Motorhome Holiday.from $1,159.00room
Various Dates | 7 Nights Motorhome hire
Looking for a self-drive holiday with total freedom and flexibility? A motorhome rental is just what you need!
Create your own itinerary and adventure to some of the best campsites around Australia and even discover places you’ve never been to within your own state.
Once we receive your enquiry, our team of specialists will search and compare the right motorhome to bring you the best option possible for your needs.
2 x double
Kitchen, shower, toilet, water tank, waste tank
Air conditioning, heating, child seats mountable (not included)
The Great Ocean Road. Victoria
It would be remiss of us not to mention this World Heritage listed road trip! Stretching more than 243 kms along the South-Eastern coast of Australia, this coastal drive traverses lush rainforests, iconic surf breaks and breathtaking mountain formations.
The Gipp River Road, Western Australia
If you prefer to take your driving adventures off-road, this is the trip for you. The 700 km 4WD track will take you past The Kimberlies region’s famous gorges and epic cattle station in an unforgettable outback odyssey.
The Great Barrier Reef Drive, Queensland
The 150 km journey from Cairns to Cape Tribulation is one you’re not likely to ever forget. It sees you go from cities to jungles to beaches, stopping for plenty of photo opportunities along the way!
Red Centre Way, NT
Take in the best the red outback has to offer on this six-day drive from Alice Springs to Uluru. From the dusty plains and towering gorges to the cultural Indigenous sights, there’s no shortage of things to marvel at.
The 75 Mile Beach Road, Fraser Island, Queensland
Spanning most of the east coast of Fraser Island, this mostly smooth sand road has a few unexpected bumps along the way — it’s all part of the fun!
The Nullarbor, South Australia
It may not win the award for most scenic drive, but this 1200 km journey is an Australian right of passage. While, there’s something so mesmerising about the vast and treeless plains, it’s not completely barren — there’s plenty of unique rock formations and outback wildlife (think dingos and emus) to gawk at.
The Grand Pacific Drive, NSW
If you’re after something a little shorter but still equally impressive, give this road trip a go. The 3-hour coastal drive sees you go from the outskirts of Sydney to the pristine white sand beaches of the South Coast. From the Kiama blowhole to the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge, there are plenty of reasons to stop along the way.
Great Alpine Road, Victoria
Australia’s highest accessible sealed road is the perfect vantage point for mesmerising valleys, mountain ranges and sparkling lakes. Victoria’s highest alpine village, Mt. Hotham, is a must-visit on this 500 km road trip.
The Legendary Pacific Coast Drive
You could take an hour’s flight from Sydney to Brisbane — but where’s the fun in that? Stretching 900kms along the Pacific Coast corridor, this road trip takes you past stunning beaches, rolling green hinterland and picturesque seaside towns.
The Savannah Way
Linking Cairns in tropical North Queensland with Broome in Western Australia, The Savannah Way is well worth the 3700 km drive. Spanning 15 national parks and 5 world heritage listed areas, you’ll witness some of the country’s most spectacular natural wonders.
The Outback Way
Known as Australia’s longest shortcut, this 2700 km route snakes from Laverton, Western Australia to Winton, Queensland, via the Northern Territory’s Red Centre. From shimmering canyons to weathered ranges and, of course, Uluru, this is one detour that’s definitely worth taking.
The Alpine Way, NSW
It’s not all about the beaches and deserts. This well-worn, 121 km track through Kosciuszko National Park offers some of the country’s most picturesque mountain views. Snow can be seen from winter through to spring, so plan your trip accordingly.
The Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
Seafood lovers can’t go past this this trip along the stunning South Australian coastline. Known as the ‘Seafood Frontier’, you’ll want to allow plenty of time for this 727 km journey so you can sample some of the country’s freshest culinary delights.
Cairns to Cape York, Queensland
Creep your way up the north tip of Queensland, starting off in Cairns and winding through Palm Cove, Port Douglas and the almighty Daintree National Park. Then comes the real adventure; hop onto the 81 to Cape York and prepare to get in touch with real outback Australia.
Old Grafton Road, New South Wales
Ideal for the history buff, this remote track in regional New South Wales takes in the deserted town of Dalmortan, and the surrounding gold rush-era homesteads. Prior to the creation of the Gwydir Highway back in 1962, this road was the only way to get from the mountains out to the coast and will today take you four hours.
Circle Tasmania, Tasmania
Why not have a crack at taking in the best of the island state? The six-day trek will see you begin in Hobart and wind your way back through the east coast, the wild west and landmarks Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain and the Bay of Fires.
The Pilbara, Western Australia
The billion-year-old Pilbara region is well worth a visit at some point, if only for the Instagram potential alone. The best method is to depart Port Hedland and head south through Marble Bar and Newman, Karijini and Tom Price to Point Samson. Expect waterfalls, swimming hols, and gorges galore.
Great Beach Drive, Queensland
One for the beach addicts, The Great Beach Drive traverses the Queensland coastline. The trip is a 380 kilometre stretch the joins together the resort hub of the Sunshine Coast through Fraser Island and the rather untouched Fraser Coast further north.
Broome to Perth, Western Australia
This is the kind of trip where you need to bring a camera along, thanks to the sheer number of stunning natural landmarks across the stretch. From Cable Beach head south along the coast, through the Pinnacles Desert, the Karijini National Park and the must-visit natural wonder of Ningaloo Reef.
Brisbane to Cairns, Queensland
Continue along the Great Beach Drive to the delights of Far North Queensland. You’ll take in Bundaberg, Yeppoon, and Airlie Beach, then there’s Bowen, and Yeppoon, but most importantly Mission Beach, which is well worth a stop for a dip.
Hobart to Freycinet, Tasmania
The Apple Isle is calling! Make your way from the capital to its most adored landmarks on this trek that takes you from historic Hobart through Great Oyster Bay, Maria Island and past Coles Bay. It’s just past there you will discover magical Freycinet and its national park.
*Terms & Conditions Apply. Offer is limited, subject to availability and change without notice. Promotion is correct and valid at the time of publication. Travelfix and supplier full booking terms and conditions apply. Valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offer (unless stated). All prices are in Australian Dollars.
Prices and conditions may vary and will be confirmed at time of booking request, subject to supplier availability.
The actual vehicle you receive may vary according to year of manufacture, layout and availability but your vehicle will be suitable for the number of travellers and have features that are equivalent to those listed.
Please ensure you present a copy of your voucher upon collection.
We highly recommend all booking details and terms and conditions are reviewed prior to collection.
The main driver must hold a full driver’s licence (no provisional permitted) as well as a credit card under the same name at time of collection.
Please note supplier excess/bond amount may be frozen or debited at time of collection. Most suppliers don’t accept debit cards for security deposits, please refer to the supplier terms and conditions link for further information.
base rental, 8 days
unlimited Km included
third party liability
comprehensive insurance cover with excess
bond/excess (per incident): AUD 5000
no additional drivers
Linen and bedding equipment
Tablet with GPS
Taxes and Fees
10% value added tax (VAT)
3% administration fees