Our Campers

For the second year running Cub Campers has won the NSW Manufacturer of the Year award at the Caravan and Camping Industry Association Award of Excellence.
Built on a bullet-proof-chassis of 100% Aussie Bluescope steel, and featuring hard-wearing Australian Made canvas, a Cub Camper is built to last.

Cub is also famous for its ezy-wind system which ensures a lightening quick-setup.
Another advantage Cub has over its competitors is its fantastic resale value.
A Cub camper is designed to travel low, which minimizes wind drag and greatly assists with fuel economy.



All Cub campers are built onsite at our 3 acre factory premises in Sydney using quality Australian products including Australian steel and Australian canvas.

We have invested heavily in research and development and state of the art machinery to ensure our product continues to evolve.

Cub is very proud to be a member of the “Australian Manufactured Camper Trailer Guild”. To be a member of the Guild, camper trailer manufacturers have to prove by independent audit that the chassis, body, suspension and tent are Australian made as per the ACCC definition.


Cub History

In 1968 retired pharmacist JK Fagan bought a small box trailer business in Sydney’s western suburbs. His son Roger then joined the business and together they created Cub’s first ever camper trailer.

Almost half a century later, Cub has produced more than 20,000 camper trailers!
Cub has become an iconic Australian brand which continues to lead the way in camper trailer innovation.

To this day Cub remains in the Fagan family. Roger’s son Shane, who worked his way up from being an apprentice on the factory floor is now the General Manager.


Customer Service

If you want to know about our unbeatable customer service, just ask a current Cub owner.

No matter where you are in Australia, you are never alone if you own a Cub Camper.
We have a huge amount of pride invested in our product and our staff often remain in contact with customers for years after they make their purchase.

If you want to ask Cub owners any questions, they have their own facebook page.