Luxury under the stars…

ECO Tents have been developed to satisfy the growing appetite of camping but with a few of life’s luxuries thrown in - with what is being referred to more and more as Glamping.

ECO Tents are manufactured is Brisbane for Jumping Pillows® by Copelands & Pickers from the best fabrics and components.

A tremendous cost effective, environmentally friendly outdoor accommodation option which blends in with the natural environment.

Specifications:

  • Standard range available in kit form providing easy installation for your handy man or local tradesman to install

  • Standard Type 1 - Deck size is 5.1m wide x 7.3m long with a Tent size of 3.5m wide x 4.5m long

  • Standard Type 2 - Deck size is 5.1m wide x 7.3m long with a Tent size of 3.5m wide x 5.5m long

  • Family ECO Tent - The deck size is 5.1m wide x 9.7m long with a Tent size of 3.5m wide x 6.5m long

  • Decking is made in the USA by the World’s #1 decking brand Trex, the inventor of timber alternative composite decking. Easy to install with no painting, staining, splintering, fading, rotting or termite attack to be worried about. Trex decking is optional as you may decide to construct your own decking with alternative materials

 
  • Three roof layers of protection with spacing between each layer provides ideal air-flow and insulation from the elements

  • Top layer is Australian made, commercial grade shade cloth which provides shade and reduces heat build up within the tent. Warranty 15years pro rata

  • The second layer is a solid fabric with waterproof finish that provides protection. Warranty 5 years

  • The third layer is the tent roof which is made from Australian quality 14.9oz 505gsm waterproof canvas. Warranty 5 years

  • The tent walls are made from Australian quality 10.9oz 370gsm proofed canvas

  • The tent is supplied in kit form and can be be erected onsite by a handyman or tradesperson as we will supply installation instructions

  • Foundations, footings and support posts are site specific and not provided

  • Council approval may be required as your local Council may have their own building regulations regarding construction


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