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Details & Specs
The Deluxe 6.0 Gazebo from OZtrail is the ideal shelter for larger camp kitchens, markets, sporting events, outdoor events and even backyard entertaining.
The Deluxe frame has cross supports through the roof and a centre pole to both peaks. This gives it added strength and support over the standard gazebo range. With a waterproof UVTex 300D polyester canopy, you’ll get plenty of protection from the sun and rain. All stitching is also seam sealed from the underside, which creates a waterproof seal to protect you when bad weather strikes.
With two people you will have this pavilion set up quickly and easily as there’s no frame assembly required, simply pull the frame outwards, place the canopy over the top and lock the frame into place. You can choose from three height positions with easy push-button adjustment, so you’ll have plenty of options depending on your activity. And the frame, canopy and pegs all pack neatly into the included carry bag with wheels.
If you need 6 x 3M coverage and a strong deluxe frame, then the OZtrail Deluxe 6.0 Gazebo isthe perfect choice for all your outdoor shelter needs.
Cross support frame
Waterproof and UV protected canopy
Packs away into a carry bag with wheels for transport
Space for a small group, large market stall or camp kitchen
There is even enough room to park a standard car underneath
600L x 300W x 335H cm
163L x 37W x 43H cm
Max. Head Height:
3 Settings - 193 / 208 / 223 cm
UVTex® 300D Polyester | 600D Reinforcing Points
32mm Powder Coated Steel
Not Specified by OZtrail
Staff tip:To prevent UV damage that isn't covered under warranty, avoid leaving your shelter set up for extended periods in the sun.