Britz Campervans and 4WD

Multiple Locations

Indicative Rate * AU$69 to AU$426

Whether you're after an exciting family adventure or an intimate break for two, Britz Campervans and 4WD has the right vehicle for you.

Britz campervan has the widest range of vehicles in Australia to suit your holiday needs and budget including four wheel drives for those who really want to get off the beaten track.

A Britz holiday is all about fun, adventure, excitement, new experiences, meeting people and spending time with family and friends. With your accommodation and transport all in one, a campervan holiday is a very affordable way to travel. All living and cooking equipment is provided, so you can travel with ease, flexibility and freedom.

Britz campervans sleep from two to six people and feature comfy double beds, a gas stove, fridge, microwave, and in many cases, a toilet and shower. Just choose a destination and you'll be ready to get out there and Britz it!

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily10am - 4pm
SundayClosed

Depot Locations


Cairns Branch
Address:
419 Sheridan Street
Cairns North
Queensland, Australia

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Brisbane Branch
Address:
21 Eagle Court
Eagle Farm
Queensland, Australia 4009

Our Hire

Safari Four Wheel Drive - 5 Man Tent

Go wild in this true outback four wheel drive. With a cleverly designed slide-out kitchen unit plus a large tent, awning and roof rack, you will be King or Queen of the off-road!

The Challenger Three Berth Four Wheel Drive provides outback comfort. Enjoy this 'room with a view' with your large double bed. Custom-built for indoor/outdoor living, this vehicle features external cooking facilities for you to really experience the great outdoors.

Britz Voyager

If you don't think you will use the extra facilities such as toilet and shower, the Voyager is a very economical option for a family of four. With two large double beds this campervan is very light and airy. The automatic transmission is also popular.

HiTop - 2 berth

The HiTop is the cheapest campervan in the Britz range. It's cute and compact but still features basic facilities such as a fridge, gas stove and microwave. The HiTop is great for a couple on a cruising trip up the coast.

Explorer - 4 berth

For a couple wanting a bit more room the Explorer is the way to go. Featuring two double beds this vehicle is great for families too, with the convenience of a toilet, shower and all the mod cons!

Frontier - 6 berth

Mum, dad and the kids, or even three couples will enjoy the open road in this campervan, complete with mini kitchen and bathroom.

Venturer - 2 berth

The Venturer is a fantastic option for the couple who want to travel in comfort. With its flexible and spacious bed configurations, Exterior slide out barbecue, LCD and DVD player, and toilet and shower facilities on board it a true home away from home. Automatic transmission and loads of storage complete the package.

Cars and car groups are subject to availability and may vary by location. Bookings can only be accepted by car group, not by specific make, model or colour.

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Mount Scoria Conservation Park

Thangool, Banana Area
Free Entry
Mount Scoria rises up from the surrounding cultivated plains, a single and spectacular highlight against an otherwise flat landscape. Across its peak, multi-sided rocks are regimented into large vertical and semi-vertical pillars or columns, blunt at the top as if they’d been cropped.

Goovigen

Goovigen, Banana Area
Goovigen is a small rural village in the region’s northern farming heartland. A short distance north-west of Jambin off the Burnett Highway, fewer than 300 people live in the town. The streets of Goovigen are as neat as a pin and the heritage buildings have been either restored to their former glory or updated for present needs.

Thangool

Thangool, Banana Area
More than 130 years in the making, Thangool first opened to settlers, who tried it as a sheep run in the 1850s. Soon to fail, beef cattle were introduced and later, dairy and cotton took hold. Based on the success of these industries, a make-shift town sprang up.

Mount Morgan

Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Area
Mount Morgan is an historical mining town nestled on the Dee River a short 38 kilometre drive from Rockhampton. The town is rich in nineteenth century Queensland colonial history and has artefacts and relics from the gold rush days that visitors can experience.

Duaringa

Duaringa, Central Highlands Area
Duaringa is located 107 kilometres west of Rockhampton along the Capricorn Highway. The small town is the essence of a small rural community. Duaringa is the oldest township in Duaringa Shire with buildings dating back to the 1860s and a corner of the local hotel has been preserved to show how early pioneers lived.

Callide Dam

Dumgree, Banana Area
Free Entry
Callide Dam is located 12 kilometres from Biloela via sealed road and approximately 90 kilometres south-west of Gladstone via the Dawson Highway. While compact, the lake provides visitors with rewarding fishing - especially for golden perch (yellowbelly) and barramundi.

Moura

Moura, Banana Area
Moura is a central point and vibrant community for the people who serve its local industries – the farmers, growers and miners and their families that help to make Queensland great. Lying in the heart of the Dawson Valley, not far from the Dawson River, its parklands and public facilities, festivals and events, river fishing and water sports attract thousands of visitors each year.

150th Meridian

Moura, Banana Area
Free Entry
Located one kilometre east of Moura on the Dawson Highway, the 150th Meridian marker shows the position of the imaginary line (150 °E) on which Queensland (Eastern Standard) time is based. At the time of the equinox, a day is exactly 12 hours long anywhere on the Meridian line.

Banana

Valentine Plains, Banana Area
Visitors are always a little baffled by the town’s unusual name, particularly as there isn’t a single banana tree in sight. A dun-coloured bullock is responsible for that. A favourite of local stockmen in the 1860s, Banana the bullock, so named for his yellowish colouring, would help herd wild cattle into holding yards.

Jambin

Jambin, Banana Area
A rural hub with a pub to service weary travellers, Jambin is on the Burnett Highway just south of Smoky Creek. Part of the Callide Valley, the town is wedged between the Callide Creek to the west and the highway to the east, making it a picturesque spot to stop.
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