Experience Australia with the newest 4WD - under 6 months of age! Whether you're getting up early to catch the magical sunrise, or travelling to your next unique destination - this is the 4WD for you.
|Make & Age :||
No Vehicle Age Guaranteed*
|Year & Model :||2017|
|Engine :||4.5L V8 Turbo Diesel|
|Sleeping Configuration :||Double (Rooftop tent bed): 2.50m x 1.25m
3 x Sleeping Mats: 1.85m x 0.55m / 1.92m x 0.58m x 0.08m
|Toilet & Shower :||
Portable Hand-Held Shower can be rented as an extra hire item.
|Air Conditioning :||
Driver's cab air-conditioning operates only when engine is running
|Heating :||Driver's cab heating operates only when engine is running.|
|Child Seats :||
The vehicle has positioning for a total of two child restraints.
Two child seats (three years and under) can be fitted to the rear forward facing seat with an anchor point. OR two booster seats (minimum four years of age) can be fitted to the rear seat with a lap-sash belt.
Child and Booster seat info 2018-19
Child and Booster seat info 2019-20
|Water Tank :||
Fresh Water Tank Capacity: 20L Jerry can
|Fire Extinguisher :||Supplied|
|Seat Belts :||5
2x Driver's Cab
3x Main Cab
12V 40L Fridge/Freezer
2 Burner Portable Stove
Pack of 4 x disposable butane canisters. Extras available for purchase at branch.
Kitchen and General Equipment
Radio, CD player, USB input
|Engine / Fuel :||Diesel|
|Fuel Capacity :||130 Liters|
|Fuel Consumption (approx) :||12 / L/100KM
Average of 12L/100km. This may vary subject to the use of air-conditioning, temperature and terrain.
|Power Supply :||12V battery|
|Exterior Length :||4.72m - 4.80m|
|Exterior Width :||1.80m|
|Exterior Height :||2.40m (3.50m with Rooftop Tent Up)|
Camping chairs, foldout table, side awning, cage roof rack, self inflating mats, rachet straps
Awning: Attached to 4WD
Linen & Bedding (per person): Pillow, pillowcase, sleeping bag; Bed Sheet; Bath Towel
Extras: Camping chairs, foldout table, cage roof rack, self inflating mats, rachet straps
Outback Safety Kit:
The Outback Safety Kit includes an Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), snatch strap with D shackles and a folding spade. An EPIRB when activated transmits an emergency distress signal which can be detected by Australian rescue authorities. A snatch strap is used to pull a vehicle from a bogged position with the aid of another vehicle. The D shackles secure the snatch strap to a rigid anchor point.
Please Note: We cannot guarantee ages on specific vehicles.
These details are indicative of the vehicle that will be supplied under your booking. Actual vehicles may vary according to year of manufacture and availability but your vehicle will be suitable for the required number of persons and have equivalent or better specifications to those listed in this website. Vehicles cannot be requested by make, model, year of manufacture or features.
Important Note: The Queensland Government has issued new restrictions relating to 4WD hire vehicles travelling to Fraser Island. This includes prohibiting luggage storage on the roof of the 4WD vehicle. If travelling to Fraser Island in the Safafari Landcruiser 4WD all luggage must be safely secured inside the vehicle.