The Maui branch in Alice Springs is located on the corner of Power Street and the Stuart Highway around 4kms from town and 20km from the airport. The branch supports the full compliment of Maui vehicles including luxurious 6,4 and 2 berth Motorhomes and 4 wheel drive rentals for your Northern Territory holiday.
At their Alice Springs branch, Maui offer bathroom facilities including shower, Television and Internet access, Tea & Coffee, a lounge to relax in before or after your holiday and luggage storage.
With a reputation for excellence, quality of service and equipped with branches located in all major Australian cities Maui have all the bases covered and know Australian Motorhome holidaying inside-out making for the perfect partner to consider in your Australian holiday touring plans.
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If you require accommodation in Alice Springs before or after collecting/dropping off your campervan, our sister site, roomsnow.com.au, offers a wide selection of hotel accommodation in Alice Springs to choose from.
Big 4 Holiday Parks extend discounted rates to all Maui travellers on powered sites in their Holiday parks across Australia.
If you need to stock up before hitting the road the following supermarkets are close to the Maui Alice Springs branch and accept all major credit cards and Eftpos facilities. Kicking off a road trip in a remote location such as Alice Springs makes it strongly advisable to be fully provisioned before you leave. The cost of some every day items does rise when shopping in the more remote parts of Australia.
Fuel prices in Australia do fluctuate depending up location, especially in the country. You will notice that prices change during the week and around popular holiday time such as Christmas and the Easter break.
Expect to pay more for fuel in remote locations. If you plan to travel in remote areas it is advisable to keep you fuel tanks topped up as frequently as is possible (the same principle applies to water supplies as well especially in remote areas).