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Finding an Affordable Motorhome and Campervan Hire in Canberra is Easy

Canberra campervan

Compare rates and book a campervan rental with VroomVroomVroom. The booking process is simple, and we have customer service numbers available if you need additional assistance. Just fill in the search form on our website to gain access to the cheapest motorhome and camper hire rates in Canberra. We compare rates from top RV suppliers such as Maui, Britz, Apollo, Real Value and Jucy.

Spend your time in Canberra in comfort with a camper rental

There is a lot to see in Australia's capital. A campervan hire gives you the flexibility to see the region in your own time. Explore the sites of Canberra, drive along the beautiful south coast, or head up to the Snowy Mountains. With VroomVroomVroom, your Canberra holiday is more affordable and comfortable.

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Top campervan and motorhome campsites in Canberra

campervan icon Alivio Tourist Park

20 Kunzea Street, O'Connor.

It offers a wide range of accommodation including campervan sites that are complete with power, water, a grey water drain, two amenity blocks and wireless broadband Internet connection.

campervan icon South Canberra Caravan Park

Canberra Avenue and Monaro Highway in Fyshwick.

It lies within 25 acres of peaceful land that offers a wide variety of accommodation including powered and unpowered campsites. It has a children's play area, mini market/store, barbecue, picnic facilities, camper's kitchen, public telephone, landscaped gardens and guest laundry.

campervan icon Capital Country Holiday Village

47 Bridges Road, Federal Highway, Sutton.

This park offers park cabins, home section, bunkhouses, drive-through sites and caravan and campsites. It is just fourteen kilometers north of Canberra. The facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, recreation room, laundry and swimming pool.

campervan icon Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC)

Flemington Road, Mitchell.

The park sits within 70 hectares of land. It is close to the city centre of Canberra; sitting only an eight minute drive from the CBD. The park is pet friendly, and includes full amenities, powered and unpowered sites, access to water, large drive through, grey water and black water dump points and more.

Top Attractions in Canberra

Black Mountain Tower offers spectacular day and night views of Canberra, and has great tasting food at its revolving restaurant and coffee at its Panorama kiosk. Its other facilities include a picnic area, sheltered area, toilets, car park, viewing platform, shop, cafe, coach parking and disabled access. The tower is open everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and a small admission fee applies.

Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is located at 421 Discovery Drive, Tourist Drive 5 in Tidbinbilla. The complex features the Southern Hemisphere's largest giant antennae and a part of an old moon rock that dates back 3.8 billion years. Visitors have the opportunity to watch a space movie at the centre, get the latest news and see real space suits. Its facilities include a public toilet, car park, parking for the disabled, shop, picnic area, shaded area, cafe and first aid equipment. Entrance is free of charge and the centre is open everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except on Christmas Day.

Cockington Green Gardens has been impressing visitors since 1979. The site houses a large number of wonderfully made miniature buildings e.g. mini castles, barns and many traditional houses that were all placed on landscaped gardens. It is a magical place that is highly recommended. Cockington Green Gardens is located at 11 Gold Creek Road, Nichols.

Lake Burley Griffin sits within the city of Canberra and is one of the world's most well known artificial lakes. It was named after the American architect, Walter Burley Griffin who designed the city itself. A cruise on the lake is very popular with locals and tourists. Several parklands, leisure facilities and prime government institutions e.g. the High Court, National Museum, National Library, Australian National University and the National Gallery can be seen from the site.

Parliament House serves as the meeting facility of Australia's Parliament. It is located at Capital Hill in Canberra. The venue is open for visitors free of charge. Everyone entering the building will be checked for security purposes. Parliament House is known for its impressive architecture and landscape design, the artworks that it homes, the Magna Carta and the chance to visit the meeting hall while politicians are meeting.