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FAQ

Find out more about our campervan hire

Everything you need to know about campervan hire is right here on our FAQ page. Got a question we haven’t answered? For any other enquiries call our Gold Coast office during our business hours 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Saturday.

Every campervan hire includes all the essentials you’ll need for a comfortable trip.

Linen. This includes towels, sheets, sleeping bags, and pillows.

Kitchen utensils.

Knives, forks, spoons, teaspoons, tings, ladle, egg lifter, carving fork, can opener, cereal bowls, dinner plates, side plates, glasses, cups, frying pan, saucepans and a kettle.

Extras.

Coat hangers, campground guides, and camp discounts.

Plan your trip however you wish. You can pick up your campervan or drop off your campervan on the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, or Cairns.

All our campers are fully equipped with linen packs for the number of people travelling. You
are welcome to bring you own pillow etc if you prefer.

All our campers come fully equipped with all the necessary crockery, cutlery, and utensils to help make your self-drive holiday comfortable and enjoyable.

A valid credit / debit card is required for you to be able to hire one of our campervans.

No, we do not supply bike racks. Bikes may be stored inside the campervan, however we would prefer they are stored in bike bags to avoid any damage to the interior of the Campervan.

Caravan Parks

We strongly recommend you stay in a caravan (RV) park. Australia has an extensive network of caravan parks in all major tourist centres and most towns. Caravan parks offer excellent recreational opportunities, plus essential shower and toilet facilities. Powered sites enable you to connect your vehicle to electricity (which charges the ancillary battery and allows the use of power points and microwave). There is usually no need to book ahead, even in peak periods. The approximate cost is AU$25-30 per night.

National Parks

Most national parks have areas set aside for camping. There are often showers, toilets, barbecues, and picnic areas. National parks are also beautiful and peaceful locations to stay overnight. However, national parks do not usually offer powered sites.

Roadside Camping

Council laws prohibit camping on the side of the road near towns and cities. However, outside towns and in country areas it is generally permitted for overnight stays only.

We have an extensive range of extra items available for hire from GPS to baby and booster seats camping furniture and tents. Please request items at time of booking.

Yes, for a small daily fee (capped) you can hire an in-car navigation system to help you find your way around. These modern devices work off satellites, so they’re ideal when you’re travelling in an area without a 3G or 4G phone network. They also let you know your speed and the speed limit, to help you avoid fines.

Yes, for one fixed fee per item, for the duration of your trip, you can rent the additional seating you need for your little ones.

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