As a business owner, have you ever considered purchasing a camper trailer for your employees to use for work purposes? Not only could it boost employee morale, but you may also be eligible to take advantage of the Australian government’s temporary full expensing measures.

Temporary Full Expensing measures run through to 30 June 2023 and allow eligible businesses with a turnover of less than $5 billion to write off the full cost of eligible assets in the year they are purchased. This initiative was introduced to encourage businesses to invest in assets that could help stimulate Australia’s economy.

Many businesses are already taking advantage of this scheme by purchasing vehicles, furniture or equipment. However, did you know that camper trailers could also be eligible?

Camper trailers can be used as a mobile office or as an accommodation option when travelling for work purposes. They can provide a comfortable and cost-effective solution for employees who need to travel but don’t want the expense of staying in hotels or motels.

To be eligible for temporary full expensing, the camper trailer must be used predominantly for business purposes. This means that the trailer must be used for work-related activities.

When purchasing a camper trailer, it’s important to ensure that it meets the ATO’s requirements including being purchased and installed within the financial year, being a new asset (not second-hand except where aggregated turnover is less than $50 million) and being used for business purposes.

If you’re interested in purchasing a camper trailer for your business, it’s important to speak to your accountant or financial advisor to ensure that it meets the requirements for the temporary full expensing measures. They can also advise you on any additional tax benefits, such as claiming depreciation expenses.

Investing in a camper trailer for your business can provide a range of benefits for your employees and your bottom line. It’s an exciting opportunity to take advantage of the Australian government’s temporary full expensing measures to help your business grow and prosper.

UPDATE: The 2023 Federal Budget confirmed that Temporary Full Expensing expires on 30 June 2023. From 1 July 2023 an instant asset write-off is available for asset purchases up to $20,000 per asset for businesses with a turnover with less than $10 million turnover.


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