Exciting new range coming soon.

We've spent much of the Christmas break deliberating over what we can do to make Cooee Canvas a campfire name! We've decided to branch out, not only will we be selling our quality canvas bags but we have been working hard with other Australian manufacturers and business' to bring you some great new and exciting products. 


Things you can expect to see in the coming months include the following. 

  • Fire-pit with grill and hotplate
  • Clear top bags in 5 additional sizes
  • Freestanding swags
  • Canvas Shelter / Tarpaulins 
  • Sleeping Bags
  • LED Light Kits
  • Camp Kitchen Kits


Our all Australian made fire-pits will be made from solid 4mm steel, the fire-pit also incorporates our clean burn design so that you spend more time around the fire and less time trying to keep it going. You also have the option to purchase a stainless steel hotplate and grill that fits perfectly on top for when you want to double up on your heating / cooking. Even better, when you've done the whole fire-pit packs away neatly inside itself and can be stored in our super strong fire-pit canvas bags. 

We are also introducing an extensive range of clear top bags, these things sell faster than we can make them, literally. The feedback has been nothing but positive and we thought the best way to enhance this was to offer them in a larger variety of shapes and sizes so you can store more than before. 

Swags, who doesn't love a swag? These bad boys have been tried and tested in some of the harshest Australian conditions and they're the goods. A week of torrential rain on Fraser Island followed closely by a week of scorching heat crossing the Simpson Desert was no match for this swag. We have two designs we're currently running with and whilst these are not manufactured by us we have been contemplating making our own traditional style swag if the demand calls for it. 

There have been too many times I've needed a groundsheet, or a shelter and have had nothing. We have a ton of canvas so why don't we make some? Well we have, I wanted something to use on my boat for a week out fishing Lake Eucumbene and so we knocked up a canvas shelter, 2800x300 was about the perfect size. 

LED lights, these things are a dime-a-dozen these days, we've imported these and they're just the same as everywhere else but now you can get them from us, we'll likely be selling these inside our small explorer bags. 

Sleeping bags, well, this is something we've been contemplating for a while after doing a run of bivvies for a commercial customer. I've always struggled to find a good sleeping bag that wouldn't break the bank, personally, I've spent the last few seasons lugging around a full bedspread which is less than ideal when the ute starts filling up or if I'm hitting the trails. We've managed to strike a deal with some of the top end sleeping bag manufacturers, we cant drop names, but let's just say you'd normally pay upwards of $600 for these same sleeping bags from other well-known brands. 

Finally, our kitchen kits, nothing too special here but every camper needs some stainless steel mugs, plates and basic cookware. We thought that they would be a perfect addition to some of our canvas bags and have decided to do a run of these for those touring setups where you want everything in an easy to reach place.