The Pilbara Princess has embarked on its maiden journey across the Australian outback, with its owners' aim for it to be used to search for gold in five-star comfort.
The latest construction by Majestic Motorhomes in Frogs Hollow was made for Jeffery Johnson and Kirsti Singleton, a Western Australian couple who travelled across the country to get their dream motorhome built.
The motorhome has a bed with adjustable height that has a kitchen underneath, diesel hot water and hot plate, a sink, fridge and freezer, satellite TV, electric seats, cupboard space in the floor, a bathroom, space to store a quad bike and two air conditioners to beat the heat of the desert.
"She's a home away from home, that's for sure!" Ms Singleton said.
The entire contraption bolts onto the back of a truck and Mr Johnson said it was "the best feeling in the world" to see it completed after five years of construction.
They aim to use the motorhome to travel into the outback for long-term gold detecting, which is a pursuit the couple loves.
"We just like the bush and the peace and quiet from everybody, getting away from the hustle and bustle," Ms Singleton said.