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Frequently Asked Questions on Camper Rental
Note: We compare multiple individual companies – each has its own terms and policies. Use the below answers as a general guide, however always check the terms of your rental, as details of may vary from company to company.
Are one way rentals available? Can I pick up and drop off in different locations?Yes. Many companies allow for one-way rentals, and they are a popular travel option. Popular one-way routes starting in Adelaide include:
- Adelaide to Alice Springs
- Adelaide to Darwin
- Adelaide to Melbourne (including the Great Ocean Road)
- Adelaide to Perth
What is the minimum age to drive a campervan in Australia?When you use our tool, simply enter the driver’s age and we will automatically show you the vehicles that are allowed from the age you entered.
Are unlimited kilometres included in my rental?Campervan rentals typically include unlimited kilometres in Australia in most rental packages, though certain vehicles – especially 4WD campers – may have restrictions (often 300km/day). Always check the conditions of each rental. Our search tool will show you which vehicles have unlimited kilometres and those where mileage is restricted.
Do campervans have automatic or manual transmission?Both manual and automatic transmissions are readily available, though some companies only have one or the other and various camper models may be only one or the other. You can filter by transmission types in our comparison tool.
Will I get a discount for a long-term rental, let’s say above 30 or 60 days?It’s quite common to receive a discount or special bonus for a long term rental – how long the rental period will need to be to qualify as long-term can vary from minimum 21 to 50 days. To assist you in finding the best pricing, our tool factors applicable supplier promotions based on the entered rental period.
Attractions around Adelaide
Victoria Square, Central Market
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.
Campervan access: Parking in the city can be tricky for larger motorhomes. While over 1,000 undercover parking spaces are available within the market’s UPark, as well as nearby throughout the CBD, undercover parkings have generally a clearance of 2.00m.
Find out more: UPark at Central Market
North Terrace Cultural Precinct
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.
Campervan access: Several car parks are available in the vicinity.
Cleland Wildlife Park
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.
Campervan access: Cleland boasts ample, free parking on their premises.