Sydney Melbourne Campervan Hire

10 Days Sydney to Melbourne Campervan & tour package. 

10 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Hire
Tandem Skydive Great Ocean Road
Dolphin Swim Mornington Peninsula
Fast Track Package
Heaps of Extras!

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Available From: Melbourne to Sydney | Sydney to Melbourne.
*Pricing is Per Person, based on 2 People travelling. Package available Feb – Nov.  Not Available from 14th Dec – 15th Jan.

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    What’s Included?

    10 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Rental
    Deluxe, Elite or Elgrand Campervan for 10 days!

    Tandem Skydive Great Ocean Road
    Up to 15,000ft Tandem skydive at Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove (at the start of the Great Ocean Road).

    Dolphin Swim Mornington Peninsula
    Swim with the Bottlenose Dolphins in Port Phillip Bay!

    Fast Track Package
    Liability C insurance (only $500 bond) + 4 Gas Cannisters, Lantern, Additional Driver.

    + Heaps of Extras!
    GPS and 1GB Sim Card, Linen, Pillows, Blanket, Toaster & Kettle, Outside table and Chairs, Fridge, dual battery, 240 watts power outlet, kitchen sink, single portable gas cooker.

    10-Day All-Inclusive Campervan Hire & Tour Package

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    Drive an hour south from Sydney to the Royal National Park to begin the cliff-hugging Grand Pacific Drive. Stop and take a dip or Surf at Stanwell Tops, then Drive over the dramatic Sea cliff Bridge, which curves around cliff faces while suspended 665metres above the ocean. Continue down to Kiama and see the famous Kiama Blowhole that shoots about 60 metres in the air.


    Jervis Bay

    Located 198km south of Sydney, Jervis Bay has become increasingly popular for its natural attractions and coastal landscape. Now classified as a Marine Park, the bay is host to abundant wildlife, including seals, sea eagles, penguins, gannets and resident dolphins.

    The star attractions are the humpback whales, their acrobatic antics an awe-inspiring thrill to watch. They make their passage up the east coast to mate in the warm tropical waters of Queensland, and Jervis Bay is a regular haunt on their journey. Whale-watching tours are offered to see these great mammals during June and July and again in the September to November season.

    Suggestion of where to stay in Jervis Bay:
    Holiday Haven Caravan Park
    2 Beach Street,
    Huskisson NSW 2540



    Mallacoota is a small holiday and fishing town situated at the mouth of Mallacoota Inlet in the far eastern corner of Victoria.
    Mallacoota’s remoteness has made it popular for visitors seeking a quiet seaside experience in an area surrounded by forests, secluded beaches and pristine waterways.

    Spectacular views can be enjoyed from many points along the coast, taking in the sandy beaches of the extensive inland waterway of the Mallacoota Inlet and the several islands located close to the shore. Fishing and boating are popular activities, and many visitors enjoy accommodation in beachfront apartments or foreshore caravan and camping grounds.

    Suggestion of where to stay in Mallacoota:
    Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park
    Allan Drive,
    Mallacoota VIC 3892


    Port Albert

    An idyllic seaside coastal fishing village within South Gippsland, fronting Bass Strait and just East of Wilsons Promontory. A picturesque and peaceful location, it’s ‘off the beaten track’ location means a short 6km detour from the main road is required to visit this charming little town.

    Recently updated RV facilities make Port Albert a convenient overnight stop-over point for caravans & campers. These facilities are free to use and are located close to the township and boat ramp.

    Suggestion of where to stay in Port Albert:
    Port Albert Seabank Caravan Park
    95 Old Port Road,
    Port Albert IVC 3971


    Wilsons Promontory

    Wilsons Promontory

    Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park is a divers paradise, featuring spectacular underwater secenery. Wilsons Promotory National Park fondly known as ‘The Prom’ is one of Victoria’s best loved national Parks. Squeaky Beach discover the famous white sand and turquoise waters of one of the Prom’s most iconic beaches.

    Suggestion of where to stay in Wilsons Promontory:
    Tidal River Campground at Wilsons Promontory National Park its takes around half and hour to reach the Tidal River Campground from the parks entrance, accessed via Wilsons Promontory Road.


    Philip Island

    Discover endless coastlines and seaside villages, abundant wildlife, international motorsport and a holiday haven with a big reputation.
    Explore natural wonders of land and sea, from the nightly penguin parade and colony of fur seals to sleepy koalas, migrating birds and the pristine landscapes of the National Surfing Reserve and Rhyll Inlet.

    Adrenaline junkies will love the smell of the burning rubber that signals the start of the international motorcycle or car racing championships. Choose from high-speed hot laps with an experienced race car driver or family-friendly go-karting on a smaller replica circuit.

    Suggestion of where to stay in Philip Island:
    Cowes Foreshore Tourist Park
    164 Church Street
    Cowes VIC 3922


    Mornington Peninsula

    Stroll along a treetop boardwalk and see Australia’s cuddliest native wildlife at the Koala Conservation Centre in Cowes, before taking the 1.5-hour scenic route around Western Port Bay to the affluent Mornington Peninsula. Spend some time at the Peninsula Hot Springs, comprising 20 outdoor soaking pools in a coastal scrub setting, The region has a bounty of farm gates to visit.

    Be sure to sample the artisan cheese at Main Ridge Dairy, biodynamic fruit and cider at Mock Orchards and the Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm. Mornington is also renowned for its wine scene, and has more than 50 cellar doors and 200 vineyards.

    Suggestions on where to stay:
    105 Point Nepean Road,
    Dromana VIC 3936

    Included – Dolphin Swim Tour – Mornington Peninsula!
    Swim with the Bottlenose Dolphins in Port Phillip Bay. Our on-board facilities include change areas, toilet and a galley for serving refreshments. Tea, Coffee and hot chocolate supplied as well as wetsuits, masks and snorkels. Reef and seal swims are often part of the trips, so be prepared to see and experience much more than just dolphins. We depart Sorrento Pier (next to the main Sorrento – Queenscliff ferry terminal) twice daily at 8.00am and 12.00pm. All you need to bring is a jacket, towel, bathers (have these on under clothes on arrival), hat and sunscreen. Dress according to the weather forecast on the day. We also have blankets on-board if people get cold between swims.



    Lose yourself in Melbourne, a city loaded with hidden treasures. Behind non-descript doors in Melbourne’s hidden alleyways and laneways are creative hot spots and highly talented individuals whose crafts span all genres of art, food, fashion and design. Come prepared with a sense of adventure – you’ll need it to explore the city’s fascinating labyrinth.

    Don’t miss out on the entertainment along the Yarra River where Crown Casino and Southbank showcase some of Melbourne’s best dining venues. Why not take a free ride around the city on the City Circle Tram.


    Great Ocean Road

    Included – Skydive – up to 15,000ft Tandem skydive
    Location: Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove. Leap into the sky on your Great Ocean Road tandem skydiving adventure and surf the air currents above the surfing mecca of Bells Beach, marvelling at lush coastal bush and farmland as you freefall from up to 15,000 feet above the Victorian coastline!

    $35 APF levy payable direct on the day.