Darwin campervan hire

certificate

Why book with us?

  • Low rental rates
  • Famous brands and local fleets
  • Real reviews from real customers
  • One way rentals available
  • 7 day customer service
  • Trusted by 60,000+ customers

Read more about why we're number 1 for campervan rental


Darwin campervan rental depots

Top campervan hire locations

Brisbane Campervan Hire

143 vehicles to choose

Cairns Campervan Hire

138 vehicles to choose

Melbourne Campervan Hire

138 vehicles to choose

Perth Campervan Hire

83 vehicles to choose

Sydney Campervan Hire

138 vehicles to choose

Book your Darwin campervan holiday here and save!

Darwin campervan hire

Darwin

Darwin is Australia’s northernmost city, right up in the tropics of the true-blue Northern Territory. Home to people of any and all nationalities, this balmy state capital has a quirky and relaxed atmosphere and some interesting wartime history as the only Australian city to ever be attacked.

Darwin’s CBD is on a piece of land that hooks out into the waters of Port Darwin. A beloved tradition of Darwinites is the Mindil Beach Sunset Market, held every Thursday and Sunday night at Mindil Beach, on the ocean-facing side of the city. This event combines food from all nations with a big beach picnic as people bring blankets and enjoy the varied food stalls. The other side of central Darwin holds the revitalised waterfront area with a safe swimming lagoon, deckchair cinema and Bicentennial Park.

The city’s suburbs spread around the Darwin International Airport. Close to the CBD is the Charles Darwin National Park, a nationally significant wetland which is protected to preserve its varied plant life. Historical attractions spread throughout the city include the old Gaol at Fannie Bay, the Adelaide River War Cemetery and the Darwin Wharf precinct which was a target for Japanese bombs.

Darwin is the gateway city to Australia’s far north. In one direction is Broome and the untouched west coast, in the other is Cairns and the East Coast cities, and the Stuart Highway heads out of Darwin straight down the outback to Alice Springs Uluru and finally Adelaide. Only a few hours drive is the natural gem which is Kakadu National Park. A campervan road trip from Darwin can go anywhere!

Updated by Doug Brown

Back to top