If you make your own table, you may well save enough to afford a more powerful router. I believe the Bosch 1617 EVSPK kit is available down under, and it is a really nice choice for the table. You can bolt the fixed base in the kit and there is a key you can get to fine adjust height from above the table.
In making the table, I suggest you use Baltic Birch plywood. It has MANY very thin layers and tends to be very flat. 18mm thick. I would also suggest you use a double layer with a cutout on the bottom layer into which the router fits. Even better, order a 3/8ths (9mm) aluminum router mounting plate, most of which come pre drilled for mounting Bosch routers. The aluminum plates stay FLAT. An aluminum plate will require that you cut an opening 25mm smaller than the plate, then rout out a rabbit (ledge) about 12mm wide all round to seat the plate. Make the table at least twice the size of the Ozito table.
If I were making a table of one layer of plywood only, I would glue and screw 1x2 trusses under the table to help maintain flatness over time. I would leave a 36mm or so plywood lip on each side so you can clamp down your fence. I really like an L shaped fence with some sort of block to keep it a perfect 90 degrees (vertical to the table). I like a fairly tall fence. You will be cutting an opening large enough for your bit to fit through, and you can find or make a small chamber behind the fence with a hole for dust collection. You will get a lot of sawdust falling out the bottom of the table during use. That's why so many of us make a box below the table to collect that sawdust. Put a door on the front of that box so its easy to reach in for adjustment.
If the box is strong enough, you can set ithe table up on a stand or table of some sort, and still be able to pack it away when not in use.
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