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Adelaide Campervan Hire
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At Holiday Campervan we compare Adelaide Campervan Hire costs to find the best motor home rental deals at your chosen Australian destination - suitable for the size of your family or travelling companions and your motorhome vacation travel plans.
To get an online quote for the best low cost Adelaide Motorhome Hire, just type your desired dates of travel into our search engine and browse from a selection of international and local suppliers, then select the size of campervan that suits best - even 4WD campers and truck campers. When renting a campervan, you can also choose to drop off the camper van at the same depot it was hired from or drop off at a different depot in a different town. It's so simple to choose the best Campervan Rental Adelaide and save money on your motorhome holiday budget.
The benefits of booking the best self-drive Motorhome Rentals Adelaide is that you can hit the roads in South Australia and travel like a backpacker at your own pace, stopping at the next convenient overnight caravan park or campgrounds. A campervan holiday is a relaxing vacation off the beaten track. You can enjoy your holiday home on wheels, decked out with all your creature comforts and go and explore the Australia coastal regions or the Australian Outback and National Parks, whenever you want - whenever you want, travelling on your road trip from A to B in time for T!
Travelling with Friends? If you are a group renting 3+ vehicles,then discounts may apply.
Renting for 21+ days? - Then the longer the rental, the bigger the discount.
Please remember to arrange travel insurance before starting your journey.
Where is Adelaide ?
Adelaide, the city of the churches, is located in South Australia. The climate is very warm in the winter with the heat being increased by the warm winds from the deserts in Middle Australia. In the winter the temperatures can drop quite significantly due to the Antarctic winds from the South.
If you plan your luxury motorhome hire Adelaide for February and March be aware that this will coincide with the Adelaide Festival of Arts, also known as the Adelaide Festival, which is an annual arts festival held in the South Australian capital of Adelaide in March. This will impact the campervan rental Adelaide availablity, so it is best to plan ahead and book your RV Hire Adelaide early to avoid disappointment.
Once you book your Adelaide Motorhome Rental, you have the opportunity to tour the Fleurieu Peninsula, south of Adelaide. If you book your campervan during whale season (July to September each year) you can watch whales and their calves play in the ocean from the shores. Travel 80 km from Adelaide and take in the glorious Victor Harbour where you can visit the South Australian Whale Centre, with interactive sea life displays and hints and tips on whale watching.
Get up close and personal with cuddly koalas or feed the wallabies, kangaroos, emus and other native Australian animals and marsupials when you visit Cleland Conservation Park. This wonderful tourist attraction is less than a 20-minute drive from the city centre on the scenic slopes of Mount Lofty.
At the Deep Creek Conservation Park you can try a variety of experiences. Take advantage of driving your Adelaide RV Hire in the spectacular bushland with kangaroos and other native wildlife or hike one of numerous trails that take in stunning coastal views of Kangaroo Island - all just a 90-minute drive from Adelaide city centre.
Adelaide Zoo is also a major attraction with many animals on display including pandas, lions, tigers, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and other indigenous species. Adelaide Zoo prides itself in using a science-based approach to animal welfare that focuses on the 5 Domains: Environment, behaviour, nutrition, health and positive mental state.
For those interested in Aboriginal culture a visit to Tandanya - the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute is well worth a visit - Tandanya enjoys a national and international reputation for innovation and excellence in visual arts programming, featuring emerging and established artists from around Australia and overseas
Australian Wine from South Australia - I'll Drink to That!
Australia is now famous all over the world for producing excellent wine – and the Adelaide area has an abundance of wine producing regions of Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley. These areas host some of the finest vineyards in Australia including Wolf Blass, Penfolds, Peter Lehman, Jacob’ s Creek, Yalumba and many more equally popular brands.
Driving Your Campervan in Adelaide
When you tour South Australia, the main roads are perfect for driving your Adelaide RV rental. Apart from the major inter state road network (Adelaide connects to Melbourne in the east to Perth in the West), the main urban network around Adelaide is both modern and easy to understand. In recent years however the road network is beginning to creak a little, due to the number of cars on the road, so make sure you plan your motorhome holidays Australia ahead and give yourself plenty of time to complete your journey.
Stock up on petrol and supplies. The Outback is very remote and you may find yourself driving for hours before coming across any signs of life. Make sure you have plenty of water and food to last the distance.
Take care when driving a campervan in Australia. The speed limit in Australia is 40 – 60 Km per hour within towns, and between 80 and 100 Km per hour on motorways.
Keep an eye out for kangaroos, wallabies, snakes and other wildlife. These creatures may occasionally wander onto the road. Try your very best to avoid a collision, as larger animals such as kangaroos may cause a lot of damage to your vehicle (not to mention give you a fright). However, if a small animal such as a bird comes into your path, try not to swerve sharply or take any risks to evade it – the most important thing is to stay in control of the motorhome. It’s recommended to avoid driving at dawn and dusk. Visibility is low at these times of day, and there tends to be more animals out and about.
RV hire in Adelaide comes in many shapes and sizes, with campervans suiting pretty much all sorts of travellers and budgets. The easiest way to sort through this huge selection is to book with an independent comparison site like Holiday Campervan. We compare RV costs in Adelaide from the most trusted and reliable operators.
Further advantages of a cheap motorhome hire Adelaide is the opportunity to arrange a one-way rental. This means, if you’d like to explore interstate to Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth or Sydney you can drop your campervan off at your final destination, saving you from doing the same driving twice.
If you fancy a city break, when you tour South Australia, with a few gentle road trips in between? - there’s a camper for you. Or are you prepared for a full-on outback adventure? - there’s one for that, also. No matter what you’re hoping from your motorhome hire in Adelaide, make sure Holiday Campervan is your first port of call.
So why choose Holiday Campervan for your Adelaide Campervan Hire?
When you book your Campervan Hire Adelaide Airport from Holiday Campervan, we compare campervan hire Australia prices to bring you the best campervan hire in Adelaide. We will offer a range of campervans and motorhomes to suit your Australia holiday needs. These range from 2 berth to 6 berth - from a basic campervan to a luxury motorhome!
The major motorhome suppliers are based near Adelaide Airport to get your holiday experience off to a flying start.
Just remember, booking a cheap campervan hire Adelaide is not always the best option as you will need to ensure your campervan is roadworthy and capable of lasting a long distance journey across the rugged Australia outback or Adelaide Hills.
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Which Adelaide Motorhome Hire Companies Do You Suggest?
Working in conjunction with Motorhome Republic, our RV Rental Adelaide companies in Australia include Compass, Kangaroo Campervans, Travel Wheels, Camperman, Awesome, Apollo, Mighty, Britz and Maui. Some of these companies even offer tempting campervan discounts or even one way rentals with their large fleet of campervan vehicles, and we can cater from 2 to 6 berth vehicles
From well known brands like Britz and Apollo to smaller local companies like Kangaroo Campers and Travel Wheels, it is up to you to decide what works best for your travel plans.
Real Value RV, Apollo Motorhomes, Cheapa Campers - Real Value RV has a good selection of campervans for travellers looking to start their road trip from Adelaide, including a 2-berth Toyota Hiace hitop which also has sufficient room for a child, and a 2-berth campervan with a shower and toilet on board for a fully equipped and more convenient trip. Also, you can also hire a 2-berth 4WD or a 6-berth motorhome from Real Value RV. Apollo Motorhomes has several options when hiring campervans and motorhomes, such as the 4-berth Endeavour camper, the 2-berth fully contained Tourer camper, and the 6-berth deluxe motorhome. Cheapa Campers offers everything from a standard hitop, to a 4WD motorhome or trailfinder, and a large luxury 6-berth motorhome. These 3 brands share a vehicle depot at 969 Port Road Cheltenham, situated 11 kilometres from both Adelaide city and Adelaide airport, which will cost approximately $27 in a taxi, either way. The branch is open daily from 8am to 4.30pm between the months of September 1 and March 31, and has the same depot opening times for the rest of the year apart from being closed on Sundays. In general, the depot is closed on public holidays, but your motorhome can be picked up or dropped off on April 25 or December 26 for a $100 fee.
Britz Campervans, Maui Motorhomes and Mighty Campers - Britz, Maui and Mighty are owned by the same motorhome company, which is why they are all located at 376 Sir Donald Bradman Drive in Brooklyn Park, Adelaide, however, they each offer a different range of motorhome and campervan rentals. The Mighty selection starts with simple vans and hitops, includes a 2-person van that has a bathroom on board, and has 4-person vans and motorhomes, as well as a large 6-berth luxury RV for larger groups. Maui also offers a luxury 6-berth motorhome - the River - which is designed with larger families in mind. Other rental vehicles in Maui's range include a 4-person Beach compact motorhome, a 3-berth Ultima plus, and their smallest, a 2-berth Ultima campervan. Britz has the largest selection, from hitops and large vans to 4WDs and spacious motorhomes suited to groups of 6. The branch in Adelaide is only 2.1 kilometres from the domestic airport and 1.1 kilometres from the international airport. A taxi to or from either of these won't cost more than $5. Also, the nearest supermarket, Woolworths, to get your holiday food and drink, is just 1.5 kilometres away on the corner of Burbridge Road and Bagot Avenue. The depot is open from 7.30am to 4pm daily from September 1 to April 30, and from 10am to 4pm May 1 to August 31, except Sundays. Please note that Britz, Mighty, and Maui do not operate on public holidays.
Around Australia Motorhomes and Awesome - Around Australia Motorhomes is located in the Acacia Airport parking area at 91 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton. It also acts as an agent for Awesome, which is why you'll find this brand at the same spot. The depot is 5 kilometres from Adelaide Airport, which will take about 10 minutes by taxi, or 15 minutes by public transport. Awesome Campers have a range of affordable vans - many of which are painted with bright graphic designs - from standard to deluxe. Around Australia Motorhomes has a very large range of comfortable RVs suited for 3 to 6 adults. This selection includes a fully contained 3-berth van, to a super luxurious 6-berth Grand Tourer Iveco Daily motorhome. All rentals from Around Australia come with 24-hour roadside assistance, travel maps, outdoor tables and chairs, and more, as part of the rental deal. The Adelaide depot is open from 8.30am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturday mornings from 9am to noon. If your flight is delayed or you require a late drop off, you can pre-arrange after-hours service to as late as 11.30pm at the discretion of the vendor for a fee of $100.
Energi Motorhomes, Kangaroo Campervans and Calypso Campers - Sharing a location at 315 Sir Donald Bradman Drive in Brooklyn Park, Energi, Kangaroo and Calypso are just 1 kilometre from the airport. You can walk there within 15 minutes, or jump on one of the public transport buses which depart every 30 minutes (please note that there are no transfer services). Hours of operation are 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to noon on Saturday. Energi Motorhomes and Calypso Campers share some of the same campervans for hire. This includes the 2-berth Funkampa budget van, the 3-berth hitop Princess or Sturt, and the 4-berth Hume. In addition to these campers, Energi adds a selection of fully contained motorhomes and vans suited for 2 to 6 people. Kangaroo Campervans offers several vans, a micro deluxe four-berth camper and a deluxe 6-berth RV. When hiring with Kangaroo, your basic insurance, unlimited kilometres, and use of outdoor table and chairs are free with the vehicle hire.
Camperman Campervans - Camperman Campervans allow drivers from the age of 19, offer unlimited kilometres, include free roadside assistance, don't charge for extra drivers, and all rentals come with comprehensive insurance for peace of mind. One of their most popular rentals is a 4-person hitop Paradise campervan that has 50 per cent more space than your usual camper, and an on-board shower and toilet. There are also campers with space for 3 sleepers, all of which (including the Paradise) have seating space for 5, meaning you can bring a tent and take the whole family on holiday, with the added appeal of a camping holiday. The oldest of these vans are from around 2001, while the newest are 2009 models. Camperman Campervans depot is found at 127-129 Richmond Rd, Richmond, 6 kilometres from the airport and 15 minutes away by taxi. The depot is open 10am to 3pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 11am on Saturday. If you need to pick up your rental vehicle on a Sunday, this can be arranged when you book for an additional $80 fee. If you return the vehicle later than agreed, you will be charged an extra $150 minimum.
Which Other Towns in Australia Can I Hire a Campervan ?
You can book your campervan rental Australia from the following towns and cities - Adelaide, Adelaide Airport, Airlie Beach, Alice Springs, Brisbane, Broome, Byron Bay, Cairns, Canberra, Darwin, Devonport, Devonport Airport, Devonport Ferry Terminal, Gold Coast, Hobart, Hobart Airport, Launceston, Launceston Airport, Melbourne, Melbourne Airport, Newcastle, Perth, Sydney and Townsville.
Top Tip – Check Customer Online Reviews
Each motorhome rental company which we select for you comes with a previous campervan renter 5-star rating which you may find useful when making your decision as to which motorhome rental Adelaide you eventually choose.
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Details of campervan holidays Australia discount codes and early bird discounts particular to your holiday destination can be found during the campervan online booking process.
What are the Different Varieties of Camper Vans and Motor Homes Available?
Before you decide which Motorhome Rental Adelaide company to get a quote and book online, you will want to understand the different varieties of campervans, motorhomes and recreational vehicles that will be offered to you to drive as part of the Camper Hire Adelaide deal. Some of the early bird RV rental rates on offer may increase nearer your departure date, so make sure you secure your booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Micro Motorhomes or Mini Campers
These tiny motorhomes are often based on small van versions of popular cars or even small people carriers. Most mini campers offer sleeping for two, but many just have just a single berth.
You will also usually find simple cooking facilities and a cupboard to store the smallest portable toilet.
The legendary Volkswagen camper has been popular for more than half a century. There are thousands of camper vans on the road and they are still being built today by the original manufacturer Volkswagen, and a small industry of specialists able to convert or upgrade the vehicle.
Normally they offer comfortable but basic accommodation for two or more happy campers in a family car sized vehicle. They will be equipped with basic cooking facilities, and the addition of an awning can allow for greater head-room, making the campervan more comfortable.
The benefit of a small micro motorhome and a small campervan is that they can be used to travel into the city and be parked as a normal family car – but be familiar with the minimum roof height when parking in a multi-storey car park with barriers.
Class B Motorhomes - Larger van conversion
Bigger commercial style vans can be converted and are sometimes known as 'panel van' conversions. These larger vans, like a transit van, again can offer more room and are capable of being decked out with a reasonable sized washroom/toilet and a more capable kitchen with gas cooker and dinette and with adequate headroom. They are the least expensive recreational vehicle to operate. The Class B motor home is easy to drive on the motorway, highway and around towns and cities. Because the driving and living compartments are connected, there is no need to get out of the RV during stops and it is capable of reaching less accessible camping sites that are too tight for larger motorhomes.
Class C Motorhomes
These motor homes use a driver’s cab and chassis from one of the major van manufacturers. A motorhome body is built on to complete the recreational vehicle.
Inside the motorhomes, two or more campers can sleep comfortably, and in most cases are equipped with all the comforts of home including a washroom, a shower and cassette toilet (a removable waste tank on wheels). Some of the motor homes will be equipped with a fixed double bed and can also make use of the over-cab storage to fix an over-cab bed. Although they are generally easy to drive, like a large moving truck, some of the larger models can be difficult to manoeuvre in tight spaces, and some models of this motor home may be too large to drive around the local town, therefore alternate local public transportation or a car hire may be required.
Class A Motorhome
The Class A motorhome is a recreational vehicle built on a stripped-down truck or lorry chassis where the driving compartment is an integral part of the RV interior, so no separate cab. Class A motorhomes look like a large bus and are well equipped with room inside for double beds and all the luxuries of a home from home.
The American Recreation Vehicle RV
These come with a large interior over the top luxury fittings and fitments. More importantly, many vehicles are dependent on petrol fuel and in the larger RV’s they can be less than fuel efficient and can offer miles per gallon figures in single figures.
Adelaide Weather and Climate
Adelaide has a Mediterranean climate with warm, sunny weather for most of the year. During the winter months the overnight temperature can drop quite significantly, so be prepared. Rainfall comes mainly in winter. Unlike the east coast cities of Brisbane and Sydney, Adelaide’s skies are cloudier in winter than in summer.
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