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Campervan Hire in Alice Springs, Australia

Campervan Rental Alice Springs

Alice Springs in the Red Centre is the second biggest town in the Northern Territory and the spiritual heart of Australia. This town is steep in an ancient Aboriginal culture rich in art and story.

Anzac Hill a popular tourist destination is open 24/7. You will find the Anzac Hill Memorial that commemorates and honours all the men and women who fought in the great wars which in Australia has participated. Each year a dawn service is held here on Anzac Day. This is an ideal lookout to see panoramic views of the town and the stunning East and West MacDonnell Ranges. The best way of exploring Alice Spring is to hire a campervan and then visit its every nook and cranny.

Campervan Rental at Alice Springs

Interesting Things To Do In Alice Spring During Your Holiday Trip

  • Alice Springs Reptile Centre - one of Australia’s largest reptile exhibition Centres is open from 09:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. daily (closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day). View a wide range of reptiles up close and personal including the large saltwater crocodiles and the frill-neck lizards. This is a fun outing for people of all ages. Do not miss the daily show with fun information on the reptiles followed by a supervised handling session. Rent a camper to explore the destinations of Alice Springs on your own.

    Bring out your camera and head to Rainbow Valley to capture the sandstone bluffs and cliffs with colourful rainbow-like rock bands. The area is best accessed by four-wheel drive and for those wishing to explore close up bushwalking around the bluff, the area can also be fun. The Park has camping facilities and picnic areas with toilets and gas barbecues. Hire a campervan and get to wander around all the major destinations you have planned of.

  • Kings Canyon Walk - There are two main walking trails at Kings Canyon: The 6 km Kings Canyon Rim Walk and the 2.6 km Kings Creek Walk. It is a good idea to start your walk in the morning to avoid the heat and high winds and also to witness the canyon walls change colour as the sun rises. Allow 3-4 hours to complete the walk as there are some steep sections.

    Also known as the gateway to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) you will find tens of thousands of tourists visiting Alice Springs to explore the worlds largest monolith and other ancient natural wonders. Just watching the mammoth rock formation glow and appear to change at sunrise or sunset is an incredible experience.

    One can explore Uluru close up by walking the track at the base of Uluru or join a camel trekking tour to circumnavigate the rock. Alternatively you can take a guided tour run by the Anangu people (Uluru’s traditional custodians) to learn more about the local flora and fauna and Aboriginal history.

    If you are still looking for more adventure you must explore the 7.4-kilometer Valley of the Winds walk so that you can effectively enjoy the phenomenal views offered by this place. The Uluru/Olgas National Park is closed at night and opening hours vary throughout the year.

    Book directly and pick up your Alice Springs campervan rental or RV hire from one of our many branches. You can get to view the Milky Way, even in your campervans.

    Aussie Campervans can also assist you with your motorhome hire in Alice Springs or 4WD campervan rental requirements. Please call +61 3 9317 4991 or email us with your campervan and four-wheel drive rental requirements.

    Why book with us?

    Here are some reasons why you should hire a campervan from Aussie Campers on your next trip to Alice Springs:

    • Competitive pricing

    We offer an outstanding database of campervans such as the 4WD Adventure Camper. And we also try our best to get you the greatest deal on the market, making it simple to locate the ideal budget campervan hire in Alice Springs.

    • Cost-effective

    Travelling in a camper is one of the most cost-effective modes of transportation. You just have to pre-pay for an all-in-one house on wheels and you will save money on lodging and travel costs.

    This will work best for families or groups. Moreover, you can cook your own meals in this vehicle and it will save you money.

    The campervans we provide are comfy and fuel-efficient, so taking your vacations on the road is not as costly as you may assume.

    • More freedom when travelling

    When you hire a campervan to travel across Australia's East Coast or journey up the Alice Spring, you have more freedom to wherever you want to.

    Because you just choose a location or sight and drive, there are no timetables or programmes to follow, as there would be on a traditional organised trip.

    On a vast network of highways, AussieCampervans provides easy access to all compass points of the country. We have a wide selection of campervans that can accommodate any type of excursion.

    • Reliable vehicles

    We at Aussie Campervans take the safety of our customers very seriously. Therefore, we always ensure that our vehicles are checked and serviced from time to time. 

    This is to not only provide reliable options for our patrons but to make sure they get their money’s worthwhile hiring from us.

    Besides that, all of our vehicles are equipped with safety equipment. So, you can sit back and relax during your vacation.

    • Help is always available

    You can hire with confidence when you book with Aussie Campervans. We have 24-hour roadside assistance. 

    During your rental, we're also ready to help you with any additional inquiries or concerns you may have over the phone.

    When to book a campervan?

    The summer and winter seasons are the two primary seasons of Australia. Even so, you'll need to consider when the best time to visit Australia is. 

    After all, having a good time when you're there is far more essential than having a nice time while you're there.

    During the summer, you'll notice that the further north you go, the more sticky and humid the weather becomes. The weather, on the other hand, tends to be fairly cold and pleasant during the Autumn and Spring months. 

    It has been considered appropriate for travel throughout the country as a result of this. It is important to remember, however, that it is very dependent on the specific region to which you will be travelling.

    Alice Springs is located in the middle of Australia's ochre outback and hauntingly magnificent mountain ranges. From the ancient desert, it rests on to the Aboriginal culture that is built into the very fabric of life here, this town, known to the locals as "Alice," reflects the typical Australian character. 

    From camel rides to morning hot air balloon excursions, the town itself offers a diverse range of outback activities.

    Alice Springs, in Australia's Red Centre, has a climate that is characterised by extremes, with scorching summers and frigid winters. With this weather and rainfall forecast, you can plan ahead.

    With pleasant days and cold nights, autumn is one of the greatest times to visit Alice Springs. The average temperature ranges from 12 to 27 degrees Celsius (53.6 to 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit).

    What is the minimum age to hire a campervan?

    The minimum age to hire a campervan in Australia is 21 years old. Other companies rent unique automobiles to people aged 18 and up.

    Is a specific licence required to rent and drive a campervan?

    No, there isn’t. A conventional automobile driver's licence can be used to operate a campervan, motorhome, or recreational vehicle. 

    The licence must be current, complete, and unrestricted for a minimum of 12 months. Although certain providers accept Australian Green Plate (P2) licence holders, probationary licences are not accepted (age restrictions apply). 

    Your driver's licence, as well as the licences of any other drivers, must be shown when picking up your rental car.

    Licenses must be written in English or be accompanied by a certified translation or an international driving permit. 

    An International Driving Permit, as well as your actual driver's licence from the originating country, is necessary for non-English language-based driving licences. You will be refused entry to the car if you do not have this documentation.

Recommended Campsites in Alice Springs:

Attraction Campgrounds Nearby

Alice Springs CBD

Olive Pink Botanic Gardens, Anzac Hill, Todd Mall Markets, Star-gazing & many more

Alice Springs Tourist Park
Address: 70 Larapinta Dr, Araluen NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8952 2547
Website: http://alicespringstouristpark.com.au/

Heritage Caravan Park
Address: 40 Ragonesi Rd, Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8953 1418
Website: https://heritagecaravanpark.com.au/

Kings Canyon & Watarrka National Park

Kings Canyon Resort
Address: Luritja Rd, Petermann NT 0872, Australia
Phone: +61 8 7210 9600
Website: http://www.kingscanyonresort.com.au

Simpson Desert

Oodnadatta Caravan Park
Address: 37 Ikaturka Terrace, Oodnadatta SA 5734, Australia
Website: http://www.pinkroadhouse.com.au/

Birdsville Caravan Park
Address: 51 Florence St, Birdsville QLD 4482, Australia
Phone: +61 7 4656 3214
Website: https://www.outbackqueensland.com.au/accommodation/birdsville-tourist-park/

Larapinta Trail

Wintersun Cabin & Caravan Park
Address: Crn. Stuart Highway and Head Street, Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8952 4080
Website: http://www.wintersun.com.au/

BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park
Address: 25 Palm Pl, Ross NT 0870, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8952 6111
Website: http://www.macrange.com.au/

Uluru - Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock Resort
Address: 173 Yulara Dr, Yulara NT 0872, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8957 7001
Website: https://www.ayersrockresort.com.au

Campervan Branch & Location Details in Alice Springs

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  • 40 Stuart Highway, Alice Springs, North Territory 0871
  • 19km Taxi Fare approx $35
  • 2km Taxi Fare approx $10
  • 03 9317 4991
  • reservations@aussiecampervans.com
  • 8:00AM to 4:30PM (1 May to 31 Oct) 8:00AM to 4:30PM (1 Nov to 30 Apr) Close Sundays
  • Toilet, Shower, Internet Facilities, Tourist Information, Lounge area, Luggage storage, Tea/coffee making facilities
  • New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Christmas Day and Australia Day
  • Coles Supermarket, Bath Street, Alice Springs
  • National Bank, 53 Todd Mall, Alice Springs
  • MacDonnell Range Holiday Park Phone: 1800 808 373
  • Aurora Alice Springs Phone: (08) 8950 6666

Branch details

  • Cnr. Stuart Highway & Power Street, Alice Springs, NT 0870
  • 19km Taxi Fare approx $35
  • 2km Taxi fare approx $10
  • 03 9317 4991
  • reservations@aussiecampervans.com
  • 7:30AM to 4:00PM (1 May to 31 Oct) 10:00AM to 4:00PM (1 Nov to 30 Apr) Close Sundays (Vehicles must be collected/returned by 3:30PM)
  • Toilet, Shower, Internet Facilities, Tourist Information, Lounge area, Luggage storage, Tea/coffee making facilities
  • New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Christmas Day, Australia Day and Anzac Day
  • Northside Foodland, 3 Hearne Place, Alice Springs
  • Westpac, 19 Todd Mall, Alice Springs
  • Stuart Tourist & Caravan Park Phone: (08) 8952 2547
  • Red Centre Resort Phone: 1800 089 616

Suggested Touring Route: Alice Springs to Adelaide (Distance: 2060Km)

This 9 day trip in your campervan hire will bring you from Alice Springs to Adelaide. You will experience spectacular desert view along the way. Stop over at the world-famous mining city Coober Pedy and of course Ayers Rock (Uluru). This trip will give you enough time to see all the highlights along this route with your rented campervan.

Itinerary:
  • Day 1 - Alice Springs - (The Alice is a major outlet for Aboriginal art. You can purchase an art piece at one of the many galleries in town. For the best views over the town head to Anzac Hill, particularly good at sunrise and sunset)
  • Day 2 - Alice Springs to Ayers Rock - Along the way you can stop your campervan at Kings Canyon and try out the Kings Canyon Rim Walk.
  • Day 3 - Ayers Rock- (Uluru is one of the most magnificent sights in Australia. Located in the Red Centre, 450 kilometers from Alice Springs – this sandstone mountain rises 348 meters above the surrounding plain). This landmark appears to change color at different times of the day especially at dawn and sunset when it is glowing red.
  • Day 4 - Ayers Rock to Maria
  • Day 5 - Maria to Coober Pedy
  • Day 6 - Coober Pedy - (best known for its unique style of underground living to escape the high temperatures in summer). There are authentic underground homes to explore as well as underground museums. Coober Pedy produces most of the world's opals – so you may find a bargain at the opal shops in town. Drive out in your hired campervan to see the Painted Desert an amazing natural landscape in the area.
  • Day 7 - Coober Pedy to Port Augusta
  • Day 8 - Port Augusta to Adelaide - (situated at the head of the Spencer Gulf this is at the crossroads where Adelaide, Alice Springs and Perth all intersect). Port Augusta is an excellent holiday destination with a number of world class attractions. Visit the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Gardens an insight into the Outback's fauna and flora and bird life. Do not miss the Wadlata Outback Centre and self-guided tour through the "Tunnel of Time", and be transported back to where the dinosaurs once roamed the land.
  • Day 9 - Adelaide - The City of Churches is surrounded by parklands and buildings. It is easy to get around in your campervan and there is much to see and discover with Adelaide Hills to the east and coastline and beaches to the west. Also known as Australia’s wine capital there are numerous wine regions with the Barossa, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale to name a few just a short drive away.