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Fiesta Deluxe 6.0 Gazebo

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Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Get the whole gang together for a big party, and shelter them under the colourful and reliable Fiesta Deluxe 6.0 Gazebo from Oztrail.

The frame is constructed from powder-coated steel with ABS componentry for reliability, and its structure is certified by Australian Engineers. The frame of the Fiesta Deluxe will also have some extra stability in the wind as it has reinforced cross gables on the frame.

The canopy of this gazebo is made from 150D fire retardant polyester, with a UVtex coating and an internal silver lining that blocks out 98% of UV radiation. It also features roof vents to help dissipate wind, externally bound roof line seams to increase canopy tension, and triple layer reinforced corners to prevent wear.  

You’ve got three height options - 193cm, 208cm, or 223cm with this gazebo, and the heavy duty wheeled carry bag makes transport a breeze. When you need a strong and dependable shelter choice for backyard parties, sporting events or just any occasion where you need lots of shade – set up an Oztrail Fiesta Deluxe 6.0 Gazebo.

  • Reinforced cross gables for increased strength and stability
  • Certified by Australian Engineers
  • UVtex treated polyester canopy with internal silver coating to block out 98% of UV radiation
  • Triple layer 600D polyester reinforcing points
  • Externally bound roof line seams and roof vents
  • Heavy duty wheeled carry bag
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External Dimensions:
600L x 300W x 335H cm
Packed Dimensions:
160L x 35W x 21H cm
Max. Head Height:
3 Settings - 193 / 208 / 223 cm
UVTex® 150D Polyester | 600D Reinforcing Points
Frame Material:
28mm Powder Coated Steel | DL Type
34 Kg
1 Year

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