Motorhome Hire Perth - Western Australia Branch
Perth, capital of Australia, has many attractions all around the city. Perth hills is a famous destination for tourists while the rest of the city has the most attractive beaches. One should never miss the inner areas of Perth as they are very charming, one can also go there for having relaxation and peace of mind.
We have sustained good business relations with top recommended motorhomes rental vendors in Australia, so that you can get the best rate for your Perth Motorhomes and great service during your cheap motorhome rental in Perth. Having motorhome rentals in Perth is the best option to see the sites of the city and the surrounding countryside. For any of your queries, feel free to ask our staff based in Australia.
Recommended not to missed camping adventures in Western Australia
DEntrecasteaux National Park – 4 hours drive along the state southern coastline with beaches and tall forests. Try out 4WD driving through sand dunes, stroll along the beach or go bush walking through the bush / forest. If you are there in Spring – you will be amazed at the beautiful wildflowers.Camping facilities available at Yeagarup Lake, Carey Brook and Crystal Springs (along the western beaches)
Lane Poole Reserve – a little over two hours’ drive south of Perth near Dwellingup. This is nature’s paradise with opportunities for canoeing and rafting, fishing, etc.
This is a favourite recreation spot with abundant wildlife and stunning landscape across the valley and woodlands. Pack a picnic and enjoy swimming in the pools and small streams or bush walk along the Murray River.
Fitzgerald River National Park approx. two hours drive from Albany
Perfect for the adventurous with lots to do including bush walking, fishing, canoeing and if you are lucky, you may even find humpback whales migrating along the coast.
Here you will find more than 1800 species of wild flowering plants (many not found anywhere in the world) – with native bottlebrush, banksias and Pouched Dampiera.
Camp Grounds and Accomodation for your Motorhome Rental in Perth!
We offer a comprehensive range of quality and budget campervans and motorhomes from top recommended motorhomes rental vendors in Australia. You get to select the most suitable vehicle for your holidays. Coupled with competitive rates and great service – you have the very best in campervan and motorhome hire.
Travelling around Perth in your hire campervan is easy and you will find that hiring a campervan or motorhome is the best way to experience the diversity of Perth and Western Australia – with its many natural wonders, pristine coast line, national parks and bushland.
Please feel free to call us on +61 3 9317 4991 or use our online quote calculator to compare rates and reserve your vehicle and optional extras in 4 easy steps. For competitive rates and best deals in Motorhome Rentals in Perth CLICK HERE
Accommodation, Caravan Parks and Camp Grounds: Big 4; Top Tourist Parks
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
Go for a Drive from Perth to Darwin with Aussie Campervans
This touring route has a lot to offer; beaches, coral reefs, national parks and old mining cities. Dolphins have never been so close to the beach as they are in Monkey Mia, so experience the aboriginal culture in Karratha and visit the China Wall in Halls Creek. Go to Kelly's Know lookout or the Diversion Dam in Kununurra and end this great trip in Darwin where you can have sunset drinks in the Casuarina Coastal Reserve or picnic in one of the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
Day 1 – Perth to Cervantes
Day 2– Cervantes to Geraldton (The lunar-like Pinnacle, just outside the coastal town of Cervantes is one of Australia's most unique and fascinating natural landscapes. Formed millions of years ago, these thousands of tall limestone spires rise eerily out of the yellow desert sands) Website: Pinnacles
Day 3 – Geraldton to Monkey Mia
Day 4 – Monkey Mia (the world famous for the friendly dolphins that visit the shore to be hand fed. Located in the Shark Bay World Heritage area, you can see wild dolphins in their natural habitat. Try your hand at feeding the dolphins.)
Day 5 – Monkey Mia to Carnarvon
Day 6 – Carnarvon to Exmouth (Step off the shore and swim through the clearest turquoise water on Earth, and drift over to the world's largest fringing reef - the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. This underwater paradise is a popular spot for all kinds of visitors, from dolphins, turtles, manta ray and humpback whales, to the largest fish in the ocean - the gentle whale shark.)
Day 7 – Exmouth to Karratha
Day 8 – Karratha to Port Hedland
Day 9 – Port Hedland to Broome
Day 10 – Broome (The pearling capital of Australia, Broome is the western gateway to the Kimberley wilderness - home to the world famous Cable Beach sunsets and the natural phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon. Affectionately known as the 'pearl of the north', it's the home of South Sea pearls - among the largest and most coveted commercially harvested cultured pearls in the world) Website: Broome
Day 11 – Broome to Fitzroy Crossing
Day 12 – Fitzroy Crossing to Hall Creek
Day 13 – Halls Creek to Kununurra (Visit to Purnululu National Park, home to the Bungle Bungle Range of Western Australia's Kimberley region. 350 million years in the making, it's the most unique and captivating range on Earth. Take in the full spectacle of these curious beehive domes on a scenic flight from Kununurra or Broome, or an open-door helicopter flight from within Purnululu itself) Website: Purnululu (Bungle Bungle)
Day 15 – Kununurra to Katherine ((Katherine is the centre of a large beef cattle region and an important gold producer. Tourism, too, is on the march as visitors are attracted by the spectacular river and Katherine Gorge.) Website: www.travelnt.com/katherine-and-surrounds.aspx
Day 16 – Katherine to Darwin