Cheap Campervan Hire Alice Springs

Camping Van Renting Options
motorhome hire Alice Springs

Although Alice Springs is a large city, it retains a traditional atmosphere. It is a great base for exploring the Outback and the Red Centre of Australia. Owing to Alice Springs’ proximity to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and other unique landscapes, it is on the tourist route and sees countless visitors every year.

The easiest travel option is a with a self-drive touring van or car . This provides the freedom to go more or less anywhere and there is no problem finding accommodation. People who have rented self-drive campervans and used the many camp grounds in the region always say it was a great choice.

Weather Information

Check latest weather information from here…[forecast location=”Alice Springs,Australia” caption=”Weather for Alice Springs, Australia” measurement=’c’ todaylabel=”Today” datelabel=”date(‘d-m-y’)” highlow=’%%high%%°/%%low%%°’ numdays=”6″ iconset=”Incredible” ]

Recommended Motorhone Driving Routes in Alice Springs

Alice Springs to Ayers Rock:

The 500km drive through desert terrain to the massive monolith could be done in a day, but those with campervans hire in Alice Springs are able to make stops at Imanpa or take a side trip to the campsite at Watarrka National Park.

Alice Springs to Darwin:

Taking this route through the Northern Territory north to Darwin takes several days. It passes desert scenes and provides travellers with the chance to visit Devils Marbles, the old gold rush town of Tennant Creek and Mataranka. There are lots of campervan sites en route including Barrow Creek and Katherine Gorge.

Alice Springs to Adelaide:

Driving south to the capital of South Australia offers glimpses of the Outback and wildlife including the ubiquitous Australian kangaroos. Overnight stops include Coober Pedy, Woomera and Port Augusta.

Driving a rental RV in Alice Springs

Road network:

The Stuart Highway links Alice Springs to Darwin and Port Augusta, and gives access to roads linking major tourist locations in the region. Some of the minor roads are unpaved and have few petrol stations.

Speed limits:

City roads: 50kph.
Provincial routes: 80kph.
State highways: 110kph.

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent. Police are empowered to conduct random breath-tests.

Safety:

In Australia, driving is on the left and motorists are generally considerate and obey traffic laws. It is illegal to drive at the same time as using a mobile phone. Breakdown companies cover the main highways.

Compare Motorhome hire in Alice Springs

A long history of providing campervan rentals in Alice Springs has given us a certain expertise. We are able to rent top-of-the range Britz and Apollo campervans at locations such as the Stuart Highway and Alice Springs city centre.


View Larger Map

  • Share Your Experience
    Submit your review
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    Submit
         
    Cancel

    Create your own review

    Average rating:  
     0 reviews
    Rent a Campervan Blog

    ...

    Some of those campsites are mainly for those who are tent camping, but you will find that there are plenty of places for you to park yo...

  • RV Rental & CamperVan Suppliers