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Motorhome Rental - Cheap and Well-Equipped at Aussie Campervans

Motorhome Rental Australia with Aussie Campervans

Luxury Motorhome Hire Australia

Australia is a vast continent and a motorhome holiday is the perfect way to explore the different states and territories and the many attractions Australia has to offer.  Travelling in a motorhome offers you the freedom and flexibility and last but not least a motorhome rental is the most cost effective way to see more of the country and discover the endless attractions and destinations Australia has to offer. 

Embark on one of our many suggested motorhome road touring itineraries and find out exactly why so many local and international visitors each year hire a motorhome and visit the this magical land.  We have a vast network of well-maintained roads and highways and you will find road touring at its best with the diverse scenery and attractions.

Rent a motorhome from Aussie Campervans and we will recommend some interesting places for you to visit and share your motorhome experience with family and friends as you drive in your motorhome rental to discover the open roads.

You will find come use travel tips when planning your motorhome holiday.

Aussie Campervans offer competitive pricing and best deals on campervans and motorhome hire.  We do suggest you book early as availability especially over the festive season, school holidays and peak seasons is usually limited.

New South Wales - Website:

Sydney Visitor Centre at Darling Harbour

33 Wheat Road

Darling Harbour, NSW 2000

Telephone: 02 - 9240 8788

New South Wales the first Australian State located on the east coast has endless unspoilt beaches and breathtaking natural treasures.

Sydney and Surrounds - The State capital, Sydney, is Australia’s premier gateway and the largest city in Australia with its famous landmark icons the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. There are too many attractions just waiting to be discovered and we can only list a few.

Things to do and see:

Sydney Harbour Bridge – is one of Sydney Harbour’s most famous landmark connecting the north and southern parts of the city. Take a guided Bridge climb tour over the steel arc structure during the day or night. 

Royal Botanical Gardens - more than 24 hectares of harbour side garden, started during early European colony as its first farming area. Displays of native and exotic plant specimens from around the world

Darling Harbour - complex with convention centres, shops and loads of outdoor activity.  Relax at the Chinese Garden or explore the National Maritime Museum.  You will find many restaurants and hotels with all cuisines on offer. 

Taronga Zoo - Taronga Zoo is open every days of the year and is just 12 minutes from the city by ferry.  From the top you can experience breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour.  The Zoo offers daily free shows and keeper talks throughout the day.  Spend a few hours for the closest of encounters with our fascinating Australian animals

Blue Mountains – one and a half hours drive from Sydney by road or train there is always something going on. From village festivals to musical and sporting events and outdoor markets there are so much to see and do.

Things to do and see:

Blue Mountains National Park - a protected national park on the World Heritage List. It is home of the famous Three Sisters (rock formation) near the township of Katoomba.  There are many walking tracks, mountain biking routes and climbing activities.  You will also find camping spots in the Blue Mountains with scenic picnic areas.

The Three Sisters at Echo Point Lookout – Track down the path and embark to the Three Sisters Walk.  Those looking for a more adventurous walk try out the Giant Stairway with more than 980 steps down the valley floor. One can also follow the tracks around Katoomba Falls and make your way up to the top on the Scenic Railway.

Jenolan Caves – one of the largest underground cave formations in the world.  Located within the Blue Mountains National Park the cave is a nature reserve and home to many native Australian wildlife. It will not be unusual to spot a platypus when strolling along scenic bush tracks.  One can also picnic at the Blue Lake or camp in the bush cottages.

Central Coast - set along the Pacific Ocean north of Sydney with bays, inlets and pristine beaches with an array of water activities. As you travel along the scenic Central Coast highway, you will also discover idyllic lakes and lush hinterland haven for campers and bush walkers alike.

Things to do and see:

Pelican feeding at The Entrance – highlight of any visit to the Central Coast.  They have specially built a new amphitheatre, overlooking The Entrance channel for the pelican feed.  Visitors will have an unobstructed view of the activities. The pelican feed is on each day in rain or shine and is proudly sponsored by local businesses.

Australian Reptile Park – This award winning and hands-on zoo is committed to saving lives with a spider and snake Venom-Milking Program.  Set in natural bush the Park boasts loads of animal interaction. Join one of the behind the scenes tours and learn more on the conservation of the Tasmanian Tigers or enjoy a walk and close encounter with Hugo the giant Galapagos tortoise.

Ex-HMAS Adelaide dive site - a world class dive attraction located 1.4 kilometres from the Skillion at Terrigal.  Learn to scuba dive at the purpose built and indoor heated training pool and experience the underwater activity with the myriads of marine life. At the Entrance the beach offers an aquatic playground for families with two ocean baths ideal for paddling with children.

Hunter Valley - premier wine-growing region.  If you enjoy your good food and wine you will appreciate the Hunter with myriad of activities.  Join a winery tour or cooking school and sample the wines from the many boutique winemakers in the region.  Spoil yourself by pampering at a day spa or spa retreat, play a game of golf at the championship golf course or take off a hot-air balloon overlooking the vineyards.

Things to do and See

Hunter Valley wine tasting tour – joining a tour is an excellent way to sample the different wines each vineyard has to offer and also learn more about the area.  You are sure to find a wine that will suit your taste or preference

Barrington Tops National Park – more than 1500 metres above sea level you will find World Heritage subtropical rainforests and sub-alpine woodlands. Enjoy the easy walks and hiking tracks covering variety of landscape and vegetation.  There are great picnic spots and camping areas dotted in this park with its many Australian animals and plants.

Legendary Pacific Coast Drive – drive your motorhome along the Pacific Ocean coastline from Sydney to Brisbane. This top touring scenic drive will take you through striking views passing through national parks, state forest and surf beaches.  There is lots of picturesque picnic spots to stop and activities and adventures for the whole family.