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Introducing the upgraded Explorer

One of Australia’s most luxurious slide out caravans just got an upgrade. Highlighted by the addition of German-made composite panelling, the exceptional workmanship, luxury appliances and finishes of the Explorer - coupled with its outstanding build quality - provide you with the glamorous on-road experience you’ve been dreaming of.




Separate zones for the whole family

The Explorer 23’9” features a different layout for more living space and separation between bedrooms so the kids and parents can enjoy their own space. A superb choice for young families on the road.

Separating the living area and the bedroom, the pristine bathroom complete with large shower will take your families off-road comfort to an entirely new level.


All the luxuries you want

The Explorer lives up to its glamorous reputation with a modern interior and fully equipped kitchen including a top-of-the-range Thetford gas oven, 188L Dometic compressor fridge and hidden washing machine making for the most luxurious off-road lifestyle imaginable.

The slide out creates even more space, transforming the entire van into a comfortable home on the road, complete with top-of-the-range Italian leather club lounge and slimline reverse-cycle air-con & heating unit.

Home luxuries include two 32” HD LED TVs and a Fusion series entertainment system with internal & external speakers. In low light, you’ll easily find your way around the Explorer with complete LED lighting throughout.


Plenty of power for modern lifestyles

Staying connected is what the Explorer is all about. A 120Ah Premium AGM deep cycle battery coupled with a 25Ah Battery charger will maintain the online lifestyle your family is accustomed to. A 170W solar panel and 45A solar regulator are more than sufficient for camping off the grid. 



Step inside the van for a 3d tour here or browse the full list of specifications here.

Find your local Universal Caravans dealer today to learn more about the Explorer.

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