Here at Rhinomax we believe that the recipe for success is simple, produce a good quality product and look after your customers. Our customers happiness is important to us and we are proud to be recognised as one of the industries stand out performers for customer service. Here is some of the feedback from our customers and there is lots more on our owners Facebook page.
Judy & David Wilmot
Well we are now on our way back to Melbourne after collecting our new camper! We did about 2000kms after picking it up, testing everything on it. We bush camped and used the shower, enjoyed the heater on a couple of cold nights, enjoyed our electric roof, and proved we could spend all day together inside when we had 95mm of rain while camped in Maroochydore! We’ve now had our service and can’t thank everyone at Rhinomax, especially Ben and Troy, enough for their attention to the few queries we had. After setting everything up as we want it we are ready to begin our adventures. See you on the road somewhere.
Norm & Denise Oliver
We have just returned home after completing 18,342 kms. Our Discovery 2 has outperformed above and beyond our expectations. We completed the Great Central Rd from Uluru to Laverton in WA. On our return to Melbourne, we decided to travel the Anne Beadell Hwy (no highway, isolated and heavily corrugated track). In view of this being our baby’s maiden voyage, we were cautious, but pleased to report our findings.
We were extremely pleased to have the Webasto diesel heater. Our other great investment was the air bag assembly. The van was well sealed from dust and maintained a comfortable temperature. We also had so many people showing interest in the van. All locks on doors within the van remained in place considering the rough conditions.
We have no reservations in recommending the Discovery 2 to prospective travellers. Our after sales attention for minor issues has been above and beyond.
Thanks Rhinomax for producing a top hybrid van.
Just returned from the trip north I mentioned a few weeks back (Ruby Gap, Chambers Pillar etc,) and happy to report the maiden voyage of the Scorpion was a great success. If I’d known the state of the road from Chambers to Finke I might have baulked at going, but the Rhino stood up to the battering corrugations brilliantly. Now we’ve done it, I’m pretty confident it will handle pretty much all we’d ever ask of it! Although the corrugations were awful (described by the other 2 couples as worse than anything they’d experienced on The Gibb River road) the most “exciting” bit was a stretch of bull dust that couldn’t be driven around coming out from Chambers Pillar.
The other beaut thing about having the Rhino in a tag along with a Patriot and a CUB forward fold was, well, guess who was easily the first to be sitting in the chair with a frothy?!? It was almost embarrassing watching the other lads working! ( I got over it pretty quick!) My memories of set up after a long day with my forward fold quickly faded! Then of course, I could mention the morning pack up times as well, but I don’t need to preach to the converted!!
A great van, tough as nails and really comfortable. No more beanies, tracky dacks and jumpers to bed (really warm and again embarrassing explaining to the others some mornings that we actually needed to kick the doona off as we we were a bit warm!!). Soooo glad we’ve moved up to a Rhino.
Pam& Eric Faulkner
We have recently returned from a 6000km trip in our Scorpion. What a fantastic little hybrid camper this is. Don’t be fooled by its tiny size, this camper is oozing with features and comforts. Thing we love most about it is the ease and speed of the setup and pack up. We can be sitting back enjoying a cuppa whilst other people with traditional campers are still sorting out their ropes and poles. To be on the road in the morning literally takes minutes.
We were also very happy with how it tows and handles both on the freeway and over rough bush tracks. Due to the low profile and narrow width, fuel economy of the towing vehicle (Prado) was really good. For us the Scorpion ticks nearly all the boxes!
Congratulations to Steve, Andy all the team at Rhinomax for building such a great hybrid camper.
Peter & Alison Brown
With 40 years of camping experience behind us, we decided to move up in the camping luxury stakes and get ourselves a Hybrid caravan, as we still like to go off into the bush.
After a lot of research, we decided on the Rhinomax Discovery, as it was the best priced high spec Hybrid on the market. The deal was sealed for us when we requested some design changes which the Rhinomax boys also decided were worth doing – some are now standard spec’s on current models.We highly recommend Rhinomax on their innovation and their first class after sales & support.
Mac & Jen McCallum
Just completed 12145k from Melbourne to the Kimberley via the Tanami, Gibb River Road, Kalumburu and Mitchell Falls. I think we sold at least 4 as we had a number of open houses to interested people who wanted to “discover’ the Discovery. From gorgeous sunsets and the exceptional horizontal falls to beer o’clock with people from all over Australia and the world and along some of the roughest roads we have travelled in over 20 years of four wheel driving the Rhinomax did it all. Happy campers ?
John & Lucy McCreath
Picked up our Scorpion about three weeks ago now and have done a shake down trip ever since! Been to Inskip Point and Noosa North Shore for some beach camping then to NSW for some inland farm stay camps now slowly heading home to Adelaide tonight’s stay Orroroo free camp fantastic.
To the team at Rhinomax thanks a million for your ongoing support which we’ve needed along the way! Nothing has been too much trouble.
Our first big trip in the Rhinomax was to Uluru. We live in an amazing and beautiful country. It’s easy traveling knowing you are towing comfort behind you.
In Marla with coverage after taking the Rhino up from Adelaide through Woomera, Andamooka, Oodnadatta, Dalhousie and Mt Dare. Now heading to Arckaringa and then back through Coober Pedy to Gawler Ranges. Camper going really well ?very happy campers
Wood is a must whist in national parks and easy with the supplied rack. Lockable front is easy and well designed,
Beat it up without an issue, corrugations and a few major potholes without it falling apart, it’s what we were looking for.
One of our camps during our trip from Vic to Rainbow Beach. We stayed at the wonderful Freshwater camping ground.
We have bunks in our Rhinomax and the kids use them on overnight stays. The swags come out for longer stays. We love our Rhinomax Discovery. It awesome to tow and very functional. Our family of four are very grateful.
Travelled to central Australia this winter. Most people head to the West Macs but we also spent time in the East Macs – stayed at Trephina Gorge in the Panorama Campground – magnificent! Beautiful spot – great facilities.
Our Scorpion is called ‘Birni’, which means ‘rhinoceros’ in one of the Sudanese dialects. He’s tough as, like his namesake! He handled all the rough roads the territory threw at us.