Cheap Campervan Hire Mackay

Campervan Rental in Mackay

Mackay is a marvellous area of Australia to explore all on your own, with its fantastic wilderness and wildlife. A campervan rental comes highly recommended here as the local road network is good and there is a wide selection of campervans.

Given its location, Mackay is regarded as a central base for exploring the famous areas of Australia’s east coast and the state of Queensland. Nearby are massive stretches of land, with islands of the Great Barrier Reef as well as plenty of campervan parks for those who prefer to holiday at their own pace.

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Recommended campervan drives in Mackay

Regional Botanical Gardens:

Species of vegetation that are common to the surrounding rainforests can be found at these relatively new botanical gardens. Stay at Premier Caravan Park or Linwater Caravan Park.

Brampton Island:

Is probably best known for its brilliant national park that is home to coral reefs and memorable white-sand beaches. Due to its popularity, make sure you book well in advance. The smaller islands of St Bees, Skawfell and Keswick are nearby, all of which have campervan sites.

Finch Hatton Gorge:

A pleasant drive an hour out of the city and into the Eungella Range. Brilliant scenery is promised, as are sparkling swimming holes and waterfalls. There are plenty of rainforest walks to be enjoyed as soon as you park your vehicle. Campervan sites can be found at the Eungella Range and Eungella National Park.

Driving a rental RV in Mackay

Road network:

There is an excellent network of smooth-running highways and national roads criss-cross the large state of Queensland, which comprises of lush coasts and vast outdoor areas. Petrol stations are numerous near to towns and cities but are few and far between out in the wilderness.

Speed limits:

Urban roads:50kph
Provincial roads:100kph
National roads and motorways:110kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent. Roads are regularly policed, with heavy fines for drink-drivers.

Safety:

Driving across Australia is on the left. Roads are in good condition, with the AA responding quickly when needed. Using a hand phone in Queensland while behind the wheel is strictly prohibited.

Compare motorhome hire in Mackay, Australia

We’ve compiled the industry’s best deals on motorhome rental in Mackay, which is available from the city centre and the airport. The likes of Jucy, Kea, Britz, Maui and Trailmaster are the most common models of campervan available for hire in Mackay.


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