Campervan Hire Perth

MyDriveHoliday has 9 operators with depots in Perth. Most offices are close to the airport and easily accessible by taxi, bus or train from the city.

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Perth Motorhome Rental Brands

The Maui depot in Perth is along Great Eastern Highway in Redcliffe. It is the same office as Britz ...

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The Let's Go Motorhomes depot in Perth is along Murray Road North in Welshpool, which is about 5km ...

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The Australian 4WD Hire depot in Perth is along Parri Road. The depot is about 31.3km from the ...

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The Mighty Campers depot in Perth is along Great Eastern Highway in Redcliffe. It is the same ...

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The Britz depot in Perth is in the same location as the Maui and Mighty Campers office. The depot ...

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The Travellers Autobarn depot in Perth is along Adrian Street in Welshpool, which is about 8kms ...

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The Network Rentals depot in Perth is in Buick Way in Joondalup. The depot is about 41km away from ...

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The Awesome Campers depot in Perth can be found in 52 Prindiville Drive. It is about 28.1 km from ...

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Driving from Perth to Darwin

Perth - Australia, King's Park

Driving and campervanning through Western Australia and the Northern Territory is a magnificent way to discover Australia’s remote yet spectacular outback plains.

Getting to Darwin


Driving from Perth to Darwin can take anywhere from 40 to 60 hours, depending on which route you choose to take. It’s best if you split your campervan drive up into a few days or weeks, which means the drive will be much safer and you’ll have enough time to make the most of the destinations and attractions along the way.

Driving the Inland Route


Alternatively, if you prefer to travel through the outback rather than along the coast, you can take your driving journey further inland towards Kalgoorlie (a great place to stop) along the National Highway and the Great Northern Highway.

On this route, you’ll pass through dazzling lake areas and red terrains, as well as amazing parks, like Collier Range National Park. Simply follow the highway all the way north until you reach Port Hedland and then Broome. This route will generally take less time than driving along the coast, however, it can be much more remote.

Towards Darwin


Once you reach Port Hedland or Broome (from whichever route you choose), the best way to get to Darwin is to continue along the highways (Great Northern, Victoria, Stuart), which will take you across the state border and straight into Darwin.

Of course, you can stop off anywhere you like along the way, with memorable destinations like Derby, the Bungle Bungle ranges, Lake Argyle, Katherine Gorge and the Kakadu National Park on offer.

Driving Via South Australia


Driving east from Perth to Port Augusta in South Australia and then heading straight north (along the Stuart Highway) through the centre of the country is also a fantastic way to get to Darwin.

Here, you’ll get to see central South Australia, with towns like Cooper Pedy to explore, before crossing into the Northern Territory, where you’ll be able to stop at Alice Springs and its surrounds. This drive can be a life-changing adventure, particularly if you’re keen to make the most of Australia’s red centre.

A Few Campervan Driving Tips


  • Depending on which roads you choose, the Perth to Darwin drive can be very remote, so be sure to prepare well, get to know the driving times/distances and plan where you will stop/stay in advance

  • Make sure you have enough fuel in your campervan to get you from A to B, since petrol stations can be few and far between, and be sure your campervan is able to survive the drive

  • Stocking up on supplies is also a good idea, as shops and facilities can also be scarce, particularly in remote regions

  • Be wary of venturing off the main roads and avoid driving after dark; if you choose a remote route, tell someone where you are going and if you get stuck, stay with your campervan!

Are you keen for a driving holiday?

Are you keen for a driving holiday? MyDriveHoliday offers a range of motorhomes for hire in Perth, as well as in Broome, Darwin and Alice Springs.

Things you Need To Know in Perth

A checklist on important facts before heading off on your self-drive holiday.

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