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Campervan and motorhome hire in Australia
Discovery Campervans is an Australian owned and operated company that specialises in organising campervan rentals in Australia but also in New Zealand.
Their fully qualified team handle your reservation queries and overlook all rentals placed. The benefit to you of having a dedicated team is that it provides a level of professionalism, product knowledge and experience to ensure that your rental goes smoothly, and you can enjoy your trip without any hassles. Yes, REAL People work here!
Campervans has been built and developed with the support
and continuing assistance of the largest campervan rental companies
in both Australia and New Zealand....
When you start exploring Australia in your campervan you will come across an Australian phenomena; the grey nomads.
These are retired Aussies that either cruise around Australia or move up and down with the seasons to follow the good weather, with their motorhomes and caravans. Have a chat to them when you meet them, you will brush up your knowledge of Aussie language, and they are always full on good info on where the good free camping spots are.
If you need to get across Australia in a relatively short time then you may be lucky and find a deal which campervan rental places do not advertise too much, but the seasoned travellers know about it; the re-location deal.
Campervan hire companies offer one way rentals, where for instance you pick up your campervan in Melbourne, cruise up through Sydney and Brisbane up the east coast, and then leave your camper in Cairns.
Ideally (for the camper hire company) then another
traveller would fly in to Cairns who rents the camper to drive back
to Melbourne, but at times things don't work out that well for the
campervan hire people and they end up with a lot of campervans on
one side of the country and not enough campers on the other side.
This website is no longer associated with Wicked Campervans, we had already removed links to Wicked in early 2009 for our own operational reasons, but towards the end of that year the Brisbane Courier Mail reported that almost the entire Queensland Wicked fleet had been ordered off the road in a Government crackdown on unsafe vehicles. According to the news reports Wicked was asked to have its fleet checked but then decommissioned 77 of its 86 vehicles in Queensland and submitted only nine remaining vans for road safety tests, five failed and only four passed! One disgruntled backpacker who had an accident even set up a Facebook group to warn others of his experience.