3m x 3m x 2.25m high.
Solid core 8.3mm spring steel poles.
550g PVC bucket style floor.
320g rip stop poly canvas. Canvas flysheet with awning and 3 upright poles. Rear rip stop shadecloth window with zippered window flap.
Rip stop shadecloth D shape front door.
Worlds best YKK zippers. Small parts, big difference.
No guy ropes required (except for front awning).
Set up time 8 minutes.
Weight – 22kg canvas bag + 9kg pole bag = 31kg.
Sleeps 4-5 people.
Pack size – canvas bag 80cm x 40cm x 38cm. Pole bag 110cm x 17cm x 12cm.
Suitable for semi permanent and commercial use.
Built like the strongest swag on the market, with the room of a tent.
Made in South Africa.
The Diamantina Weekender 3A Safari Tent is a popular size and shape in our weekender series, as it offers additional internal space and an awning at a great price for a high quality canvas dome tent. The package size is compact compared to the space it offers inside. The floor area is the size of a pop up gazebo, which offers enough room to comfortably sleep 4 people. A 2.25m centre height is huge, offering plenty of air flow and standing room inside.
What’s appealing about this amazing tent is its super tough and very simple. No guy ropes required at all, and only 6 minutes to set up a tent that can handle almost anything mother nature throws at it. Unlike the throw away tents that will likely break with a gust of wind, these tents are made with the best components, so you can relax and feel confident this tent will withstand storms better than most other tents.
The 3m x 3m floor means 5 mattresses on the ground that are 60cm wide each will fit. Its the perfect little tent for 2-5 people with extra space for gear storage.
Why you should seriously consider this great little shelter. Take a look firstly at every other dome tent on the market and you will find they all require guy ropes to set them up. If you don’t use the guy ropes and a wind comes along and breaks the poles, your warranty is void (read the fine print in warranty paperwork with all brands).
THIS TENT HAS BEEN TESTED IN 100KM WINDS WITHOUT GUY ROPES.
The poles didn’t break. That’s because instead of using hollow fiberglass poles or alloy poles that can easily fracture, these tents are made with SOLID CORE SPRING STEEL POLES. The spring steel is super strong but also very flexible, and has a memory to keep its shape and structure for many years of use. So we have the best frames. And they are so simple to set up. No fiddly extra bits to worry about.
The canvas used is a 320g rip stop poly canvas. Better than the canvas used in many swags. Its tough, has a superior tear strength, doesn’t fade quickly and can handle a few bumps and bruises along the way. The canvas fly sheet with front awning provides more shade and insulation, keeping the tent cooler inside.
The floor is 550g PVC. This is tougher than some camper trailer materials. No sewn seams on the floor. You wont wear a hole in this floor easily.
The zippers used are YKK. Simply the worlds best. Do some research and find out how many other tents use these world class zips, most don’t.
Our commercial partners who have used these tents for years realise pretty quickly they have found the best, and keep re using these models. They just don’t have to deal with tears and breaks and lost parts like other tents. This is no fuss quality that you can rely on to do a great job.
Time and time again in camp sites all over Australia these tents outlast and out perform all other tents of a similar size in harsh weather conditions. Don’t pay attention to the latest marketing goop talking about pop up this and air pole that, the idea of convenience cant out perform a simple and strong product built to last.
Features and Benefits:
Virtually unbreakable solid core spring steel poles – never worry about dealing with a snapped pole again.
Exclusive rip stop canvas – the only tents that can be set up semi-permanently without fear of fading or deteriorating in the harsh Australian sun. No other tents dare to make this claim.
Category 5 compliance – meets strict quality control standards to offer the highest quality possible.
Cooler – the materials used allow hot air to escape, providing more comfort.
Quieter – These tents don’t rattle and shake when the winds pick up. Compare this to a floppy dome tent or pop up tent that rattles all night in the wind.
Stronger – Much stronger structure in cross winds, holding their shape firm and stable.
Durable – Hands down will last up to 10 years longer in the Australian sun than most other dome tents. Put up a cheap dome tent in the sun for 1 month and watch what happens to the materials (will fade and break down).
Darker – Don’t buy a light and bright coloured tent because at 6am when the sun is up, so are you as the tent will be a bright glow. These tents deliberately let in less light in the early morning hours allowing you to enjoy more peaceful sleep.
Water resistant – Highly water resistant materials and treatments are used so these tents perform in the harshest conditions.
Strong rip stop UV resistant shadecloth netting used on the windows and doors. All other tents use nylon or polyester no seeum mesh that tears easily and breaks down in the sun.
Super Heavy Duty 550g waterproof PVC bucket floor. Simply nothing more heavy duty that this.
Never buy another tent again. Built to last.
* Note – Conditions apply. Free freight to capital cities includes Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne only. Subsidised freight costs for orders to Hobart, Darwin and Perth. All regional areas outside these locations will incur freight charges at subsidized rates. Price on application.
** Special bulk order rates offered for commercial operators. This tent has been used in large quantities for commercial events and remote accommodation. Bespoke fetures such as colour highlights and personalised logos can be included for large quantity orders. Please allow additional production time for bespoke orders.
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“They were brilliant. Great weekend. Really happy with the (Diamantina Weekender 3A) tents we have chosen”.
Tim Faulkner. Australian Reptile Park and Devil Park.