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Hit the road and explore in a motorhome from Adelaide
A campervan rental in Adelaide is always the start of something incredible. There’s so much to see in the city itself, while if you head out of the urban area you’ll find world-class wineries, lovely small towns, and breathtaking beaches. With a motorhome rental to serve as transport and accommodation, it’s easy to extend your trip to see the many wonders of South Australia and beyond.
Campervan rental locations in and near Adelaide
Your journey could begin with picking up a campervan rental from the airport. You might prefer to stay in the city for a few days and then start the adventure at a city motorhome depot. There’s no right way to get your show on the road—and the flexibility of a motorhome hire holiday makes it a fantastic way to see enigmatic Adelaide and the surrounding regions.
With our wide range of rental partners offering many different locations around the city, we can offer many options. Check out the map below to see all of the places you could pick up a campervan hire in Adelaide.
Off to a good start: the essential camper hire info for Adelaide
Adelaide is a gem of a city, tucked away in the south of Australia and gateway to some spectacular landscapes. This region, the city and wider South Australia, tends to have a lower profile on the global stage than other parts of the county, but any traveller will be blown away by the range of things to see and do here.
A guide to driving your motorhome in Adelaide
For the best and most memorable trip, you’ll need to stay safe and comfortable on the roads. Domestic and international visitors alike should prepare themselves for driving a campervan on the roads of South Australia—read the tips below and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!
- The first one’s the most important: In Australia, you drive on the left-hand side of the road. If you’re accustomed to the opposite, take some time on quiet roads to get used to the idea.
- A motorhome will likely be a bigger vehicle than your usual ride. Be aware of the space you take up, particularly in urban areas.
- Heading into the Outback as part of your journey? You’re in for an adventure—but there are a few things to consider. Ensure you have plenty of food or water in case of a breakdown in a remote area. Stick to the clearly marked roads. Take on fuel when you have the chance, as petrol stations can be few and far between.
- The legal blood alcohol limit in South Australia is 0.05%. We highly recommend that you avoid drinking altogether before driving a motorhome.
- Speed limits are posted in kilometres per hour, and distances are in kilometres.
Our top tip? Listen closely to all that is said during the orientation session when you pick up the vehicle. Write it down if you need to. This simple act can set you up for a smooth and successful road trip in a gorgeous part of the world.
Where to go for your Adelaide campervan hire holiday
It’s not easy to narrow down the options for a traveler setting out from Adelaide. South Australia is a jaw-dropping place of beautiful coastlines, diverse national parks, evocative Outback landscapes, unique wildlife, and plenty of urban delights too. A campervan rental puts it all within reach. If you have more time, you can visit other regions and head east to Sydney or cross the Nullarbor Plain on your way to a motorhome adventure in Perth.
Here are a few more destinations to get you started.
With rugged coastlines, interesting wildlife, unique landscapes, charming towns, and even an array of vineyards, Kangaroo Island could be considered a smorgasbord of some of South Australia’s best features. Come over on the vehicular ferry and stay awhile.
The National Park and Wildlife Service administers 360 parks across South Australia. Ikara-Flinders National Park, less than a day’s drive from Adelaide, is one of the most iconic and offers plenty of places to camp amongst the incredible landscapes. For something with a beach to lie on, try the white sands of Coffin Bay National Park at the tip of the Eyre Peninsula.
Coober Pedy and the Outback
If you’re up for an adventure in the “Red Centre”, Coober Pedy is a great place to start. In this unique opal mining town, a large proportion of accommodation is underground due to the high temperatures in summer. From there, you can venture further into the Outback and even make the journey to Alice Springs in your campervan, which lies across the border in the Northern Territory.
If you’d like to seek some breaks during your motorhome rental journey from Adelaide, head north to Yorke and Eyre Peninsulas or south to the Fleurieu Peninsula. Jutting out into the ocean, all three of these places offer some spectacular and scenic surf spots. Just follow the locals!
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