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Finding a Cheap Motorhome and Campervan Hire in Brisbane is Easy

Brisbane Campervan Rentals

Touring in a campervan or motorhome rental is the ideal way to experience Brisbane and its surrounding regions. VroomVroomVroom can help you find a cheap camper or RV in Brisbane by comparing deals from major suppliers such as Apollo, Jucy Rentals, Britz, Maui and Real Value. You don't need to go through different websites to compare motorhome and campervan hire deals. You can now do it on one website, saving you time. Campervan rentals allow visitors to explore Brisbane at their own pace while enjoying all of the modern conveniences their vehicle offers. VroomVroomVroom can also assist if you need to compare rental cars in Brisbane.

Useful information on Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital of Australia's Sunshine State and is a perfect base for picking up a motorhome rental. The city is surrounded by famous locations such as the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Many visitors also travel to Cairns, Melbourne and Sydney from Brisbane. While Brissy is a great base for seeing some of Australia's best scenery, the city itself also has many exciting features such as theatres, Chinatown, nightclubs, bars, restaurants, parklands and outdoor sports venues. If it is your first time to drive in Australia, you might want to read these driving tips,

Campervan rentals are available from the following locations across the country. Check out the map below to find the nearest location:

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Recommended campervan and motorhome campsites in Brisbane

Brisbane Gateway Resort is at 200 School Road, Rochedale just 16 kilometres south of Brisbane's CBD. The Brisbane Convention Centre, RNA Showgrounds, Suncorp Stadium, Ballymore Stadium and a couple of restaurants and supermarkets are situated close by. The park is children friendly and has campsite activities such as camping, cycling, swimming, tennis and bushwalking. The accommodations offered include tourist caravan/campervan sites, en suite cabins, lodge rooms, on-site caravans and tent sites.

Brisbane Holiday Village can be found at 10 Holmead Road, Eight Mile Plains. The park is children friendly and is just twelve minutes drive south of Brisbane's CBD. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, office/business services, camp kitchen, car park, child pool, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, communal shower, cots, equipment hire, gas, high chair, iron kiosk, laundry, movie hire, playground, restaurant, shop, tour desk, public telephone, full size tennis court and non-smoking establishment and floor.

Newmarket Gardens Caravan Park is located at 199 Ashgrove Avenue, Ashgrove just around four kilometres north of Brisbane's CBD. A number of shops, restaurants, public transport, hospitals and attractions such as the Brisbane Convention Centre, RNA Showgrounds, Suncorp Stadium and Ballymore Stadium are nearby. The park has more than a hundred tourist caravan/campervan sites, tent sites, lodge rooms, on-site caravans and en suite cabins. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, communal shower, dry cleaning, gardens, gas, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, library, movie hire, safety deposit box, shop, security system, TV/Lounge Area and full size tennis court.

Featured attractions in Brisbane

Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter lies within Beerwah. It is an award-winning and very popular zoo owned by Terri Irwin, the widow of the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin. The zoo was first founded by Steve Irwin's parents in 1970 and was then named the Beerwah Reptile Park. Steve and Terri's popular documentary series "The Crocodile Hunter" brought more prosperity to the zoo and made it what it is today. Australia Zoo homes a wide variety of birds, mammals, plants and reptiles and allows its visitors to pet and feed some animals as well as see live crocodile feedings.

City Botanic Gardens formerly Brisbane Botanical Gardens is located within Gardens Point, Brisbane. It is on the banks of the Brisbane River, open as a public park featuring wonderfully landscaped gardens, showcasing a variety of species. Visitors can enjoy the gardens via a number of walkways connecting the area to the central district.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary was founded in 1927, making it the world's largest and oldest koala sanctuary. The sanctuary can be found within Fig Tree Pocket in Brisbane. Visit the sanctuary to see a range of animals such as Australian parrots, cockatoos, echidnas, emus, kangaroos, koalas, platypus, Tasmanian devils and wombats.

Mount Coot-tha stands 287 metres above sea level and is Brisbane's highest peak. It lies to the west of Brisbane's CBD and is a popular tourist destination. Mount Coot-tha's lookout offers wonderful views of the city, the Brisbane River and surrounding mountains. Other highlights include the rich flora and fauna, the wishing waterfall gardens and the Kuta Cafe and Gift Shop that offers tasty food and drinks.

Southbank Parklands are an area along the southern bank of the Brisbane River. The site is popular for its picturesque views and impressive fusion of rainforest, grassed areas, water and plazas in one site. Over eleven million people visit the Southbank Parklands every year. If you visit the parklands you will also be able to see the Grand Arbour, Nepal Peach Pagoda, Riverfront Promenade, Streets Beach, Suncorp Piazza, Queensland Conservatorium and the Wheel of Brisbane.

Treasury Casino or The Treasury is a casino with a hotel, restaurants, bars and a nightclub. It is located at the corner of George and Elizabeth Street in Brisbane. The Treasury is known for its Edwardian-Baroque architectural style and over a thousand gaming machines. It first opened in April 1995 and is highly recommended to all those who wish to experience the Brisbane nightlife.

Roma Street Parklands can be found at 1 Parkland Boulevard, Brisbane. The park covers over sixteen hectares of land at the heart of Brisbane and features a wide range of recreational areas, pathways, themed gardens and an amphitheatre. The venue is currently the world's largest subtropical garden within a city centre.