A brief history of Jayco Caravans

Jayco is one of Australia’s most recognised and respected brands in the recreational vehicle sector.The company employs over 1,000 people and continues to be be a family owned and run business. With all Jayco caravans being built in Australia it is truly an Australian brand.

Jayco was established in 1975 has been an integral role in the Australian holiday dream for now over 40 years. They are built with both quality and affordability in mind. Since 1975 Jayco has built and sold more than 200,000 caravans. Cementing themselves in the Australian psyche.

As a Jayco owner you can also join a Jayco Owners Club where you can connect with like minded people and share your Jayco and caravanning experiences. 

Holiday with Jayco

Most Australians would have a memory of summer holiday in the Jayco caravan. In the 70s the memories will include a green stripe around the caravan, the 80s saw more orange in the colour mix. Some of these oldies can still be seen at caravan parks around Australia.

The current range of Jayco’s are far more streamlined and spacious. The pop tops are easy to store and easy to set up, making weekend camping a breeze, while the motorhomes can become your home away from home.


Looking for a Jayco Caravan on the Gold Coast?

Here at Gold Coast Caravan Sales we always have a Jayco caravan on the block. Usually more than one, and because of their respected brand name and quality of build they usually don’t last long on the site.

From the humble Freedom Pop-Top to the more up market, but still affordable, SIlverline there is something for every budget and family. Only need a caravan that sleeps two but is going to be your home away from home for large parts of the year? The Jayco Silverline with slide out lounge and bedroom areas is for you.

Need to take a family of 6 on a summer holiday? The Jayco Expanda outback family caravan is worth the investment.

There is a long list of benefits to owning a Jayco caravan and the important thing is a second hand Jayco caravan holds its value.