are capable of towing trailers weighing up to 2500kg before becoming overburdened.

For the real heavyweights needing to tow three tonnes or more, there are fewer vehicles available — Ford F250s and LandCruisers excel here.

Just remember, when preparing to tow a 4WD caravan on holiday, visit your nearest weighbridge to check its laden weight with full water tanks, and all your packed gear to ensure it doesn't exceed your vehicle's towing capability.

Where can I view or buy a 4WD caravan built by Supreme?

Supreme offers the Territory is a range of sizes including compact off-road caravans for sale through our long-established and dependable dealership partners.

You can view new and used Supreme luxury off road caravans Australia-wide in Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

You can talk to our dealers about trading in your pre-loved caravan for a Supreme or get advice on the many interior layout configurations available to customise your luxury off road caravan to suit your needs.

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