Campervans are king when it comes to an Australian road trip. That’s why we have six campers across seven locations. It’s the best kind of access to the country’s iconic beaches, attractions, wildlife, and natural wonders.
Whether you’re planning an east coast expedition, a statewide sojourn, or want to relax beachside, we’ve got the ride you want and need.
When you’re on your holidays, you’re the boss! That means your schedule, your spur-of-the-moment detours, your emergency snack stops for Tim Tams. Right?
That’s why we love campervans – there is no greater freedom than when you’re carrying all that you need with you. Chuck your bags in the storage, pick your roadie playlist, stock the kitchen fridge with Tim Tams (or is that just us?), and get on the road!
Australia’s size means it’s best seen behind the wheel of a vehicle. Choose from iconic scenic routes, stop at empty postcard-perfect beaches, or take a side trip to hike in a national park. Sound like a bit of you?
Good, us too! That’s why, from Cairns down to Adelaide, you’ll find seven branch locations. As Australia is so flipping big, we’ve got five of the seven at or near an airport, because short cuts are also good sometimes. For added convenience, we have free airport shuttle buses, too.
Along with that, we allow one-way rentals to give you the freedom to choose your routes. This is accompanied, importantly, with unlimited mileage so you can travel without stress (no one wants to do maths on holiday!).
We’ve got over 10 years of experience of hiring campervans to intrepid Australian travellers, just like you. We are committed to delivering affordable, reliable vehicles, and accompany that with top-notch customer service and free travel advice.
Are you ready for your Aussie adventure?
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