Huge Range of Campervan Rental in Perth
Campervans are available for hire from Perth and all other major tourist destinations. There is a huge range of campervans available in Perth like Apollo, AAM, Cheapa, Hippie, Britz, Mighty, KEA and Maui.
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Campervan Suppliers Address in Perth
Apollo, Hippie & Cheapa Campa
65 Worrell Avenue, High Wycomb, WA 6057
Britz, Maui, KAE
471 Great Eastern Highway, Redcliffe, WA 6104
Around Australia Motorhomes
337 Great Eastern Highway, Redcliffe, WA
Aussie Campervans & Car Rentals Pty Ltd
30 Brockman Avenue, Bull Creek
Perth, WA 6149, Australia
Camp Grounds and Accomodation for your Camper Hire in Perth!
Aussie Campervans offers camper rentals in Perth based in Australia at affordable rates. We offer a wide range of campervan rental starting from 2 berths and goes upto 6 berths to experience sheer luxury.
Country Comfort Inter City Perth
249 Great Eastern Highway, Belmont
317-319 Great Eastern Highway, Redcliffe
Bel Eyre Motel
285 Great Eastern Highway
Phone: (08) 9277 8999
357 Great Eastern Highway
Phone: (08) 9277 7777
Recommended Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds
Perth Holiday Park
91 Benarra Road, Caversham 6055
Phone: (08) 9279 6700
Perth International Tourist Park
186 Hale Road , Forrestfield 6058
Phone: (08) 9453 6677
Fax: (08) 9359 1787
Central Tourist Park
34 Central Ave, Ascot
Things to do and Visit with Perth Campervan (Attractions and Tours)
Western Australia's capital, Perth, was founded in 1829 by Captain James Stirling, and in 1856 was proclaimed a city. Perth has a Mediterranean climate, with more hours of sunshine than any other Australian capital city. The Indian Ocean is its western border, the Swan River courses through its centre and the Darling Ranges border the eastern outskirts.
Rottnest Island - 19 kilometres off the coast, a 60 minute trip from the city. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Rottnest Island. There are stunning beaches and bays, historic sites and fine views. Hire a bike (no cars allowed) and explore all that the island has to offer.
Fremantle - Perth's port, the host of the 1987 America's Cup, 17 kilometres down the Swan River has Perth Restaurants, cafes, entertainment, all in one of the world's best-preserved 19th century seaports.
The Aquarium of Western Australia - wsurrounds with over 2000 marine animals, including bottlenose dolphins, sharks, giant rays and the interactive Discovery Pool. If you have enough daring, you can scuba dive with the sharks in the Shipwreck Coast feature aquarium.
Other interesting things to see and do includes:
A short walk from the city centre is Kings Park occupies 1000 acres (400 hectares) of natural vegetation, lakes and lookouts. Eucalyptus, native shrubs like the kangaroo paw, exotic orchids, unique grass trees and wildflowers are nurtured here in natural surroundings. Other features of the park are walkways, children's playgrounds and the Botanic Gardens.
There are more than 60 wineries in the Margaret River region, and as with all premium wine areas it has a strong gourmet food industry, as well as many restaurants and cafes. As a starting point for wine tasting you might like to try the Margaret River Regional Wine Centre, located on the Bussell Highway in Cowaramup. There are wine events all year round, with the highlight being the 10 day Margaret River Wine Region Festival, held in early November.
Another strong attraction of the area is the surfing. There are over 75 top-class breaks along the pristine 130 km coastline between Capes Naturaliste and Leeuwin. The roaring forties push the swells and provide breaks to suit all standards of surfer. Scuba divers and fishing folk will also find much to please them in the region, and there are opportunities for whale and dolphin watching.
Bottlenose dolphins regularly swim into the shallows at Monkey Mia, to take offerings of food and make contact with humans. It is a ritual that apparently began more than 40 years ago. While these wild creatures generally arrive daily, there is no guarantee when it will be - the dolphins come into to shore when they are ready to, not at the call of human trainers.
Aussie Campervans can assist with your Perth Campervan Rental requirements. We can also offer Perth Motorhome rental and Perth 4WD rentals.
Rental campervans, Motorhome hire and 4WD campers are available from Perth to explore the Margaret wine region or drive the coastal route between Perth and Broome, very popular for travelers wishing to see a diverse range of landscapes and attractions.
Go for a Drive from Perth to Perth Roundtrip through Aussie Campervans
Experience the very best Perth has on offer. Venture to the historical city of Fremantle with its colonial buildings plus visit Penguin Island to see the penguins in their natural habitat. With more than 60 wineries in the region you can enjoy the famous wines from different vineyards and enjoy the gourmet food with many cafes and restaurants. Do not miss the Australian wildlife on your way to Albany and take the opportunity to visit the markets and buy the delicious fresh fruits, vegies and other products which are sold by real farmers.
Day 1 – Perth (A short walk from the city centre is Kings Park, 1000 acres (400 hectares) of natural vegetation, lakes and lookouts. Natural surroundings like eucalypts, native shrubs, exotic orchids, unique grass trees and wildflowers are nurtured here).
Day 2– Perth to Margaret River
Day 3 – Margaret River is a popular destination for world-class wineries. Locals come here in winter too to having a walk along & horse riding through the bush.Surfing with numerous top-class breaks along the coastline is another attraction of this place.
Day 4 – Margaret River to Pemberton - A town of towering timbers is set in the heart of karri tree country. Here you'll like to climb the world's tallest fire lookout tree - the famous Gloucester Tree. See a forest filled with the color of spring wildflowers and taste some of Western Australia's top wines.
Day 5 – Pemberton to Albany
Day 6 – Albany (To see sensational views over King George Sound, go to the Middleton Beach boardwalk trail through Aussie Campervans. You can also take a drive up to Albany Wind Farm and feel dwarfed by the towering turbines. Some of the things to do include world-class hiking, fishing, sailing and diving).
Day 7 – Albany – Perth
Day 8 – Perth