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Our striking Camping Kangaroo in shades of blue is an iconic image of outback Australia to show our appreciation of this beautiful land.
Kangaroos are also of spiritual and cultural significance to Aboriginal Australians. The name "Kangaroo" is actually derived from "Gangurru" which was the name given to grey kangaroos by the Guuga Yimithirr people of Far North Queensland.
This large affordable recycled plastic mat is 2.4x5m and is extremely popular for use alongside caravans and underneath gazebos. It is the perfect portable outdoor living space that adds comfort wherever you choose to stop.
The Camping Kangaroo mat is made from 95% repurposed plastics and is easy to care for, store and transport. Our camping and caravan mats are waterproof and mould resistant, plus require no drying time - a convenient advantage if the ground is wet or damp! Dust and food spillages can easily be wiped or hosed away, making this mat perfect for creating an outdoor space for meals or relaxation at your camping grounds. For extra strength, our outdoor camping mats are securely hemmed and include 6 pegging eyelets for tie-down purposes on dirt or grass.
This contemporary design is the perfect way to show respect as well as adding comfort to your travels amongst nature.
Recycled plastic, comes in a strong, 100% recycled polyester carry bag
These mats are reversible. Photos show both sides of the same mat. Mat colours may differ slightly from the images shown due to the different inks used in individual print runs.
All our floor mats have been made to the best attainable standards from UV treated recycled polypropylene. Follow our guide to mat maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions. Our floor mats and playmats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
Recycled Mats is a proud long-term member of the Indigenous Art Code, which ensures transparent, fair and ethical business trade in works of art by Indigenous artists.