Tents

Tents

Not sure which tent you need? Then check out our entire range of tents!

Anaconda offers a wide variety of tent types including family tents, swags, hiking tents, gazebos and camping tents.

Discover them all to find the right tent for you!

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  •   Dune Sentry Bivy

    Dune Sentry Bivy

    Super compact and lightweight bivy, ideal for anyone heading into the great outdoors. Featuring light weight aluminium poles and plenty of ventilation for all climates. Fully taped seams offer ultimate protection regardless of what the elements throw at you....

    Reg: $169.99

    Now: $101.99

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  •   Dune Kimberley 9 Tent

    Dune Kimberley 9 Tent

    The Dune Kimberley 9 Tourer tent made with heavy duty 320 gsm ripstop canvas which makes this tent more water resistance and more breathable. The canvas has been treated with water resistant so it will keep you dry in rainy season. It's heavy duty PVC floor stop water coming from ground. Kimberley 9...

    Reg: $699.99

    Now: $419.99

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  •   Dune Kimberley 9 Plus Canvas Tent

    Dune Kimberley 9 Plus Canvas Tent

    The Dune Kimberley 9 plus tent made with heavy duty 320 gsm ripstop canvas which makes this tent more water resistance and more breathable. The canvas has been treated with water resistant so it will keep you dry in rainy season. It's heavy duty PVC floor stop water coming from ground. Kimberley 9 p...

    Reg: $799.99

    Now: $479.99

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  •   Dune Eyre Tent

    Dune Eyre Tent

    The newest addition to the Dune 4WD tent range has a tough top to bottom exterior, with quick set up mechanisms to make setting up camp the least of your worries. The tent boasts near vertical walls offering ample head and shoulder space for even the most broad-shouldered camping enthusiast....

    Reg: $1,299.99

    Now: $779.99



  •   Dune Innamincka Canvas Tent

    Dune Innamincka Canvas Tent

    Dune Innamincka tent has a 340g heavy duty ripstop canvas material which is ideal for any camping condition. Canvas has been treated with water resistant formula to keep you dry and also full PVC tub floor provide great support. It has an no see um mesh on all windows and doors and also has a room d...

    Reg: $1,399.99

    Now: $839.99


  •   Dune Eyre Plus Tent

    Dune Eyre Plus Tent

    Don't be fooled by the Eyre's minimalistic appearance, the silver-coated roof will reflect the harsh Australian sun whilst the no-see-um mesh provides superior ventilation sans the mozzies. With its spacious layout and sleeping capacity of 7 people, it will be perfect for your next camping adventure...

    Reg: $1,399.99

    Now: $839.99


  •   Dune Outback Swag

    Dune Outback Swag

    The traditional Aussie bush bed the swag was originally a rolled blanket carried by farm workers who walked from job to job in Australia during the 1800s. Today, swags are more sophisticated but still used by bushmen, cattlemen, cowboys, drovers, hunters, fishermen, Scouts, bikers and hikers. Made f...

    Reg: $349.99

    Now: $174.99


  •   Dune Boundary Swag

    Dune Boundary Swag

    An icon of the Australian outback, the swag is an original Aussie design born out of necessity in the 1800s, but these days it's one of the best ways to travel fast and light through the Aussie bush. Quick and easy to roll out, the tough 320 gsm (12 oz) canvas Boundary Swag is great for fishing trip...

    Reg: $249.99

    Now: $149.99




  •   Dune Sturt II 4V Dome Tent

    Dune Sturt II 4V Dome Tent

    The Sturt II 4V tent is ideal for your camping trip. Sleeps 4 adults. Featuring a single room with enclosed front vestibule and front and rear doors for greater access....

    Reg: $599.99

    Now: $359.99


  •   Dune Outback II Swag

    Dune Outback II Swag

    The traditional Aussie bush bed the swag was originally a rolled blanket carried by farm workers who walked from job to job in Australia during the 1800s. Today, swags are more sophisticated but still used by bushmen, cattlemen, cowboys, drovers, hunters, fishermen, Scouts, bikers and hikers. Made f...

    Reg: $349.99

    Now: $174.99


  •   Dune Woodland Cabin Tent

    Dune Woodland Cabin Tent

    The Dune Woodland Cabin Tent is a two room dome tent, with Eclipse Technology in the rear bedroom. Eclipse Technology is a coating applied to the inner fly providing a darkened sleeping experience. A must for any couple or family wanting the ultimate camping experience....

    Reg: $899.99

    Now: $539.99


  •   Dune Woodland Cabin XL Tent

    Dune Woodland Cabin XL Tent

    The Dune Woodland Cabin XL Tent is a three room dome tent, with Eclipse Technology in the rear bedroom. Eclipse Technology is a coating applied to the inner fly providing a darkened sleeping experience. A must for any couple or family wanting the ultimate camping experience....

    Reg: $999.99

    CLUB: $499.00


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Which types of tent can I purchase at Anaconda?

At Anaconda, we have every type of tent you might be looking for, from single person swags to large family tents, and everything in-between. In addition, you can find gazebos, swags, sunshades and windbreaks, and even toilet and shower tents at Anaconda. Whether you are looking for a lightweight model tent to go hiking with, or a large family tent for an extended holiday, you'll be able to find it here.

What kind of tent is right for me?

That depends on many factors including the type of holiday you are planning, how many people need to be accommodated, your budget, your preference for either canvas or man-made material, how good you are at putting up tents and whether you will have to transport your tent a long way from the car, as some of them are much heavier than others! Also, someone who is trying camping for the first time may not want to invest in high-end camping gear until they know this is the right type of holiday for them, so a budget-friendly option may be more suitable. Experienced campers may be looking to add to their existing tent or looking to renew or upgrade. The possibilities are many.

Where do I start with choosing my tent?

For first-time campers, the choice of sizes, shapes and materials of tents can be quite confusing, so we recommend that you read up on the various options first to see what is important to you. You will find plenty of information on-line, or from reputable camping and caravanning sites. You might also want to come and have a look at one of our stores, and speak to our sales team who between them have lots of experience when it comes to camping, hiking and tents.

What other things should I consider about tents?

Size and weight of your tent are important factors. As well as being able to sleep in your tent, you may also need to allow space for eating and spending time inside when the weather turns against you. You will also need to allow space to store your gear, equipment and food. Many inexperienced campers make the mistake of going for the number of people that a tent can sleep when choosing their tent, but these guides don't allow for any extra space that you may need for moving about, storing stuff, etc., so always check the actual floor space carefully.

On the other hand, choosing the biggest tents possible may not always be the wisest option, as they can be much heavier, be tricky to put up for one or two people, and may take up too much space in your vehicle. Two smaller tents side by side rather than one large tent may also give you more privacy, which can be a bonus for longer holidays or when children are of varying ages. Parents may want to keep younger children in the main tent with them, while older children or teens might enjoy the use of a single or double swag.

What about the materials tents are made of?

Both canvas (cotton) tents and tents made from man-made materials such as Nylon, PVC and others have their pros and cons and you will find as many people choosing one as the other for varying reasons. Canvas tents are made of a more breathable material and have god insulating properties, keeping you cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold times. Man-made materials are lighter and easier to handle, but may be less comfortable in very hot situations. They are also often cheaper than canvas tents and have the benefit of being easier to care for. A canvas tent will not take kindly to being packed away damp, developing mould and mildew much more easily than a polyester tent.

Isn't camping in tents a very basic, primitive experience?

It certainly can be, if that is what you are aiming for! Some people love being one with nature, and tackling the elements with just the most basic provisions. However, if you like a bit more luxury, modern-day camping can certainly provide that, with its tall and roomy tents, comfortable airbeds, portable power solutions that let you run fridges and even air conditioning, and a huge range of accessories ranging from fire pits to en-suite toilets. So whether you want to be "roughing it" or prefer "glamping", at Anaconda we can provide every level of comfort that you can think of for your next camping experience.