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Free camping is only allowed in designated areas in Tasmania. As with the rest of Australia, overnight parking is generally prohibited.
National parks are a popular place to free camp. The Tasmania national parks website has a list of sites and the rules associated with each: https://parks.tas.gov.au/things-to-do?grade=&duration=®ion=&activity=Stay.
In order to enter national parks in Tasmania, you must purchase the appropriate pass, which can be purchased at the park office or other designated sites.
Staying at a holiday park or caravan park will generally cost $15–$50 (AUD) per night.
Yes, generally unlimited kilometres are included for standard vehicle rentals in Australia. Limits are placed on some types of vehicles, e.g. 4x4 campers. The comparison tool will show you whether your preferred vehicle has unlimited or restricted kilometres.
Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.
Some of the best deals are available early in the season. Book your motorhome rental well in advance and you could save $100s compared to last minute bookings.
The price depends on several factors such as travel dates, size of the motorhome, age of the vehicle, or pickup location. Being flexible on any of these may help you find cheaper offers.
Simply comparing competing campervan hire companies is often the best way to get a lower price. Use Camper Champ to compare prices across multiple suppliers.
Go Cheap is a motorhome hire brand partnered with Cruisin’ Motorhomes and rents older models considered too old for the main Cruisin’ brand. Because of the vehicles’ older age, Go Cheap can rent these vehicles at a lower price.
This is a budget rental brand with both sleepervans and 4WD campers available. Tasmania Campers generally supply older vehicles and come at a cheaper rate. The brand is part of a campervan rental network that includes Captain Billy’s.