Finding a Cheap RV Rental in Australia is Now Quick and Easy
VroomVroomVroom can help you find an RV rental in Australia so that you can see the sights of the Land Down Under. We compare motorhome and campervan hire deals from top suppliers in Australia such as Apollo, Britz, Jucy Rentals, Maui, and Real Value. Whether you are in search of a small camper or a large RV, we can help you find the right vehicle.
Travel across Australia in an RV rental
There is plenty to see and do in Australia, from the magnificent outback to the golden coast of Queensland. Whether you want to see Uluru, or take a side trip to the Great Barrier Reef, VroomVroomVroom can help you find a vehicle to take you where you need to go. We compare RV rentals in Australian destinations such as Cairns, Alice Springs, Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold Coast and more.
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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Australia
Wycliffe Well, known as the UFO capital of Australia, is located 130 kilometres of Tennant Creek, 380 kilometres north of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway. There are over 200 grassed unpowered and close to 60 powered sites for you to perfectly set up a camp at the Wycliffe Well Holiday Park as it covers a land area of about 60 acres housing and 25 onsite accommodation options. And if you are feeling more adventurous, you can also go to the nearby Davenport Range National Park, or drive to one one of Northern Territory's most popular attractions, The Devils Marbles.
Narawntapu National Park, previously named as Asbestos Range National Park, is approximately 20km east of Devenport. Often called as the "Serengeti of Tasmania", the park is one of the best places in Tasmania to see wildlife. So don't act surprised if you see a common wombat, Bennetts wallaby and kangaroo - and if you are lucky, you may even stumble on a Tasmanian devil. The park, with powered and unpowered sites, can be reached at two points not far away from the small coastal settlement of Greens Beach (by the C721), or by the main entrance at Springlawn off the B71 near Port Sorell.