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Frequently Asked Questions about Renting a Campervan
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. Use our tool to check prices and availability. Popular one-way routes starting in Perth include:
- Perth to Broome
- Perth to Darwin
- Perth to Adelaide
- Perth to Melbourne
Are unlimited kilometres included in my rental?This will usually depend on the type of campervan you are renting. While many campervan rentals include unlimited kilometres in Australia, there are some exceptions. Often 4WD campers do not have unlimited kilometres included in the package. Always check the terms and conditions of each rental. Use our search tool to check which vehicles have unlimited kilometres and those where mileage is restricted.
Can you take a campervan off road?Rental companies will often require you to solely drive on sealed roads, though there may be exceptions such as recognized campgrounds and other specifically named routes. Note that drivers are responsible for all damage sustained on unsealed roads. 4WD campers have their own rules dependant on the rental company – please check details for the vehicle you are interested in.
What living and cooking equipment is included with the vehicles?Most campervans come with basic cooking and eating equipment and utensils, as well as include bedding and shower towels. Details will differ by company – you’ll find further information in our comparison tool.
Can I pick up or drop off my campervan at the branch after hours?Most campervan rental companies don’t allow for collection or return after hours. The exceptions are Spaceships and Camperman, but certain conditions and an after-hours fee apply.
Attractions around Perth
Swan Bell Tower
Considered to be one of the world’s largest purpose-built musical instruments, the Swan Bell Tower contains a dozen bells, that were originally housed in the Church of St-Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square for over 275 years and gifted to Perth for Australia’s bicentennial. Six additional bells were quickly cast to complete a set of eighteen; the bells are used for ‘change ringing’, producing musical sequences, rather than tunes.
From the 82.5-metre-tall Swan Bell Tower a 360-degree view is possible of Perth’s CBD and out to the Darling Range.
Campervan access: Several car parks are available nearby at Elizabeth Quay and Barrack St Jetty.
Established in 1889 as the 3rd branch of Britain’s Royal Mint, the Perth Mint became a Western Australian institution only in 1970. The opening of the mint coincided with gold strikes in Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, and miners would bring in raw gold to be refined and minted.
The Perth Mint is the only one of two facilities that produce Australian coins and its reputation is such, that its coins are always trusted to be of the best purity. The mint offers daily guided tours, that include a chance to see a live gold pour in the 1899 melting house.
Campervan access: The Perth Mint is an easily walk from the CBD, which has multiple car park options.
Kings ParkOne of the largest inner city parks in the world, Kings Park is well-known for its panoramic views from Mt Eliza over the Swan River and Darling Range. Just two kilometres west of the CBD, Kings Park showcases natural bushland and native vegetation; over 2,000 species of Western Australian flora are contained within the Western Australian Botanical Garden.
A walking track in Kings Park
The park is also home to the State War Memorial and Bali Memorial, as well as a 750-year-old Boab tree from the Kimberly. Every September, the Kings Park Festival occurs – the country’s largest wildflower show and exhibition.
Campervan access: Kings Park has many designated car parks and there are other car parks adjacent to the park.
Perth city skyline