Motorhome Rental Darwin
Book Inexpensive Motorhomes In Darwin
We at Aussie Campervans offers the best and cheapest Darwin motorhome rental deals. Choose from a comprehensive range of campervans from top motorhome companies and our booking system offers an easy and quick process to secure your motorhome rental. You can pick upthe Motorhome booked by you either near Darwin airport or in the city.
Tip: Book your Motorhome well in advance to get the best price in Darwin.Campervan and Motorhome rental rates in Darwin are higher during peak periods such as Christmas, Easter and school holidays and availability is usually limited.
Important Things To Carry Out In Darwin
Darwin is the Australian gateway to Asia. The city overlooks a wide harbor and you can enjoy the magnificent views when the sun sets whilst you enjoy a beer or two at a local pub or restaurant. Each year thousands of visitors flock to Darwin to visit the both Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks and also enjoy the local laidback tropical lifestyle. Once you are in Darwin, you will surely love its Asian-influenced cuisines, outdoor festivals, and vibrant markets- when you drive across the city with your Motorhome.
- Mindil Beach Sunset Market
a must-see attraction for visitors arriving in Darwin. The market opens every Thursday and Sunday nights from 25th April to the month of October. Sunset Market is an amazing spot when it comes to enjoying your evening meal. Other than that it’s also very good for shopping- wherein you always find stunning offers on most of the items which are sold here. Whether you want to buy souvenirs, enjoy a massage or want a palmist to read your palm, you can get everything on reasonable price here. There will be live bands and music and you can just sit on the beach with a glass of wine in hand and soak in the atmosphere. In order to enjoy awesome sunset views in Darwin, you need to hit the city’s coastline in your Motorhome.
- Aqua scene
Situated at Doctor’s Gully attracts more than 70,000 visitors every year to witness a unique natural phenomena happening on the high tides. Since early 1950’s hundreds of local fish swim to the shallow shoreline in search of a feed. These fishes are willingly hand-fed a meal of bread to the delight of thousands of locals and tourists who visit each year. One can also wade into the water and have the fishes tickle your feet as they jostle to get the bread from you!.
- Magnetic Mounds at Litchfield National Park
Built by termites these amazing structures comes complete with tunnels, arches, insulation and nursery chambers. These mounds faces north to south with the broad sides facing east to west to minimize exposure to the sun and keeps it cool for the termites inside. You will find both the Magnetic Termite Mounds, and giant Cathedral Termite Mounds when you visit Litchfield National Park. There is a viewing area with boardwalks for easy access.
- Mary River National Park
is located one hour east of Darwin, the Park is a good place to stop on your way to Kakadu National Park. Highlights include freshwater billabongs, fishing spots, paperbark forest and rich wildlife. Bird watching, camping and fishing are also popular activities at the park. Go to the Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre for a bird’s eye view of the floodplains and wetlands.
- Bowali Visitor Centre
is located along Kakadu Highway near Jabiru. We recommend for everyone visiting Kakadu National Park for the first time to drop in at Centre with your motorhome hire. The venue showcases Aboriginal arts and crafts and books. The visual presentation helps guests to understand the importance of the Aboriginal culture and Kakadu’s unique landscape. Bowali Visitor Centre is open 8am to 5pm each day and can be contacted on (08) 8938 1121. There are car parking and toilet facilities.
- Kakadu National Park
more than 50,000 years old world heritage site is Australia’s largest national park. One can experience this park in six different seasons and each season just as stunning as you explore the treasures that are on offer including the world’s highest concentration of Aboriginal rock art. There are thousands of species of plants and shrubs and insects, reptiles, mammals and birds etc. Upon arrival to this park, you can enjoy excursions like fishing, hiking, bushwalking, camping, watching wildlife and picnicking. Visit the many waterfalls, rocky gorges and picturesque landscapes whilst driving through the National Park in your motorhome rental in Darwin.
- Garig Gunak Barlu National Park
Add Garig Gunak Barlu National Park on your list when visiting the Northern Territory. This park is located in Arnhem Land and is famous for its white sandy beaches, deep blue waters and interesting flora and fauna. There are many activities you can do including bird watching, crabbing, fishing and bush walking. All visitors to the park will require a permit and this can be purchased by phone from Cobourg Peninsula Sanctuary and Marine Park Board (08) 8999 4814.s
Recommended Campsites in Darwin:
Discovery Parks - Darwin
Darwin Freespirit Resort
Nitmiluk National Parks
Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) Campsite
Manbulloo Homestead Caravan Park
Litchfield National Park
Batchelor Holiday Park
Banyan Tree Resort
Kakadu National Park
Kakadu Lodge Caravan Park
Pine Creek Railway Resort
Little Roper Stockcamp
Bitter Springs Cabins & Camping