OZtrail Deluxe Camp Kitchen With Sink
How to set up & pack away
Details & Specs
When the steaks are high and the pumpkin needs prepping, you’ve got a true benchtop henchman in the Deluxe Kitchen with Sink by OZtrail.
With a quick set-up steel frame, you’ll be cooking sooner than the sun sets in September. Its non-slip aluminum slat top is perfect for preparing family feasts, and its benchtop is suitable for large format stoves so you can keep the curries and casseroles under control.
Thanks to a double cupboard with medium-density fibreboard shelves and drawer, keep stirring the pot while the others are stored securely away, and make use of side mesh pockets for additional storage. Its integrated sink below the slat top means you’re saving as much space as you use during the chaos of campsite cooking. Keep an eye on your eatery thanks to the inbuilt lantern pole, and enjoy easy, efficient cleaning with the handy towel rail.
For the pots, pans, and pottering around during the mealtime mayhem, the OZtrail Deluxe Kitchen with Sink has officially entered the awning as your ultimate outback eatery.
Quick set-up steel frame
Non-slip aluminum slat top
Benchtop suitable for large format stoves
Double cupboard with MDF shelves and drawer
Integrated sink below slat top for maximum bench space
Pull out cutlery drawer
Side mesh pockets for added storage
Included 600D carry bag for preventing damage during transport
Bench 30 Kg | Shelves 8 Kg
124L x 51W x 81H cm
125L x 50W x 20H cm
Cupboards Polyester/Mesh | Shelves MDF | Carry Bag 600D Polyester
19mm Steel Tube | Aluminium Slat Top
How do you access the sink? Do the slats fold up or open up in some way? Also, is there a drain in the sink or does it need to be removed to drain out the water? Thanks
Ian - Armidale, NSW (1 year ago)
The slat section above the kitchen sink is removable, and the tub is solid - no drainage port, as it sits inside the actual cupboard. I personally have this kitchen and find I don't use the sink function very often, in preference for one set up elsewhere. I do have a large tribe though, so I think the volume of dishes we go through is a factor. Its a fantastic kitchen though & I would recommend it regardless.