Experience Adventure and Coastal Beauty with Stoney Creek Campers

If you’re seeking a memorable outdoor hybrid that combines adventure, coastal beauty, and the freedom to explore, look no further than Stoney Creek Campers. Imagine driving onto the beach with your family and a sense of relaxation taking over… well that’s the feeling you’ll get at Teewah Beach in the Great Sandy National Park.  

With the beach practically at your front door, setting up camp becomes a breeze with Stoney Creek Campers’ Scout offroad hybrids, including the impressive Scout 13. 

Combining over 30 years of camping experience with modern parts and accessories has never been more accessible. Despite being only 13 feet long, this Hybrid Caravan comes filled with everything needed, from a king-sized bed to separate toilet and shower, you can level up your next romantic weekend away. 

Powered by a twin battery and solar setup, constructed with an extremely tough welded aluminium box section frame and finished with a composite panel floor, the Scout-13 Off-Road Hybrid Caravan is perfect for all terrain. 

Now you’ve got camp setup – time for an explore!  From Teewah Beach, venture further south to the Cooloola Recreation Area and discover Double Island Point. The Lighthouse stands tall and offers breathtaking views of the coastline. Even though it looks like a tough one, the hike to the lighthouse is worth every step, as you’ll witness marine life, including turtles, dolphins, and even the occasional whale. 

At Double Island Point, cooling down means casting a line and enjoying some beach fishing.
Whiting, flathead, and dart are just a few of the typical species you can expect to catch and when it comes to cooking up your fresh catch, you’ll want a camper with a sturdy camp kitchen built in – of course, any of the Scout range! 

Don’t miss the chance to experience the beauty of nature, the joy of caravanning, and the convenience of Stoney Creek Campers range of hybrids. Start planning your dream getaway today! 

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