Australia Campervan Hire
Simultaneously an island, a country and a continent, Australia, nicknamed “The Land Down Under” is a perfect destination for a campervanning holiday. It’s friendly, uncrowded, huge, and is riddled with numerous unique but equally wonderful tourist spots everywhere you go.
Australia’s noteworthy for its unique flora and fauna, every imaginable type of scenery, its friendly people, delectable food and wine, its superb climate and relaxed, “no worries” lifestyle.
In Australia you can absorb the fascinating Aboriginal culture, experience sophisticated cosmopolitan society with a laid-back twist, and travel to remote spots it’s possible no other human has ever even set foot on. Campervanning is an ideal way to experience this generous slice of heaven – there’s a vast number of campsites and holiday parks dotted all over the country to accommodate you and motorhomes available to suit any budget. With Australia Campervan Hire You can travel at your own pace and stop wherever you like, for as long as you like!
Many people say that a campervan holiday is the best, if not the only real way to meet Australian locals and see the "essential" Australia.
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is the Australia’s smallest self-governing internal territory. It is contained within New South Wales, and is home to Australia’s capital, Canberra.
Apart from the city of Canberra, the ACT also contains agricultural land (sheep, dairy cattle, vineyards and small amounts of crops) and a large area of national park (Namadgi National Park), much of it mountainous and forested. Small townships located within the ACT include Williamsdale, Naas, Uriarra, Tharwa and Hall.
The Northern Territory is sometimes known as Australia’s “real” Outback. Home to natural wonders of Kakadu National Park and Uluru (Ayers Rock), the Territory’s vast size is five times larger than New Zealand. Take your campervan across iconic natural landscapes, canoe through imposing gorges and experience Aboriginal culture as you explore from the Red Centre to the tropical north.
Sometimes called the "Premier State", NSW is the oldest and most populated state in Australia. Home to the biggest city in Australia, Sydney, the state is bordered on the north by Queensland, on the west by South Australia, and on the south by Victoria. Its coast faces the Tasman Sea. New South Wales contains two Federal Territories: the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), and the Jervis Bay Territory.
One the world’s largest states, WA occupies the entire western third of the Australian continent and has 2.2 million inhabitants (10% of the national total), 85% of whom live in the south-west corner of the state. It’s full of extraordinary attractions such as The Bungle Bungle Range and Karijini National Park, the Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia dolphins, the Gormley statues and outback wildflowers.
Queensland is Australia’s second largest state (after W.A), occupying about 25% of the continent of Australia, up in the north-eastern corner. It has a broad multi-cultural community, a tropical climate, amazing beaches and a relaxed atmosphere. Often nicknamed the Sunshine State, its population is concentrated in South East Queensland, including the capital Brisbane, Ipswich, Toowoomba, and the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Other major regional centres include Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Bundaberg, and Mount Isa.
South Australia lies in the southern central part of the country, covers some of the most arid parts of the continent and it is the fourth largest of Australia's six states and two territories. The majority of its people live in the state capital, Adelaide, with most of the rest in fertile areas along the south-eastern coast and River Murray. The state's origins are unique in Australia as a freely-settled, planned British province, rather than as a convict settlement.
Tasmania, Australia’s smallest state is an island about 250 kilometres (150 miles) south of the state of Victoria, across Bass Strait. It has many offshore islands, including Macquarie Island, which lies close to the point 54 degrees south, 159 degrees east. It is estimated that Tasmania includes 334 islands. It’s capital is Hobart.
Australia’s smallest mainland state is also its second most populated – and it has a highly centralised population, with over 70% of Victorians living in Melbourne, the state capital and largest city. Victoria is bordered by New South Wales, South Australia, and Tasmania, and contains many diverse climates and environments.