The Last ten years I’ve made do with some pretty excellent camping gear, but nothing has matched the new Canter setup.
When my mates Janet and Jim from Top End Camp Gear saw the canter build on Instagram, they just knew it was time for me to go to the next level.
4WD Camp Kitchen Layout
This one is the long haul, Jim has designed three setups for their kitchens depending on your needs. To see the full Top End Kitchens range you can check them out here.
On the long-haul, there is a slide-out twin gas burner. For protection from the wind, the gas burner has a fold-away windbreak making cooking easier in almost any conditions. Setup in just seconds, a quick hookup to the gas bottle and you are good to go.
4WD Touring Kitchen
The main section of the camping kitchen has a front timber prep bench which folds down to a large prep area. It is just awesome, no need to pull out a folding table. Everything is at your fingertips. This is touring in comfort.
Canopy Kitchen Storage:
There are twin sliding drawers for utensils, stopping everything sliding around with cabinet space below for pots and pans and room on top for your pantry supplies.
Camp Kitchen – The Longhaul Kitchen$1,850.00
Bush Kitchen by “bushies”
You can tell that both Janet and Jim are real travelers who use their gear. Every aspect has been carefully thought out. A great example of this attention to detail is in the little pocket on the left. On the side is too slots designed to keep larger carving knives, easy to get to and safe to store your larger knives safely.