Popular Campervans in Adelaide

Maui Platinum Beach

Maui

Platinum Beach

4 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Apollo HiTop

Apollo

HiTop

2 adults

Automatic

Awesome Elgrand Campervan

Awesome

Elgrand Campervan

2 adults

Automatic

Britz Action Pod 2-Berth

Britz

Action Pod 2-Berth

2 adults

Automatic

Jucy El Cheapo 2 Sleeper

Jucy

El Cheapo 2 Sleeper

2 adults

Automatic

Apollo Trailfinder Camper

Apollo

Trailfinder 4WD Camper

2 adults

Solar bag only

Manual

Apollo Endeavour 2-4 Berth

Apollo

Endeavour 2-4 Berth

2 adults 2 children

Automatic

Cheapa Campa 2-Berth ST

Cheapa Campa

2-Berth ST

2 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic/Manual

Cheapa Campa 4WD Camper

Cheapa Campa

4WD Camper

2 adults

Solar bag only

Manual

Cheapa Campa Cheapa Trailfinder

Cheapa Campa

Cheapa Trailfinder 4x4

2 adults

Solar bag only

Manual

Mighty 2-Berth Highball

Mighty

2-Berth Highball

2 adults

Manual

Britz Outback 4WD

Britz

Outback 4WD Camper

5 adults

Automatic

Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I rent an RV at Adelaide Airport?

Is free camping allowed?

What kind of license do I need to drive an RV in Australia?

Can I take a campervan to Kangaroo Island?

Is RV rental with unlimited mileage available?

Can I rent an RV at Adelaide Airport?

While there are only car rentals desks directly at Adelaide airport, there are several RV rental companies within 0.6 to 6 miles away. Britz, Maui, and Mighty Campers are within walking distance from the main terminal.

Is free camping allowed?

Free camping is only permitted at designated areas, and overnight parking is generally prohibited.

Some popular campsites in Adelaide include Brighton Caravan Park, Discovery Parks Adelaide Beachfront and Levi Park Caravan Park.

Adelaide is a great base for a campervan holiday, with many road trip destinations to explore in South Australia:

  • Wine regions on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Barossa Valley and Clare Valley
  • Onkaparinga River National Park
  • Kangaroo Island
  • The Limestone Coast

What kind of license do I need to drive an RV in Australia?

All drivers must have a current and full driver’s license to rent a vehicle. Foreign licenses are acceptable if they are in English or accompanied by an accredited English translation, otherwise, an International Driving Permit (IDP) is required.

Can I take a campervan to Kangaroo Island?

Yes, while most rental companies limit travel on unpaved roads, an exception is often made for well-maintained, recognized roads on Kangaroo Island for both 2WD and 4WD campers.

In order to get to Kangaroo Island, you will need to book a ferry; please note that this is the responsibility of the renter. Check with your rental company to see if any further restrictions apply.

Is RV rental with unlimited mileage available?

Yes, generally unlimited miles 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 if your preferred vehicle has unlimited miles included or if the mileage is restricted.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

Brands

Popular RV Rental Brands

Apollo

One of the larger motorhome rental companies, Apollo has been operating since 1985 and is well known in the RV rental community. Apollo vehicles are available in multiple locations around the world. An Apollo motorhome is generally less than 3 years old. The company has a wide variety of vehicles, from smaller vans to larger luxury motorhomes.

Awesome

An Australian campervan rental company specializing in budget vehicles, all of its vehicles are 2-berths and are generally older. Awesome Campers is popular with the backpacker community and those looking for a low-cost getaway.

Britz

Britz is one of the larger campervan brands, with multiple rental centers in different countries and a wide selection of vehicles. Britz maintains a fleet of newer vehicles, with campervans generally being less than 3 years old. Britz is part of the THL group, which also includes Maui, Mighty Campers, and other international motorhome rental brands.

Calypso

A family-owned campervan rental company catering to groups of 2 to 4, Calypso’s fleet generally consists of older vehicles. Calypso is popular with those looking for a budget vacation and has rental centers along the East Coast and in Adelaide.

Camperman

Camperman is a motorhome rental company with multiple locations in Queensland as well as rental centers in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. It offers a range of fairly priced vehicles and allows drivers under 21 to rent.

Cheapa Campa

Cheapa Campa is part of the Apollo group and rents vehicles that are considered too old to be part of the main Apollo brand. Cheapa remains a very popular choice and is available practically everywhere Apollo is. It offers slightly older, quality campers at a lower price.

Jucy

A popular campervan rental brand operating in New Zealand, Australia, and the US, Jucy offers smaller campervans (2-berth and 4-berth) and will rent to drivers over 18. While not extremely cheap, a Jucy rental comes at an attractive price for the budget traveler.

Maui

Maui is another well-known motorhome rental brand that is part of the THL group (Britz, Mighty, and other international brands). Maui specializes in larger luxury motorhomes, with all its vehicles being less than 2 years old. A Maui campervan is often a good choice for larger groups and those looking for a comfortable road trip vacation.

Mighty

Mighty is another campervan rental brand that is part of the THL motorhome rental group (Britz, Maui, and other international brands). Mighty Rentals has vehicles for groups from 2 to 6. Mighty’s fleet is made up of former Britz and Maui vehicles that are considered too old to fit the main brands. It offers quality older vehicles at a cheaper price.

Attractions

Popular Attractions in and around Adelaide

Barossa Valley

Another of Australia's famous wine regions, the Barossa Valley is located in northeast Adelaide in South Australia. The region is home to many award-winning wineries, with tours and tastings available. There are also many opportunities for outdoor activities, including cycling and hiking through the Barossa conservation parks.

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.

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.

Victoria Square, Central Market

At the exact center 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.