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Alice Springs campervan

A road trip from Alice Springs around the Northern Territory can be extra special with a campervan rental, and VroomVroomVroom can help you compare RV rental and camper hire deals from major brands including Britz, Jucy, Real Value, Maui, Stardrive and Apollo. With a campervan you can enjoy all the modern conveniences of a home combined with the freedom to travel and explore the Australian outback. If you need more information, read our guide on renting a campervan here to help you through the process.

Do you prefer a smaller vehicle like an SUV or station wagon? We also compare rental cars in Alice Springs.

Useful information on Alice Springs

Alice Springs offers a terrific mix of nature, arts and history. The town is known for its cultural diversity, Aboriginal artworks and crafts, festivals, gardens, red sand dunes and the breathtaking surrounding landscape. Exploring the area will open your eyes to central Australia’s native plant life, wildlife and wealth of incredible attractions. Explore Finke Gorge National Park and the MacDonnell Ranges with your rental campervan, and be sure to catch the popular Camel Cup. There is something for everyone in this outback town. Read these outback travel tips to help you plan for your Alice Springs road trip.

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Recommended holiday parks and campsites in Alice Springs

Heritage Caravan Park is about five kilometres south of Alice Springs at 40 Ragonesi Road. Accommodation options include a range of cabins, powered and unpowered sites and a campground, and the grounds are pet-friendly. Facilities include camp kitchen, laundry, swimming pool, WiFi, playground and a coin-operated dogwash.

G’day Mate Tourist Park is six kilometres from Alice Springs and can be found at 23 Palm Circuit. It offers a range of cabin, caravan and camping options, and its facilities include barbecues, camp kitchen, communal refrigerators, gas refills, swimming pool and laundromat. Pets are not accepted.

Discovery Parks Alice Springs at 25 Palm Place is just a five minute drive from central Alice Springs. Amenities include an activity room, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, gym and a swimming pool. The grounds are pet-friendly. Discovery Parks Alice Springs offers cabins, unpowered and powered sites, and camping grounds.

Wintersun Cabin and Caravan Park is just two kilometres north of Alice Springs’ centre at 1 Stuart Highway. The establishment’s on-site facilities include barbecue and camp kitchen, laundry, swimming pool and gas refills. Pets are not allowed.

Featured attractions in Alice Springs

This Is Aboriginal Art is situated at 87 Todd Mall, Alice Springs. It dates back to 1985 and is known for its large collection of Aboriginal artwork. The gallery is open every day from 09:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. except on Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Alice Springs Reptile Centre can be found at 9 Stuart Terrace, Alice Springs. The centre is one of Australia’s largest reptile centres and is great for people of all ages. A visit enables you to learn the history of reptiles while exploring the Fossil Cave and seeing saltwater crocodiles up close and personal — even from underwater. Alice Springs Reptile Centre is open Tuesday to Saturday from 09:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. except on Australia Day.

Alice Springs Desert Park can be reached via Larapinta Drive in Alice Springs. It is an award-winning centre that features an extensive collection of plants and animals, many with unique stories and uses for Aboriginal people. Animal viewing, bushwalking, bird watching and self-guided tours are some of the activities visitors can enjoy during their visit.

Anzac Hill lies along Anzac Hill Road, Alice Springs. It is open 24/7 and is hailed as one of Alice Springs’ most popular tourist destinations. The site serves as an ideal venue to enjoy panoramic views over the town. The Anzac Hill Memorial originally honoured those who died in World War One but now commemorates those who fought for Australia in any war.

Araluen Arts Centre is nestled within the beautiful Sculpture Garden around an ancient Corkwood Tree at Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs. The venue supports and empowers local artists and is popular for featuring contemporary Aboriginal Arts, local performing arts and travelling exhibits. Its collection includes over 1,100 artworks.

FAQs for campervans from Alice Springs

When should I book my campervan for Alice Springs?

On average, our customers book 65+ days before they intend to collect their Alice Springs campervan.

What Alice Springs campervan provider is the most popular to book with?

Since November 2022, most of our customers have collected a campervan from Britz Campervan Rentals in Alice Springs.

What is the most popular one-way rental route to drive a campervan from Alice Springs?

The most popular one-way rental route for our customers is to book a campervan to collect in Alice Springs and drop off in Darwin.

How long do most people hire a campervan for in Alice Springs?

On average our customers hire a campervan for 7 days in Alice Springs.

What type of campervan should I look to hire in Alice Springs?

Most of our customers tend to look at campervans with 4 Berths for Alice Springs.