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Not many RV rental companies in Australia allow customers to pick up and/or drop off a rental after hours.
Spaceships have an easy after-hours pickup and dropoff service.
Note that this service may not be available in all cities.
No, most companies will only allow their vehicles to be driven on sealed bitumen roads.
Rental companies may make an exception for well maintained access roads to a recognized campsite, however, the distance allowed on these roads may vary (between 500m to 12km). Check the rental agreement for details regarding the exact allowed distance.
Different rules may apply to 4WD vehicles.
Most rental companies have both automatic and manual vehicles available.
Our comparison tool allows you to filter by transmission type to help you find your preferred option.
Note that not all makes and models will be available in both automatic and manual transmission types.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Broome’s small, but intriguing Historical Museum provides an overview of the town’s key moments in history: the pearl industry in Western Australia, cyclones, World War II Japanese air raids, and more. Housed in a former general store, turned Customs House and a Sailmaker’s shed, aboriginal artifacts are on display, as well as the McDaniel shell collection.
10 miles out of town, Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park affords a chance to get up close and personal with legendary Australian wildlife: crocs, cassowaries, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, kookaburras, dingoes, snakes, and more.
The park claims some of the largest crocodiles in Australia, representing five species of crocodiles and alligators. Three o’clock is feeding time, a chance to see the agile crocs literally leap for their food.
Broome’s 13.6 miles long iconic Indian Ocean beach sports dazzling colors: pure white sands, turquoise waters, and tall red cliffs.
Named for the telegraph cable that connected Broome with Java in 1889, Cable Beach is a popular locale for camel riding, and several types of turtles nest here October through February.
At the southern end of Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point allows for viewing of migratory whales and dolphins, along with 130-million-year-old fossil dinosaur footprints.
Just ten minutes from Broome’s town center and adjacent to Western Australia’s famous Cable Beach lies one of the area’s most photographed locales, Gantheaume Point.
Here the desert meets the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and red rock cliffs overlook a white sandy beach.