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The perentie is the largest monitor lizard or goanna native to Australia, and the fourth-largest living lizard on earth, It was a favoured food item among desert Aboriginal tribes, and the fat was used for medicinal and ceremonial purposes. The lizard can grow up to 2.5 m and weigh up to over 20 kg.
Our Perentie is the rugged rear folding camper trailer capable of taking you into the rugged interior where the living goanna is found.
The bearded dragon is native to the semiarid woodland, arid woodland, and rocky desert regions of Central Australia. They are skilled climbers and often spend just as much time perching on tree limbs, fence posts, and in bushes as they do on the ground. They spend the morning and early evening sunning themselves on exposed branches or rocks, and retreat to shady areas or burrows during the hottest parts of the afternoon.
Our Bearded Dragon is the luxurious forward folding camper trailer into which you can retreat after spending the morning and evening sunning yourselves.
The thorny devil is a small (up to 8 inches in length), spiky lizard native to Australia. They live in the arid scrubland and desert of the interior of the continent. In warm weather, the lizards are usually pale yellow and red, but they can change rapidly to darker colours in cold weather or when alarmed. They undergo this colour change daily as the sun rises and they become more active. In the cool morning, thorny lizards are a drab olive-brown and get lighter as the temperature climbs.
Our Thorny Devil is a side folding camper trailer that is the ultimate in toughness. If anything can get you through the arid scrubland and desert of the interior, this is it.
Frilled Necked lizards are members of the dragon family that live in the tropical and warm temperate forests and savanna woodlands of northern Australia. They spend most of their lives in the trees, but descend occasionally to feed on ants and small lizards. When this unique creature feels threatened, it rises on its hind legs, opens its yellow-coloured mouth, unfurls the colourful, pleated skin flap that encircles its head, and hisses. If an attacker is unintimidated by these antics, the lizard simply turns tail, mouth and frill open, and bolts, legs splaying left and right. It continues its deliberate run without stopping or looking back until it reaches the safety of a tree.
Our Frilled Neck is the small brother of the Lazy Lizard family. It is a side folding camper trailer capable of being towed by most vehicles. With this you will never be forced to turn tail no matter how rough the terrain.