With so many things to see and do in Devonport, make sure you don't miss out on anything with a cheap motorhome rental. Exploring Devonport in a campervan rental is the best way to experience the beautiful sights of the city. VroomVroomVroom helps you easily compare prices from Australia's top camper and RV rental providers. We do not charge any hidden fees, and give you a range of available depots across the country to pick up your vehicle. A campervan hire is the best way to travel at your own pace and enjoy modern conveniences while you are in Devonport.
Situated on the Mersey River, Devonport is the perfect base to explore the colourful history, wildlife and wild scenery of north-west Tasmania. Visit beautiful parklands, explore remarkable streetscapes and meet the friendly locals. Tasmania is Australia's food capital, and there are a number of renowned restaurants in Devonport, as well as fresh produce markets and wineries. Appreciate hand-crafted wine, beer, Tasmania's freshest oysters, rock lobster and venison. With a campervan hire you can explore the Tasmanian Lavender Farm, Ghost Rock Vineyard, the Devonport Golf Club and the Tiagarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Museum.
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Abel Tasman Caravan Park sits approximately 800m from the Spirit of Tasmania Ferry Terminal. It provides accommodations such as cabins, on site vans, powered and tent sites. The park is child friendly and just an hour from the Caravan Park in Devonport.
Bay View Holiday Village can be found at 2-12 North Caroline Street in East Devonport. It provides oceanfront, self-contained park cabins and powered sites. People with caravans can enjoy a comfortable home away from home with fully equipped self-contained cabins.
Devonport Park is also recognised as the 'People's Park', sitting between the communities of Devonport, Stoke, MoriceTown and Keyham. The famous park has existed since the 1850s and is located on old military land. Furthermore, the park is home to several legendary monuments such as a war memorial to the 2,000 Devonport citizens who died in the First World War.
Discovery Holiday Park Devonport is located at 13-19 Tarleton St in Devonport. Recipient of the 2005 Tasmanian Tourism Award, Tourist and Caravan Parks, Discovery Holiday Park Devonport is the brand-new leading tourist park at the gateway to Tasmania. Its great facilities include luxury cabins, all with separate shower, toilet and bedrooms.
Cradle Mountain is situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and is famous for the rugged curves of the mountain and the remote rainforest. Considered as one of the popular natural areas in Tasmania, Cradle Mountain offers the ideal sanctuary to pamper, getaway and explore. Furthermore, Cradle Mountain is the starting point for the world-renowned Overland Track, an impressive six-day walk that will lead you to some magnificent and beautiful mountain terrain.
Devils@Cradle is located just 500m before the Cradle Mountain Lodge, and is known as the icon of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness with a range of walking tracks. An abundance of native wildlife can be seen in the Cradle Mountain area, and the night feeding tours are quite a spectacular sight.
Devonport Golf Club sits at 66 Woodrising Avenue in Spreyton. It hosts interstate and national events like the Tasmanian Open Golf Championships and the Gladys Hay Interstate Series. It is the home of "Woodrising", an exceptional, professionally manicured 18-hole Championship Golf Course.
Hellyers Distillery can be found at 53 Old Surrey Road in Havenview. It is recognised as a notable Burnie Tourist Attraction. Hellyers Road Distillery is the leading distiller of quality Australian Single Malt Whisky.
House of Anvers Chocolate Factory is situated on the Bass Highway in Latrobe, providing a full chocolate experience not to be missed. So, if you fancy a Belgian style breakfast and waffles, now is the perfect time to visit the famous factory and witness chocolatiers tempering, enrobing fine couverture chocolates.