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2 Berths
Highball Mighty

Compact With All The Mod-Cons

Wakey-wakey, eggs and bakey. Time for your early morning stretch in the Mighty Highball, with heaps of headroom. This camper sleeps up to 2 mates, so your Aussie cross-country campervanning trip can go on and on and on.

But first, sink your chops into a big grilled brekkie thanks to the brilliant kitchen area. Break away from the city, and see Australia in a down-to-earth Highball campervan.

You must be 18 years of age or older to drive this vehicle.

Please note: Make, model and layout is not guaranteed.

Model depicted is for travel until 31 March 2024. For travel from 1st April please click here for the applicable specifications.

2 Seat Belts
Sleeps 2 adults
Fresh Water Tank
Kitchen with sink


  • Unleaded Petrol
  • 70L
  • Power steering
  • Transmisson automatic
  • Length: 4.90m
  • Width: 1.70m – 1.74m
  • Height: 2.50m – 2.70m
  • Interior Height: 1.86m – 1.90m
  • 2 seat belts


  • Gas cooker
  • Fridge with freezer compartment
  • Microwave
  • Sink
  • Cold pressurised water


  • Freshwater tank
  • Waste Water
  • 240V Socket
  • 12v battery / 240v mains
    / solar panel*


  • Sleeps 2 adults
  • Double (1.85m x 1.55m)

Highball Floor Plan


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Helpful Tip

We recommend you plug into 240 volt power on your first night and then every two or so days for the house battery to fully charge. The speed of the 12 volt battery drainage will depend on the climate and how often it is used. A full charge takes between 14 to 16 hours and needs to be done at a campground every two or so days.

Top-up the fresh water and empty the waste water every one to two days.

Empty the toilet cassette every one to two days, or as needed. The waste water tank and toilet cassette must be emptied at an authorised dump station. If you are staying in a Holiday Park, you will have access to one there. Otherwise, use the thl Roadtrip App to search for the closest one. Top-up and empty at every opportunity and you won’t have to worry about a thing!

Lastly, always remember, have your keys with you when you are outside the camper.