Best Prices 4WD Hire in Perth Airport, Australia
Hiring a 4WD from Perth airport is the best way to travel the beaten path and see the jewels of Western Australia. With a robust 4WD camper you can visit Karijini National Park in the Pilbara Region, go sandboarding at Lancelin Sand Dunes, see the spectacular red cliffs of Cape Leveque and learn about the culture of the aboriginal communities. If you are super adventurous, you can even do a one-way hire and drop off the 4WD camper in Broome.
Being the capital of Western Australia, Perth is located along the Swan River where it meets the western coast. Serviced by both a domestic and international airport, Perth is the best entry point to Western Australia.
Places of Interest in Perth City:
Start your road trip by visiting one of the biggest city parks in the world. Kings Park is bigger than Central Park in New York. So have a picnic and enjoy the stunning views of the rivers and the tall skyscrapers along the river banks.
Visit Cottesloe Beach for its pure white sand. An absolute favourite seaside destination for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling. If you are there in the evening do not miss watching the spectacular sunset over the south Indian Ocean.
Fremantle (or Freo) is half an hour drive or train ride south of Perth. This vibrant city blends the old with the new, with shops, bars, and retro street cafés. You can also board the ferry for a fun filled cruise down the Swan River.
And if you love animals, don't miss out the chance to take a selfie with Quokkas on Rottnest Island.
Now that you've seen the best of the city, it's time to hit the road less travelled.
Hire a 4x4 campervan or 4WD car from Aussie Campervans and enjoy several four-wheel-drive tracks in the outskirts of Perth. Or experienced team members are available at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about vehicle specs, 4wd rental road restrictions or pricing etc. All 4X4 vehicles are maintained and serviced to a high industry standard before the next rental. If you're difficulty choosing, we can help you with vehicle recommendations.
4WD Outback Camper (2 ground tents)
Build on the Toyota Hilux or Isuzu Mux, this 5-seater 4X4 Camper is built for the rugged terrain of national parks and 4WD tracks. The ground tents separate from the vehicle also provide convenience to renters if they wish to go for a short drive without packing everything up. New models are relased in April each year ensuring renters a new vehicle when they hit the road. Click here for more details.
4WD Safari Camper (roof top tent and annexe)
Want to have more personal space and room? The 4WD Safari Camper has an amazing set up of a roof top tent and annexe that is convenient as a changing room. Kids will also love the aspect of having a roof top tent. This 5-seater 4WD camper is automatic and is equipped with a fridge, stove and recovery equipment. New models are relased in April each year ensuring renters a new vehicle when they hit the road. Click here for more details.
4WD Adventure Camper (2 Berth with Pop Top)
This new 4WD Adventure Camper comes with two spare wheels for your adventure. The pop top living area will also provide comfort and shelter for day to day activities. Click here for more details.
4WD Tracks less than 150km from Perth
- Mundaring Hills Climb
Approximately 20 km long is the Mundaring Hills where a 4x4 track can easily be completed in half a day. You can combine this track with the Powerline Track to make it a day trip.
The Mundaring Hills track starts at just 40 km east of Perth centre on the Great Eastern Highway. You can start near Sawyers Tavern in Sawyer Valley. This is a power line track managed by Western Power but is open to the 4WD community.
Mainly clay and rock, this four-wheel-drive track is steep and very dangerous when wet. Please do not attempt this climb if you have never been off-road driving before. However, you can enjoy this drive at any time of the year.
Note: It can be dusty in summer and slippery in winter so please drive to conditions and keep a safe distance.
- Jeep Kraft Trail
It is a 4x4 track, 90 km away from Perth city, and is a relatively tamed track in summer. However, in winter the path can be difficult and pretty slippery. Do not attempt to drive in the creek bed in winter, or you will get bogged. The Lakes Road House (also fuel stop) is an excellent place to start your four-wheel-drive camper rental adventure
The trail begins from the blacktop at a fire break trail right next to a farm. The track then snakes its way up and down a few hills with numerous tight turns. Further, you will find some medium to large rock steps, which will give your 4x4 rental vehicle suspension some serious workout. We suggest keeping your tyre PIS at 16-20 to keep traction and prevent unnecessary track damage.
- Dwelling up 4WD Track
It is a 126km to the south of Perth, just a short one and a half hour drive to Lane Poole Reserve. The 69km track through gravel roads and bush tracks is an easy crossing in summer but can be a challenge during a wet winter. You will find campsites along the eastern side of the river coupled with a waterfall and a big open swimming pool whereby you can have fun canoeing and rafting in winter.
This track may take more than 7 hours to complete with stops at some locations along the river. If you have sufficient time, then it is highly recommended that you spend a night at one of the DEC campsites.
You will find deep ruts along the way and plenty of steep hill climbs/descents. We recommend four-wheel drives with at least 2-inch lifts for this track.
Popular 4WD Destinations in Western Australia
- Margeret River
This south west region of Western Australia is home to 24 national parks. With a wide array of wildlife, rich gastronomical experience, and deep meaningful local culture, many has hired a 4WD camper just to experience this region.
See the iconic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, go wine tasting in the many vineyards, explore the Jewel Cave or simply laze on the Meelup Beach. There is fun for everyone in this scenic site.
- Cape Leveque
Located at the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region, Cape Leveque offers safari style camping in remote areas like Cygnet Bay. You can visit the oldest pearl farm, taste the freshest seafood and of course, experience the famous red cliffs in this region.
- Karijini National Park
In this stunning ancient landscape of the planet, one can easily set up camp and disconnect from the world for a couple of days. Live among birds, wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas and many more. Jump into a different gorge each day and swim through layers of red rocks. This national jewel is a must visit in Western Australia.
Recommended Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds For Your 4WD Hire in Perth
Mundaring Hills Climb & Jeep Kraft Trail
Perth Hills Caravan Park
Lake Leschenaultia Camp Site
Lane Poole Reserve
Nanga Brook Campground
Baden Powell Campground
Discovery Parks - Woodman Point
Guilderton Holiday Park
Ledge Point Holiday Park