Australian families are catching up to the idea of outdoor adventures with a bespoke camper trailer tagged behind their trucks. Designed for the outdoorsy Aussies, to accommodate an Australian outback, the Offline Campers’ dual-mode off-road camper trailer called the Domino is built on a similar bed as the company’s previous Raker model. The Domino is perfect for small family adventures owing to the trailer’s generous internal + extendable space and quick transition from a day ride to a comfy night sleeper.
Packed with almost everything your family would need on the road, the Offline Campers’ Domino is ruggedized and conceived in the shape of a teardrop trailer. That said, it has more to it than just being a random trailer. It is the brand’s first hard-roofed interior camper with jaw-like rear doors and dual-mode functionality. During the day, Domino rides in the travel mode, and by night, just open its jaws and instantly transport yourself onto the comfy queen-sized mattress (don’t forget to shut the jaws from within) in camp mode.
When you demand some extra space, the Domino allows you to deploy an electric-powered annex tent at the push of a button. Once deployed, it opens up additional two meters of space (with the support of a few tent poles) and still lets you access the bed and the storage underneath it without any hassle. The living space, complete with the installed extension, offers ample camping are for two adults and a child.
For all the camping fun on the road and at the park, the Domino has a slide-out kitchen complete with a flip-out countertop, three burner stove, cooking utensils, fridge, and a storage compartment on the side. Onboard the Domino is a 200Ah lithium battery, an inverter, and rooftop solar panels that support the annex tent’s transition and take care of the other power needs. Starting at AUD 64,400 ($50,000), Offline Campers’ Domino makes for one robust companion that you would want for a big, off-road family adventure!
Designer: Offline Campers