Campervan Rental For Tourist Destination in Alice Springs, Australia
The heart of Australia – Alice Springs is a travel hub for sights and hikes. Alice is located in the middle of the the large land area without lights on the earth. It’s Australia’s most famous outback home, known for its aboriginal art scene and pioneer history. Surrounded by cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, refreshing waterholes, beautiful palm trees and amazing wildlife, the city dwell the beautiful colors of life.
Alice Springs is the heart of Australia! Or we can call it simply Alice! Campervan rental in Alice Springs is one of the best ways to get around and see Alice Springs. Alice Springs is a place surrounded Macdonnell ranges all around which was built during the dreamtime by giant caterpillars - this is what the Arrernte people believe. Campervans are available for hire from Alice Springs and all other major tourist destinations. You can get to view the Milky Way, even in your Campervans.
Campervan Hire Pick up Locations in Alice Springs
40 Stuart Highway, Alice Springs NT 0871
Cnr Stuart Highway & Power Street, Alice Springs, NT
Around Australia Motorhomes
34 Stott Terrace, Alice Springs, NT
Camp Grounds and Accomodation for your Campervan Rental in Alice Springs
Alice Spring is the travel hub of Australia. Hire a private campervan in Alice Springs through Aussie Campervans, and you are bound to receive a dependable camper van from an established and worthy brand at a reasonable cost.
Alice Springs is the gateway to some of Australia's most fascinating attractions - Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Each year hundreds of thousands of tourists fly east to Australia's best-known icon, Uluru.
Known for many years by millions of tourists as Ayers Rock, Uluru is the world's largest monolith and stands 546 meters above the plain in the heart of the largest island continent. The road ringing Uluru gives a three-dimensional view of the Rock whereas Alice's desert climate supports horticulture and grape industries worth $50 million a year.
4WD roof top tents, campervans and Motorhome rental hire and 4WD campers are available from Alice Springs for you to explore the West MacDonnell Ranges and Kings Canyon. You can also head north from Alice Springs along the Stuart Highway to visit Tennant Creek, Katherine and Darwin.
Accommodation, Caravan Parks and Camp Grounds: Big 4 ; Top Tourist Parks
Red Centre Resort
Phone: 1800 089 616
Recommended Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds
MacDonnell Range Holiday Park
Palm Place, Alice Springs
Phone: +61 8 8952 6111
Stuart Caravan Park
Larapinta Drive , Alice Springs
Phone: +61 8 8952 2547
Phone: (08) 8276 6695
MacDonald Range Caravan Park,
Heavitree Gap-Palm Circuit
Phone: (08) 8952 6111
Places to Visit from Campervan Rental in Alice Springs, Australia
Mereenie Loop - linking Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, Uluru, Kata Juta along the West MacDonnell ranges and Glen Helen (permit required for some parts of this track that pass through Aboriginal land.)
Anzac Hill- for the best views over the town, particularly good at sunrise and sunset.
Old Timers' Museum - Most significant social history museum which is there from the 1890s. You will also find the Old Ghan Train Museum & Heritage Railway at MacDonnell Siding - it accommodates a great collection of photographs and memorabilia related to all the eras of heritage.
Henbury Meteorites Conservation Reserve - where a meteorite hit the earth thousands of years before. You can take a walk around the craters there that also has a camping area with all the basic facilities.
Watarrka National Park in the Red Centre has been the home of the Luritja people for tens of thousands of years. Their word, watarrka, is the name of the umbrella bush that grows here.
The King's Canyon Walk - a 6 km loop that climbs to the top of the canyon and traces the rim of the towers before descending to the car park. Delightful waterholes, cycads, riverine vegetation and the "Garden of Eden' are to be seen on this track. You'll also see the "Lost City" rock formations and a rock shape curiously called the "Camel's Head". Allow 3-4 hours as there are some steep sections, stairs and boardwalks.
Uluru is one of the most magnificent sights in Australia - Remote, awesome and splendid in colors that vary as the day unfolds from soft blue hues to glorious orange-reds. Out of respect for the preference of the Aboriginal owners, many people do not climb Uluru.
A climb to the top is not for the faint-hearted or the unfit. The steep ascent takes about 45 minutes and climbers should make sure they carry a drink. A walk around the approximately 9-kilometre base reveals caves, overhangs and interestingly sculpted formations in the deeply eroded yet smooth rock face.
Aussie Campervans can assist with your Alice Springs Motorhome Rental requirements. We can also offer Alice Springs rental cars, campervan and motorhome hire and Alice Springs 4WD and 4WD camper rentals.
We work with Apollo, Around Australia Motorhomes, Britz, Maui, Cheapa and MIGHTY to offer campervans, motorhomes, 4WD campers and RV rental services in Alice Springs.
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Go for Alice Springs Roundtrip through Aussie Campervans
This short tour will showcase Alice Springs, once inhabited by the Arrernte Aboriginal people. Visit one of the Aboriginal art galleries and don't forget Ayers Rock to experience the sunset! On your way go to Kings Canyon and make sure you take photos of the stunning views. The Red Centre and the Australian Outback will be a perfect addition to holiday.
Day 1 – Alice Springs
Day 2– Ayers Rock to Kings Canyon (Uluru, located in the Red Centre at a distance of 450 kilometres from Alice Springs, is one of the most magnificent sights in Australia. Website: www.parksaustralia.gov.au/uluru/
Day 3 – Kings Canyon to Alice Springs
Why not Take a Drive from Alice Springs to Darwin through Aussie Campervans!
Do you want to see the real outback? Alice Springs to Darwin is a great route to experience the same through Aussie Campervans. Hire a 4WD, drive through mud puddles and enjoy the view by going to the places other vehicles cannot. Once you arrive in Darwin you can always proceed with another route to see more of the beautiful country.
Day 1 – Alice Springs
Day 2 – Alice Springs to Tennant Creek (a friendly hamlet on the main artery between Alice Springs and Darwin. Plan a picnic and pursue the walking track through the Honeymoon Ranges to Lake Mary Ann.
Day 3 – Tennant Creek to Katherine (Katherine is an important gold producer centre along with a large beef cattle region. Visitors are attracted by the spectacular river and Katherine Gorge which are the hotspots.)
Day 4 – Katherine to Kakadu
Day 5 – Kakadu (is admired for its rugged slopes, flood plains, abundant wildlife and not to forget the Aboriginal artwork. The place consists of beautiful waterfalls, gorges, bushwalking tracks, billabongs, birds, native wildlife and many more things to see) Website: www.travelnt.com/kakadu-and-arnhem-land.aspx
Day 6 – Kakadu to Darwin
Day 7 – Darwin is a truly adventurer's paradise as it offers starting from the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city's Asian-influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle.)