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Oztrail Genesis 9 Person Tent $229 (RRP $449.99) @ Anaconda


Great price, Nearly half price of the RRP, time for camping and a short vacation with the family. It would be good for Fraser islands/beach trips as it takes 9 ppl.

An incredibly spacious family tent, the OZtrail Genesis 9 Person Tent is dome-shaped providing plenty of head room and making it the ideal layout for families. A large D-door and rear and side windows allow for excellent ventilation and air flow. Featuring 3 large internal areas - two private bedrooms separated by a central living area, this tent gives you space to move around and make yourself comfortable. For even more coverage, open the spacious front awning to create a sheltered outdoor dining area.

Two private bedrooms separated by a central living area
Plenty of head height throughout the entire length of the tent
Spacious front awning for sheltered outdoor dining or living
Large rear and side windows provide excellent ventilation
Oversize D doors front and internally for easy access

Note: Awning poles not included
Model / Product Code
Silver Coated 63D Polyester
Sleeping Capacity
Poles Material
Fly Fabric
Silver Coated 63D Polyester
Floor Material
10x10 Polyethylene (PE)
Storage Sack
(2.1 + 1.45 + 2.1) x 2.7 x 1.9 m
Packed Dimensions
70 x 25 x 25 cm
Product Weight
13 kg
12 Month Warranty
Primary Activity(s)
Family Camping
9320531080816, 9320531001781, 9320531047239

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  • Reviews are not good. Ok if there is zero wind by all accounts

  • I may have said this before in this community, but I wouldn't touch Oztrail tents/gear. Cheapest quality for a mod range price (because they think they have a 'brand') and the most woeful (if not non existent) warranty service. From experience (multiple products) they refuse to accept simple summer use and pole breaks as grounds for faulty manufacturing.. best to either save your money and get pay the right price for the quality of product, or spend a bit more (Coleman/Blackwood, or higher) and get a better quality product. But, this is just my experience alone and I respect others may have completely different experiences, so YMMV of course..

  • Been using this Kmart 8 person tent for sometime and is really good. In heavy rain and strong winds as well.

  • I have one of these tents. It handles wind and rain well when pegged down properly. It is under 10kg which is light for the size. This light weight means that it is lightly built so care needs be taken and a tarp needs to be put down under it etc. I’m not sure I’d recommend it for anyone that goes away more than twice a year. It is big for the bucks though.

    The setup is four fibreglass poles set across the tent with the ropes at each end providing the strength and form of the tent. It is less complicated but requires someone with a appreciation of symmetry to put up correctly. Other cross pole or quick up tents have a fixed symmetry so are less sensitive to the skill of the pitcher.

    It is 6 camp tent at best so that needs to be appreciated. It is not as good as a $600-1000 tent and it’s is not very warm inside, pretty much summer only.

  • My oztrail tent also has quality issues. We used it for the first time (in the rain) and thought it was great. After a few more uses rain water started to seep through the nylon/polyester fly (the outer layer) and drip into the tent wetting us and our sleeping bags! Not a good experience!