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    Campervan hire in Cairns

    The city of Cairns in the Australian state of Queensland is an extremely popular holiday destination for travellers from all over the world, as well as a good starting point for road trips throughout Australia. Although you can see a lot with a rental car, a campervan hire in Cairns opens a world of other possibilities. Experience an unforgettable stay with family or friends and plan your route according to your own wishes. At Auto Europe you will not only find the cheapest rates for car hire worldwide, but also a large selection of motorhome models at attractive prices. Book now your motorhome on our website or get more information at +498941207298.

    Motorhome hire in Cairns

    In this section we have compiled examples of campsites in the region to help you find what you are looking for. However, we have reduced the list only to the places in and around Cairns, as well as the facilities that you would drive past on your way to Brisbane and Sydney. If you don't mind driving for days, you could also opt for a visit to Perth located far in the east at 3,400 miles from Cairns. The much closer Melbourne lies 1856 miles to the south and can be reached in 32 hours of driving.

    Cairns Holiday Park

    The Cairns Holiday Park is only 2 miles from the centre. There is ample space on the parking spaces and the power supply is guaranteed. Free Wi-Fi is available. Other features of the park include a swimming pool, camp kitchen and laundry facilities. The airport and the Cairns Botanic Gardens are quick and easy to reach - a perfect choice for city breaks!

    Palm Cove Holiday Park

    This complex is located about 16 miles north of Cairns and is located close to the beach. Here you will find enough space for your camper and enjoy benefits such as free Wi-Fi, laundry, electric grills and camp kitchen. Electricity is available. The ideal location allows for many activities, such as kayak trips, snorkelling or fishing, and relaxing hours at the beach.

    Bramston Beach Campground

    This cozy campsite is located directly on the beach and offers its guests idyllic pitches with power supply. Sanitary facilities are available as well as laundry and barbecue facilities. To reach the Bramston Beach Campground, take the Bruce Highway and the A1 southbound from Cairns for just over an hour.

    BIG4 Townsville Woodlands Holiday Park

    After just four hours' drive you have reached this facility and have already travelled a good bit of your trip to Brisbane. The park is surrounded by grassy, shady pitches with all the necessary features. Children are particularly welcome here in the in-house water park or on the large playground. A giant chess game and a mini golf course complete the varied offer.

    Discovery Parks Rockhampton

    From this place, it is "only" seven hours to Brisbane. The pitches are equipped with a tap, power supply and sewage connection. The campsite comes with a tennis court, fitness studio, swimming pool and a hobby room with many games, what your children will most likely highly appreciate. In the vicinity of the park, you will discover the Koorana Crocodile Park and Mount Archer National Park.

    Available Campervans in Cairns

    Here are four examples of available models that you can rent in Cairns. If you are travelling as a couple, the Aquila RV model may be worth considering. The seven-metre long vehicle offers attractive comfort: a double bed, kitchen, shower and WC. Twice as many people fit into the almost five-metre Endeavor campervan. The model has two double beds and a fitted kitchen. With the Overlander you will also be off the beaten track. Up to four persons can find seats and thanks to the roof also enough sleeping places in a double bed and two individual sleeping places. A kitchen is also available here. The vehicle is five metres long. For more space, book the Hercules RV. Up to six passengers can travel together in this mobile home. Three double beds provide for enough sleeping places. Despite the proud length of 7.7 metres, you will not have any problems with manoeuvring thanks to the rear-view camera. A toilet, shower and kitchen are also there for a comfortable trip.

    Aquila RV Endeavour Camper

    Aquila RV

    Sleeps: 2 pax
    Category: Campervan
    Length: 7.1 Metres
    Transmission: Automatic
    Power Source: Diesel


    Sleeps: 4 pax
    Category: Hi Top
    Length: 4.9 Metres
    Transmission: Automatic
    Power Source: Petrol
    Overlander Hercules RV


    Sleeps: 4 pax
    Category: Roof Tent
    Length: 5.0 Metres
    Transmission: Manual 4x4
    Power Source: Diesel

    Hercules RV

    Sleeps: 6 pax
    Category: Class C
    Length: 7.7 Metres
    Transmission: Automatic
    Power Source: Diesel

    Worth knowing about Cairns

    Cairns is located in the north of Queensland. More than 147,000 people live in the city. With a host of interesting attractions and attractions nearby, Cairns and Brisbane are the main destinations on this part of the continent for most of the tourists. The unique Great Barrier Reef can be reached by boat in an hour and a half. On a dive you will see the largest coral reef in the world in its entire splendour. Once you have solid ground under your feet, the Daintree National Park waits for you in the north-west of the city. The park gives a good insight into the Australian rainforest with its fascinating flora and fauna. In the surrounding area you will find the botanical garden The Flecker Botanical Gardens and some sandy beaches. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the nature of Australia - without having to be far from the city!

    Cairns also has interesting architecture, monuments and other highlights to see. For example, a visit to St. Monica's Cathedral is an excellent way to spend an afternoon. The finely crafted glass windows, which tell the story of creation in a special way, will inspire you. In the Cairns Regional Gallery you can visit exhibitions of local, national and international artists. The traditional aboriginal art pieces are exhibited in the Doongal Aboriginal Art gallery. For more information about the aborigines, visit the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, where the traditional dances, theatre and many other events are offered. Regular events make the city even more lively. For horse lovers, there is a four-day event on the topic of horse racing which has been celebrated for 58 years.

    Your journey really begins once you leave the city. Start with your motorhome hire in Cairns and drive along the east coast of Australia to Brisbane and Sydney or north-west to Darwin. During the long journeys you will enjoy the unique landscape of Australia to the fullest! The distances in Down Under are however very large. If you opt for the route to Sydney, please bear in mind that you will have almost 26 hours to drive. Of course it is not advisable to travel this route without breaks. Thanks to a campervan hire in Cairns, you can go to one of the numerous campsites and spend the night there to get well-rested and ready for the next leg of your journey.