Campervan Hire from Brisbane
Located as a central point on the east coast of Australia, Brisbane is a very useful destination for campervan hire holidays as both a starting and finishing destination point. With Melbourne and Sydney to the south and Cairns located in the north, there are also many one-way trips to and from Brisbane that can be explored, as well as round trip itineraries.
Travelling the east coast of Australia in a Brisbane campervan hire allows visitors to experience many varied sceneries including beach towns, rainforests, sand islands and coral reef. Brisbane is a destination that allows you to build a great holiday itinerary for a road trip along the coast or to the outback.
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Brisbane Campervan Hire Prices and Vehicles
Prices for a campervan hire from Brisbane vary depending on the length of the rental and the type of camper van you are looking at hiring. The price in low season can be from as little as $49/day (or under) for a simple 2 berth campervan and ranges upwards for better and bigger motorhome style vehicles. The only real way to find a vehicle that suits you is too use the reservation box above to select dates and view the vehicles and prices that are returned.
It is important to remember that prices for motorhome and campervan hire Brisbane vary according to seasons. High season is generally over school holidays, Easter and Christmas periods. Low season being outside school holidays and in the winter months.
Campervan Hire in Brisbane
The campervan companies located in Brisbane are mostly gathered close to the Airport. The depots for the campervan brands are:
- Britz 87 Bancroft Rd Pinkenba Qld 4008
- Maui 87 Bancroft Rd Pinkenba Qld 4008
- Mighty 87 Bancroft Rd Pinkenba Qld 4008
- Apollo 733A Nudgee Road Northgate Qld 4013
- Cheapa 733A Nudgee Road Northgate Qld 4013
- Starrv 733A Nudgee Road Northgate Qld 4013
- Cruisin 37 French Street Eagle Farm Qld 4009
- Gocheap 37 French Street Eagle Farm Qld 4009
- Jucy 771 Kingsford Smith Drive Eagle Farm Qld 4009
- Traveller 360 Nudgee Road Hendra Qld 4011
- Spaceships 31-37 Bunya St Eagle Farm Qld 4009
- Letsgo 80 Basalt Street Geebung Qld 4034
Facilities near Brisbane Airport
There are plenty of petrol stations and grocery stores close to the various depots. The best way to find them is to download the Discovery Road Trip App onto your phone. The app will make finding caravan parks, petrol stations, dump points, grocery stores etc. all very easy. It can be found in the app stores and we send links to the app out on confirmation emails. It is worth downloading the app and exploring it prior to your holiday.
Be Prepared With the Essential Campers Guide
Before you set off on your Brisbane campervan hire holiday be sure to give our ‘Essential Campers Guide’ a read, it has everything from pre-departure planning to basic info on Aussie fauna and flora.
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No matter the season you choose for your Brisbane campervan holiday, each one offers its own unique charm and experiences. Embrace the ever-changing weather and let it guide you on a captivating adventure through Brisbane's diverse landscapes and captivating attractions.
Spring in Brisbane: A Blossoming Adventure
As spring (September to November) graces Brisbane, the city bursts into vibrant life. Flowers bloom in a riot of colours, painting the landscape with nature's artwork. The weather becomes pleasantly mild, with average temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F), making it an ideal time to explore the city's urban delights or venture to the nearby beach towns. Embrace the rejuvenating energy of spring as you set out on your campervan journey, taking in the picturesque sights and embracing the promise of new beginnings.
Summer Escapades in Brisbane: Sun, Surf, and Celebration
Summer (December to February) in Brisbane is a season of pure delight. Golden sunshine bathes the city, inviting you to relish lazy days on sandy shores and indulge in the laid-back coastal culture. Dive into the inviting waters, surf the waves, and enjoy the bustling beach scene. The festive spirit takes hold as the city comes alive with events and celebrations. With average temperatures ranging from 21°C to 29°C (70°F to 84°F), it's the perfect time to immerse yourself in local culture while embarking on your campervan adventure.
Autumn Tranquility: A Time for Exploration
As the heat of summer subsides, autumn (March to May) paints Brisbane with a warm and inviting charm. The city's parks and gardens transform into a palette of red, gold, and orange hues, creating a picturesque setting for your campervan exploration. The weather remains pleasantly mild, with average temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F). It's the perfect climate for leisurely drives through the countryside or along the coast. Set out on your journey of discovery, embracing the tranquil ambiance of autumn and savouring every moment of your campervan holiday.
Embracing Brisbane's Winter: A Cozy Escape
Brisbane's winter (June to August) offers a cozy and inviting escape from the chillier regions. While temperatures remain mild, the city's charm takes on a different allure. Enjoy the crisp air as you explore Brisbane's cultural offerings, from art galleries to vibrant markets. Venture into the surrounding outback or embark on coastal adventures, relishing the refreshing breeze and the freedom of the open road. With average temperatures ranging from 11°C to 21°C (52°F to 70°F), Brisbane's winter is a time to savour comfort and culture as you make memories on your campervan journey.
Tour Brisbane and Queensland
Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia and works wonderfully as a holiday destination or as a starting/finishing point for a road trip. The Gold Coast is located an hour south of Brisbane with the Sunshine Coast located to the north… both with golden sandy beaches to enjoy!
The most popular area for tourists in Brisbane is Southbank, with its artificial beach and swimming area nestled within manicured parklands. Southbank is also surrounded by a large selection of restaurants and cafes. While in Brisbane you can visit Mt Coot-tha for a view over Brisbane and out to the sand islands of Moreton Bay.
Located an hour south of Brisbane is the Gold Coast which is a holiday destination for many Australians all year round. The Gold Coast boasts long golden sandy beaches a tropical rainforest hinterland and enough holiday activities to keep anyone busy.
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Two hours north of Brisbane is the Sunshine Coast which is a region that includes the two very popular tourist towns of Noosa and Mooloolaba, along with many smaller towns and beaches for travellers to explore. The Sunshine Coast is a laid back area with plenty of free and paid campgrounds to park up your campervan rental.
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South West of Brisbane you can enjoy the wine district of Stanthorpe that has over fifty wineries. Travelling North West, you can visit Carnarvon Gorge which is very popular bushwalking area. The gorge offers plenty of scenery to enjoy and there are multiple camping places to stay including within the Carnarvon National Park itself. Travelling further west you can explore the Queensland outback starting with Charleville where you will see vast flat plains and bright clear night skies or drop in to Longreach and visit the iconic Stockmans Hall of Fame.
The northern part of Queensland offers travellers a large selection of experiences including tropical forests, tropical islands and The Great Barrier Reef. The trip to north Queensland also takes you past some amazing places including the Whitsunday Islands, Rockhampton and the popular Mackay with its tropical forest backed beaches. .
Cairns is a hot spot for tourists as it is the gateway to the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. There are multiple tropical highlights to explore in North Queensland like Mission Beach, Port Douglas and the world heritage listed Daintree Rainforest. The Daintree is the only place in Australia where tropical rainforests meet coral reefs!
Brisbane is a great place to start your campervan hire!