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Travelling Australia on a budget, 2 Berth & 3 Berth Sleepervans (if you are really good friends) are the most economical way to go. Sleepervans have a flat roof and basic cooking facilities, some vehicles are fitted with roof racks for Surfboards, Bikes and stuff. Some vehicle has a 12v fridge, others only have an ice box.
The Jucy Choppa - Seats and sleeps 4, with roof top tent, price range is generally higher than the standard Sleepervan, East Coast Australia pick up only.
The Spacehip - Seats 4, sleeps 2, plus 2 in a tent. Great value, East Coast pick up only
2/3 Berth Campervans
The 2 and 3 Berth Campervan is a step up from the Sleepervan if you want to travel Australia in reasonable comfort, with fridge, internal kitchen, high top campervan or pop top campervan sleeps 2-3 persons. The Pop-Top is more economical as it has less wind resistance, although not too many of these models still available in OZ.
Nomad Hi-Top Campervan, Cheapa Hi-Top Campervan available Australia Wide, one way rentals available, minimum rental periods apply.
Great Value Inclusive Rates, Camperman Jesse, Camperman Jade, Camperman Juliette, available East Coast pick up only, 10 days minimum rental period.
4/5 Seater Hi-Top Campervan
Great Value Family Campervans for 2 adults, 2 children or 4 adults with tent included. Fitted with anchor points to secure child seats behind the driver, passenger seats. Internal kitchen, Air Conditioning in the front cabin whilst driving only. Some fitted with an awning at the side.
Economy 4 Berth Micro Motorhome
For those who want Shower/Toilet facilities, great for 2 persons travelling. Usually have Front/Rear Air Conditioning, not a walk thru vehicle.
Great value for 4 persons who want Shower/Toilet facilities on a budget.
2 Berth Shower/Toilet Campervan
Very popular vehicle in Australia, with Front/Rear Air Conditioning, Shower/Toilet facilities, some with TV/DVD, Microwave, double bed drops down and converts to a double bed. Easy to drive, good fuel consumption.
4 Berth Motorhome
For those who like comfort and space and 2 double beds, Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, usually with shower/toilet, TV/DVD, Microwave. Luxury for 2 persons travelling, great for 4 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children. Wide variety of models throughout Australia and Tasmania.
6 Berth Motorhome
For 2 travellers who really like to treat themselves, 3 double beds, Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, usually with TV/DVD, Microwave. Sleeps 2-6 persons in comfort. Wide Variety of models available throughout Australia and Tasmania.
2 berth 4wd Bushcamper
The Pop-Top Campa for 2 adventurers is great for an Australian offroad experience. Some models fitted with a side awning, outdoor gas cooker, solar shower, some have reverse cycle air conditioning . Easy pop up roof and great fuel economy. Vehicles include an Outback Safety Kit.
4wd 2/3 Berth Hi-Top Bushcamper
The Bushcamper has a turbo diesel engine, plenty of power for those tricky bits, great for 2 adults, tight for 3 adults travelling in the front as the gear stick is right between the legs of the passenger in the middle. Sleeps 3 persons. Australian Legislation does not permit Children under the age of 8 yrs to travel in the front of this vehicle. Available Australia Wide. Vehicles include an Outback Safety Kit.
Roof Top Bush Camper
Great for a family of 4 or 4 adults travelling, those who prefer the idea of the outback experience, providing they can sleep up off the ground under the great Australian sky. Very popular with overseas travellers looking for 4x4 safety and convenience, these vehicles book out months in advance, advance bookings a necessity. Vehicles include an Outback Safety Kit.
4wd Vehicle with Camping Equipment.
Another great way to experience the Great Australian Outback, for 2-5 persons travelling. The 4wd, usually a Toyota Landcruiser Wagon or Nissan Patrol is equipped with Ground Tents, Stretchers, Ground Mats and Bedding. Comfortable for children travelling. Vehicles include an Outback Safety Kit. Demand is high on these vehicles during the Dry Season beginning July 1st, in Outback Australia.