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Motorhome Hire

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Motorhome hire made easy

CamperMate features a variety of motorhome rental companies Australia wide and lets you compare the different models each brand carries. This means you can spend less time clicking around the web, and more time actually exploring the great outdoors.

Whether you’re after something economic and compact or super spacious with all the bells and whistles, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect motorhome for your adventure.

Simply fill out our request to book form and we’ll take it from there, or you can contact the rental company directly via phone or email.


Australia was made for motorhome travel

Leave the big smoke behind and hit the open road. Australia is made up of vast, sparsely populated spaces that don’t have a tonne of high-rise hotels, but are perfect for exploring in a motorhome.

As well as being home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes the world over, Australia’s outback, coastline, mountains and countryside make it easy to get away from the crowds and claim your own little patch of nature.

There’s no need to become a hardcore off-roader to see the best of Australia. Many of the country’s most spectacular drives are on sealed roads, such as the Nullarbor Crossing, Great Ocean Road, Great Alpine Road, Great Barrier Reef Drive, Coral Coast and Red Centre Way. The only problem is choosing which part of Australia to take your motorhome first!


Benefits of a renting a motorhome

Whether you’re an infrequent traveller and only get away for a few weeks at a time, or you’re looking to try before you buy, renting a motorhome isn’t just cost effective and hassle-free. Motorhomes are where comfort meets flexibility.

Not only have you got a vehicle to explore in, you don’t have the additional cost and limitations associated with finding and booking hotel rooms – which in many areas are few and far between.

A campsite at a caravan park can be as little as $20 a night, and because motorhomes have kitchens and bathrooms, you’ve got the option to free camp if your destination allows it. RV Friendly Towns are everywhere in Australia, as are pub and farm stays. There’s so many camping options and services out there for RV travellers, we reckon it’s hands down the most convenient way to travel in Australia.