Cheap Campervan Rental Adelaide
A Start To Your Great Coastline Campervan Holiday
If you hire our campervan from Adelaide and only have a limited amount of time, why not check out the amazing wine regions that South Australia offers? There are nine distinct wine regions within an hour and a half of the Adelaide city centre - Barossa and Eden Valley, Adelaide Plains, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Southern Fleurieu, Currency Creek, Langhorne Creek and Clare Valley.
Or you can drive a couple hours south and take your Adelaide campervan with you to Kangaroo Island for a unique wildlife and camping experience. One-way roadtrips are available to over 15 locations around Australia. If you have a week or two’s grace; grab your surfboard, camera, some fine wine and campout along the magnificent Great Ocean Road. Or if you want to experience the outback, drive up north to Alice Springs, stopping at Lake Eyre an extensive 'salt sink' that rarely fills to capacity; and Australia’s Red Centre featuring Uluru, Kings Canyon and The Olgas. Avid golfers can drive across The Nullarbor to Perth and play the longest golf course in the world, The Nullarbor Links.
Situated along the coastline of Gulf St Vincent, Adelaide's beach districts stretch out over an area that's almost thirty kilometres long. That's a lot of sand for you to play on. The best and cheapest way to explore them all is in a Drive Beyond campervan. We assure that you will save your money more on other important stuff like beers rather than paying for expensive accommodation.
Campervan Option South Australia
South Australia, the “Festival State”, is an orchestration of contrasts: from the craggy, isolated Flinders Ranges in the north to the gentle, rolling Mount Lofty Ranges, the backdrop to Adelaide; from the rugged, breathtaking Eyre Peninsula to the quiet, golden beaches of St Vincent and Spencer Gulfs. From Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, a popular holiday resort whose streams and surrounding ocean teem with fish. Also nearby is Barossa Valley, an early German settlement transformed into acres of vineyards and traditional wineries. To the north is the vas hinterland, sparsely populated outback country with rugged ranges and immense deserts.
Welcome to the capital city of South Australia! While you are on your campervan trip in Adelaide, you might as well experience the beauty of the city; King William Street famous for its two clock towers, one on the Adelaide Town Hall and the other on the GPO opposite. Other attractions like Victoria square, the Central Market in Grote Street, Rundle Mall and Hindley Street or well known as “Little Europe”.
Adelaide’s silver beaches, which run the length of St Vincent Gulf’s shores, are among the most tranquil in Australia. Stretching for some 32 kilometres, they are noted for their breadth and for their excellent swimming and boating facilities. All offer suburban seaside resorts within half an hour’s travelling by your campervan from the city. Perhaps the most notable seaside suburbs are Glenelg, Grange and Henley Beach.