“Miss Myrtle” is a 1955 CARAPARK caravan that was found in a carport in Hay, New South Wales, Australia in the mid 1990s.
Soon after she was found, she got a full makeover and saw use as an office and retreat for nearly two decades.
More recently, she’s had a second makeover, and this time serves as a mobile glamping pad for vacationers to the Mornington Peninsula, near Melbourne, Australia.
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Jessie and Scott are the owners of Happy Glamper, and will deliver Miss Myrtle to your camping spot of choice near Melbourne. You’ll get to experience luxurious trailer living in a one-of-a-kind space.
The camper has a vintage Rock n’ Roll diner feel, along with a gas cooktop and Queen size bed – there’s even a record player.
If you like the idea of camping in a vintage trailer in Melbourne, Australia, Happy Glamper also has a 1966 Airstream you can stay in. You can read more about that trailer here, or make reservations through Airbnb.
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1 thought on “This Adorable 1955 CARAPARK Hunter Sixteen Two Is Now A Mobile Glamping Pad”
would like some campers built to be pulled by a motor cycle it would have to have electric breaks
could be pulled but a trike
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