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A family of 8 is traveling through Australia's most remote regions in a fully customized double-decker camper van. Here's a look inside.

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  An Australian family of eight commissioned one the largest
  campers in the
  world in order to explore Australia's most remote regions for
  months at a time.
  
  Designed by Australian luxury expedition vehicle manufacturer
  
    SLRV, it serves as a fully functioning house on wheels. 
  
  Dubbed the 
    Commander 8x8, the vehicle is 40 feet long, two stories
    tall, and can sleep up to 10 people.
  
  SLRV did not disclose the final cost of the camper but
  previously 
    estimated that the price would fall between $670,000 and
    $1,370,000.
  
  
    
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  An Australian family of eight is traveling around the wilds of
  Australia in a veritable mansion on wheels.

  The family, who prefers to remain anonymous, contacted
  Australia's leading luxury expedition vehicle manufacturer,
  SLRV, a year and a
  half ago about designing a camper that would allow them explore
  the country's most remote regions for months on end, SLRV
  cofounder Warwick Boswerger told Business Insider.
  This was no small feat: Australia is home to some of the world's
  last 
  true wilderness and is the 
  driest inhabited continent on Earth, consisting of
  70% arid or
  semi-arid land.
  But SLRV was up to the
  challenge. Boswerger and his team designed a two-story,
  40-foot long camper van that New Atlas 
  describes as "apocalypse-grade" and ranks among the 
  largest expedition vehicles in the world. 
  Take a look inside:

An Australian family of eight is traveling around the wilds of Australia in a veritable mansion on wheels.

The family, who prefers to remain anonymous, contacted Australia's leading luxury expedition vehicle manufacturer, SLRV, a year and a half ago about designing a camper that would allow them explore the country's most remote regions for months on end, SLRV cofounder Warwick Boswerger told Business Insider.

This was no small feat: Australia is home to some of the world's last true wilderness and is the driest inhabited continent on Earth, consisting of 70% arid or semi-arid land.

But SLRV was up to the challenge. Boswerger and his team designed a two-story, 40-foot long camper van that New Atlas describes as "apocalypse-grade" and ranks among the largest expedition vehicles in the world.

Take a look inside!

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