Could our friends at Cool Beans Campers be any Cooler!

The answer is YES, taking the curvy teardrop trailer to a new level, with a warm two person-cabin, gourmet gallery, full lithium smart power system and plenty of storage. 

Multi Award winning Fremantle camper start-up company owners Josh McLernon and Wade Ellis spent 3 years developing the bright, funky teardrop with reverse D-shaped doors with tinted-glass porthole windows and double dust and weather seals. Mr McLernon was previously involved with full-scale timber boat-building projects including the HMB Endeavour Replica and the Duyfken projects built in Fremantle, while Mr Ellis runs Ellis Carpentry and Joinery making furniture and kitchens. “A lot of people don’t have the places to store their caravans anymore and they don’t want to be towing these big vans all around the place,” Mr McLernon said. “Towing is a breeze with a Cool Beans Camper – no pop-up/pop-down, no messing around – just hook up, head out and get after your adventures.

“Our campers’ cool shape and design not only look fantastic but also makes them super economical and easy to tow.”

Wilsonart New Age Oak

Cool Beans Campers exclusively use our Wilsonart New Age Oak in both HPL Laminate and LPM Panels, creating a seamless horizontal & vertical look for all of their camper interiors and kitchens. Our products allow for the space created, to be in their cool curved signature style.

The plywood and aluminum body sits on a heavy-duty, fully welded Australian-made steel frame with leaf-spring suspension and mechanical brakes. Underneath are two 50-litre fresh and waste water tanks and a spare tyre. It has a ventilated, insulated roof with skylight and the fittings and hardware are marine-grade stainless steel.

The rear kitchen includes top-of-the range appliances, including an Engel Platinum 60-litre fridge, marine-grade stainless sink, two-burner cooktop running, LED lighting, multiple USB and 12V charging points for smart phones and electronic devices, 1500mm benchtop and loads of storage drawers. Inside is a 6foot 9 inch queen-size bed with built-in stitched padded headrest, with storage in three cupboards and three drawers, overhead lights and reading lights.

People who would like a little more space can add awnings to suit. Campers can be customised with the option of any exterior colour. 

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