With Covid changing just about every aspect of our lives, self-drive holidays are now the cheapest and safest way to see your Australian backyard… not to mention amazingly flexible. 30-minutes notice and you’re away for the weekend. 10-minute setup. Stay a day, a week. Accommodate overnight guests. Hitch up and head to the party a few suburbs away.
One person manoeuvring.
Honest. Good quality. Great value. Australian made.
Pre-orders being taken now!
Strong, light weight
Extremely easy to tow and manouver
Quality build, fully insulated
Steel, marine ply, fibre glass, UV protected
High density foam mattress
Sleeps 2 adults and 1 young child
Exterior / interior Lighting
No more fumbling in the dark, inside or out
Fridge, gas cooker & storage
All the creature comforts of home
Running water & grey tank
Washing up is a breeze, or a quick drink
Choicey choice choice!
Solar, roof-rack, bike-rack, extra storage, off-road upgrade, accessibily modifications….
Skylight 2-way fan
Drift away in comfort, far far away…
Yeah, we know… over the top but fun 🙂
All Wotpods will be badged with their production number – NOT a license plate, but your unique Wotpod ID. Wotpod Wanderers will be invited to setup their own Wotpod Gallery on this Wotpod website in order to share your Wotpod travelling stories and checkout the adventures of others by simply typing in a Wotpod ID in our gallery. Coming soon!
So get in early for the lower production numbers.
Can I choose my own colours?
Yes! Our standard Wotpods are built with high grade marine ply side walls and a fibreglass/timber combination roof. The whole unit is lacquered and then sprayed with an enduring UV protectant coat. Our standard roof colour is white, but this can be matched to your car colour for an extra $500. We also offer Alcubond (aluminium composite) side walls, which come in an array of colours, for an extra $1000. If you want to choose your roof and sides, the package option is $1250. Add gst too all prices.
Do the windows have flyscreens?
Yes, the skylight and window both have flyscreens and full weather seals.
I assume the doors are lockable...
Yes, the doors are locable, as is the galley kitchen lid, windows and even the towball housing.
If you don't get the solar upgrade, how is the teardrop powered?
All Wotpods come with a 100amp deep cycle battery which will last around 3-days on average. You will need your own battery charger and extension cord.
What happens with the grey water?
There is a water storage container under the chassis with a tap to release the grey water when convenient.
What size is the fridge?
The fridge is a 24lt portable which can be easily removed and filled from your home fridge in preparing for your trip. You can also plug the fridge into your car’s socket on your journey to avoid draining your Wotpod’s battery.
Is there room under the kitchen bench that would fit a small wine fridge (approx H 51.5 x W 46.3 x D 26.3)......priorities 🙂
Everything is possible, but please note that any complex refinements will add labour costs, no markup.
Will the roof racks upgrade take the weight of a batwing awning (approx 22kg)?
Yes, the roof will be reinforced at the anchor points of the roof racks.
I don't currently have a towbar on my vehicle, I understand there are different connections, are these options with the trailer?
The vast majority of pins are 7-pin rectangle male. If for some reason you end up with something different, just let us know in advance. You can also buy adapters, eg here.
Would there be room to add a gas bottle to the trailer?
Yes and the Wotpod comes with a full gas bottle.
What is the overall length of the Wotpod?
The overall lenth is:
Cabin – 2400mm
Extra platform – 300mm
Drawbar – 1500mm
Total – 4200mm, or 4.2m
Where does the grey water go?
Grey water is stored in a grey water reservoir under the belly of the Wotpod and is released by tap.
Does it come with a spare tyre?
Yes, the spare wheel is stored under the drawbar.
What are my storage options?
All Wotpods come with some storage space under the galley kitchen bench, inside the cabin along the shelf and a 50l waterproof poly-storage box (620 x 370 x 345 mm), which houses the battery with room to spare. You may also opt for roof racks and a roof rack basket.
Where does the gas cooker go?
The galley kitchen will be overhauled in our upgraded model, quite different from the images shown on this website. The cooker will slide on rails from underneath the bench, turn dial start cooking.
What sort of warranty do you offer?
All Wotpods come with a 12-month warranty… that said, if you find a design fault even a couple of years later, we’ll want to know about it. We appreciate high quality items in our own lives, so we have no intention of cutting corners on anything we produce. These are built to last.
I want to purchase a Wotpod, what is the next step?
You decide what options you want and email us. We will call you and have a chat. We then send you an invoice for the $5k deposit, with a statement that: “You will be refunded your full deposit if you are unsatisfied with your Wotpod when you collect from Strathfield, Sydney.” The balance of payment will be due on collection should you wish to finalise ownership. Basically, your $5k gives you first option to take your Wotpod when it’s ready.
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What is the registration process?
Wotpods come with a NSW blueslip for registration. The annual cost for registration is $67, but you will initially pay a small stamp duty and you buy the rego plate, which is $65.
How many people can sleep in these?
The mattress is a shave off a queen size. We sleep 2 adults and a 9yr old girl, but we also use the 4.2m gazebo with the walls attached when our daughter has friends come camping with us. Realistically for a good night sleep, two adults comfortably in the cabin.