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Top Sydney RV Rentals

Large & Luxury Campervans and Motorhomes


Lets Go Motorhomes – 6 Berth Conquest Tourer
Let’s Go’s Conquest Tourer sleeps 6, features a large fridge with freezer, a TV and a kitchen with a 3-burner stove and microwave.


Cheapa Campa – 6 Berth Motorhome
The Cheapa 6 berth includes three double beds, a shower & toilet, kitchen and two dining areas.


Apollo Motorhomes – Euro Deluxe 6
This luxury motorhome is Apollo’s largest RV. Includes 2 dining areas, 3 double beds, a rear vision camera, walk through access between the driver cabin and main cabin, air-conditioning and heating, a shower and toilet, 3-burner stove and microwave and a fridge/freezer.


Minivans and Low Cost RVs


Jucy Campervan Rentals – 2 Berth Jucy Crib
Built on a Toyota Previa or similar minivan the Jucy Crib is equipped with a double bed, gas cooker and fridge. Sleeps two.


Lucky Rentals Australia – Lucky Rookie
If you’re after a low cost vehicle for two, the Lucky Rookie is perfectly suited for a budget road-trip or festival accommodation.


Other Common Campervan Pickup Spots in Australia


Popular One Way Routes from Sydney

One way rentals are available with several suppliers, here are some of the most popular one way campervan routes starting in Sydney.


Sydney to Cairns – hire a campervan to travel one of the more popular one-way routes in Australia. If you choose the to drive along the East Coast, the roughly 2,600 km journey will take you through Byron Bay, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, past the Whitsundays and right into Tropical North Queensland.


Sydney to Melbourne – there are multiple routes you can take ranging from just under 900 km (inland, via Albury), to over 1,000 km if you choose to drive the coastal route or to visit Australia’s capital – Canberra.


Sydney to Gold Coast – a relaxing 850 km trip along beautiful beaches and shorelines via Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Byron Bay and the Tweed Coast.


Sydney to Perth – for the truly adventurous, plan well for this grand trip across the continent spanning several thousand kilometres.