Our Campervan Hire Adelaide depot is conveniently located only a short distance from the Adelaide International and Domestic Airport at Excel Network Rent a Car
18 Main Terrace, Richmond, Adelaide, SA 5033 (map)
We have six different motorhome and campervan models to choose from. At the budget end is our 3 person Jade camper (it's the cheapest campervan rental in Adlaide). For more space and a newer model we offer the Paradise 5 person campervan with shower and toilet. See our full range of Adelaide campervan hire models.
All our campervan rental models come with cooking equipment and bedding, automatic road toll payment, 24 hour roadside assistance and full insurance with a low $500 excess. Compare this to other Adelaide Campervan Hire companies who have an excess of up to $8,000 and charge extra for full insurance. We don't charge daily fees for additional drivers, foreign drivers licenses and young drivers. If you book directly through us, we guarantee to match any price.
Adelaide is a city known for its festivals, arts, fine architecture, live music and museums. North Terrace is the cultural heart of Adelaide where you can take in the South Australia Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Migration Museum, the State Library and war memorials all on foot. Nearby Elder Park on the Banks of River Torrens offers bikes and paddle-boats for hire. Cross the river to Adelaide Oval and catch a game of cricket in summer or take a tour. Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institue is dedicated to visual and performing arts. Around the corner you can browse Rundle Street’s boutiques.
10 minutes walk (or a quick tram ride away) is Adelaide Central Market – a bounty of fresh produce for the sampling. If you’re feeling puckish, Rundle Street and Gouger Street are two of Adelaide’s restaurant strips.
Catch the tram to Glenelg Beach to explore the jetty, relax on the beach, or join a tour to swim with the dolphins.
Further east is historic Port Adelaide where you can learn about the city’s history and join a river cruise to see the dolphin sanctuary.
There are two key road trips from Adelaide, the coastal Adelaide to Melbourne Drive (10 days recommended) and the inland Adelaide to Sydney drive across the outback (10 - 14 days recommended). Following is a summary of each.
Distance: 1,154 km (detouring to include the Grampians)
Drive Time: 14 hr 30 min
Day 1: McLaren Vale | Onkaparinga National Park
Day 2: Deep Creek Conservation Park
Day 3 & 4: Kangaroo Island
Day 5: Fleurieu Peninsula | Coorong National Park
Day 6: Naracoorte Caves (3,500 year old world-heritage-listed fossils) | Coonwawarra Wines
Day 7 & 8: Grampians National Park
Day 9 & 10: The Great Ocean Road to Melbourne.
The full Adelaide to Melbourne Drive itinerary.
Distance: 2,200 km Day 1: Barossa Valley Wine Tasting The full Adelaide to Sydney drive is organised as a Sydney to Adelaide drive so you'll need to reverse it.
Adelaide to Sydney Outback Drive
Drive Time: 35 hrs
Day 2: Mildura and the Murray River
Day 3: Mungo National Park
Day 4: Menindee Lakes | Kinchega National Park
Day 5: Broken Hill
Day 6: (optional detour) Mutawintji National Park
Day 7: Parkes
Day 8: Hill end | Taronga Western Plains Zoo (open enclosures make it more of a "Zoofari")
Day 9 & 10: The Blue Mountains to Sydney
Distance: 2,200 km
Day 1: Barossa Valley Wine Tasting
The full Adelaide to Sydney drive is organised as a Sydney to Adelaide drive so you'll need to reverse it.
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