The Oztrail Chateau 10 is a perfect choice if you are sharing your living quarters with another party, or just want your own private space. The versatile living space is created with two generous bedrooms separated by a central living area. Tough canvas upper and puncture resistant reinforced PVC vinyl flooring combined with a strong and sturdy frame ensures the kids won’t destroy your camp accommodation in their holiday excitement.
Near vertical walls provide plenty of head and shoulder room, easily accessed through oversized D doors and low sills to minimise tripping. The No-See-Um Mesh windows and doors keep insects at bay, and provide excellent ventilation, while a silver coated roof reflects heat preventing your tent from becoming a sauna in the hot Australian weather.
Additional features include lantern hanging loop, interior organiser and a power port inlet, and optional extras enable you to turn the extended front awning into a screen room with a vinyl floor. The Oztrail Chateau 10 Tent will become your holiday home away from home.
This tent delivers in full.After one week camping inQLD we had every weather type known, from big wind,heavy rain and massive electrical storm. The tent stood up to it all. It stores easy, it's an easy set up(does require two for the poles)and take down(after one practice run at home i was putting up in around 30mins). The tent is roomy enough for 4 but bedrooms are just a little short length wise for our beds. All up the Oztrail ten is well worth the money and leaves other tents in its wake.
Great tent. Camped through gale force winds and heavy storms in Port Lincoln and the tent stood the test
I love this tent. It was a bit difficult to put up - the center section took some extra effort putting the poles through the protective 'socks' - but once up it was amazing. It has withstood 120kmp winds without collapsing and has maintained the heat in minus temps. Added the sunroom and it became exponenetially even better!!1
Does the sleeping capacity include the living space in the middle or is that just the 2 side rooms? we have 3 little ones and 3 teens.
The maximum sleeping capacity includes the central living space in the middle of the tent, on Oztrail's website they have a diagram which shows three in each side room, and four in the middle (which you can see here) but we recommend 6 people if you want to be comfortable, and have living space.
and if so, how much would it sell for?
We do long stay stints in the one spot with 2 kids and thought this could be a good (cheaper option) than a camper trailer, especially if weather turned. Dealing with 2 bored kids in bad weather is never fun and the middle section looks large enough to potentially handle this.... Open to other options
Deciding between this tent and the Oztrail 12 x 15 Cabin Tent are there major differences space wise. Is one more complicated to set up then the other.
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