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A lightweight way to create shelter from the rain, shade or a wind break the Oztrail Camper Fly has a tonne of uses.

Made with durable and UV resistant UVTex fabric with a catenary or curved cut to ensure a tight and flap free pitch every time.

Three eyelets along the sides facilitate pole spigots and three webbing loops on each end so pitching options are aplenty.

  • Catenary (curved) cut ends and sides
  • Central attachment point for single point hanging
  • Factory sealed seams
  • Includes 8 guy ropes and 12 pegs
  • Poles sold separately
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External Dimensions:
590L x 360W cm
Packed Dimensions:
60L x 15W x 15H cm
UVTex Polyester
1.9 Kg
1 Year
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Mar 22 2016

Camper fly.

I wanted a fly big enough to cover whole camper trailer. I have not yet used it but it would seem to fit the bill

- Traralgon, Victoria

Hi, does this camper fly come with a carry bag or storage bag if not will it fit into your Also as they dont include the poles would your Oztrail galvanish extention poles 9' be suitable?1 answers


- cardiff 2285(1 month ago)

G'day Isabella,

The Oztrail Camper Fly does come in it's own bag, but it's made from the same type of material as a tent - so it's not particularly thick.

If you were keen on getting a slightly sturdier bag, the Oztrail Steel Pole Bag is very long so it's not going to be the best one (unless you'd like to store the fly + other gear in there). A much better fit is the Oztrail Dome Pole Bag as it's much shorter.

As for the poles, the Oztrail Galvanised Extension Pole 9' is a good option, or you could go for the Poles Apart T/Nut Pole if you wanted something a little sturdier. As long as the poles have a spigot/spike on the end then they'll be suitable for setting up the Camper Fly. 

- Snowys(1 month ago)

PU Rating please1 answers

Hello Can you tell me the PU rating please?

- Brisbane(4 months ago)

G’day Mark, the Oztrail Camper Fly is made from polyester UVtex fabric, which has been given a 2000 waterhead rating by the brand. The Camper Fly doesn’t come with a specific rating, but I reckon we could take an educated guess and say that it would be the same as their other products made from the same fabric.

- Snowys(4 months ago)

The illustration shows six poles supporting the fly so wouldn't 3 packets of the recommended poles be required?1 answers

- CURTIN, ACT(6 months ago)
Hi Philip, you could get away with using four poles, one on each corner, but for maximum stability six poles - so three sets of two - would be ideal.
- Snowys(6 months ago)

Would this complement a Oztrail Tourer 9 Plus Tourer Tent?1 answers

I recently purchased the above tent from you and am looking forward to using it on my first camping trip. But it's winter here in South West WA and that means rain. So I need a solution for exiting the tent door while it's raining, bearing in mind that the front door/awning needs to be zipped up for waterproofing. Would this fly work from length to length resting on top of the tent, leaving a couple of meters out the front as an awning - or in a different configuration? If not, what can you suggest as solution?

- WITHERS, WA(7 months ago)
Hi David, Your idea could potentially work, though you'd need to buy adjustable poles which would be able to extend over the 2.1m height of the tent. This may also be difficult to set up if you are by yourself, as you would be trying to hold poles up and hammer in pegs at the same time. The other thing to think about is also the length of the actual material. This is fine until you peg down the ends which would cut some of that length down and might make it so you exit your tent by walking straight into the side of the fly. Or you could just set up the fly over the entrance of your tent rather than trying to run it down the length of your tent. The other option is a deluxe compact gazebo. This would fit over the entrance to your tent and would also provide a nice cooking space for a gas stove. Give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 if you'd like to have a further chat about potential setups.
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Compared to a regulate tarp and poles?1 answers

I have a 2-part question: 1. I'm wondering what the main differences/benefits are in getting a dedicated fly like this compared to using just a regular poly tarp with grommets, poles and guys? This would be for a kitchen/eating/social area. Is this water proof? 2. I have a turbo lite 300 tent (6+ metres long). Would this work as an extra fly over that? I would have to eliminate the centre pole as that is the tent entry.

- HELENSBURGH, NSW(9 months ago)
Hi Andrew. When it comes to the crunch, this fly and a regular tarp will provide the same protection from pain and shade, but a regular tarp will probably resist UV damage better for long term set ups. The benefits of the Camper fly is that the fabric is a little lighter and easier to handle, and the edges have a catenary (or curved) cut which eliminates flapping along the edges. As for this covering a Turbo tent, it will require some trial and error and it may be a little awkward setting up a tarp over such a large tent. You would need to create a peak somewhere so water does not pool in flat unsupported areas, and eliminating the centre pole would create a long strip of fabric without support (I assume you have a Turbo Twin?). I've never been asked for a tarp to go over the top of a large Turbo Tent, so I couldn't recommend a best practice sorry, but in this instance both a tarp and the Camper Fly will achieve a similar result....One last thought, a heavy duty tarp has thin rope sewn into the edges and would provide a little more strength so you can pull it tight over your Turbo, this combines with some strong steel poles and heavy duty pegs may be the best solution. Check out the Kookaburra Dura Green Tarps on our website.
- Snowys(9 months ago)

What comes with this?1 answers

Does this product come with all the poles and guy ropes? Thank you

- margaret river(11 months ago)
Hi Michael, The Oztrail Camper Fly comes with 8 guy ropes and 12 pegs, but doesn't come with poles. We sell several different types of poles, but the easist choice for this setup is the Oztrail Awning Pole set for $17.95. It includes 2 poles per set and reaches a height of 180cm. They come in three sections which are all connected with a wire running down the centre. 2 packets with the fly will get you sorted, unless you're taller than 180cm. You can use the Snowys code #23372 to search for these on our website .
- Snowys(11 months ago)

Sizing2 answers

Hi what is the size of the roof width before the drop down sides please? And what poles and ropes go with it? Thanks for your help 😄

- JINDABYNE, NSW(12 months ago)
This is rectangular Bruce at 5.6 m long and 3.6 m wide. From memory the ends have a catenary (curved) cut which helps to keep the edges tight so there is no flapping. As for poles and guy ropes, anything with a spigot (or spike) of the end will fit through the eyelets, and any guy ropes with a loop to fit over the spigot will work. Check out product codes 22642 and 23052 on our website.
- Snowys(12 months ago)
Hi Bruce, further to my response yesterday, I have noticed that the Camper Fly comes with guy ropes, this has obviously been a silent addition to this product, I'm not sure just when Oztrail included them with the Camper Fly. Sorry for any confusion.
- Snowys(12 months ago)

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