Australia Campervan Rental in the Mighty Double Down Camper for four people. Drivers can be 18 years old or older.

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Australia Campervan Rental. The Mighty Double Down in Australia sleeps four people and is one of the most popular camper vans for rental in Australia and drivers can be 18 years old or older. No maximum age barrier as long as you have a valid driving licence. Cheap rental rates and a perfect camper for four people. Where Can I rent the Mighty Double Down Hi-Top Camper in Australia for 4 people? The Mighty Double Down is available to rent from the following cities in Australia: Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Cairns Darwin Perth Alice Springs Hobart in Tasmania This awesome campers sleeps 4 and can be rented by drivers who are 18 and over.  There are two double beds. What does the Mighty Double Down camper van come with? It contains a handy fridge, a microwave, and a gas stove for cooking. You will be fully self-sufficient for touring Australia. … Continue reading

Australia Road Trip – Route Planning ideas.

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  Campervan hire in Australia Campervan hire Australia Australia Road Trip – Route Planning ideas: Planning a campervan or motorhome road trip around Australia takes a bit of time as Australia is a vast country and unless you have unlimited time, it will take at least a year of travelling just to see the highlights. So you don’t have a year to travel around Australia in a campervan. Our customers book campervans and motorhomes to tour Australia at their own pace and in their own time.  Generally the book a rental for about a month and start to tour Australia in smaller areas at a time. The Regions You can explore during one month in Australia in a rented campervan or motorhome: Visitors to Australia tend to arrive in Sydney and explore the Blue Mountains and head up the East Coast on the Pacific Coast Highway and get as far north … Continue reading

Tasmania, the friendly place for campervan holidays

TASMANIA’S councils are opening up more areas to campervans and motorhomes as the state tries to lure the grey nomad dollar and shake off its reputation as an unfriendly RV destination. Tasmania has received a bad rap from the caravan and motorhome brigade in recent years. The cost of getting vehicles across Bass Strait is a major gripe along with claims Tasmania does not provide enough spaces, outside of traditional caravan parks, to cater for what is a rapidly growing tourism market. But now 25 Tasmanian towns are listed by the Campervan and Motorhome Association of Australia as RV Friendly. The association has 64,000 members and warmer climes are competing for the money the RV fraternity spends on petrol, food and visiting local attractions. Sorell was one of the first towns in Tasmania to enter the “grey nomad hall of fame” as a top spot to visit. Circular Head Council … Continue reading