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Sydney is arguably the world’s most famous and most popular harbour city ― loved by tourists of all ages. With over 50 beaches, Sydney caters well to both city life and leisure. Having your own transport in the form of a campervan rental will help you make the most of your trip here.

While there is more than enough to do in Sydney’s CBD and its beach suburbs, the city is surrounded by famous national parks and vast outdoor areas that can be driven to and stayed at. The highways and freeways that run out of the city allow you to access anywhere in New South Wales.

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Motorhome Touring Itineraries for Sydney

Blue Mountains:

Drive along the Bell’s Line to the Blue Mountains and the Western Plains. To get into the Blue Mountains, one must drive an hour to the entrance at Glenbrook/Lapstone along the M4 Motorway. People will also take the Bell’s Line of Road from Richmond for a more scenic route to and through the Blue Mountains. A series of day walks can be enjoyed around Katoomba, with the Jenolan Caves providing an additional option if you have time to spare. Katoomba is home to a campervan park while Blackheath plays host to two camper sites. The Blue Mountains are home to places like The Three Sisters sandstone rocks, which are notably the most famous in the Blue Mountains. Aside from the mountain chain itself, a vast history is also present with the aboriginal people who came from the area years ago known as the Gundungurra people. Don’t forget to stop and see the Kings Tableland Aboriginal Site which dates back 22,000 years ago.

Bathurst:

Escape the CBD and Sydney’s suburbs in order to visit the likes of Orange and Mount Panorama, where wine valleys are common and some orchards allow you to pick your own apples, pears and chestnuts. Motorhome accommodation is available in Kelso and Bathurst. The oldest inland settlement in Australia is 200 kilometres (120 mi) west of Sydney and is around a 2 and a half hour drive. Stop and see the Tablelands areas and Bathurst Basin. However, the most important place to see when visiting Bathurst or being near it is the Great Dividing Range which is located 30 km east. The Great Dividing Range is the third longest land based range in the entire world and is also Australia’s most infamous! It actually runs along the entire eastern coast line.

Grand Pacific Drive:

Some of the most amazing scenery in New South Wales can be enjoyed by heading 140kms out of Sydney. The Grand Pacific Drive’s location is 45 minutes south of Sydney’s airport and goes through cities like Shellharbour before ending in the Shoalhaven region. Campervan sites can be found in the likes of Bateman’s Bay, Wollongong and Shaolhaven. Starting in Royal National Park it journeys through places like Wollongong and offers spectacular and completely unique views like the Sea Cliff Bridge that offers views of the ocean like you have never seen before. Many of those making this journey will stop in places like the Minnamurra Rainforest, Royal National Park, and walk among the flowers on the Illawarra coastline. Don’t forget to stop and see Jervis Bay and do some Dolphin and Whale watching! This is a journey many people will also do by bicycle due to wanting to take in the atmosphere and the views, so it should be noted to take this drive nice and slow!

Driving Limits for Rental RV
Road network:

Sydney and New South Wales as a whole boast excellent networks of highways and roads. As it is the largest city in the country, home to at least four and a half million inhabitants, traffic can be an issue, although finding petrol stations isn’t a problem.

Speed limits:

Urban roads:50kph unless specified
Provincial roads:100kph
National roads and motorways:110kph

Alcohol limits:

0.05 per cent, with roads regularly policed and heavy fines for drunk-drivers.

Safety:

Driving is on the left-hand side, with roads in good condition and the AA responding quickly. Using a mobile phone while driving is prohibited.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Sydney, Australia

RVRentaCampervan have compiled the best deals on camping van hire in Sydney by comparing rental in the city. Pick ups are available from major parts of the metropolitan area like the CBD, Kings Cross, Bondi, Coogee, Potts Point and Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. Kea, Bobo and Maui models of motorhome are readily available.


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