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Drive a Dependable Campervan and Motorhome Hire in Grafton and Explore its Wonders

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Travel to Grafton with a campervan or motorhome rental and we guarantee you will save on your transportation and accommodation costs. VroomVroomVroom compares deals from Australis's top rental camper providers, and we can offer you the lowest rates. Our booking system is easy to use, so you can easily find the perfect RV vehicle to suit your needs in Grafton.

Stop in at Grafton on your east coast roadtrip

Australia's 'Jacaranda City' is a beautiful mix of streets lined with mauve trees and historic buildings, perfect for exploring with a rental campervan. Grafton has a vibrant local arts scene and is home to some of the biggest names in Australian country music. The city is a great stop on any east coast road trip, just three hours from Brisbane and seven hours from Sydney. Visit Grafton during the Jacaranda Festival from October to November, and enjoy some of the other activities like estuary fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, swimming, water skiing and spotting wildlife.

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Top Campervan and Motorhome Campsites in Grafton

Grafton Sunset Caravan Park is located at 302 Gwydir Highway in South Grafton. The park is not too far from the main shopping centres, beaches, the Clarence Valley and Clarence River. It offers cabins, powered sites, on-site caravans and unpowered sites. Its facilities include a camp kitchen, cycling path, gas, book exchange and library, disabled toilet, reception, walking path, linens, free DVD hire, security boom gate and swimming pool. Pets are welcome but they must be constantly leashed for the safety and convenience of other guests.

The Gateway Village Holiday Park sits at 598 Summerland Way in Grafton. It is a five star holiday park that offers boutique, self-contained and luxury accommodation. Its facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, conference/event facilities, cots, gardens, gas, wireless Internet connection, iron, kiosk, laundry, non-smoking floor, TV/lounge area, public telephone and an outdoor swimming pool. Accommodations include a motel unit, garden villa, executive suite, one bedroom queen, easy access unit, holiday unit, studio unit for 5, studio unit for 2, studio unit for 4, on-site vans, en suite powered site, powered site and tent site.

Top Attractions in Grafton

Christ Church Cathedral stands at the corner of Duke Street and Victoria Street, Grafton. The venue dates back to 1884 and is famous for its beautiful architectural design, friendly atmosphere and long history. It is open everyday from 7am to 5.30pm. Be sure to drop by the cathedral's interesting Christian bookshop.

Clock Tower Gallery is at Spring Street in South Grafton. It is located within the Clarence River Visitor Information Centre. The gallery is one of the finest places to buy locally made artworks. It features woodworks, leather works, indigenous pottery and paintings of different styles. The venue is child-friendly, open from Monday to Saturday.

Grafton Regional Art Gallery sits at 158 Fitzroy Street in Grafton. The gallery is located inside a beautifully restored 1880s Prentice House and serves not only as a gallery but also as a centre for empowering arts. The extensive collections include a number of Australian drawings, ceramics, prints and the historical O'Grady watercolour collection. There's a cafe, public toilet and ample car parking spaces.

The Historic Tunnel at Old Glen Innes Road dates back to the 1880s. It is an interesting short tunnel that was carved out of rock. The tunnel features graffiti on the tunnel's ceiling, made with black paint. It is worth a stop if you are visiting Grafton.

The Clarence River can be found within the Clarence Valley, in the Northern Rivers Region. It is one of Australia's largest waterways, popular for being a terrific fishing destination, its rich flora and fauna and for serving as a link to the upper Clarence, golden beaches and the Pacific. Bird watching, canoeing, estuary fishing, game fishing, kayaking, sailing, snorkeling, swimming and water skiing are all popular activities at the river.