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Adelaide Motorhome Hire The Key to a Great Holiday
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Adelaide is at the heart of the southwest corner of Australia’s myriad attractions. Hiring a touring van is the easiest option for people wishing to explore this interesting region. This mode of transport does away with the necessity of booking or looking for accommodation in remote places.

There is a great selection of motorhome for hire in Adelaide. This, coupled with the excellent road system that traverses South Australia, contributes to a stress-free holiday. The Barossa Valley wine region, Ayers Rock, the ferry port for Kangaroo Island and even Melbourne are easy trips away using campervans.

Booking with us guarantees you a first class customer service experience that RVRentaCampervan is renowned for within the camping community.

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Recommended Cammpervan Drives in Adelaide

Adelaide to Ayers Rock:

Driving from the coast through the Outback to Australia’s landmark natural attraction takes at least 20 hours. Stay overnight at a campervan park, such as the ones near the towns of Woomera, Coober Pedy and Marla. Your beautiful journey from Adelaide to Ayers Rock won’t be a boring desert drive as you get to lay back and cruise enjoying the beautiful Australian outback. Stop in Alice Springs to enjoy some of the prettiest landscape that Australia has to offer, head onto The Ghan, and drive through the barren land known as the Outback. Watch out for animal crossings though, nothing will ruin your day more than a kangaroo through the windshield. Stops are sometimes few and far between so make sure you have plenty of petrol before you start your journey and stop when needed!

Cape Jervis and Kangaroo Island:

Heading south along the Fleurieu Peninsula is the route to Cape Jervis and the Kangaroo Island car ferry departure point. Among eclectic draws, the island boasts magnificent beaches, a penguin colony and Flinders Chase National Park. There are recreational camp sites close to Penneshaw and American River. 108 km south of Adelaide is Cape Jervis, an incredible fishing area for those wanting to lay back and enjoy. If you are not into fishing, come see the lighthouse created in 1871. Maybe not a jump away from Cape Jervis, but a hop and a skip is Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island is a gorgeous place with over 509km of coast line. Think of all the incredible beaches one can relax at. Think of all the wildlife that runs around this magnificent place.

The Great Ocean Road:

This coastal route from Adelaide to Melbourne is almost 1,000kms long and passes Grampians National Park, appealing Koroit, the Otway Hills and the fabulous beach at Apollo Bay. Overnight stops can be made at Coonawarra and Port Fairy. This coastal route from Adelaide to Melbourne is almost 1,000kms long and passes Grampians National Park, appealing Koroit, the Otway Hills and the fabulous beach at Apollo Bay. Overnight stops can be made at Coonawarra and Port Fairy. Considered one of the world’s most scenic drives, as you wind and drive among the hills and beaches, you’ll experience an abundance of different landscapes. Each landscape as fascinating as the last and leaving you astounded at every turn. Stop and surf at some of the many beaches, stop and admire the many different animals that inhabit each area, take the ocean walk in national parks, or stop and try some of the world famous wines in the Geelong and Henty wine regions along your journey.

Rental RV Driving Tips
Road network:

Adelaide and its environs have a fine highway infrastructure which is a pleasure to drive on. Off-the-beaten track locations might require some driving on unpaved road surfaces. Petrol stations are rare in these places and it is a good idea to make sure the tank is full.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph.
Provincial highways: 80kph.
State roads and highways: 100kph.

Alcohol limits:

Random breath-tests ensure a 0.5 per cent limit is strictly enforced.


In Australia, motorists drive on the left side of the road. Roads and standards of driving are good. Breakdown companies offer cover, but not in isolated locations. Driving while using a mobile phone is illegal.

Mobile Home Options Available in Adelaide

RVRentaCampervan provides the latest in fully equipped camping rental, including Britz and Apollo Hitops, from depots on Sir Donald Bradman Drive or at Adelaide Airport. Our competitive prices for motorhome hire in Adelaide means we find you the best deal.

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