Campervan Rental for Major Tourist Destinations in Melbourne
Campervans are available for hire from Melbourne and all other major tourist destinations. Campervan rental Melbourne is one of the best ways to get around and see Melbourne & Australia to the whole as well. There is a huge range of campervan suppliers in Melbourne like Britz, Apollo, Camperman, AAM, Spaceship, StarRv, Jucy, Cheapa, Hippie, Mighty and Maui. Caravan parks and camping areas can also be found in almost every city and town in Australia.
Discover this wonderful city of interest named Melbourne by exploring the sights and sounds with Aussie Campervans. We have a wide range of camper vans in Melbourne to choose the one suiting your needs and budget. Hire one of a kind from our range having 2 berth to 6 berth campervans in Melbourne, Australia & have a good time during your visit. We have maintained good business relations with recommended vendors of campervan rental in Australia. Due to this reason, we are able to offer our clients the most economical rates and the best service.
Campervan Rental Pick up Locations in Melbourne
Apollo & HIPPIE
189A South Centre Road, Tullamarine
Britz & Maui
Central West Business Park Building 2 / 9 Ashley Street Braybrook, VIC, 3019
109 Curzon Street, North Melbourne
205/55 Cumberland Dr, Maribyrnong, Melbourne
Camping Grounds & Accomodation for your Campervan Rental in Melbourne!
Most companies allow one-way rentals to other destinations which is a good point. We are one of those companies offering you car rentals from Melbourne, Motorhome rentals and 4WD hire vehicles to start your journey by traveling across Victoria to Adelaide and beyond.
The state capital of Victoria, Melbourne is an ideal starting point for your Australian adventure and there is always something to do in the bustling city. You can also head to south exploring Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road. The popular vineyards and goldfields of Victoria are also within Melbourne & easily reachable.
CLICK HERE for more information and pictures of campervans and motorhomes available for rent in Melbourne. You can also click on the campervan rental company links below.
Gladstone Park Motel
196 Mickleham Road, Gladstone Park
Phone: +61 3 9338 3533
Ciloms Airport Lodge Motel
398 Melrose Drive, Tullamarine
Phone: +61 3 9335 2788
The Plough Hotel
333 Barkley Street
Phone: 03 9687 2070
Recommended Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds
Melbourne Big 4 Holiday Park
265 Elizabeth Street , Coburg
Phone: +61 3 9354 3533
Ashley Gardens Big 4 Holiday Village
129 Ashley Street , Braybrook
Phone: +61 3 9318 6866
Things to do and See with Melbourne Campervan (Attractions and Tours)
Melbourne Cricket Ground - Melbourne's home of cricket and Australian rules football. Many famous events are held in this ground of which the most talked about ones are the 1956 Olympic Games and 2006 Commonwealth Games. The ground houses the Australian Gallery of Sport, Olympic Museum and the Cricket Hall of Fame.
Lygon Street, Carlton - known as "Little Italy", a popular restaurant, cafe and bar strip. It is a must-to-see part & one of the favorite suburbs of Melbourne.
Queen Victoria Market - a Melbourne institution since late 1860s. It is a vibrant inner city market where you can shop for local and imported gourmet food, clothing, toys, souvenirs and more. Closed on Monday and Wednesday.
Apart from this, there are lot many things to see and do in this happening city. Just read further in order to know more.
You can even enjoy the stunning views and natural beauty of the Grampian Ranges. Summer is usually hot and dry while snow can be found in winter. The climate is temperate, still Autumn is the perfect season to visit the Grampians. There is an easy access to the place by road and rail. The area has been long inhabited by indigenous tribes, who used the rocks and caves of the Grampians for sacred ceremonies - for more than 5,000 years. Some of these art sites are accessible today.
Rock climbing, cultural events, water sports, golf, fishing, wine & food are featured leisure activities all year round. The Halls Gap National Park Visitors Centre has a large amount of information and can be found on the Grampians Road.
You can view the Twelve Apostles from the lookout at the Gibsons Steps Beach, or continue on to the Twelve Apostles lookout. Boardwalks and viewing platforms ensure visitors getting the best view. Newly constructed is the Visitor Centre, which contains historical information about the area, details on how nature has shaped the coastal formations. There is a tunnel beneath the Great Ocean Road takes visitors to the viewing platforms.
Yarra Junction is at the centre of a grape-growing region whose Burgundian climatic conditions allow winemakers to produce wines. From Yarra Junction, you are in easy travelling distance to internationally acclaimed attractions like the Healesville Sanctuary, the Puffing Billy Railway and the natural beauty spots of the Dandenong Ranges.
So, inorder to make your journey hassle-free, choose Aussie Campervans! We can assist you with your Melbourne Campervan Rental requirements & offer Melbourne Motorhome rental, Melbourne car hire and Melbourne 4WD rentals at affordable rates.
Go for a Drive from Melbourne to Alice Springs through Aussie Campervans
Start your drive along the Great Ocean Road and take in its stunning views. Stop over at Portland on route to Adelaide. Visit a museum or the Adelaide zoo .Continue on to Coober Pedy and take a tour of the mines where temperatures can rise up to 50°C! You will get to experience spectacular desert view with alternative scenery.
Day 1 – Melbourne
Day 2– Melbourne to Apollo Bay
Day 3 – Apollo Bay (If you are looking for great views, try Chris's at Beacon Point high in the hills overlooking the sea. You can also swim with local seals, indulge in some deep-sea fishing & learn to surf. Enjoy horse riding along the beach at sunset. Never forget to try the local seafood at the local cafes and restaurants).
Day 4 – Apollo Bay to Portland (Discover the colorful history, wander historic streets and get dine on local food and wine. Traverse Portland spot ting seals at Cape Bridgewater, or explore the Great South West Walk).
Day 5 – Portland to Salt Creek
Day 6 – Salt Creek to Adelaide
Day 7 – Adelaide (The Barossa Valley is famous for its wineries which is surrounded by vineyards and with eight wineries on its doorstep. You will also find restaurants where fresh local products will be served matching the delicious local wines).
Day 8 – Adelaide to Port Augusta
Day 9 – Port Augusta to Coober Pedy
Day 10 – Coober Pedy is best known for its unique style of underground living. There you will find underground museums & churches, opal shops & mines and ofcourse the art galleries. Website: www.cooberpedy.sa.gov.au
Day 11 – Coober Pedy to Maria
Day 12 – Maria to Ayers Rock
Day 13 – Ayers Rock (This sandstone mountain rises 348 metres above the surrounding plain) Website: www.environment.gov.au/parks/uluru
Day 14 – Ayers Rock to Alice Springs (Alice is most talked about when it comes to Aboriginal art. For the best views over the town, head to Anzac Hill and spend the day looking to the sunrise and sunset.) Website: www.australia.com/explore/cities/alice-springs.aspx