Book Campervan on Rent for Brisbane Adventure
Queenslands capital enjoys a mild climate, averaging around 21° Celsius in winter and 30° over the summer months. The city is bounded by the Brisbane River, and there are many walks, reserves and BBQ and picnic spots. Public transport is good, with a choice of ferry, bus and train services. A train service connects the airports to the city, approximately 20 minutes journey. You can also explore some of Australias best beaches and rainforest areas renting a campervan from us. Inorder to explore the citys attractions, a campervan rental in Brisbane can make your journey funfilled.
Brisbane is a great place to start your Australian campervan rental holiday. The Gold Coast and Sunshine Coasts are only an hours drive north and south from Brisbane just ideal for your campervan rental holiday.
Things to Do and See Renting a Campervan in Brisbane
Fortitude Valley - When you are in Brisbane you must visit Fortitude Valley (including Chinatown Mall and Brunswick Street Mall). There is just a whole lot of activities and events to suit everyone. If you are there over the weekend – visit the Brisbane Valley Market, which is held every Saturday and Sunday morning and join the locals for a fun filled day. Hunt for a bargain or check out the fashion stakes - Youll find both new and second-hand goods on offer. You can also try out the delicious dishes available from around the world and chill out to street entertainment. Hire a campervan to wander around at the fullest.
Southbank Precinct - Take time off to enjoy Brisbane Southbank 17 hectare parklands with its beautiful lawn, trees and gardens. Southbank is Brisbane’s cultural center with events all year round and many family-friendly activities. Enjoy the uninterrupted views of the city skyline and visit Stanley Street with its many cafes and restaurants offering an array of international cuisines renting a camper van.
CityCat Ferry - catch the ferry and cruise along the Brisbane River. The cruise stops at places like Southbank, Brisbane City, Riverside Centre and the Newfarm Park which are all wonderful places to see around the city. The CityCat ferry is one of the great ways to see the city while enjoying a relaxing cruise.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - is the worlds first and largest Koala sanctuary located in the Brisbane suburb of Fig Tree Pocket. You can find Koalas, Kangaroos, Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, and Echidnas, various species of Reptiles, as well as a Platypus, and many colourful Australian birds. This Sanctuary is one of the very few sanctuaries in the world which allow visitors to hold the koalas for free. Campervan rental can make this possible and allow you to access many places at a time.
Cruise up the coast for half an hour to Moreton Bay where the magnificent Southern Humpback whales. These gentle giants of the deep migrate to and from Antarctica making their way through our warm waters to feed, mate and play in the sea around the Redcliffe Peninsula area. This aquatic playground also offers camping, bush walking and fun-filled 4WD adventures and more.
Book directly and pick up your Brisbane campervan rental and recreational vehicle (RV) at one of our many Brisbane branches. We offer one-way rentals from Brisbane to other major cities in Australia.
Our staff are also happy to help with any questions that you may have regarding your upcoming Brisbane campervan hire or RV rental. We are committed to offering the highest possible standard of customer service and are happy to discuss your travel plans and offer travel suggestions.
Please call +61 3 9317 4991 or email us with your Brisbane campervan rental requirements.
Suggested Touring Route: Brisbane
Brisbane to Glass House Mountains - in your campervan rental just head north and travel approx. 1 hour and you will find Glass House Mountain in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Bring out your camera and take a walk up to the Glass House Mountains Lookout Circuit for magnificent views across the region. There are picnic tables, BBQ and toilet facilities in the park. For the more adventurous you may wish to try out mountain bike downhill track at "Hennessy Hill".
Visitors to Australia Zoo will find this the ultimate wildlife adventure. You can cuddle a koala, hand-feed the kangaroos and there are just thousands of animals to see and meet. Take one of the many Australia private tours to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action.
Glass House Mountains to Maroochydore - keep heading north in your campervan hire and in 40 minutes you will have reached Maroochydore is at the very centre of the Sunshine Coast.
Make a stop in your campervan rental at Caloundra well known for its surf beaches and you will find may sheltered waterways ideal for fishing, boating, water-skiing and sail-boarding. At Kings Beach you will find a beach pool complex that caters for adults and children alike. Caloundra also hosts many free events throughout the year including jazz, opera and music festivals. Camp the night at Cotton Tree, a popular holiday spot, well-serviced by holiday flats and a caravan park. There are just so many activities for everyone, river cruises, and great fishing opportunities in this seaside haven.
Maroochydore to Noosa - Another must stop destination driving through a campervan hire is Noosa with its beautiful beaches and lush green hinterland. Whilst the afternoon away and stoll along Hastings Street, famous for its cafes, restaurants, galleries and boutiques. Fancy a hike to Noosa National Park (most visited National Park in Australia) and visit Devil's Kitchen and Hell's Gates. Be on the lookout for koalas that live in the park
Noosa to Rainbow Beach - Located 107 km north of Noosa, Rainbow Beach the gateway to Fraser Island is one of the great four-wheel drive excursions in Queensland. You can hire a camper van from Aussie Campervans for your adventure. Note: Permits are required to drive on the beach between Noosa and Rainbow Beach. Remember to drive at low tide. You can also walk south along the beach to the towering cliffs of coloured sand.
A short drive in a campervan rental to the north from Rainbow is Inskip Point. From here there is a ferry to take you and your car across to Fraser Island. There is camping available on the beach at Tewah or at the Freshwater Campgrounds. The Double Island Point Lighthouse offers one of the best scenery anywhere in the world. You will find turtles, dolphins and dugongs and many other marine life.
Rainbow Beach to Hervey Bay - Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island, and you will require a 4WD camper if you intend to drive on the beach. Swimming here is safe for everyone and it is also a haven for fishing.
The main attraction here however are the whales. Giant Humpback whales migrate north in the colder months and you can watch them at Hervey Bay in August. This is the season when they will calve and they are seen up here until mid-October before they head south to Antarctic for the summer.
Along with campervan rental services, Aussie Campervans offer Brisbane motorhome rental and 4WD rental service in Brisbane at competitive rates.