- see

Booking a Reliable Campervan and Motorhome Hire in Birdsville is Now Quick and Easy

Woman with her campervan in Birdsville

Tour Birdsville an the rest of the country with a campervan or motorhome rental. Travelling in a campervan is the best way to experience Australia, and it can save you a lot of money on both your transportation and accommodation. VroomVroomVroom can help you compare the cheapest camper deals from some of Australia's top suppliers. Our booking system is simple to use - just fill out the search box above with your details and start comparing RV vehicles in Birdsville.

Useful information on hiring an RV in Birdsville

Deep in Queensland's outback you will find the town of Birdsville. The home of the famous Birdsville Races is also the prime gateway to the treasures of the Simpson Desert National Park. The town was named for its impressive birdlife, but there is more than its wildlife drawing visitors. Travel in September to see the annual races, drive a four wheel drive on top of the Big Red, unravel the secrets of the area at the Wirrari Visitor Information Centre or cross the French Line.

Please note - To find the best location to collect a motorhome, check out our map below. The markers display camper depots around the country.

View Campervan Rental Locations in Australia in a larger map

Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Birdsville

Birdsville Caravan Park is located at Florence Street, Birdsville. The accommodation that it offers include a wide range of cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites. The park has a cafe, good security and is not too far from popular Birdsville destinations.

Top Attractions in Birdsville

Big Red can be easily reached from Birdsville. Big Red refers to the popular local sand dune, which at 30 metres high serves as an ideal spot for a four-wheel drive adventure challenge. Picnicking and watching the sunset from the top of Big Red is also highly popular among locals and visitors.

Birdsville Cemetery lies along Adelaide Street. The site is not just a typical cemetery but a historical site that contains the graves of the town's pioneers that also have information about their time within the desert town. Kindly treat the area with extreme care and respect throughout your visiting period.

Birdsville Working Museum sits on Bilby Street. The heritage site offers its visitors a trip back to old times with its large collection of historical items. Exhibits features information on how several essential things were being manufactured before, and old shops sell a number of items like clocks, pottery, jewellery, toys, and artworks. The destination is open from 08:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. excluding lunchtime.

French Line - Simpson Desert was hailed as the country's most beloved desert because of the large number of people that visits it every year. The desert could be reached easily from the town of Birdsville. The site is popular for its ideal four wheel drive track, the Big Red Sand Dune, Eyre Creek, Poeppel's Corner, Purnie Bore, Balhousie Springs, its wildflower carpet after winter rains and the clear view of the stars at night.

Simpson Desert National Park can also be easily accessed from Birdsville. The park covers 1,012,000 hectares of arid outback and is Queensland's largest conservation area. Its highlights are the abundant bed of wildflowers after rain, the Big Red, the view of the stars as well as the rich wildlife that lives in the region. The attraction is open every day 24/7 except from the 1st of December until the 15th of March due to the unbearable summer temperatures.

Wirrari Visitor Information Centre offers its guests impressive amounts of information about Birdsville and the several magnificent destinations that surround the town. The venue is located at Billabong Boulevard. It is children friendly and caters to people with disabilities. Its facilities include parking spaces, wheelchair access, disabled toiled facilities, guide, first aid, interpretive centre, sheltered area, tour desk, walking tracks and a public toilet.