2016 Aussie Rangefinder Comet hit UK

Aussie Comet hits UK Features of Bailey Australia’s new slide-out model may find their way into British vans Written by Michael Browning – October 18, 2016 The locally-designed and built

2018 Bailey Unicorn Pamplona IV Review

Bailey Australia Unicorn IV Pamplona Reviewed Bailey Australia has furthered its range of locally-built vans. Introducing the Australian-built Unicorn IV Pamplona. Bailey Australia has just launched its promised ‘Australianised’ Unicorn

2018 Bailey Rangefinder Comet Review

Slide-outs have become popular in the luxury caravan segment and it’s easy to see why: at a flick of a switch the interior living area opens up significantly. Bailey’s Rangefinder

Bailey Coastal 2018 Review

Lightweight Aussie caravan is easy to tow and live with Since transitioning from a full importer to local manufacturer, Bailey Australia has rolled out a succession of models addressing the

Bailey to offer single-axle family caravan

After beginning production of the first Australian designed and manufactured Bailey Caravans in 2016. The Bailey range has expanded into the single-axle Coastal range with four layout options and the

Bailey Capricorn

New Bailey Capricorn sucks… literally!

No need to carry a portable vacuum with new in-built option for Rangefinder caravans Most caravan manufacturers work hard to ensure minimal dust is sucked into the caravan when on the road.

First Look: Bailey Asgard

Latest Oz-built Rangefinder is a solid package for young families Bailey Australia has come a long way since it set up its local shingle in 2012 as the importer of Bristol (UK)-built

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