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Roadtrip Australia on a 4WD Campervan

4WD Campervan Australia

Roadtrip Australia on a budget

There are many ways to tour Australia, and they all offer attractive advantages. The most popular modes of transport include motoring in your own vehicle, travelling by a campervan, 4wd or motorhome. When touring on a 4wd campervan, all you need is a blanket to sleep under the stars. There are hundreds of caravan parks you can stop to, the choice is yours.

Motoring is a delightful way to see Australia, giving travellers flexibility and independence. You can travel as you please, explore places near and far, and stop whenever the mood takes them. Australia is serviced by a vast network of highways and roads, ranging from broad freeways to well-worn dusty tracks. A 4WD campervan is the ideal vehicle for motoring, which able to deal with the worst road conditions with ease. There are many roads that can be explored all year round, and they all pass through majestic country and lead to exciting destinations. Travelling in a 4WD campervan allows ease of catering which adds that little bit more comfort for extended tours, without having to spend money on expensive accommodation. A 4wd campervan is fitted with all your required necessity; convertible beds, water tank, extra storage space and gas stove.

Camping grounds can be located in most towns and resort areas along highways and near the ocean. Although the standards vary from one caravan park to another, they all provide the basic amenities of electricity, hot and cold showers, toilets and laundry. However, during the busy holiday period you should make bookings in advance.

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Outback Motoring Australia

Outback Motoring

Australia’s size and remoteness deter many people from exploring it. However, properly set up and equipped, and armed with common sense and a little background knowledge, every intending traveller can explore the country’s huge open space.

If you intend travelling in the outback, planning ahead is vital, for it is possible to travel in some sections of the Australian outback and not see another vehicle or person for several days. It is possible to travel in some areas of the outback in a 2WD vehicle, but it is safer and much more practical to do so in a 4×4 vehicle suited to off-road conditions.

Since driving conditions in the outback vary greatly, you should always consider the right 4×4 hire for your travel. 4×4 rental are the best when it comes to soft sand, bulldust and mud, and crossing a creek of stream.

Critical rules that you need to pay attention when you are motoring in the outback:

  • Check intended 4×4 routes carefully
  • Check the best time of year to travel
  • Check your load; keep it to a minimum
  • Check ahead of local road conditions, weather forecasts and fuel availability
  • Check that you have essential supplies: water, food and fuel
  • Don’t forget your detailed maps
  • Respect Aboriginal sacred and cultural sites, and heritage buildings and pioneer relics
  • Protect native flora and fauna; take photographs not specimens
  • Follow restrictions on the use

Planning Ahead is Important!

There is so much to of Australia to see and so many ways to see it. Today, even the most remote sections of this vast continent are accessible, particularly to 4×4 vehicles designed for use on the bush tracks and unmade roads.

For some, exploring Australia will mean touring the made highways and staying in motels. Others will tow their accommodation with them on a 4×4 camper. Others will opt for a mobile home with sleeping and cooking facilities, and yet other group will choose to be the true adventurers, will load a tent on top of the 4×4 hire and go bush. In all cases, some careful planning will enhance the journey immeasurably.

As a traveller, you need to plan ahead:

  • Find advance information on the 4×4 area you are going to explore
  • When to go; find the best time to explore in your 4×4
  • Plan which way to go; plan your 4×4 route and itineraries
  • Locate where you would like to stay and campout in your 4wd
  • Find the right 4×4 hire that really suits your budget
  • When you book your 4×4, make sure you are covered with the right insurance

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4WD Rooftop 5-Sleeper

4WD Rooftop 5-Sleeper


  • Modern Toyota Klugers
  • Off road capable
  • Tough, Reliable 4WD Hire
  • All Camping Equipment is supplied with vehicle
  • Awesome Rooftop Tent – sleeps 5 Adults
  • Vehicle Seats 5 Adults

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

Perfect 4WD Hire for exploring:

  • Gibb River Road
  • Oodnadatta Track
  • Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks
  • Cape York
  • Kings Canyon Loop and the Red Centre

Call our sexy Roadtrip Planners today on: 1800 24 68 69 or Book Online!

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4WD Rooftop 3-Sleeper

4WD Rooftop 3-Sleeper

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


  • 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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Our 4WD Rental

Our 4WD and 4×4 campervans let you get off the beaten track and see more of Australia. Just like our regular campervans on the inside, the 4WD campervan allows you to explore the dirt roads of Australia’s North and Outback and see places most backpackers miss out on. Our 4wd campervan hire offers cheap and affordable 4wd campers in Australia. See the Outback of Australia with our 4WD campervans.

  • Best value way to see Australia
  • Mitsubishi Delica or Toyota Regius
  • Off Road Capable
  • Sleeps 2
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Steering
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Kitchenette, camping stove
  • Internal table and lounge
  • Gas Cooker
  • Cutlery
  • Plates, Cups and Bowls
  • Saucepan + Pot

Optional Extras:

  • Camp Stools & Table
  • A/C and Power Steering
  • Under 21’s can hire these campers!!!
  • Up to 4 Extra Drivers allowed!

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