Jaycos Work N Play

Work ‘N Play is the perfect recreation vehicle for thrill seekers, outdoor adventurers and those of us looking for more from our holidays.

Custom designed for those wanting to take along their holiday essentials, the Jayco Work n’ Play comes with a large rear storage garage to house motorbikes, mountain bikes, surfboards and water skis to ensure your RV adventure in an unforgettable one.

Whether you’re holidaying on the banks of Cumberland River or surfing the East Coast of Australia, the Work ‘N Play has been developed to let you take the tools for your adventure with you.

The garage area can be used to house and transport trade equipment including ladders, tools and carpentry equipment, creating the opportunity to turn this holiday vehicle into a tax benefit.

Jayco’s Work ‘N Play is designed to sleep four or six people. Thanks to the fold out front Expanda Bed and additional bunks, this is an ideal recreational vehicle for families or groups of friends looking for a cost effective, adventure holiday.

The custom designed recreational vehicle provides first-class comfort with features including a 240v/gas hot water service, 12v rangehood with a three-burner oven and is available in two layouts, one with a toilet and shower included.

Optional extras such as an LCD television and air conditioning add some everyday comforts to the outdoor adventure experience.

Other features include a microwave, flush fitted stainless steel sink with cover, a hot dipped galvanized chassis, domed fibre glass roof and a dual lockable water filter.

The 17 foot Work ‘N Play can be easily be towed by vehicles with 2250kg towing capacity.

Compact, comfortable and resourceful, the Work ‘N Play RV cannot be surpassed in its ability to turn an RV trip into a dream outdoor adventure holiday, all you need to do is pack your favourite toys.

Work ‘N Play is available in either a standard or outback model.

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Anthony Hood – Freelance Contributor Anthony is an avid motoring and photography enthusiast. His interests lie in performance cars, street rods, drag racing, 4WDriving and camping, burn out competitions, circuit racing and hill climbs. He is our resident hoon with heaps of experience. Married with two children and a qualified diesel mechanic and fitter, he has worked in the industry since leaving school over 16 years ago. His sheds are full of race cars and engines in various stages of working order. Anthony doesn’t get caught up in the marketing hype of the automotive industry and is fairly blunt. He brings a very laid back approach to reviewing vehicles.

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