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If you’re heading out on your next camping trip with a gaggle of rowdy kids (and grownups) you might want to consider a space saving sleeping option like the Deluxe Double Bunk from Oztrail. This little beauty is basically a portable stretcher bunk bed that can also be split into two single stretchers.

This bunk was designed not to tip over as Oztrail have put leg and anti-roll corner supports to keep everything nice and sturdy when in use. You won’t be woken up by any midnight squabbles over stepped-on feet as the top bunk has a safety rail which makes using the bunk both easier and safer.

There’s also side organiser with space for a phone, tablet, or any other form of entertainment – so once everyone is settled in, there’s no need to get back up again. Whether you’re a couple of grownups determined to relive your childhood, or you’re in need of a space saving sleeping arrangement - the Deluxe Double Bunk Bed is a great group camping option.  

  • Sleeps 2 
  • Steel frame with powder coated finish
  • 50mm buckle and webbing attachment method
  • Top bunk includes safety rails
  • Can be used together or separately
  • Leg and anti-roll corner supports
  • Packs away into own carry bag
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External Dimensions:
180L x 72W x 85H cm
Packed Dimensions:
63L x 45W x 20H cm
600D Polyester
Frame Material:
Powder Coated Steel
17.6 Kg
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Dec 15 2016

Great bunk

Good value. It's a bit heavy but it certainly feels sturdy and does what it claims to. The quality feels good and it comes in a great bag too. Nice quick delivery!

- Edithvale

Difference between standard bunk and deluxe 1 answers

What is the difference between the standard bunk and the deluxe version?

- Floraville (1 week ago)

G'day Tegan, 

I've looked into this, and it seems that the main difference between the Oztrail Double Bunk and the Deluxe Double Bunk is that the Deluxe has a rating of 100 kg when stacked and 120 kg on its own, whereas the Double Bunk has a rating of 70 kg when stacked and 100 kg on its own.

The Deluxe Double Bunk is also lighter 17.6kg compared to 28kg for the Double Bunk and features storage pockets on the safety rails. 

- Snowys(1 week ago)

How compact do they pack down? 1 answers

How compact do these pack down? Thankyou

- Nuriootpa(3 weeks ago)

G'day Michelle, 

The Oztrail Deluxe Double Bunk packs away in its carry bag to 63L x 45W x 20H cm. I hope this helps! 

- Snowys(3 weeks ago)

Assembly1 answers

Thank you for you response Lisa, one more quick question, When you're disassembling the bunks can you leave the poles along side the beds? For example to place the actual beds flat on top of the bed inside the camper trailer and just add the end frames on to make it back into s need again? I hope that makes sense!

- Heathmont(4 weeks ago)

G'day Belinda, 

The Oztrail Deluxe Double Bunk can be separated into two single beds, so if you unstack them and remove the legs you should be able to store them away like that until you want to set up the bunk again with no problem. 

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

Assembly? 1 answers

What is the process of arming assembling these bunks ands are the mays padded at all?

- Heathmont(4 weeks ago)

Hi Belinda, 

The Deluxe Double Bunk is pretty easy to assemble. Each frame comes in 8 pieces - 6 bars of equal length with make up either side of the frame, and then the 2 end bars. 

You just need to put together each of the side bars, thread the mat on and loop it over the end bars. Then just slot in the raised end bars. Do this for each and then stack them, you're good to go! 

The mats aren't padded though, so an extra foam mat for comfort might be a good idea, this will also help to provide insulation on the chilly nights :) 

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

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