Frontline Campervans have spent over 30 years bringing people face to face with their touring dreams by creating innovative campervan conversions (modern day Kombis) perfect for exploring this great country.
Frontline favour two great base units in the Volkswagen Transporter and the Toyota Hiace.
Both of these vans offer features you would find in a modern day car which makes touring life a dream.
Clients are usually retired (or soon to be), worked hard to be where they are today, in the prime of their life, financially stable and ready to enjoy the next phase.
“They are often referred to as ‘kids in slightly older but wiser bodies’,” Frontline owner Peter Farrugia said.
The business is located in Brookvale and comprises two sites which recently have gone through expansion and renovation.
“The indoor showroom at 36 Cross Street, Brookvale is where you can experience Australia’s best selection of new campervans,” Peter said.
“Here the team can guide you through the product benefits and features of the campervan and vehicle.
“The showroom allows you to see a range of accessories tailored to the Frontline brand, along with the ability to test drive both models.”
The factory is also situated in Brookvale where the Frontline team design and construct their nationally recognised brand.
“Around 150 units per year are manufactured to the highest of standards,” Peter said.
“Over 3000 campers have been produced since 1987 and are happily roaming Australia wide.
“It’s a great feeling being part of an Australian-made product in a climate where people are often turning to products made overseas.”
Frontline offer a range of layouts in both the Toyota Hiace and Volkswagen Transporter.
The most popular are the four seater models to accommodate additional people while commuting.
One of the winning features is they are a multi-purpose vehicle so they can be easily used as an extra or only vehicle.
“They are extremely comfy, easy to drive, park and have great power with excellent fuel economy and there is no need for towing,” Peter said.
“The standard inclusions are a pop-up roof, swivel seat, fridge, bed, seating with table, battery and lighting, water tank, awning and much more.”
If you don’t want to take the big step yet, Frontline offer a try before you buy. This allows you to rent either the Toyota or Volkswagen Frontline Campervans for a minimum of seven days.
So if you’re interested in touring in style and comfort then come and take a closer look.
For more information ring (02) 9939 0600 or visit www.frontlinecamper.com.au.