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Get your vanlife fix with the range of compact campervans available for rent on CamperMate. Perfect for couples and solo travellers looking for a no-frills rig that’s easy to park and won’t blow the budget, campervans provide somewhere to sleep and somewhere to eat – so you can spend the rest of your trip out exploring.
Booking your campervan in advance is vital if you’re planning a road trip in Australia. But which company to choose? On CamperMate, we’ve brought together a range of campervan brands and models available country-wide, making it easy for you to compare and book the perfect van for your adventure.
You can whittle down the results by base rate per day, pick up location, number of sleeping berths, transmission type, vehicle size, fuel type and even minimum age requirements for the designated driver.
Once you’ve found your van, you can either request to book through us or contact the rental company directly via phone or email. Easy peasy.
Cost-efficiency is easily one of the greatest benefits of travelling in a hire campervan. You can save thousands of dollars on accommodation by staying in caravan parks, low-cost campgrounds and even free camps. When you’re travelling in a campervan, you’re more likely to forego the wallet-draining restaurants, shops and attractions of big cities, in favour of regional areas where you’ll enjoy van-cooked meals and free nature-based activities.
On CamperMate, we’ve got campervans from as little as $35 a day to over $200 a day, however most are between $50 and $150.
These rates are determined by the vehicle’s make and model, age, transmission, sleeping capacity, and the volume and quality of amenities provided. Make sure you budget for optional extras you might need such as insurance upgrades (lower your excess and provide more comprehensive cover) and gear that may not be included, such as kids’ booster seats and camping furniture.
If you don’t mind driving an older van, cooking on a camp stove and storing your food in an esky, you can van around Australia on a shoestring. But you can also spend a little more and get a spacious almost-new hitop van with its own kitchenette (including fridge and microwave) plus convertible dining nook and lots of inclusions and no extra cost. There’s also some nifty 4WD campervans that allow you to head off the pavement and discover some true gems at the end of unsealed roads.
When you’ve figured out how many people you need to accommodate, what kind of features you’re after and your maximum budget, you can easily filter through the hire campervans on CamperMate, lock one in and start your adVANture.
From the Great Ocean Road to the Red Centre Way, Australia’s got some ripper roadies that take you through the kind of landscapes that need to be seen to be believed. Whether you’re after a road trip through the NSW alps, a cruise along WA’s Coral Coast or a short drive deep into Qld’s Daintree Rainforest, a campervan allows you to enjoy every second of the journey – not just the destination.