Campervan Hire in Darwin
The city of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia is a beautiful place to visit with your family. If you choose a motorhome to hire for the duration of your trip, you’ll be able to enjoy a blissful and serene trip around the scenic city and it’s surroundings. Located 3034 km from Adelaide with a population of 127,500, Darwin is a great place to visit for a quieter and more steadily paced holiday in Australia and it’s great for families and couples too.
Your Darwin Campervan Adventure
My Campervan is the place to be when you are searching for great campervan parks for safe overnight stays with your campervan rental in Darwin. Popular parks such as the Litchfield National Park, Apollo Motorhome Holidays and the Hidden Valley Tourist Park – FreeSpirit Holiday Parks are all great choices, but we have plenty of other options available if those are not suitable for your stay. Use the search feature that we provide and you’ll have further choices like the Coolalinga Caravan Park, Darwin Caravan Park and Boomerang Motel
BIG4 Howard Springs, Oasis Tourist Park and Shady Glenn Caravan Park.
Your campervan hire in Darwin will serve as your accommodation and transportation for your trip. You will have all the facilities that you’ll need, including a kitchen with cooking equipment such as a microwave and hob. This will enable you to save money, and spend more time exploring rather than finding a place to stop for food.
All campervan hire companies will ensure that you have somewhere comfy to sleep too. You will be able to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful night in your bed in your campervan rental in Darwin. There are often folding beds and bunk beds too so that you have more space in the daytimes.
When you are driving in your hired motorhome in Darwin and the surrounding areas, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to drive, and you’ll be able to travel from one city to another with little difficulty. What’s better, is that you wont even need to worry about packing up all your belongings each time you want a change of scenery as you’ll have it all safe in your rented campervan.
Things to do Near Darwin, in your Hired Campervan
When you come to stay in Darwin, you can choose from many great activities to keep you entertained for the duration of your stay. You can keep the whole family entertained with the many points of cultural heritage that you can explore and the tours and walks that you can take.
You should visit the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory where the fierce Cyclone Tracey that devastated Darwin in 1974 is chillingly re-enacted inside this museum’s “Black Room”. This is a great experience for people of all ages.
There are all kinds of places for you to visit to enjoy your free time too. Use your campervan rental to really explore and see the Leanyer Recreation Park. The Park consists of dry and wet recreational area’s. You could watch the sunrise and sunset or go swimming at Mindil Beach and meet the reptiles and learn more about the Top End’s unique and favourite critters such as Western Bearded Dragons and Olive Pythons in Crocosaurus Cove.
For a relaxing day out, why not visit the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre in the morning, and then go for picnic on Darwin Botanic Gardens if the weather is good.
When you are travelling through Darwin in your hired campervan, you’ll be able to use the many main roads that are situated around the city. Tiger Brennan Drive will take you from Darwin’s Central Business District and ends in Darwin’s eastern suburb of Berrimah. This is a great road to take when you are using your campervan rental to get from one part of the city to another in a hurry. Amy Johnson Avenue is a 4 kilometres stretch of road that runs in a north – south direction, starting from Old McMillans Road in the north passing through the Stuart Highway and ending at Tiger Brennan Drive in the south. You can also take the Arnhem Highway to travel out of Darwin, as this road links the mining town of Jabiru, in Kakadu National Park, to the Stuart Highway 35 kilometres south of Darwin.
Warrego Highway is the road to choose when you want to reach the Warrego River, which is the endpoint of the highway, or take the Stuart Highway to travel further afield. This is a segment of Australia’s Highway 1 extending from Darwin, Northern Territory, in the north, via Tennant Creek and Alice Springs, to Port Augusta, South Australia, in the south over a huge distance of 2,834 kilometres.