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Rent a motorhome in South Australia

Landscapes, food and wildlife

When you rent a motorhome in South Australia, you can experience the region's landscapes, food and wildlife in comfort. The area is a popular destination for camper van travellers, and motorhomebookers.com rental partners in South Australia make it convenient to book a camper van so you can explore the notable points of interest.

You can rent a motorhome in South Australia any time of year. The region experiences warm, dry summers and mild winters. This contributes to its popularity as a destination for camping and other outdoor activities. There are also many motorhome-friendly campsites in South Australia, so finding a good place to park at night is easy.

This article will tell you why South Australia is one of the most beautiful destinations for an extended holiday with a motorhome and which routes you should not miss in South Australia.

Top 5 facts about South Australia

  1. Located in Adelaide city centre, the Adelaide Botanic Garden first opened in 1857.
  2. The coast of South Australia is known for its peninsulas and rugged terrain.
  3. There are 28 national parks in South Australia that you can visit when you rent a motorhome.
  4. The Streaky Bay to the Eyre Peninsula camper van route is popular for travellers who rent a motorhome in South Australia and is known for its sandy beaches and coastal terrain.
  5. South Australia is home to 18 wine regions.

These highlights await you when you visit South Australia with a motorhome

South Australia is a region with many points of interest that are convenient to visit when you rent a motorhome. They include the following.

  • The National Wine Centre of Australia is located in Adelaide. It focuses on the process of winemaking that is popular in South Australia. Visitors can try wines in the region paired with a seasonal menu.
  • Glenelg Beach is located in Adelaide. It is known for its golden sands and nearby cafés, restaurants and boutiques.
  • Adelaide Zoo is home to 2,500 animals of 250 species and makes a good family-friendly place to visit. The zoo's pair of giant pandas are among its most popular attractions.
  • The Eyre Peninsula is a popular region in South Australia for underwater activities like snorkelling and scuba diving. It is also known for its population of Australian sea lions, which you can view when you rent a motorhome.
  • Kangaroo Island is located just off the coast of South Australia. A third of the island is made up of nature reserves. Native wildlife includes penguins, koalas and sea lions. There are ferries to the island that operate daily.
  • Coober Pedy is an opal mining town that is home to a unique museum called Crocodile Harry's Lair. It focuses on the life of a Latvian-born soldier who was known for hunting crocodiles in the Australian outback.
  • The Barossa Valley is one of the major winemaking areas of South Australia. It is known for producing wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Semillon.

These camper routes through South Australia are a must

There are many camper van routes that you can choose from when you rent a motorhome in South Australia. Here are a few examples.

The camper van route that goes from Streaky Bay to the Eyre Peninsula is one of the most beautiful in South Australia. There are many camping areas along the route and fishing, swimming and snorkelling opportunities. Within this route, there are several popular loops. They include the Cape Bauer loop and the Westall Way loop.

The motorhome route from Naracoorte to the Limestone Coast passes through Naracoorte Caves National Park and the Wrattonbully wine region. The Bool Lagoon Conservation Park is one of the best spots for bird watching in South Australia.

The route from Mount Gambier to the Limestone Coast is a popular option for travellers who rent a motorhome in South Australia because of its many points of interest. These include the Kilsby Sinkhole, Piccaninnie Ponds and Mount Schank.

The route from Hahndorf and Gumeracha to the Adelaide Hills is another popular option for travellers who rent a motorhome in South Australia. Points of interest on the route include the Mount Lofty Summit, Beerenberg and the historic town of Hahndorf.

Camper van hire: Useful information for a trip through South Australia

Wild camping is not officially allowed in South Australia. It is important to always have the property owner's permission before you camp outside of an established campsite. The minimum age to rent a motorhome in South Australia is 18, though most companies require you to be at least 21. The best time to go camping in the region is during the summer months.

Rent a motorhome now and discover South Australia

You can arrange your motorhome rental and pickup in Adelaide by contacting us at motorhomebookers.com. It is the easy way to find the best camper van options.

Recommended campsites you can stay at when you rent a motorhome in South Australia include Perlubie Beach Campground on the Eyre Peninsula, Windsor Gardens Caravan Park in Adelaide and Mambray Creek Campground at Mount Remarkable National Park. These campgrounds often have facilities such as hot showers, flushing toilets, fire pits and picnic tables. Finding a campsite where you can park for the night or an extended stay is easy when you rent a motorhome in South Australia.

Rent a motorhome in South Australia through motorhomebookers.com and get your adventure on the road!

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