Campervan Hire Darwin

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The gateway to the Northern Territory, Darwin is accessible from all Australian state capitals. It is a great place to start a self-tour, visiting the sea, the tropics and the Outback. Campervan rental in Darwin is a rewarding way to explore Australia’s ‘Top End’ and witness its picturesque scenery.

Although this area of Australia is less travelled, it provides visitors with spectacular landscapes, vibrant wildlife and good beaches. Self-drive is one of the best ways to tour the Northern Territory, especially if heading towards the Outback or the many national parks and reserves.

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Recommended Camper Tours

Ayers Rock:

This is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations and can be reached by driving south from Darwin, across much of the Northern Territory. Stop at Katherine, Tennant Creek or Alice Springs to overnight in camps such as Shady Lane Tourist Park and Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park, among others.

National park tour:

Kakadu National Park and Litchfield National Park offer drivers the chance to witness waterfalls, rivers and natural beauty. Attractions in these parks are spread out and best explored from campervan parks such as Kakadu Gateway Caravan Park and Litchfield Safari Camp.

Great Northern Highway:

Stretching from Darwin west into the northern region of Western Australia, this drive allows travellers to witness the Outback at its best. Rest in camps such as Manbulloo Homestead Caravan Park and Timber Creek Wayside Inn along the way.

Driving Need to Know
Road network:

A great network of roads leads through the tropics, the desert and the lush national parks. Petrol stations are easily located around Darwin but are scarce in rural Northern Territory.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph where there is no signpost indicating otherwise
Provincial Roads: 100kph
National roads and highways: 100-130kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent. Breath-tests are common along major routes, with average fines for offenders.


Traffic drives on the left. Roads are in good condition, with 24-hour assistance through AANT. Be cautious of animals while driving and avoid driving at night.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Darwin, Australia

Companies such as Travel Wheels, Spaceships, Back Packer and Britz provide campervan hire in Darwin. Pick your RV vehicle up in the downtown area or at Darwin International Airport. RVRentaCampervan have consolidated the best deals from well-known names to offer you the best rates available.

Read our blog on one of the many options available in Australia’s Northern Territory Darwin to Alice Springs.

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