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motorhome hire CairnsThe gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is a great place to tour independently with a camper. Getting out on the road is a fantastic way to explore the city’s surrounding rain forest and wine region.

This cosmopolitan city sees a lot of tourists, many who go on self-tours with a hired motorhome, with a great selection of models available. Auto Campervan rental in Cairns is a popular way to visit Daintree National Park, the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and Cape Tribulation as well as Cape York Peninsula.

RVRentaCamperVan is a name that you can trust, we are renowned for our high level of customer service and expertise in the camping holiday arena. When you book with us you will be impressed with our professionalism and expertise.

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Recommended Touring Van Routes in Cairns

Rainforest tours:

The rainforest is a main tourist draw to the area, and campervan rental is an ideal way to explore the nearby World Heritage national parks and witness their fantastic wildlife. Kuranda Rainforest Accommodation Park, Flying Fish Point Caravan Park and others are great places to stop and rest.

Bruce Highway:

A stunning drive along the coast, south to Brisbane, with many picturesque seaside towns and villages to stop at along the way. Discover the rainforest from Fishery Falls Holiday Park or the beaches via Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park.

Outback drive:

From Cairns, travel west to the village of Forsayth, where you can see the Chillagoe Caves and the Undara Lava Tubes. Some drivers even go as far as the village of Karumba, along the Arafura Sea. Mount Garnet Caravan Park can be found en route, while Forsayth Van Park is within the village, where other motorhome parks can also be found.

Driving Essentials
Road network:

The Bruce Highway is an excellent sealed motorway with many roads running off it and leading to beaches along the coast as well as into the Outback. Petrol stations are easy to find in Cairns.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph unless shown otherwise
Provincial roads and highways: 100kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent. Random tests done along all routes; fines and possible court appearance for offenders.


Driving is on the left-hand side, with road signs stated in kilometres. Roads are good condition. RACQ is the motoring group servicing Queensland. Turning left at a red light is prohibited.

RVRentaCampervan Comparing Camper Vans Prices

RVRentACampervan have consolidated the most cost-effective motorhome hire in Cairns, which can be arranged for pick up at Cairns Airport or in the city centre. Campings vans and cars available for hire and include Hippie Camper, station wagon and Breezer models, among others.

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