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AllSeasons campervan hire Sydney have the expertise to make your campervan or motorhome experience exceptional. We have been in the business of Sydney campervan hire and motorhome rental for 15 years and know what makes for a great camper van holiday. All our camper vans and motorhomes are custom built in our camper conversions workshop in Sydney and perfect for their role on the road. When you book with AllSeasons campervans you are traveling with a professional in campervan hire Australia.

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Camper Hire - Get on the road!We thought you'd like a quick summary of some fantastic destinations and unique adventures around Australia. Australia is a land embedded with endless possibility with a vibrant land of culture, multiculturalism, natural wonders and fantastic down to earth people it's like no other on this earth. Australia has many breathtaking wonders such as its broad desert land, unspoiled lakes, sandy beaches, ancient canyons, subtropical rainforests and magnificent coral reefs like no other in the world.

There is so much to see and do here and what better way to explore Australia then in your own 'Home away from Home'. With choosing to hire a Campervan in Sydney or Motorhome from us at All Seasons Camper vans Sydney you are choosing to explore in style with the advantage of traveling at your own pace without worrying about booking accommodation, air flights or planning your travel! Or as we like to describe it here at All Seasons campervan hire Sydney go where the wind takes you! We have given you the freedom to explore with unlimited kilometers of driving, so what are you waiting for? Go and explore!

New South Wales is the most Populated and historical state in Australia. Sydney is the foundation where the first white Europeans permanently settled in Australia. If you have been to Sydney before then you can agree that it is boasting with multicultural diversity and is an amazingly vibrant and spectacular city. Sydney is the place to be for many travelers whom would like to combine Self-indulgence and activity. Sydney has many destinations to observe such as the world famous Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, Chinese Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Tower, Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Harbour Bridge just to name a few.

Opera House - Darling Harbour

We recommend that you go and visit Darling Harbour, you won't be disappointed! Darling Harbour has many hip bars, a fantastic nightlife and loads of great restaurants or for the ones on a bit of a budget grab some yummy fish and chips and eat them at the park or the water. Situated here are the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. If you want to get up close and personal with this famous man made land mark the Sydney Harbour Bridge then you can take a Bridge climb or head to Pylon Lookout which will give you spectacular views of the city which we assure you will be a moment to be remembered for a lifetime. There are ferry rides leaving from the Harbour going to Sydney's Taronga Zoo as well as many exciting day cruises. If you are up for an adrenalin rush, then you can't miss the Jet Boat Rides which take you inside and out of the harbour. The views from the outside looking in are spectacular.

One of the most famous tourist thriving beaches in Australia is Sydney's Bondi Beach. However Sydney has more than 30 beaches on its coastline to choose from such as Manly, Cronulla, Coogee and Palm Beach where Australia's famous TV soap Home and Away is filmed. Australian BeachesBondi has a wide range of Cafe's, Restaurants and shops to browse and is the most famous on the coastline for tourists and the locals to relax and enjoy Australia's fantastic sun!

If you are in the mood for some relaxation then the Hunter Valley is the place to be. The Hunter Valley consists of more than 1000 vineyards making it one of Australia's most famous wine regions. Relax at one of the fabulous cafes or visit one of the vineyards and indulge in some wine tasting.

One of the most popular camper trailer hire Sydney destinations for our customers is the Blue Mountains. There are marvelous underground rivers, rock formations, eucalyptus forests, huge cliffs, magnificent walking trails and spectacular waterfalls. Australian RainforestFor the adventurous, there are many activities such as rock climbing, caving and abseiling, and mountain bike riding which you can participate in.

If you are looking to embark on a memorable ski adventure then you have come to the right place! New South Wales has the best two ski resorts in the country and best in the southern hemisphere Perisher Blue and Thredbo. Both of these famous ski resorts are built at fantastic locations and are renowned for their fantastic snow planes. The NSW ski season starts on the long weekend (queen's birthday) in June which is generally around the 10th. The ski season finishes on the first long weekend in October which is normally in the first week of the month. Ski at Thredbo or Perisher BlueIf you are deciding to trek down to Thredbo Ski Resort then you are up for a fantastic 500km scenic drive from the city of Sydney. Perisher Blue Ski Resort is 5 and a half to 6 hours away from the city of Sydney.

If you are heading down south you must stop in the city of Canberra. Canberra is Australia's capital territory and you can discover Australia's history, culture, national museums, galleries, institutions, rich Indigenous and farming heritage here. Canberra holds many significant buildings, museums, galleries and tourist venues for the whole family. For families visiting the area a must see is the towns famous Questacon where visitors can get up close and personal with science and technology. Canberra holds some very important national icons and shows the experiences and treasure of our country. Some national attractions that you can go and see are the Australian War Memorial which displays the sacrifice the Australians made whom served in the war. This war memorial shows the names of the men and women who died serving our country and the tributes made to them. Parliament HouseTo get an insight into Australia's political history then you have to view the Old Parliament House which is a magnificent building offering tourist a fantastic view of our controversial and dramatic political past. If you want to see some politics in action then you can view them at the Australian Parliament House which is home of the Federal Parliament. Parliament House is situated in the centre of Canberra and has a very inspiring architecture, beautiful landscaped gardens and some modern day art. Located in Canberra is also the Royal Australian Mint where you can mint your own $1 coin and watch your money being made.

Enjoy the freedom to exploreThere are also camper van Sydney Camping Grounds which you can stay on while you are there such as ACT Forests where there are campsites and picnic areas along the Gibraltar Creek. There are also some other camping grounds in Canberra such as Cotter Campervan ground, Crestview tourist park, Eaglehawk tourist park, Canberra South Motor park, Canberra Caravan Park, Namadgi National Park and many more.

Taste what Australia has to offerThe largest town among Newcastle and the gold coast (North of Sydney) is Coffs Harbour. Coffs Harbour is the best destination for families with its family friendly atmosphere and loads of things to do and see. Banana growing in this town began in the 1880's and is still a thriving business today. Coffs Harbour is famous for its 'big banana' statue which is the main reason for tourism to the area. You can also participate in the town's monthly events such as the racing club events, art gallery tours and markets which are colourful and entertaining. There are also a wide range of coastal and marine landscapes including rock platforms, reefs, islands and headland habitats. There are also some great activities which you can participate in while visiting such as playing golf, fishing, driving trails, cycle routes, steam train rides and wineries.

Visit the zoosSurrounded by sheep, cattle and large agriculture is the western town of Dubbo. Dubbo is situated at the intersection of the Mitchell (Sydney to Adelaide) and the Newell Highways. Dubbos main attraction for tourists is its famous western plains zoo. In Australia it is the largest open range zoo and it holds many animal stars such as the Bengal tigers and there are more than a thousand other animals to interact with. If you want to stay the night there is a great campervan, caravan park called Dubbo City Caravan Park on the riverbank which is approximately 5 minutes drive from the town.

With its beautifully white sandy beaches, bush and forest Jervis Bay is an attractive destination for tourists. Jervis Bay has a beautiful national park and many camper van tourists come to gaze at the popular humpback whales, southern right whales and large dolphin community. Its pristine rock formations and the best sandy beaches in Australia make it the best diving region outside of the Great Barrier Reef.

Beautiful East CoastA destination that accommodates for all kinds of visitors would be Byron Bay. With its excellent family and surfing beaches it's easy to see why so many tourists choose to visit Byron Bay. The Bay gives a feeling of commercialized Karma through the use of palm reading, massage classes, bead shops and relaxation attitude. The main types of people that you would see there would be its devotees the aged hippies, dread-locked backpackers, bleached surfers, ravers, young families, businessmen and yoga fans. Many activities that the locals and tourists like to take part in are surfing which is the main attraction here, and for beginners there are a range of surf schools here to build your confidence. Ocean Kayaking and rafting are great hits here and a great way to get up close with the dolphins. One of the 10 best Sydney camper hire diving venues in Australia is at Julian Rocks Marine Park where there are over 500 species of fish and you may even see a glimpse of a grey nurse shark. Some other popular activities that you can take part in such as mountain bike riding and hang gliding. There are also great tours that you can take that take you through the Minyon Falls, Nimbin and Protestor's Falls. Surf in AustraliaNightlife and entertainment is popular with the locals and backpackers. There are 3 pubs in the Bay and one popular to the tourists is Cheeky Monkeys.
If you decide to stay the night there are two camper van, caravan parks here to choose from such as the First Sun Caravan Park and Clarks Beach Caravan Park.



Day 1

Head South of Sydney in your Sydney camper taking the National park road from the city all the way to the coast. The trip of a life time begins today with a little bush walking, sight seeing, surfing, fishing, golf and discovering a little history whilst experiencing a big adventure.

Day 2

Firstly stop at Kiama for a relaxing cup of coffee and go to the blow hole. Visit Berry a small town with unique and quirky pubs and shops that will have you entertained for sure.

Why not hire a boat and have an island adventure at Jervis bay, popular for its clear water and white sand, also great for snorkeling, fishing, whale watching.etc.

Day 3

Today head to Narooma for the best fish and chips you’ve ever had, Narooma is also famous for its hidden fishing spots. Be sure to stop at Bega and do some cheese and wine tasting.

Day 4

Arrive at Melbourne the bustling city of Contemporary Art and Music Melbourne is packed with cafes and is the home of Sir Donald Bradman the sporting capital of Australia.


Then head for Phillip Island famous for its adorable little penguins, also visit the Koala Conservation Center and woodlands of Oswin Roberts reserve. Take a helicopter flight over Melbourne and get a bird’s eye view of Phillip Island.

Day 8

Canberra is the Capital city of Australia and offers the traveler a chance to learn about Australian history at The National Art Gallery and The Australian War Museum attracts hundreds of tourists a day.

Visit the oldest pubs in Oz for some lunch also visit old and new parliament house and see where all the big decisions are made.

Day 10

The beauty of townscape and countryside, and the climate - enhanced by over 100 years of plantings of exotic deciduous trees, "English" gardens, and annual massed displays of bulbs and perennials - gives it a unique attraction in the Australian countryside - especially in the leafy area of Burradoo with its fine houses and gardens stretching south towards Moss Vale.

Their are many historic public and private buildings, accommodation houses, boutiques, coffee shops, and restaurants - as well as famous festivals and events - attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. The very popular Tulip festival goes from September to November.


Visit the Hunter valley just 2hours outside of Sydney and experience some of the countries finest cheese and wine


The hunter valley is very popular destination for the young and old as the perfect escape from the bustling city. The hunter valley offers amazing postcard views and plenty to do, The Hunter Valley Garden tour and is a must see for any traveler, there are many vineyard why not learn about the production process of the award winning hunter valley wine also stop for some lunch and wine tasting and cheese tasting.

Day 2

Today take a stroll through one of the national parks or spend the night at a farm stay where you can help feed the baby animals and do some horse riding perfect for the whole family.

Day 3

Today return to Sydney


Day 1

Just inland of Sydney is Lithgow famous for is vineyards and craft markets on every weekend, then visit Mudgee and Gulgong they are country towns famous for the Gold rush that attracted travelers from all over the world. Retrace the steps of early pioneers of Australia and do a little gold panning.

Day 3

Today travel west of Mudgee to Dubbo western plains zoo and see wild animals in there natural habitat and feed a kangaroo, cuddle a koala. Visit the reptile park and shake hands with a seal at the seal show.

Day 5

Head to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains is without doubt the three sisters are the biggest and most popular. Tens of thousands of visitors each year either ride the Skyway across the Jamison Valley and above the Three Sisters; the Scenic Railway - which is the worlds steepest railway climbing from the very top of the Three Sisters to the valley ground floor, Join the locals and celebrate Xmas in July.

Day 9

Stop at Wentworth falls and be amazed by this hidden beauty just 30mins from Katoomba.Then head to Jenolan Caves are the finest example of limestone caves in Australia. The Wonders of the Underworld are a 70 minute drive from Katoomba. Guides will talk you through the history of any of nine show caves which are currently being shown in a brilliant new light - thanks to fabulous state of the art computer lighting technology. Special adventure caving tours are also available.

Day 10

Then head back to Sydney for some shopping or perhaps visit Sydney Harbour.