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Devonport in the stunning island state of Tasmania, noted for its unpolluted air, stunning views and rocky coastlines, is a great place to explore on your own. The roads are excellent, making a camper touring holiday highly recommended for visiting the rainforests, mountains and rugged landscapes throughout the island.

Tasmania is not as well travelled as the rest of the country but a self-drive tour from Devonport will no doubt end in a rewarding experience. There are numerous RV sites and an abundant selection of campervans for hire in Devonport.

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Recommended campervan drives in Devonport

Wine tour:

The wine country near Devonport is less rugged than much of the island and known for its fantastic wines and stunning beaches. Freycinet National Park is a popular stop on a wine tour, with Illuka Caravan Park catering to overnighters. North along the coast you can witness a stunning coastline and stay overnight in St Helens at Cove Hill Caravan Park, among other parks.

Cradle Mountain National Park:

Is actually two parks consisting of spectacular mountains and lakes. RVs have access through the centre of the park and can explore its wilderness from here. Stay overnight in Gowrie Park Wilderness Village or Discovery Holiday Park.

Bass Strait coast:

Runs from Devonport west to the northwest tip at Marrawah. Explore the stunning coast and witness its beaches while passing by Sawyer Bay and Perkins Bay. There are plenty of places to stay overnight in a campervan, such as Boat Harbour Beach Holiday Park and Stanley Cabin & Tourist Park.

Driving a rental RV in Devonport

Road network:

A great network of roads makes self-driving the preferred way to get around. All roads are well marked, with attractions clearly signposted. Petrol stations are easy to source around Devonport.

Speed limits:

Urban roads: 50kph where there is no signpost indicating otherwise
Provincial Roads: 60kph
National roads and highways: 100kph

Alcohol limits:

0.5 per cent. Most routes are regularly patrolled and random drug testing is performed.


Tasmanians drive on the left-hand side. Roads are sealed and in good condition. RACT is the local motoring group and has a good response rate. Seat belts are a must for both drivers and passengers.

Cost of fuel:

High because fuel must be imported to the island.

Compare motorhome hire in Devonport, Australia

We have consolidated a list of the best campervan rentals available from well-known companies. Choose from family Motorhome to two-person sleeper RVs, with models such as Hiace, Tourer and Ducato, among others, available. Pickup your RV from city centre or at Devonport Airport.

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