Compare Campervan Hire in Tasmania
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Explore the fabulous Apple Isle that is Tasmania in a campervan or motorhome rental and discover just why this small part of Australia is one of the most popular places to visit at any time of year.
From the penal settlement history of Port Arthur to the stunning vistas of Freycinet National Park with beautiful Wineglass Bay and pristine coastlines there is plenty to see and do. It seems almost unfair that so much beauty can be concentrated into one location, but that's what visitors to Tasmania quickly discover!
With an abundance of holiday parks located right across Tasmania, a campervan holiday makes for the ideal way of exploring the island.
DriveNow takes the hassle out of finding the best deal on campervan hire and motorhome rentals in Tasmania. Working with a range of Tasmanian rental brands including Britz, Cruisin, Go Cheap and Maui, DriveNow brings together and publishes the latest pricing, specials, bonus offers and vehicles descriptions to make it easy to compare and select the campervan or motorhome that best meets your needs. Vehicles range from 2 berth budget campers to luxury 6 berth motorhomes and 4 adventure wheel drives.
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- Trust & Experience - We've been comparing the cost of campervan hire in Tasmania since 2003
- Local Suppliers - Campervans available for hire in Hobart, Devonport and Launceston
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The DriveNow 10 Campervan Collection for Tasmania is our snapshot selection of holiday parks ideal for those renting a campervan in Tasmania. All come recommended and provide features such as powered sites, multiple shower blocks, dump stations, BBQ facilities, washing machines and onsite Park Managers.
Tasmanian Campervan Holiday Parks - DriveNow 10 Collection
- Richmond Caravan and Cabin Park - 30 minutes north east of Hobart in Richmond, home of the oldest Australian bridge. 48 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond (03 6260 2192) www.richmondcaravanpark.com.au
- Port Arthur Holiday Park - On the edge of Stewarts Bay State Reserve, Port Arthur Holiday Park is 5 minutes drive from the historic penal settlement and perfect launching point to explore the Tasman Peninsula and Tasman National Park. Garden Point, Port Arthur (03 6250 2340) www.portarthurhp.com.au
- Cradle Mountain - Discovery Holiday Parks - Explore the Tasmanian Wilderness from this holiday park located on the northern perimeter of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park at the head of the Overland track. Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain (03 6492 1395) Discovery Holiday Parks - Cradle Mountain
- Launceston - Hadspen Discovery Holiday Parks - Close to the wine producing Tamar Valley and just south of Launceston, Hadspen Park sits on the Meander Valley highway a short walk from the South Esk River. 9 Main Street, Hadspen (03 6393 6391) Hadspen Discovery Holiday Park
- Big4 St Helens Caravan Park - Located in the town of St Helens in north east Tasmania this Big4 sits close to Georges Bay surrounded by close by State Reserve parks. A 30 minute drive up past the stunning Binalong Bay takes you to Bay of Fires, recognised by Lonely Planet in 2008 as home to the world's best beach. 2 Penelope Street, St Helens (03 6376 1290) www.sthelenscp.com.au
- Devonport - Discovery Holiday Park - Sitting on the banks of the picturesque Mersey river in East Devonport, this is the perfect launching point to explore Northern Tasmania. Burnie is less than 30 minutes away, Cradle Mountain and Launceston are within a 90 minute drive and the Devonport-Melbourne ferry service runs daily. 13 Tarleton Street, East Devonport (03 6427 8418) Devonport Discovery Holiday Park
- Stanley Cabin and Tourist Park - Set beneath the "Nut" on a peninsula on the edge of Sawyer Bay in far north west Tasmania Stanley is perfectly positioned to explore the Tarkine Wilderness. Or simply experience this stunning coastline aptly known as the Edge of the World. 23a Wharf Road, Stanley (03 6458 1266) www.stanleycabinpark.com.au
- Wynyard Leisure Ville Holiday Centre - Set on the mid north coast close to Burnie, Wynyard is surrounded by pristine beaches and close to the Tarkine rainforest. 145a Old Bass Highway, Wynyard (03 6442 2291) www.leisureville.com.au
- Strahan - Discovery Holiday Park - On the mid West coast Strahan sits at the northern end of the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. In the middle of town on the B27 the Park is within easy walking distance of the vast Macquarie Harbour. Take the exhilarating Jet Boat ride up the King River or travel on the West Coast Wildness Railway. Cnr Andrew & Innes Streets, Strahan (03 6471 7468) Strahan Discover Holiday Park
- Captain Cook Caravan Park - Perhaps Australia's most southerly park - Captain Cook Caravan Park sits on Adventure Bay in Bruny Island south of Hobart and connected via a sliver of land and ferry service to the Tasmanian mainland. Explore the South Bruny National Park, Pristine beaches or watch for dolphins and pods of migrating whales in the bay. 786 Adventure Bay Road, Adventure Bay (03 6293 1128) www.captaincookpark.com
Thank you for considering DriveNow in your Tasmanian holiday plans.
Here are some examples of how much our customers have been able to save in Tasmania.
7 day campervan rental
pickup 24 Dec
4-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $2714 to $3119
6-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $2546 to $3452
up to $405
up to $906
7 day campervan rental
pickup 5 Jul
4-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $1635 to $2040
6-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $1440 to $2525
up to $405
up to $1085
5 day campervan rental
pickup 25 May
4-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $845 to $1140
6-Berth Toilet/ Shower campervans from $750 to $1410
up to $295
up to $660
|Hobart to Launceston||Explore Tasmania's stunning east coast from historical Port Arthur up to world-renowned Binalong Bay and Bay of Fires.|
Campervan Hire Suppliers in Tasmania
Apollo Campervan Rentals Hobart
1 Hawkesford Rd,
Hobart Airport, Cambridge
Britz Campervan Rentals Hobart Airport
14 Long Street
Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS.
Cruisin Tasmania Campervan Rentals Hobart
3 Runway Place
GoCheap Campervan Rentals Hobart
3 Runway Place
Maui Elite Campervan Rentals Hobart Airport
14 Long Street
Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS.
Maui Campervan Rentals Hobart Airport
14 Long Street
Hobart Airport Cambridge, TAS.
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