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Choose and Reserve a Motorhome and Campervan Hire in Armidale - Fast and Easy

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The best way to travel to Armidale is with a campervan or motorhome rental. VroomVroomVroom can help you find a vehicle that includes the conveniences of a modern home and saves you money on accommodation. Discover Australia's unique culture along the road and explore towns like Armidale. A camper or RV hire can take you across Australia on a memorable adventure.

See the beauty of Armidale with a top-quality camper rental

Armidale captures the charm of history with all the conveniences of a modern town. It is tucked away between stunning waterfalls, mountains and trees that showcase beautiful colours throughout autumn. It has an impressive collection of beautiful architecture, locally made artworks, shopping destinations, educational facilities and venues for outdoor activities. Reserve a campervan hire to make sure you don't miss out on Armidale.

Depots to collect campervans are constantly changing. If you cannot find the location you require in the search box, please find the closest location available by scrolling in the drop down menu above or checking out the map below. Newcastle may be the best place for you to pick up a campervan to discover Armidale.

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Top Motorhome and RV Parks in Armidale

Armidale Acres Motor Inn is located on the New England Highway (North) in Armidale. The accommodations that it offers are apartments, cabins and en-suite van sites. Its camp facilities include swimming pools, a barbecue area, laundry, large grounds, tennis court, parking spaces and wireless Internet access.

Highlander Van Village is at 76 Glen Innes Road, situated on the northern part of Armidale close to the University of New England. The accommodations that it offers include a wide range of cabins, lodge units, on-site caravans, tents and powered sites. Its facilities include free wireless broadband, undercover barbecue area, camp kitchen, recreation room, television, swimming pool, disabled toilets, laundry, kiosk, fax, mail, parcel delivery, local tour bookings and tourist and travel information.

Pembroke Tourist and Leisure Park sits at 39 Waterfall Way in Armidale. It is an award winning park offering a wide range of accommodation like cabins, bunkhouses/youth hostel, on-site vans, tent sites and powered sites. The park is pet friendly and offers campsite facilities such as a swimming pool, recreation room, camp kitchen, covered barbecue area and playgrounds.

Top Attractions in Armidale

Armidale Plaza is located at the corner of Beardy, Dangar, Jessie and Dumaresq Streets in Armidale. It is a prime shopping destination that offers over 50 specialty stores, making it one of the finest destinations in the city to shop and unwind with friends and family.

Cathedral Rock National Park can be reached via Ebor Road (Waterfall Way. It covers 10,897 hectares of land that lies just 60 kilometers from the city of Armidale. The park's interesting features are its amazing giant boulders, granite tors and sculpted rocks. The site is ideal for activities like bush walking, camping, picnicking, barbecuing, photography and bird watching.

New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is located at 106 - 114, Kentucky, Street. It is a locally managed and funded art museum that showcases large collections of artworks primarily from the Howard Hinton Collection and Chandler Coventry Collection. The venue also hosts temporary exhibits throughout the year. If you are an art enthusiasts, NERAM is the finest place to go to outside the capital city.

Oxley Wild Rivers National Park covers 120,394 hectares of preserved land that lies within the state of New South Wales, Australia. The park could be easily accessed via the city of Armidale. Its popular features aside from its abundant flora and fauna are the Apsley Falls, Budds Mare, Dangars Gorge and Falls, East Kunderang, Gara Gorge, Halls Peak, Long Point, Riverside, Tia Falls, The Bicentennial National Trail and Youdales Hut.

Wollomombi Falls forms part the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park and takes just 30 minutes of driving from the heart of Armidale. The waterfalls are hailed as Australia's third tallest falls, and can be enjoyed via the two walking tracks (the Chandler Walk and Wollomombi Walk) that was constructed near it.