Pick up your campervan rental and explore one of these top destinations

By Australia / Las Vegas / New Zealand / North Island / Northern Territory / United States /

At any given time, DriveNow has an extensive list of bargain campervan rental deals. As the company continues to expand its influence worldwide, we’re able to offer more great motorhome and campervan rental deals than ever before.

The latest development includes DriveNow becoming the new sales and operational partner for motorhome and campervan rental company, Camper Travel. Essentially, DriveNow will handle and process all of Camper Travel’s bookings.

This means you can comfortably book and pick up your campervan rental from one of these destinations and trust that DriveNow has it covered. While you’re travelling in one of our most destination countries, we suggest you enjoy one of these road trips.

Australia – Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a fantastic place for travellers to head with their campervans. This world-class national park boasts an abundance of wildlife, pristine wetlands, protected Aboriginal art sites and spectacular waterfalls. There’s little wonder why it has earned itself a spot on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. You’ll find it to be very camper-friendly, with many camping areas scattered throughout the park and close to natural attractions.

New Zealand – North Island

You could easily spend weeks traversing the natural wonders of New Zealand’s gorgeous North Island. Many people who are travelling to New Zealand overlook the North Island for the South. But this amazing part of the world treats your to active volcanoes, top quality wineries and sandy beaches. Pick up your rental in Auckland, explore the city and make sure you add to your itinerary places like Rotorua, the Bay of Plenty and Hobbiton (also known as ‘the Shire’ on the Lord of the Rings). Thrill-seekers may even decide to add death-defying activities like skydiving to their list at Taupo.

Don’t forget there are plenty of fantastic car rental deals available through DriveNow. Choose one and explore a place like North America.

USA – Las Vegas to Grand Canyon

If you’re up for an epic drive, say about 1,500 km, then we say look no further than a Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon road trip. From exploring the bright lights of Sin City to hiking through the desert wildnerness, this type of trip will allow you to explore something different at every turn. Witness the crazy rock formations at Valley of Fire State Park. Jump on board a boat to see the beautiful Lake Mead. Of course, take the Historic Route 66 to arrive at the Grand Canyon’s south rim, where the hiking tours begin!


DriveNow’s new rental vehicle excess insurance giving you more choice

By Australia / Christchurch / Great Ocean Road / New Zealand / United States / Victoria /

Rental vehicle excess insurance is a great option for many people who are choosing a self-drive holiday. Driving holidays are becoming more and more popular both in Australia and overseas. That’s why DriveNow has partnered with Hiccup Insurance to give customers the option of taking out affordable new product for rental vehicle excess insurance.

It’s for anyone who is hiring a car in Australia, and also Australians who are travelling overseas.

Check out some of the rental vehicle excess insurance deals that you can pre-purchase. There’s also the options of buying excess reduction when you arrive to pick up your car! Or you can stick to the standard insurance policy and not take out additional cover.

There’s an option for everybody, so check out these destinations where we recommend a self-drive holiday!

New Zealand – Christchurch to Te Anau

The best to see New Zealand’s most impressive terrains is to drive. Pick up your hire vehicle in Christchurch. After a day of sightseeing around the city, make your way to Franz Josef for your first stop. Spend a night or two here so you can trek the famous glacier of the same name. Your next stop includes a visit of Mt Cook village, where spectacular views await. Continue onto Queenstown, which is the South Island’s adventure playground. Whether you want to relax and admire pristine views or do something as daring as skydiving, Queenstown has it all. After a few nights you can head to the famous Milford Sound, where you can visit waterfalls, go trekking and admire wildlife. Next stop is Te Anau, where you can explore the surrounding nature by walks and even see the incredible glowworm caves!

Australia – Great Ocean Road

After picking up your rental vehicle in Melbourne, head west to explore one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. Make Lorne your first stop. From here you can explore the surf beaches at nearby Apollo Bay and Torquay. You can also visit the spectacular Sheok Falls in the Great Otway National Park. Head along the Shipwreck Coast to visit famous sights such as the Twelve Apostles. There are limestome formations like Loch Ard Gorge and the Bay of Islands which are also worth a visit. End in Warrnambool with a history lesson at places like the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum. Throughout this entire trip you can visit scenic towns and lookouts along the way.

USA – Route 66

The good old Route 66 is the USA’s most famous self-drive itinerary, the quintessential American road trip. It often ranks at the top of travellers’ must-do lists. Driving from Chicago to LA will take four days, but there are many stopovers you’ll want to make for at least a day or two. Some of these towns include Holbrook, Arizona where you should spend a night in a tepee. While in Arizona most people also detour to spend a few days exploring the magnificent Grand Canyon. Other great sights to see include Cadillac Ranch in Texas, Santa Monica Pier in California and the Galena Historic District.


It’s not too late to book your last minute New Zealand ski holiday

By New Zealand /

A ski holiday is one of the best ways to spend winter with the family. Most people start to hit the slopes when snow season begins in June. But the great news is you can wait until October to go skiing or snowboarding and the trip is still going to be just as great.

A New Zealand ski holiday offers you postcard views at every turn and terrain for different experience levels.

Check out some of the cheap car rental deals on New Zealand’s north and south islands, then make your way to the slopes.

Mt Hutt, South Island

Mt Hutt is the ideal place to you if you want a laidback skiing holiday. The terrain, which includes 365 hectares of treeless slopes, is best suited to beginners and intermediates. Mt Hutt is usually never too crowded and best of all, it’s just an hour and a half drive from Christchurch.

The Remarkables, South Island

This incredible resort is, quite frankly, remarkable. Whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced skier or snowboarder, the Remarkables has it all. The ski fields are family friendly, so you have childcare options, daily ski schools available as well as bargain family ski gear hire deals at your fingertips.

Whakapapa, North Island

New Zealand’s largest ski area hosts more than 65 trails across more than 1000 hectares. Happy Valley is the best place to learn to ski if you’re a beginner, as it’s far away from the fast-moving skiiers and snowboarders. The volcanic terrain at Whakapapa also gives variety to the runs. For intermediate and advanced skiers, there are many bumps, drops, bowls and chutes to contend with.

Turoa, North Island

On the south-western slopes of Mt Ruapehu is Australasia’s longest vertical descent. It also features New Zealand’s highest lift. There are 25 black and black diamond runs, featuring natural half-pipes and chutes. The terrain is challenging and thrilling – there will never be a dull moment. While beginners can build up their confidence at the Alpine Meadow, right next to the chalet where hot meals and snacks are ready at your convenience.


Cheap one-way rental deals in New Zealand

By New Zealand /

Websites with one-way rental deals are a useful tool for travellers wanting a bargain. Some of the New Zealand one-way deals with DriveNow are almost too good to be true.

You can find some incredible one-way rental deals from as little as $1 a day. The best part is DriveNow updates its list of deals from 9am every morning.

But hurry! You’d better be quick because keen explorers will quickly snap up these one-way rental deals.

Auckland to Christchurch

With all of DriveNow’s deals currently on offer you’ll get between four and seven days. You’ll also receive the first 1350km free. For example, one of the great deals on offer is the Maui Sunset motorhome. It caters for up to four adults and two children. You’ll enjoy a spacious fixed rear bed, large windows and a comfortable eating section. Make sure you travel between 21st and 30th of June.

Christchurch to Auckland

For just $5 a day you can hire a comfortable Britz Vista campervan. The latest deal on DriveNow features three double beds and facilities like a fridge, gas cooker and a hot and cold water shower. It also caters for up to four adults and two children. You can even hire outdoor table and chairs for an extra cost. The Vista is available for between four and seven days and includes 1350km free. Travel dates as June 21-26.

Queenstown to Auckland

Are you thinking of travelling from the adventure capital to Auckland later this month? If you’re willing to travel between the 23rd and the 28th of June then you can find a great hire deal for $5 a day. It’ll buy you a Mighty Big Six, which is full of great features for the travelling family. It has a capacity of four adults and two children. DriveNow will also give you the first 2000km free.

Queenstown to Christchurch

Are you travelling from Queenstown to Christchurch? Hire a Britz Vista for more than three days and take your time getting there. For just $5 each day you won’t mind stopping at various locations, such as the charming historic town of Arrowtown. You’ll also want to add the gorgeous Aoraki Mt Cook National Park to your list of stopovers.


Dunedin: Hit the road and find the best eats

By South Island /

Dunedin is one of the southern hemisphere’s best preserved cities. It features Edwardian and Victorian architecture from the 1800’s Gold Rush. It’s also New Zealand’s oldest university city, which earned it the reputation as the country’s centre of learning.

Is charming scenery and architecture enough to convince you to stop by Dunedin for a trip? If not, then perhaps its superb restaurants and cafes will. It has a wide variety of dining options. You can have a taste of Asia, Europe and even contemporary New Zealand tastes.

Find yourself a cheap car hire deal at Dunedin Airport and hit the road to find these best eateries.

Miga Korean BBQ and Japanese Restaurant

Miga’s philosophy is proudly all about balance. This idea rules all of the cuisine that graces the table, with the chef making sure the different flavours and textures compliment each other perfectly. You’ll have plenty of delicious Korean and Japanese dishes to choose from. The Korean BBQ is sensational with marinated meats to suit every taste bud. Your waiter brings the BBQ right to your table and grills it in front of you, or you can choose to grill it yourself to your liking.

Bacchus Wine Bar and Restaurant

Bacchus is sit in one of the city’s oldest and most historical buildings, the Hectagon. It dates back to the 1880s and its high ceilings and ornate cornices makes Bacchus well worth a visit. It’s the perfect setting as you feast upon some of the finest dishes. Come to Bacchus if you want some fine wine and a delicious grill. For 15 years it has been awarded the ‘NZ Beef and Lamb Hallmark of Excellence’. Hopefully that makes it easier for you to choose what to order!

Etrusco at the Savoy

Etrusco at the Savoy is one of Dunedin’s best Italian restaurants. It’s been running for more than 20 years, earning a reputation as an authentic Italian dining jewel. The family-run pizzeria also offers all of your favourite pastas, breads, antipasto and salads. Of course, there’s gluten free and vegetarian options for people with special requirements. Match any of these traditional dishes with some fine Italian wine and you’ll have yourself a night to remember.

1908 Café Restaurant

Set in the heart of the beautiful Otago Peninsula is the 1908 cafe. Stunning scenery makes dining here such a pleasant experience. Not to mention it’s only a half hour drive from Dunedin. You’ll be able to choose from a wide range of scrumptious, home-cooked meals. 1908 uses seasonal ingredients from across New Zealand and its cooks create every part of your meal from scratch. Denver leg venison and maple syrup lamb shanks are just some of the tempting delights.

No. 7 Balmac

You know the food is good when you see locals filling up every spare chair at a venue. The same can be said about No. 7 Balmac. This neighbourhood restaurant attracts lovers of fresh herbs and veggies, thanks to its chefs hand-picking ingredients from its very own garden. Breakfast treats you to buttermilk pancake with berries, or traditional eggs benedict. You can pick up some delicious wood-grilled meats and burgers in the evenings. The deserts are even more mouth-watering.



Fun Things To Do in Auckland This Easter 2018

By Auckland /

Auckland is definitely worth a decent stopover on your New Zealand adventure this Easter 2018. You’ll soon come to realise the city is unique. Not only is it a world-class city with all the facilities you’d expect in a capital, but it also has natural wonders right on its doorstep.

In a single day you could be climbing the city’s highest tower, exploring wineries and hiking through pristine rainforest.

This alone makes it a great city to base yourself as you explore Auckland’s attractions. All you need to do is find a great hire car deal from Auckland Airport with DriveNow and you’re all set.

Visit Sky tower in Auckland (pictured)

At 328 metres tall, the Sky Tower is an icon of Auckland’s sky line. Tourists who stop in Auckland even for just one day tend to make sure the Sky Tower is at the top of their list. Admire the panoramic 360 degree views of the city and its natural surrounds. You can also enjoy a superb lunch or dinner at the top so you have longer to take in the views. Daredevils can take up the offer to go bungee jumping off the tower. Sky Tower has something for everybody!

Explore wineries at Waiheke Island

All it takes is a 35 minute ferry ride to get from Auckland to Waiheke Island. Travel to this island and you’ll be amazed at the beautiful vineyards and beaches that await. The island is home to more than a dozen high class vineyards. Sample the region’s finest drops as you take in breathtaking views in every direction.

Laze the data away at the West Coast beaches

Auckland’s west is as wild as it is marvellous. You’ll discover remote, untouched beaches that soothe the soul. Piha Beach is popular with surfers and swimmers. Karekare is a great, isolated spot for travellers who are looking for natural beauty. Make sure you take the time to see Karekare Falls while you’re in the area. People also flock to Muriwai for its impressive coastline.

Mount Eden hike

Auckland is home to nearly 50 volcanoes. Many of these have spectacular walking tracks to the top and panoramic views. One of the best short hikes is Mount Eden. At 196 metres high, it’s the city’s highest natural point. Gorgeous views of the city and harbour await.



New Zealand for adventure: 5 unmissable things to do in Picton

By Picton / South Island /

Picton is one of New Zealand’s prettiest port towns. People come here for the picturesque scenery and outdoor activities. It’s the perfect place to base yourself before catching the ferry across to the North Island.

Pick up a cheap car hire deal with DriveNow and add these attractions to your to-do list at Picton.

Dolphin viewing tour from Picton

Marlborough Sounds is just as beautiful as the creatures that live there. Majestic dolphins cruise through the area, delighting tourists with every sighting. You can get up close and personal with the dolphins. Five different species are regularly seen at Marlborough Sounds – the Bottlenose, Common, Dusky, Orca and also the rare Hector’s dolphins.

Take a winery tour

Most people love a trip to a good winery. It’s definitely something you want to do during your stay in Picton. If your driver is a wine lover then it’s easy to join a tour. A guide takes you to one winery after another, explaining the history of the Wairau Valley and the delicious drops that are created here. You can also admire the stunning scenery along the way.

Mountain bike the Queen Charlotte Track

The Queen Charlotte Track is known as one of New Zealand’s best walks. The 70km track has also earned its reputation as a classic mountain bike track. It’s New Zealand’s longest continual single track. Most riders need two days to complete the track comfortably. Some sections are tough and steep, but the gorgeous scenes are well worth the challenge. The track is recommended for intermediate and advanced riders.

Whale Station Experience

The only thing more impressive than witnessing pods of dolphins swimming through pristine waters is whales doing the same thing! Behind your experience at the National Whaling Centre, where you learn about the history of whaling. You then cruise to the Perano Whaling Station, and you may be lucky enough to see these amazing animals along the way. Perano is the only restored station in the country where you can learn about machinery used in the whaling era.

Go kayaking at Marlborough Sound

There’s 1500km of coastline at Marlborough Sound, making it a peaceful wonderland for kayakers. Deep greens and turquoise colours ought ho the water, while there is a stubby backdrop of green forests and sandy beaches. Travel through the area and it won’t be difficult to find a spot all to yourself. That’s what makes this experience extra special.



Winter wonderland in Wellington

By New Zealand / Wellington /

Winter in Wellington. New Zealand’s north island is an absolute gem at any time of year, but even more so in winter. Not only will you generally find the roads are quieter and there are no lines to get into most places. You have the freedom to move at your own pace and book as you go along.

Many people will flock to the south island for winter on the ski fields. But Wellington has plenty to offer plus more. Pick up a hire car from Wellington airport and make this the place of your next winter getaway.

Choose from these things to do…

Go shopping

Shopping is always a good idea on a rainy day and Wellington has many charming shopping hotspots. Cuba Street is known for its vintage stores, such as Ziggurat, along with boutique stores and New Zealand designers. Lambton Quay is also popular with locals. But if you’re also looking for all sorts of handmade arts and crafts, the Wellington Night Market or the Underground Market will serve you perfectly.

Have a go at ice skating

Wellington turns into a winter wonderland when the colder months hit. There are ski fields nearby, but if you want something very quick and easy then you’re in luck! In recent years the city has started hosting its very own outdoor ice rink when the mercury plummets. It’s a great way to have fun, learn some new skills and exercise all at the same time.

Explore Zealandia Sanctuary

Travel just a few minutes from downtown Wellington and you’ll discover the joys of the Zealandia Sanctuary. Stroll through the area and you’ll be able to spot geckos, parrots and even the endangered little spotted kiwis. It’s worth joining a guided tour of the sanctuary to learn more about these creatures. Tours run during the day, in the evenings and at night. Each offers a different experience.

Tour Kapiti Island

Kapiti Island is a nature reserve and it’s home to some of the country’s most endangered birds. It’s not just the island but also the waters surrounding Kapiti Island that make it a safe haven for endangered species, so they can thrive again. The number of people who can visit the 10km long island each day is limited. Only licensed tour operators are allowed to bring visitors to the island.

Jump on board the Northern Explorer Train

When the time comes for you to leave Wellington and head north to Auckland, you’ll want to make sure you do it the right way. Sure, you can easily catch a flight. But why not buy a ticket for the Northern Explorer Train, so you can spend hours passing beautiful scenery? You’ll pass snow-capped mountains, rolling hills and pristine rivers.



Relocation, relocation, relocation with a New Zealand campervan rental

By Auckland / Christchurch / New Zealand /

RELOCATION deals. Now that’s one of the most overlooked opportunities for those looking for an inexpensive and fun way to explore a destination. Right now, for example, there are dozens of cheap New Zealand campervan rental relocation deals just sitting there waiting to be clicked and most of them are for $5 a day at the time this blog hit the blogosphere.
So, how does it work? The DriveNow campervan rental relocation list is updated each day between 8.30am-9.30am (AEST) for travel in the coming two or three weeks. That’s when the list is fresh and vehicles most likely to still be available. It’s the best time to submit a relocation request as DriveNow is more than likely able to confirm your request. The relocations book quickly and therefore as the day progresses the availability becomes more limited. The number of free kilometres on each deal is the distance between the pickup and drop off location plus 550km. Any travel beyond that is charged at AU$0.55 per km.

What routes and vehicles are available as we type? Try these. And if you miss out this time don’t despair – set a reminder every month or two to see what deals are up on the NZ relocations page

relocate-deuceAUCKLAND TO CHRISTCHURCH – between December 31 to January 4

Hit the road in a Mighty Deuce. Microwave yourself some popcorn or some nachos in this super little roomy campervan that sleeps 2. Includes a handy toilet and shower so you’ve got everything you need. Includes 1350km free. $5 a day and 1350km free. Minimum 4 days and a maximum 7 days. Block out the week right now!

relocate-frontierCHRISTCHURCH TO AUCKLAND – between January 10 and January 20

Let’s flip it around and jump in a turbo diesel Britz Frontier, sleeps up to six adults, between January 10 and 20 for $5 a day! The large windows around the living area will provide you with an awesome view each morning. as you explore the sites all the way to Auckland. A total of 1350km free.

QUEENSTOWN TO AUCKLAND – between January 27 and January 31

Get ready to start cruising in a Mighty Big 6 which is ideal for two adults and up to four kids. Gas stove, shower and cool CD player to sing those favourite tunes while on the road with 2000km for free.

relocate-sunset_1CHRISTCHURCH TO QUEENSTOWN – between January 8 to January 12

The Maui Sunset sleeps six (three double beds) and is perfect for three couples wanting to explore the attractions and sights between Christchurch to Queenstown. Enjoy the spacious fixed rear bed with large windows, with comfortable dinette seating area with full kitchen and bathroom facilities. Minimum three days and maximum six, and 750km free.

Also try 5 great outdoor adventures in Auckland and Campervan adventures in Christchurch







Campervan adventures in Christchurch

By Christchurch /

Christchurch is the oldest city in New Zealand. It’s also one of the most beautiful and is recovering after the devastating 2011 earthquakes. Whether you want to explore the city’s famous gardens, hit the snow or go on an outdoor adventure in the forest, Christchurch has everything. 

Planning a trip to Christchurch but wondering where to park your wheels? Visit DriveNow’s website to hire a campervan so you can begin your adventure in this beautiful city!

Christchurch Top10 Holiday Park

This holiday park is the largest accommodation provider in the city. It’s located on the outskirts of the CBD, making it an ideal place to base yourself during your stay. After you’ve explored the area for the day, you can enjoy the park’s spacious grounds, park facilities and pool. It’s always a favourite with young families but it also accommodates for all types of travellers, including business and backpackers.

North South Holiday Park

North South Holiday Park is located just five minutes from the airport, so you won’t have to travel far after picking up your campervan from the airport. If that’s not ideal enough, you’re also a short drive to wineries, wildlife parks and shopping malls. Powered and unpowered sites, cabins, BBQ facilities and a swimming pool with a sauna are some of the park’s highlights.

Amber Kiwi Holiday Park

Another centrally located holiday park, which sits between Christchurch Airport and close to the CBD. There’s a range of accommodation options, including camping or staying in your campervan. Park facilities include free wifi, car wash, two communal kitchen, a TV room with more than 50 channels. There’s plenty to keep the kids occupied while you rest and enjoy your holiday. Not to mention this place took out winner of the “Kiwi Holiday Park of the Year” award in 2014 and 2015.

South Brighton Holiday Park

A beautiful holiday park right beside South Brighton Beach. You can explore the highlights of the city but come home at the end of the day to a tranquil beach surrounding. Walk along the sandy shore, hire a boat, go swimming or surfing or completely lounge around with a book. From the shore near the camp there are no commercial developments, making it a wonderful place to holiday.

Also check out Seven Great Eateries In Christchurch


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Wellington in winter – 4 great things to do

By New Zealand / Wellington /

Are you looking for a winter holiday in New Zealand? Discover Wellington and its amazing attractions. Check out this list of the most popular things to do in Wellington if you want to ride cable cars and take a Lord of the Rings tour.

But you can also add some other great attractions. Just hire a car from Wellington Airport and check out the list below.

Just a few minutes from downtown Wellington is a whole new world. ZEALANDIA is home to the country’s most unique wildlife. Venture into the beautiful Sanctuary Valley to spot geckos, playful forest parrots called kaka and many other animals. You can also tour ZEALANDIA at night. This will get you closer to nocturnal animals, such as endangered little spotted kiwis.

Weta Cave
Travel behind the scenes at Weta Cave. A guided tour of the Weta Workshop teaches you about the skills and creativity required to perfect this art. Come close to sculptures of famous characters from your favourite childhood movies. You’ll also get to watch videos about the artists who created them.

Space Place at Carter Observatory
The Carter Observatory is at the top of Wellington’s Cable Car attraction. This world-class site has many multi-media galleries. The virtual space journeys teach you about the latest advancements in astronomy. You’ll also learn about early Maori navigation techniques, as you study the night skies. It’s a fun and interactive experience. It’s bound to inspire the family.

Northern Explorer Train
Take a trip on the Northern Explorer Train when you leave Wellington for Auckland. You’ll pass snow-blanketed mountains and rolling green hills. There are also gorgeous country towns and coasts. The rugged terrain is beautiful. You’ll pass spectacular volcanic mountains and stunning river gorges in the Tongariro National Park. This journey won’t disappoint.



Hot relocation deals in New Zealand and Australia

By Australia / New Zealand /

If you haven’t yet discovered DriveNow’s amazing one way rentals deals then you’ve been missing out!

Relocation rentals are a win win situation for both parties involved. The rental company doesn’t have to pay big bucks to transport a vehicle to another city, while the customer receives incredible deals for as little at $1 a day.

Consider taking up one of the offers below. But you’d better be quick to jump on these limited deals before someone else does!

Auckland to Queenstown
Price: $5 a day
Travel dates: May 4th-8th
Terms: Minimum four days, maximum seven days hire
Do you need to travel between these two cities in early May, or perhaps you’re looking around for a last-minute road trip? Then look no further than this Britz Voyoager campervan deal, where your sleeping quarters are comfortable and decked out with everything you need. You’ll also receive the first 2000km free.

Christchurch to Queenstown
Price: $5 a day
Travel dates: May 8th-11th
Terms: Minimum three days, maximum six days hire
Pick up an incredible deal for your Christchurch to Queenstown driving trip. You’ll score 750km free and a brilliant campervan to go along with it. The Frontier is decked out with three double beds, cooking and bathroom facilities. For a bit extra, you can also hire an outdoor table and chairs.

Queenstown to Christchurch
Price: $5 a day
Travel dates: May 10th-13th
Terms: Minimum three days, maximum six days hire
Your Britz Outbounder has the capacity to sleep four people, with the company touting the vehicle as “absolute luxury for a couple”. It has a spacious bed, bathroom and kitchen area and is fully decked out with modern amenities. With this deal you’ll also receive 750km free.

Brisbane to Melbourne
Price: $5 a day
Travel dates: April 27th-May 2nd
Terms: Minimum four days, maximum five days hire
You’ll have all the freedom you desire with this Britz Explorer deal. The four berth motorhome is complete with a mini-kitchen and bathroom and has the capacity to sleep four adults. DriveNow is offering more than 2200km free and up to $80 free fuel.

Hobart Airport to Melbourne
Price: $5 a day
Travel dates: May 7th-14th
Terms: Minimum four days, maximum five days hire
You’ll receive up to $350 free fuel and more than 850km free. Drive from Hobart Airport to Melbourne in a Maui Ultima. You have the flexibility to choose whether you prefer a king-sized bed or two singles. This two berth caravan is extra spacious and it also features wonderful storage space for your road adventure.