Bundaberg/Walkabout 62 Rooftop Tent - Fits 3 People, Annex Optional - by 23Zero USA
Want a 4-season tent where you also sleep comfortably?
The Bundaberg (or Walkabout 62) is a great option for a soft-shell car top tent. This model is an expedition-grade RTT, meaning it's built with the highest quality canvas, fully waterproof and capable of withstanding the worst weather, suitable for 4-season camping.
Plus, the tent has a 3" thick queen size matters that can sleep 3 people, 2 adults and a kid, or a pet. It is 62" wide or queen sized.
On top of that, you can purchase an additional spacious annex, ideal to either store bags or other items, or simply to use it as a changing room. Everyone appreciates a comfortable place to change their clothes with privacy.
As to the tent itself, it is only 150 lbs, meaning it will fit most roof racks and the weight won't impact much on the fuel economy of the rig. These tents by 23Zero are designed in Australia, and in the land down under they've been making roof rack tents for decades now.
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Features of the Bundaberg RTT:
- Fits 3 People
- 4-Season Roof Top Tent
- Annex Optional 62" tall or 82" tall.
- 2 different travel cover colors to choose from: Black and Coyote
- 2 Sky View Windows with 2 layers, Outer is the same ripstop polycotton as the tent and an inner of ultra fine insect mesh
- Queen Size, 3" (75mm) thick covered closed cell hi-density foam mattress
- 260gsm poly cotton rip stop canvas
- 210 Denier fly
- 210 Denier oxford polyester ripstop annex
- Adjustable floor for annex
- 90" tall telescoping ladder
- Internal frame is 1" (25mm) diameter tube (covered)
- Oversized 1" (25mm) diameter awning hoop
- Cast alloy frame lugs with stainless steel hinge
- Alloy base
- Alloy pivoting yoke provides strength and reduces weight
- Adjustable fly helps prevent condensation and ensures constant airflow in all conditions
- Heat sealed seams
- Side vents improve air-flow
- Removable 550gsm PVC tub style floor for easy cleaning
- Large 35" (900mm) Wide x 55" (1400mm) High annex windows with super fine insect mesh throughout
- Heavy Duty UV Stabilized 600GSM PVC Travel Cover
- Removable pack down bungee cords included
- 2 Year Warranty
- Free Lift Gate Shipping!
- When Closed: 65" (W) x 48" (L) x 14" (H)
- When Open: 65" (W) x 121" (L) x 50" (H) does not include fly overhang or window awnings
- Sleeping Area: 62" (W) x 96" (L) 49" (H) inner tent
- Projection of tent over ladder: 62" (W) x 27" (L)
- Awning footprint: 98" (L) x 66" (W)
- Awning height from: 68" to 82"
- Weight: 150lb including Annex
23Zero Car Top Tent Set Up Video (as an example):
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- All tents have a similar installation process, but they might vary a little, that is why we recommend you reading carefully THROUGH EACH PRODUCT MANUAL, as well as watching their videos (most are online, or you can ask us to send them to you).
- Tools needed: A Phillips head screwdriver, a box cutter, a second 13 mmm ratcheting wrench, a 10mm ratcheting wrench and a heck saw.
- Before mounting them onto a roof rack, flat rack or crossbar, the first step is removing your newly bought RTT from the box, as well as all the bits and pieces included (all RTTs WILL include all the necessary installation parts and a manual).
- Take the tent out of the box and place it on a clean surface with the straps faced DOWN. Set aside the mounting racks. Remove the protective plastic from the tent with the box cutter. Undo the straps from the sides of the tent and across the base.
- Open the tent, and take from inside of it all the contents. Most brands will include a tent cover, rainfly, ladder, mattress, and a pouch with the hardware, tools and parts.
- Most RTTs will include the following tools and hardware (see Image as an example): 2 bungees, 2 ladder brackets, 8 aluminum channel sliders with bolts and nuts, 4 end caps, four steel mounting plates, the needed wrenches, and four medium sized bolts with washers.
- Then, time for the action. Grab the mounting tracks of the RTT; place them on the tent base parallel to the hinges, aligning the holes in the tracks with the holes in the base.
- Grab the nuts, remove them from the four medium sized bolts and slide them into the mounting channels, as to align them to the holes in the base.
- Then take the bolts each with two washers, and slide them between the mattress and the tent base.
- Screw them into the pre drilled holes and the nuts you just put in the tracks.
- Once the tracks are on, you need turn/flip the tent over to install the ladder.
- Grab the Ladder Brackets and unscrew the bolts on each bracket, so that you can position over the pre-drilled holes at the edge of the tent base.
- Take the longer bolts each with the washer, and slide them between the mattress and the tent base, into the pre-drilled holes and up through the ladder bracket.
- Attach each one with a nut and leave them loose.
- Then grab the ladder and through the holes at the end of it, join it to the by passing the remaining length of the bolt through the holes in the ladder end. Then add another nut and tighten it on both sides.
- Then rotate the ladder a few times, before tightening the bolts of the brackets to the base.
- Then secure the ladder with the straps (most tents should have them), and then reattach the side straps of the tent to secure it.
- Once all the parts have been installed, make sure you put the travel cover on top of the tent. It is a very easy process that barely needs explanation; just make sure you close the zippers carefully to prevent the tent fabric catching to the zipper.
- Time to place the tent on top of the vehicle. Since they weigh over 120 lbs, you will want the help of someone to do it.
- Mounting the tent mounting tracks depends on whether you have side rails or cross bars, and if you want the tent to open towards the side of the car or towards the back. In this step-by-step guide we will use a side mounting as an example on top of cross bars.
- Place the mounting racks in the base of the tent, PERPENDICULAR to your roof rack bars.
- Then, fit two aluminum channel sliders and bolts into each end of the mounting track, so that there is a bolt on either side of the roof rack bar. Repeat this process at each of the 4 points where the racks and mounting racks cross.
- Once this is done, fit a steel mounting plate on the bolts and under the roof rack bar, and secure them with nuts and tighten them with a wrench.
- Insert the rubber end caps into the end of the mounting tracks to avoid water or other materials going in there. You might need to hammer them in, but don’t be too aggressive.
- It is INSTALLED!
- Now, to open it, release the side straps, pull back the ladder until it locks out and use it as leverage to open the tent.
- Make sure all rungs of the ladder are locked into the edge.
- Before getting into the tent, make sure the hinges are properly engaged.
- Then unclasp the awnings and find the predrilled holes for the rainfly rods.
- Insert at a 45-degree angle and hook through the grommet.
- You are READY!
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
How many cross bars the Sydney tent requires?
We recommend at least 3 cross bars to adequately distribute the weight of the tent throughout base and cross bars. Also, make sure that the combined dynamic weight capacity of the racks is more than the weight of the tent, in this case 205 lbs. Hope this helps!