4WD Rooftop 3-Sleeper

4x4 hire Australia

4WD Rooftop 3-Sleeper

4wd and 4×4 Campers that are available for your outback adventures, available hire in Alice Springs, Broome, Perth & Darwin.

Features:

  • Modern Toyota Rav 4’s
  • Off road capable
  • Tough, Reliable 4×4 Hire
  • All Camping Equipment is supplied with vehicle
  • Awesome Rooftop Tent – sleeps 3 Adults
  • Vehicle Seats 5 Adults

Alice Springs, Ayers Rock, Kings Canyon and The Mereenie Loop 4×4 Hire:

Explore The Olga’s, Kings Canyon, Uluru and Rainbow Valley with these off-road capable vehicles. Get out to the Macdonald Ranges and save time by driving the Mereenie Loop to Kings Canyon and The Rock! There’s swimming holes and A HEAP OF places to camp for FREE!!! Get on down to Coober Pedy and check out the vast and beautiful moon-like landscape a The Breakaways! There’s no better way to see the red’s and blues of the desert than in a Wicked 4X4 – the photo’s look better and the chicks come closer…

Broome & The Gibb River Road 4×4 Hire:

Explore the exquisite gorge’s off The Gibb River Road. There’s swimming holes and places to camp for FREE in your very own 4×4 Offroad Wicked Vehicle!!! The landscape changes dramatically as you venture through The Kimberlies on your way to Darwin. This is the Best option for 4×4 rental in Broome and around the top-end.

Perth, Karijini National Park & Kalbarri National Park 4×4 Hire:

Head up north to Karijini National Park WA – one of the largest national parks and arguably one of the most spectacular in the State. Haunting in its rugged, red beauty and unbeatable for adventure, the park is famous for its sheer gorges, waterfalls and cool swimming holes. A visit to Karijini National Park is a must! A system of excellent walk trails lead you deep into the subterranean gorges and through waterfalls where you can dive into sparkling rock pools.The extraordinary ancient rock formations that make up the Pinnacles are located about a three-hour drive north of Perth near the coastal town of Cervantes. Regarded as one of Australia’s most unique landscapes, these incredible limestone spiers rise eerily out of the sand, some several metres tall. You can get up close to the Pinnacles on a scenic drive and walk trail that includes an amazing lookout over the Nambung National Park.

Darwin, Jim Jim Falls, Kakadu & Litchfield National Park:

Jim Jim Falls is a 200 m (660 ft) high waterfall located in the Kakadu National Park, in the Northern Territory, Australia. It is believed that 140 million years ago much of Kakadu was under a shallow sea.

The prominent escarpment wall formed sea cliffs and the Arnhem Land plateau formed a flat land above the sea. Today the escarpment, which rises to 330 metres (1,080 ft) above the plains, extends over 500 kilometres (300 mi) along the eastern side of the Park and into Arnhem Land.

Kakadu is a living cultural landscape. Generations of Bininj/Mungguy have lived on and cared for this country for tens of thousands of years. Their spiritual connection with the land is globally recognised in Kakadu’s World Heritage listing. The natural and cultural heritage of Kakadu has also been identified as a key element of Australia’s great National Landscapes.

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