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The Maui depot in Melbourne is the same office for Britz and Mighty Campers. It is in Ashley St in ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Let's Go Motorhomes depot in Melbourne is along Garden Drive in Tullamarine, which is about 5km ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The CALYPSO depot in Melbourne is located in Bond Street. Which is about 38 kms from the Airport ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Mighty Campers depot in Melbourne in Ashley St in Braybrook about 25km from the Airport and ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Britz depot in Melbourne is also the office for Maui and Mighty Campers. The depot is about ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Camperman depot in Melbourne is now in Elizabeth Street in Coburg North. It is about 19.3km ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Network depot in Melbourne is in the same location as the Calypso office. It is along Bond ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Spaceship depot in Melbourne is currently along Macaulay Street in Williamstown North, which is ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Travellers Autobarn depot in Melbourne is in King Street in Melbourne, which is around 8.1km ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Jucy depot in Melbourne is in Inkerman Street in St Kilda, which is about 31km approx. from the ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Melbourne depot for Awesome Campers is in Bond Street in Ringwood. It is around 46.3km from the ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Driveabout Campers depot in Melbourne is in Melbourne Airport. Get your Driveabout Campers ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Barefoot Camper Hire depot in Melbourne is in Melbourne Airport. Get your Barefoot Camper hire ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Australian 4WD Hire depot in Melbourne is along Freight Road. The depot is about 17.6km from ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Cruisin Tasmania depot in Melbourne is the same office as Go Cheap's, which is along 25-27 ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Go Cheap Motorhome depot in Melbourne is the same office as Cruisin Tasmania, which is along 25 ...See Vehicles Find in Map
The Great Ocean Road stretches over 240 spectacular kilometres from Torquay to Warrnambool in Victoria. Self-driving is a great way to do it and these practical tips will help you make the most of your Great Ocean Road adventure:
The Great Ocean Road can get very busy, especially during the holiday season, so planning your route before you go will mean a much easier and stress-free trip.
There are plenty of highlights to see on the Great Ocean Road, such as the Twelve Apostles (see below), Apollo Bay and the Shipwreck Coast, so ensure you decide what you want to see so you can plan your stops around it.
The caravan parks in Port Campbell and Wye River are among the best places to set up camp and are close to many of the biggest highlights of the area.
If you choose to travel during peak times, it is recommended that you book your accommodation or parks early, so that you don’t risk losing out.
It can get cold down on the Great Ocean Road, so bringing warm clothes for autumn/winter and even a light jacket and long pants in spring/summer is recommended.
Walking shoes are essential on the Great Ocean Road; treks and hikes into nearby parks and wilderness areas are popular and you won’t want to miss out!
While the campervan will hold most of your essentials, packing things like raincoats and gumboots can also be handy if you run into wet weather.
Taking picnic blankets and food supplies are also a great way to make the most of your stop-offs along the way, especially if you find a spot that’s particularly picturesque
One of the biggest attractions of the Great Ocean Road is the iconic Twelve Apostles. The best time to see them is early in the morning when they glow beneath the rising sun. If you base yourself in Port Campbell, the Apostles are only a short drive away, making it easy to get there in time for sunrise and before the crowds swell.
Ensure everything in the campervan is securely stowed before you commence driving.
Avoid driving at dawn or dusk as this is when wildlife is most active and never drive when you are tired
Only allow those listed on your rental contract to drive the campervan.
Remember, if you’re driving on a public holiday/long weekend, double demerit penalties will apply.
If you’re ready to hit the Great Ocean Road, our campervan hire in Melbourne will have you sorted in no time! To begin your self-drive adventure, complete a quote above!
A checklist on important facts before heading off on your self-drive holiday.
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