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Looking for a cheap campervan? Compare over 20 motorhome rental companies in Adelaide. Find luxury motorhomes, budget campervans and rugged 4WD campers, all within a short distance of Adelaide Airport. Use our comparison to find great motrohome deals for you South Australian road trip adventure.
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Free camping is only permitted at designated areas, and overnight parking is generally prohibited.
Some popular campsites in Adelaide include Brighton Caravan Park, Discovery Parks Adelaide Beachfront and Levi Park Caravan Park.
Adelaide is a great base for a campervan holiday, with many road trip destinations to explore in South Australia:
All drivers must have a current and full driver’s licence to hire a vehicle. Foreign licences are acceptable if they are in English or accompanied by an accredited English translation. Otherwise, an International Driving Permit (IDP) is required.
Yes, while most rental companies restrict travel on unsealed roads, an exception is often made for well-maintained, recognized roads on Kangaroo Island for both 2WD and 4WD campers.
In order to get to Kangaroo Island, you will need to book a ferry; please note that this is the responsibility of the renter. Check with your rental supplier to see if any further restrictions apply.
Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.
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Most campervan rentals in Adelaide cost between $45-$200 per day (when all fees are included). The average cost for hiring a motorhome in Adelaide in 2020 was $131 per day. Rental rates vary depending on the size, age and features of the vehicle. The booking length, time of year and intended drop-off point can have an impact as well.
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The cheapest months for hiring a campervan in Adelaide are usually May and June. February, March and April are usually also reasonably priced with the summer months from October-January being most expensive.
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While there are only car rental desks directly at Adelaide Airport (ADL), there are several campervan rental companies within 1–10 km (0.5–6 miles). Britz, Maui and Mighty Campers are within walking distance from the main terminal.
Another of Australia's famous wine regions, the Barossa Valley is located in northeast Adelaide in South Australia. The region is home to many award-winning wineries, with tours and tastings available. There are also many opportunities for outdoor activities, including cycling and hiking through the Barossa conservation parks.
Twenty minutes outside the CBD, Cleland Wildlife Park within the Cleland Conservation Park is an oasis of natural bushland in the Adelaide Hills.
The park promotes experiences to cuddle koalas, feed kangaroos, and interact with 130 species, many of which are free-roaming. Nearby, are Mt Lofty and Waterfall Gully, both of which are convenient and rewarding getaways from the city into nature.
In Colonel William Light’s 1836 Plan of the City of Adelaide, North Terrace formed the northern boundary of ‘South Adelaide’; today, North Terrace is one of four terraces that bound the CBD and anchors a collection of institutions, that comprise a rich cultural precinct.
North Terrace is home to the Holy Trinity Church, the Adelaide Railway Station, Old Parliament, present-day Parliament, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the State Library, the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, the Southern Australian Museum, Government House, various war memorials, and the Ayers House mansion.
At the exact centre of Adelaide’s core one-mile grid lies Victoria Square, home of many public institutions, as well as the State Survey Mark – the reference point for all landmarks within South Australia.
Adjacent to this recently renovated public plaza, lies the Adelaide Central Market, the oldest fresh produce market in Australia (established in 1869) and the largest undercover market in the Southern Hemisphere.