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Budget 4WD for Hire in Brisbane for the Best Sunshine Trip

Hire new models and budget 4WD Campers and 4WD Car self-drive in Brisbane

Brisbane, also known as the sunshine capital of Australia enjoys an enviable climate of warm, bright summers and clear mild winters - An ideal place to visit all year round. Several popular holiday regions are close to Brisbane with the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast only an hour’s drive north and south from Brisbane. Drive your 4WD in Brisbane through the multiple tracks available and have an adventure of a lifetime!

Book 4 Wheel Drive Rental at Best Rates

Aussie Campervans offers 4x4 rental for campers and 4WD cars in Brisbane – the perfect place to start your Australian 4WD experience. You can find lots of tourist attractions on the outskirts of Brisbane and explore the many four-wheel-drive tracks and discover some of Australia’s best beaches and rainforest in the region.

Types of 4X4 Rental in Brisbane

Wanting to cruise around Brisbane? Well, you have come to the right place! Choose from our various 4WD vehicles that cater to all your needs. Here are some of Aussie Campervans featured 4WD campers that can be your next choice:

4WD Adventure Camper

4wd Adventure Camper

This 4WD campervan is ideal for people looking for an authentic outback experience. The 4WD Adventure Camper is far roomier than similar vehicles, making it suitable for couples or individuals looking for more space and an outside kitchen. 

Thanks to the well-designed outdoor cooking facilities, you can enjoy a meal beneath the stars. Furthermore, the increased gasoline capacity allows you to drive for longer periods of time without having to stop frequently to refuel.

Here are some other notable features of the AWD Adventure Camper:

  • Mid-range model
  • Make and Model: Toyota Hilux
  • Vehicle age: Brand new to 2.5 years old
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Sleeps: 2 Adults
  • Suitable for: Most Australian outback touring routes
  • Comes with Satellite Safety Beacon and Recovery Shovel

CC 4WD 2 Berth Camper

CC 4wd 2 berth camper

This 4WD campervan hire is ideal for budget-conscious off-road travellers. It has all of the features of a 4WD campervan but at a lower cost. The CC 4WD 2 Berth Camper has a complete kitchen with a gas stove, refrigerator, and sink. 

Here’s some extra information on this fantastic 4WD:

  • Economy model
  • Make and Model: Toyota Hilux
  • Vehicle age: 3 to 5 years old
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Sleeps: 2 Adults
  • Suitable for: Most Australian outback touring routes
  • Comes with Satellite Safety Beacon and Recovery Shovel

Wanting to cruise around Brisbane? Well, you have come to the right place! Choose from our various 4WD vehicles that cater to all your needs. Here are some of Aussie Campervans featured 4WD campers that can be your next choice:

Fun & Easy 4WD Tracks Near Brisbane

      • Glasshouse Mountain Track


        It is said to be every man’s dream to explore this 4x4 track who loves to have an adventure located just in the north of Brisbane along the Bruce Highway. Take a left turn to Steve Irwin Way and then onto Bahrs Road, which is just five minutes away on your four-wheel-drive vehicle. Further down the road take another left turn to experience some of the most amazing 4WD campers drives you will encounter.

        From steep descent to rut tracks and huge mud holes - you will thoroughly enjoy the 4WD adventure this place has to offer. However, the track conditions change frequently, so be cautious as tracks may become completely impassable in wet weather. We recommend you to plan your trip, have a fair idea of your route and leave ample time to exit before nightfall. Do not attempt this track in your hired 4WD Brisbane when there is much rain in the area or you may get bogged in the clay.

      • Moreton Island


        Just 40 km out of Brisbane you will find unique wildlife and scenery. The Island can only be traversed in a 4x4 rental vehicle and there are plenty of 4wd tracks with more than 40km of beach to drive on. Ensure that your vehicle has a good clearance when attempting to cross over on the inland tracks as these tracks are sandy and you can easily get bogged in the soft sand. Note: There are several sections of the beach that you can’t drive on.

        There are passenger ferries, taking people to the wrecks which are certainly worth checking out. Spend a leisurely afternoon, swimming and snorkelling. View the abundance of marine life at the wrecks.

        For 360° degree views of the island, climb up to the lighthouse on Cape Moreton. Here, you will see Mount Tempest, the biggest sand dune globally, and these stunning views are undoubtedly well worth the climb.

        There are several campgrounds on Moreton Island plus camping zones on the beaches all with different facilities. For more camping information, check out

        https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/moreton-bay
      • Fraser Island, Northern Forests

        If you are a 4WD enthusiast, it is a must-do track when you head to Fraser Island. This scenic 36km drive starts at Happy Valley and heads northwest towards Yidney Scrub. You will be crossing through rainforest, woodlands and past the Boomerang Lakes.

        The Northern Forests tracks are for experienced 4x4 drivers only. These tracks are very rough with deep ruts and soft sand and for the most of the track, you will go through dense rainforests. The area offers much diversity and you must not miss the opportunity to visit and experience this adventure on your itinerary to Fraser Island. Drive on the beach only when the tide is low. The risk of a rollover is high during high tide. 

        Visit Lake Garawongera or Lake Allom – both offer lovely picnic grounds and amenities. You can also continue to the Knifeblade Sandblow lookout before reaching the eastern beach where the campsites are located.

        Vehicle access to Fraser Island is by Ferry (Barge) only. Permits are required for beach driving on Fraser Island, which can be obtained from the Queensland Parks Booking Website. Driving instructions are also issued which should be adhered to as driving on sand can be a tricky proposition.

      • North Stradbroke Island

        It is approx. 2 hours’ 4wd rental drive east of Brisbane with many four-wheel-drive bush tracks and kilometers of sandy beaches you can drive on. Only drive at low-tide times and stay on the hard sand. Remember not to drive or park on the water or the dunes, and also watch out for other beach users and wildlife

        Four-wheel driving is only allowed on Flinders Beach and Main Beach and designated access points. In additiona, driving is not permitted on beaches 45 minutes on either side at the high tide time.

      • Bellthorpe National Park

        You can access the 4WD wonderland of Bellthorpe National from three locations. All three routes offer different levels of challenge for the adventurer. But, don’t worry, all of the Bellthorpe 4WD tracks have signs with difficulty ratings that rate gravel, fire and forestry management roads.

        All three 4WD Brisbane routes will take you through the greenery, water crossings, and hill climbs. No doubt you will also spot a native animal or two during the 4WD adventure.

      • D’Aguilar National Park

        Another 4WD track near Brisbane, the D’Aguilar National Park stretches from Moreton Bay Region to the Sunshine Coast area. Again, you do not need any permits to drive your 4WD hire through this park. Visually stunning, the route takes you through eucalypt woodlands and gum forests.

        Don’t forget to stop at the Rocky Hole, which can be found in the Mount Mee section of the park. Use the 4WD track from the Gantry Day Use Area for a 25 minute drive. You can also access the Rocky Hole from Woodford and Dayboro.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or a seasoned off-roader, there are many fantastic 4WD tracks near Brisbane. You can also check out our 4x4 trip guide on Levuka Rainforest if you’re looking for amazing tracks with different difficulty levels.

Safe Driving Tips for the 4WD Camper Road Tour

  • Reduce tyre pressure before driving onto the beach (Manufacturer’s recommendations for suitable psi)
  • Engage locking mechanisms in wheel hubs (if required)
  • Engage the four-wheel-drive setting
  • Drive only on the beach, or on forming tracks
  • If bogged, reverse and try driving forward again
  • Check the depth and softness of sand before crossing creek beds
  • Keep left of all oncoming vehicles
  • Keep to the speed limits

 For vehicle recommendations or more information, feel free to contact us anytime as we are available seven days a week!

Why hire from us?

Aussie Campervans is the go-to brand for bargain hunters searching for a terrific vehicle rental for their next vacation, combining value with excitement to ensure you enjoy your holiday!

Whether you're travelling with your family, friends, or significant other, we at Aussie Campervans are always here to assist you. 

Our diverse fleet is ideal for a variety of excursions, so whether you're going on a family road trip, skiing with friends, or relocating, we have the right 4WD vehicle for you.

Here are some other reasons as to why we are the best in this business:

  • Competitive and transparent pricing.
  • Reliable vehicles that are checked and serviced from time to time.
  • Young fleet.
  • 24-hour roadside assistance.
  • Various liability reduction options.
  • Vehicles are equipped with safety equipment.
  • Easy to drive, and camping equipment is easy to set up.

Recommended Campsites in Brisbane:

Attraction Campgrounds Nearby

Glasshouse Mountain Track

Beerwah Caravan Park
Address: 205 Burys Rd, Beerwah QLD 4519, Australia
Phone: +61 416 678 694
Website: Link

Coochin Creek Camping Area
Address: Roys Rd, Coochin Creek QLD 4519, Australia
Phone: +61 7 5667 2730
Website: Link

Moreton Island

Comboyuro Point Camping Area
Address: Moreton Island National Park, Moreton Island QLD 4025, Australia
Website: Link

North Point Sunrover Campsite
Address: Moreton Island QLD 4025, Australia
Phone: +61 7 3203 4241
Website: Link

Fraser Island, Northern Forests

Wathumba Camp Site
Address: Wathumba Rd, Fraser Island QLD 4581, Australia
Website: Link

Cathedrals on Fraser
Address: Lot 53, Fraser Island Road, Fraser Island QLD 4581, Australia
Phone: +61 7 4127 9177
Website: Link

North Stradbroke Island

Myora Caravan Park
Address: 75 E Coast Rd, Point Lookout QLD 4183, Australia
Phone: +61 7 3409 9322
Website: Link

Minjerribah Camping
Address: 100 East Coast Road Dunwich, North Stradbroke Island QLD 4183, Australia
Phone: +61 7 3409 9668
Website: Link

Bellthorpe National Park

Running Creek Parklands
Address: 117 Nonmus Rd, Stanmore QLD 4514, Australia
Phone: +61 405 930 702
Website: Link

Sandy Creek Campin
Address: Sandy Creek Rd, Kilcoy QLD 4515, Australia
Phone: +61 7 5498 1032
Website: Link

D’Aguilar National Park

Neurum Creek 
Address: Neurum Creek Road, Stony Creek QLD 4514, Australia
Website: Link

Webbs Break
Address: 466 Rasmussen Rd, Mount Archer QLD 4514, Australia
Website: Link