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Darwin

Campervan Hire Darwin

Address: 2/91 Coonawara Road, Winnellie NT 0820

Distance from airport: 11 kilometres

Distance from city: kilometres

Nearest Bus station: Catterthun Street (2 minute walk)

 

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 3:00pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays – by appointment only

Campervans and Motorhomes for hire

Jayco HiTop Campervan For Two - Motorhome Rental in Australia

Jayco HiTop Campervan For Two

Max Capacity: 2 people

Beds: 1x Double Bed 

Fuel Type: Unleaded

Jayco HiTop Campervan For Three - Motorhome Hire in Australia

Jayco HiTop Campervan For Three

Max Capacity: 3 people

Beds: 1x Double Bed, 1x Child Bed

Fuel Type: Unleaded

Jayco 3 Berth Wanderer Campervan | Motorhome hire in Australia

Jayco 3 Berth Wanderer

Max Capacity: 3 people

Beds: 1x Double Bed, 1x Child Bed

Fuel Type: Diesel

Jayco 2 Berth Voyager Motorhome - Campervan Rental in Australia

Jayco 2 Berth Voyager

Max Capacity: 2 people

Beds: 1x Double Bed

Fuel Type: Diesel

Jayco 3 Berth Cruiser Motorhome - Campervan Hire in Australia

Jayco 3 Berth Cruiser

Max Capacity: 3 people

Beds: 1x Double Bed, 1x Child Bed

Fuel Type: Diesel

Jayco 4 Berth Conquest Motorhome - Australian Campervan Rental

Jayco 4 Berth Conquest

Max Capacity: 4 people

Beds: 2x Double Bed

Fuel Type: Diesel

Jayco 6 Berth Conquest Motorhome - Australian Campervan Hire

Jayco 6 Berth Conquest

Max Capacity: 6 people

Beds: 3x Double Beds

Fuel Type: Diesel

Jayco Conquest Royale Motorhome - Campervan Rental in Australia

Jayco Conquest Royale

Max Capacity: 4 people

Beds: 2x Double Beds

Fuel Type: Diesel

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Situated in what is known as the Top-End of Australia, Darwin is a unique destination and capital city of the Northern Territory. Be ready for a memorable Motorhome holiday full of adventure, surprise and stunning landscapes. Darwin enjoys a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons.

 

Darwin is a gateway to the spectacular Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmuluk National Parks. Kakadu is a World Heritage listed natural wonder, which should be a must-see on your itinerary. Have your camera ready to capture the beauty of the wetlands and wildlife. When visiting Darwin and the surrounding National Parks you can learn about the Indigenous connection to the land and experience some unique cultural areas. Travelling further on, Katherine offers an introduction to outback life. Here you can visit thermal pools at Mataranka, go Barra fishing and the Outback Stockman’s Camp.

 

The sunsets in Darwin are simply beautiful. Take it all in with a drive to Mindil Beach Sunset Market. You’ll find great Asian inspired food, local crafts and a relaxed atmosphere. If it’s crocodiles you’re on the look-out for, drive your Motorhome to the Adelaide River, where you’ll come close to these amazing creatures and see them in their natural habitat. Booking a tour is highly recommended so you can travel downstream on a boat and witness the feeding frenzy.

 

Canberra

Clear

Min: 5 | Max: 18

Sydney

Partly Cloudy

Min: 13 | Max: 21

Melbourne

Partly Cloudy

Min: 9 | Max: 17

Adelaide

Partly Cloudy

Min: 14 | Max: 17

Hobart

Partly Cloudy

Min: 7 | Max: 15

Perth

Partly Cloudy

Min: 15 | Max: 21

Darwin

Clear

Min: 24 | Max: 35

Brisbane

Clear

Min: 15 | Max: 25

Cairns

Chance of Rain

Min: 23 | Max: 26

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