For roughing it out rural or just the backyard barbeques – the 4.2 Shade Dome Deluxe with Sunwall by OZtrail throws serious shade without the attitude.
From downpour to drought - the full steel frame supports a silver, PU-coated, heavy-duty 150-denier canopy that ensures UV protection by blocking up to 98% of the sun’s rays. Plus, owing to both seam-sealing and a 1000mm water rating, the canopy resists rain on the damper days too. On the humi days, control airflow throughout the space thanks to the zippered roof vent.
Steel shock-cord poles enable an easy two-person set-up in only minutes so you can be settled with a snag by sundown. Storage pockets also mean you can keep your stuff nearby, with space for stashing wallets, keys, and phones.
With an additional sunwall for protection from UV, wind, or even the public - the OZtrail 4.2 Shade Dome Deluxe with Sunwall comes in a 600-denier wheeled carry bag, so you can live like rural royalty on every road trip.
Certified by Australian Engineers
Full steel frame
Heavy-duty 150-denier material
1000mm waterhead rating
Silver PU coated canopy for UV protection up to 98%
Steel shock-cord poles for easy, efficient 2-person set-up
Zippered roof vent for airflow control
Internal storage pockets
Heavy-duty 600-denier wheeled carry bag
Includes additional sunwall for attachment to any side
Fire Retardant CPAI 84 approved
420L x420W x 235H cm
98L x 24W x 23D cm
Max. Head Height:
150D silver coated PU | CPAI−84 Fire Retardant
Dome only: 1000 mm
Staff tip:To avoid damage in windy weather make sure you secure your shelter with all peg points and guy ropes
Staff tip:Whilst this shelter has waterproof properties, it should not be relied upon during periods of heavy rain.
Staff tip:To prevent UV damage that isn't covered under warranty, avoid leaving your shelter set up for extended periods in the sun.
Arch height1 answer
What is the height of the archway
Colin - Gin Gin, QLD (6 days ago)
I have just confirmed with OZtrail and the measurement from the Archway to the Ground is 176 cm.
Kaya - Snowys(7 hours ago)
Compared to the blockout version1 answer
We're comparing this with the blockout version. It says this has 150D fabric vs 75D for the blockout version. Just confirming that this means this model is stronger?
Nathan - Sydney, NSW(2 weeks ago)
Yes the Deluxe model has the stronger fabric at 150D vs the Blockout with 75D. They have the same frame it is mainly the stronger canopy fabric that is the difference.
Kaya - Snowys(1 week ago)
Compared to Coleman deluxe 14 1 answer
This appears to be a timely release to coincide with the demise of the colemnan event 14. From your anaylsis how similiar is this shelter to the coleman event 14? It looks identical
Robert - Melbourne, VIC(2 weeks ago)
This is very similar to the Event 14 Shelter with a similar size and design. The new Oztrail Dome Shelters do have a higher waterhead rating at 1000mm and better fabric at 150 denier and are best suited as a sun shelter that can handle a light drizzle. Overall similar to the Event 14 although OZtrail have made a few upgrades.
Kaya - Snowys(2 weeks ago)
Separate Sunwalls 1 answer
Can sunwalls for this model be purchased separately?
Tim - Adelaide, SA(1 year ago)
Not at this stage. Oztrail have advised they may be available in the future, but there's no date or ETA on that.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Waterproof 1 answer
Hi there, I’m deciding between Coleman and Oztrail shelters. Oztrail says water head is 1000mm vs Coleman 450. Is this accurate and the Coleman is better waterproofing? Would you also say quality is the same? It will mostly be used for camping.
Catherine - Heathmont, VIC(1 year ago)
Its as accurate as it can be according to the brands provided specifications. The Oztrail has the 1000mm waterhead rating, which means its more waterproof than Colemans 450mm rating. In terms of quality, we can't really comment at this stage. The Oztrail shelter is a brand new release, and is new to Snowys, so we dont have any customer feedback on longevity or real-life usage at this stage. Coleman have had the Event shelter around for probably close to 10 years, and they are an incredibly popular option. You can jump online and read some reviews and feedback to get an idea of people experiences. I think Oztrail have come in to try and get some of the action, and with their good reputation in Gazebos, there's no reason to suggest this would be any different.