Campervan Rental Adelaide
Adelaide is a perfect tourist venue as it has it all from spacious boulevards and vibrant inner-city districts to sophisticated architecture and lush green gardens. All this makes it a perfect and a popular destination for all age groups. Campervan rental Adelaide is one of the best available options to get around the city and nearby destinations. Adelaide a seaport city, situated in the heart of South Australia, is home to some of the finest historic monuments and tourist attractions.
The wide sweeping streets, lush green boundaries and busy city squares make Adelaide a marvelous place to explore and enjoy. The sparkling beaches of Adelaide are endless, that ranges from busy beaches like Glenelg and Henley to the most secluded, and out of the way beaches of the south coast.
Campervan rental option in Adelaide is a great way to move in and around the city at your own pace and visit all the interesting places.
Campervan Hire Pick up Locations in Adelaide
969 Port Road Cheltenham SA 5014
Britz & Mighty
376 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park, SA
Around Australia Motorhomes
91 Sir Donald Bradman Dr. Hilton, SA
Camp Grounds and Accomodation for your Campervan Rental in Adelaide
While booking campervan in Adelaide through Aussie Campervans, you are guaranteed to receive a well maintained campervan in a good condition from established and worthy brands at the most competitive rates. Aussie Campervans is the best option as we arrange the deals knowing our clients requirements.
Adelaide is situated midway between Gulf St Vincent and the Mount Lofty Range. Both are a short drive from the city. The coastline of Gulf St Vincent, only 10 kilometers to the west offers over 60 kilometers of sandy beaches, while the hills north of the city are a mix of native bush land, vineyards, orchards and villages. The Mount Lofty Ranges including Adelaide Hills lie east of the city, with German-influenced villages and cool climate gardens.
South Australia is famous for its quality winemaking, and is close proximity to the Barossa, McLaren and Clare Valley wine regions, plus the farms and orchards of the hills add more beauty to the place. Really, Adelaide is a gourmet's paradise.
Hire a Campervan or Motorhome from Adelaide to explore Clare, Barossa and other wine regions, across the Kangaroos Island or Australia's Outback, including the Flingers Ranges. Explore as much you want by booking one from us!
Adelaide Airport Motel
Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Brooklyn Park
Phone: +61 8 8234 4000
Morphettville Motor Inn
444 Anzac Highway, Camden Park
Phone: (08) 8297 8166
Adelaide Aviators Lodge
728 Tapleys Hill Road, West Beach
Phone: (08) 8356 8388
Recommended Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds
Brighton Caravan Park & Holiday Village
4 Burnham Road, Kingston Park SA 5049
Phone: +61 8 8377 0833
Adelaide Shores Caravan Resort,
1 Military Road, West Beach, SA 5024
Phone: (08) 8356 7654
Marion Holiday Park
323 Sturt Road, Beford Park, SA 5042
Phone: (08) 8276 6695
Levi Park Caravan Park
1A Harris Road, Vale Park, SA 5081
Phone: (08) 8344 2209
Recommended Location Attractions For Campervan Hire in Adelaide
National Wine Centre of Australia - situated at the end of North Terrace, showcases the excellence and diversity of Australian wines, winemakers and wine regions.
Barossa Valley - is one of Australia's finest wine regions, situated about 50 kilometers north of Adelaide. It is surrounded by vineyards with eight wineries on its doorstep and many more nearby with just a short drive away. There are restaurants where fresh local products are matched with delicious local wines, cellar door tastings and sales, picnic areas and so much more.
The biennial Barossa Vintage Festival takes place at Easter with events staged all over the Barossa Valley, culminating in the Grand Parade featured over 100 decorated floats.
Kangaroo Island - is Australia's third largest island, situated 120 kilometers south-west of Adelaide, is a haven for wildlife. It is a great place to spend the weekend - there's something about climbing on board the ferry which makes you leave all your worries behind on the mainland. The ferry goes from Glenelg or Cape Jervis south of Adelaide and in no time you will see the rugged scenery of the island.
There are several national and conservation parks, the largest of which is Flinders Chase National Park with its eucalyptus forests, the Remarkable Rocks and Admiral's Arch. New Zealand fur seals are found in this area. The Seal Bay Conservation Park is home to a colony of Australian sea lions and Cape Gamtheaume Conservation Park preserves the rugged and exposed southern coastline of the island.
Aussie Campervans can assist with your Adelaide motorhome rental requirements. We can also offer car hire and 4WD camper rental service in Adelaide.
We maintain business relations with Apollo Motorhome Holidays, Around Australia Motorhomes, Britz Rentals, Backpacker Campervans, Jucy Rentals, Kea Campers and Maui Rentals, Trailmaster Campervans and 4WD Hire Services to offer hire campervans, rental motorhomes, 4WD campers and RV's for rent in Adelaide.
Why not Take a Drive from Adelaide to Alice Springs through Aussie Campervans!
This 9 day trip will bring you from Adelaide to Alice Springs. You will experience spectacular desert view with alternative scenery. Visit the world-famous mining city Coober Pedy and of course Ayers Rock (Uluru). This trip will give you enough time to see all the highlights along this route.
Day 1 – Adelaide
Day 2 – Adelaide to Port Augusta - It is located on the silent waterways at the head of the Spencer Gulf.)
Day 3 – Port Augusta to Coober Pedy
Day 4 – Coober Pedy is best known for its unique style of underground living. There are lot many things to explore say like the authentic underground homes, museums, beautiful art galleries & underground churches.
Day 5 – Coober Pedy to Maria
Day 6 – Maria to Ayers Rock
Day 7 – Ayers Rock (Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is one of the most magnanimous sights in Australia. It is one of the oldest rocks on Earth.) Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/uluru
Day 8 – Ayers Rock to Alice Springs
Day 9 – Alice Springs (The Alice is a major outlet for Aboriginal art, and contemporary paintings are exhibited in a number of galleries in the city. For the best views over the town head to Anzac Hill, particularly good at sunrise and sunset.)