Jayco Work ‘n’ Play Caravan – Brisbane Camperland

Santa may be the ultimate toy hauler – especially at this time of year – but that doesn’t mean we mere mortals can’t get in on the act.

All you need is a Jayco Work ‘n’ Play.

It’s part caravan, part mobile garage – so you can bring all your adventure playthings with you on holidays – whether it’s a mountain bike, kayak, go-kart… whatever spins your wheels!

Plus, you get to stay in comfort wherever you pull up on your off-road adventure.

The Jayco Work ‘n’ Play is packed with features – from an expander function that delivers a nearly Queen-sized bed at the front … to a well-equipped modern kitchen, ensuite, stereo and TV.  Plus, the versatile ‘garage’ area converts to bunk-style bedding – 2 as standard, 4 as an option.

The Jayco Work ‘n’ Play also has everything you need for a self-sufficient stay –battery, solar panels, water tanks and dual gas bottles.

The push-button electronic awning makes it easy to create a shady space where you can stretch out and soak up the great outdoors.

It’s an unbeatable combo of comfy camping and adventure the way you like it.  If that sounds appealing, why not check out the Jayco Work ‘n’ Play toy hauler for yourself, at Brisbane Camperland – Australia’s leading dealer for Jayco Caravans.

Maybe mountain biking is your preferred style of adventure? If so, then head to Hidden Vale Adventure Park – a mecca for mountain bikers about an hour west of Brisbane, near Grandchester.

There are more than 100 kilometres of trails fanning out across the 12,000 acre property – including one of the longest downhill runs in Queensland.

You can hire a standard mountain bike or electric bike on-site – and there are shuttle services to get you to the top of the steepest downhill runs.

Next year, Hidden Vale Adventure Park will open up a campsite – so you can bring your Jayco or tent and enjoy a multi-day adventure at the park.  The camp area, known as Bubbling Springs, will also feature glamping options.

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