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Oztrail

Fiesta Compact 2.4 Gazebo

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

A fun way to add some colour to your outdoor setup, the Fiesta Compact Gazebos from Oztrail provide reliable shade when you need it, wrapped up in compact packed size.

The Fiesta Compact has a high-quality powder coated steel frame with ABS componentry for strength. It also features a canopy made from fire retardant 150D polyester with UVtex treatment and an internal silver coating which blocks out 98% of UV radiation.

The canopy also has externally bound roof seams to improve tension, roof vents, and triple layer reinforced points to prevent wear. With four different colours available, there’s a shade for all kinds of occasions to choose from. The Fiesta Compact 2.4 has two height options – 183cm, and 193cm so you can find the right setting for your needs.

Whether you’re heading to the beach, going camping, watching a sports event or setting up in your backyard – you can get dependable shade with the Fiesta Compact 2.4 Gazebo.

  • Certified by Australian Engineers
  • High-quality powder-coated steel folding frame
  • Triple layer 600D polyester reinforcing points
  • Externally bound roof line seams
  • 2 height adjustment
  • Large roof vents for improved heat and wind dissipation
  • Heavy duty wheeled carry bag 
Snowys Code:
28469
Supplier Code:
MPG-FC24Y-C
External Dimensions:
240L x 240W x 276H cm
Packed Dimensions:
102L x 20W x 20H cm
Max. Head Height:
2 Settings - 183 / 193 cm
Material:
UVTex® 150D Polyester | 600D Reinforcing Points
Frame Material:
28mm Powder Coated Steel
Waterproof:
100%
Weight:
15 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year
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Jan 29 2018

Great size

Fits in back of car better than previous 3x3 oztrail. Draw back is the quality of the clips. Silver pin that holds clip together has popped out a few times. Think we got back together ok, time will tell.

- Port Lincoln, SA
Jan 29 2018

Great gazebo

We took this camping and it was great. I love the compact size which allows me to fit it in the (smallish) basket on the roof of my car. Would also fit neatly in the boot if needed.
We also found the clips tough to clip into place but that may be due to it being new and hopefully with time they'll be easier.
I was able to set up and put down on my own, although easier with another person :)

- Perth
Nov 22 2017

Oztrail Gazebo

This is a good size gazebo. I bought it to take to the kids cricket games so we're not sitting in the sun. It is light enough to take along especially with the bag on wheels. Only draw back is the clips are really tight and its very hard to get them to go in to put it down. I'm thinking they might loosen up over time, hopefully!

- Ballajura

Clips?1 answer

I like the idea of a smaller packed away size but several reviews seem to talk about problems with the clips? Can you elaborate on what clips these are and whether it is a problem? Is it the clips that lock the extendable legs in place?

- Perth(4 days ago)

G'day Nick,

From reading the reviews on the Oztrail Fiesta Compact 2.4 Gazebo, my understanding is that it's the clips on the legs they're referring to. Oztrail have been working hard on improving these and they are a lot better than they used to be.

- Snowys(4 days ago)
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