Two adults-one kid, two adults-two kids, two adults-three kids, or maybe even two adults-four kids if you don’t mind snuggling up with each other. Either way, the Fast Frame 6P Tent from OZtrail is ideal for smaller families or those wanting a quick and easy solution for shorter trips.
Its got a Twin Hub roof frame for making the most of the horizontal headroom and a Duraplus pole in the vestibule to provide a little extra headspace at the entry, plus the front door has easy step access to reduce any the chances of you faceplanting yourself. Open up the storm flaps to allow maximum ventilation through the large side and rear windows but still keep your privacy and the bugs away with the No-See-Um Mesh panels throughout.
With a generously sized and easy to stuff carry bag included, the Fast Frame 6P Tent from OZtrail provides a hassle-free pitch for those quick getaways.
For smaller families or shorter trips
Fast Frame sets up in minutes
Twin Hub roof frame for maximum horizontal headroom
Large windows for added ventilation
No-See-Um Mesh panels throughout
Large front easy step door
Oversized and easy stuff carry bag
4 Person + Gear
300L x 280W cm
115L x 22W x 22H cm
Max. Head Height:
150D Ripstop Polyester | No−See−Um Mesh
Polyester | No−See−Um Mesh
Fly 1500mm | Floor Not Specified by OZtrail
Does this genuinely weight 12kg? A lot lighter than other similar tents. Is it really 7ky lighter than the Coleman 6p instant up?
Joe - Rochester, VIC(11 months ago)
Yes it does, however whilst it may appear similar to the Coleman Gold/Evo tents, they're quite different on a few design/technical levels. The Oztrail Fast Frame 6 Person tent is a budget-friendly, fair-weather tent option. It has a lighter weight, smaller gauge frame, lighter weight materials (half the waterproof rating of the Gold / Northstar 6P tents), and has a woven plastic floor similar to a blue tarp, as opposed to the previously mentioned Coleman tents that have a PU Coated floor. In terms of a comparable option, the Coleman Silver 6P would be the closest, at 15Kg, however that still has the heavier duty framework.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Set up1 answer
Does it have to be pegged before putting it up or is it free standing? Would one person successfully put it up?
Robyn - Newcastle(1 year ago)
You will find the four corners can either be pegged out before or after putting it up, either way will work just as well. Once its up though, it will need to be pegged, preferably with strong pegs in each corner so it's anchored down. One person should be able to put it up, although you'll find it easier with 2 people!
Susie - Snowys(1 year ago)
how does this tent compare1 answer
how does this tent compare with the coleman gold instant pop up 6p ?
Robyn - Hawthorn(1 year ago)
The two tents have a somewhat similar size and shape, with the Coleman have a tiny bit more internal room. The pole construction and materials are slightly different with the Coleman having a slightly more heavy-duty floor and higher waterhead rating. The Coleman also has some extra ventilation options for use in variable conditions.