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Awesome Van and Camper Hire

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Indicative Rate * AU$40 to AU$150

Awesome Campervans - Budget Campervans. Awesome Campers is for the backpackers and budget travellers looking for a great way to travel Australia. There is no cheaper way to travel Australia than in one of their Awesome Campers. All Campervans come with comfy beds, kitchen and loads of storage space.

They have great deals for you to enjoy on your holidays and discounts on long term rentals. They're not just affordable, they have safe and reliable quality Campervans. You won't find better value for money when renting their Campervans.

All Campervans come with air-conditioning, automatic transmission with electronic overdrive for better fuel consumption, power steering, electronic windows, electronic mirrors, compact disc player, tinted windows, sunroof, and premium 24 hour roadside assistance.

Explore Australia now in an Awesome Camper.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Depot Locations


Awesome Van & Camper Hire Pty ltd
Address:
440 Sheridan Street
Cairns North
Queensland, Australia

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Awesome Van & Camper Hire Pty ltd
Address:
20 Noble Avenue
Northgate
Queensland, Australia 4013

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Hire

Awesome Classic Campervan

The Awesome Classic Camper is one of our fun and funky Campers, with some fantastic artwork, there ideal for the budget traveller, on a “no frills adventure, there equipped with double bed, gas cooker, esky, compact disc player/Radio, and AUX, plus much more

All these vehicles have been refurbished inside from 2014 to 2016, (but they unfortunately can not guarantee the type you will be driving, not all vehicles have artwork on the exterior).

Features include:
Air-conditioning and heating in the driver's cab.
Automatic transmission.
Power steering.
Engine: 2.4 litre, unleaded petrol.
Fuel Capacity: 60 litres.
Consumption is approximately 12 litres per 100 kilometres.
Tinted windows.

Equipment includes:
10 litre water tank.
Dustpan and brush.
Fire extinguisher.
Outside table and two chairs.
Safe.

Awesome  Deluxe Campervan

The Awesome Deluxe Camper is great for any adventure – choose your campground for the night and relax you have everything you need! Featuring a double bed, kitchen, sink, fridge, dual battery system, 240 watts power outlets, compact disc player/radio and AUX/USB.
Features include:

Air-conditioning and heating in driver's cab.
Automatic Transmission.
Power steering.
Engine: 2.4 litres, unleaded petrol.
Fuel capacity: 60 litres.
Consumption is approximately 12 litres per 100 kilometres.
Tinted windows.

Equipment includes:
10 litre water tank.
Dustpan and brush.
Fire extinguisher.
Outside table and two chairs.
Safe.

Awesome Elgrand Camper

The Awesome Elgrand is custom built and fully equipped with everything two people need to Explore Australia, including gas cooker, double bed, fridge, dual battery, compact disc player/ radio, 240 watts power outlets, AUX/USB, and yes a kitchen with a sink, now that’s awesome!

It comes with lots of great features such as:

240 volt power outlet, inverter, dual batteries.
Air-conditioning and heating in the driver and back cab.
Electric mirrors.
Some campers have electric sunroof.
Automatic transmission.
Power steering.
Engine 2.6 litres, unleaded petrol.
Fuel capacity is 70 litres.
Consumption is approximately 14 litres per 100 kilometres.
Tinted windows.
Equipment including dustpan and brush, fire extinguisher, outside table and two chairs and safe.
Water tank is 10 litres.

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The rainforest-clad slopes of the Whitfield Range form a dramatic backdrop to Cairns, offering bushwalking opportunities close to the city. Walking tracks through Mount Whitfield Conservation Park climb through shady rainforest gullies and dry open forest and grasslands with cycads to the top of Mount Lumley Hill.

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