Campervan Village Melbourne
195 Kensington Road
Opening Hours:Monday to Friday: 9am to 4pm
Saturday: 9am to 12pm
Sunday: Closed Book your Campervan or 4WD instantly online or Phone: 1800 121 421. We guarantee you'll have a fantastic time!
Campervan Village Melbourne is open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday. 9am to 12pm Saturday and Closed Sundays.
Looking to Hire a Campervan in Melbourne?Explore Melbourne's amazing little laneways and embrace the vibrant graffiti culture of inner-city suburbs like Fitzroy, Collingwood, Brunswick and Richmond. There's so much to see and do - and the best time of year is anytime! Around an hour from bustling Melbourne is iconic surf break - Bells Beach and the start of the incredible Great Ocean Road. Rouge Rental specialise in Great Ocean Road campervan rentals as our office is perfectly situated on the west-side of Melbourne's CBD. The Campervan Village offers fantastic value for your next campervan rental. Why not grab a camper or 4wd for your next Australian holiday? With 8 great locations around Australia, The Campervan Village is your number One choice for rentals! Hire a Campervan from the guys at Campervan Village Melbourne and check out The Great Ocean Road, or The Grampians or the secluded (yet beautiful!) Wilson's Promontory National Park!
Explore Australia in a 4WD or Campervan Rental!
Vic’s capital city Melbourne, has a cafe culture rivalling that of Paris, and an international vibrancy to match any other major city in the world. People from every corner of the globe inhabit this cultural melting pot, and you may be lucky enough to experience the strange charm inherent in an Arab man saying “Here’s your kebab” in a thick, Aussie accent. Federation Square is the city’s glass and steel centrepiece; its theatres and museums have something for every visitor. Explore Melbourne. Explore every inch, or at least as much as you can using a car rented through campervan village. Its two-century absorption of everything international has left a mark on the city which changes from street-to-street. Melbourne’s smaller sibling to the south is Geelong. Geelong will offer you a compromise between an overwhelming city and sleepy small town. Like the rest of Victoria, the twin-cities are all about Australian Rules Football, a uniquely Aussie brand of footy. Enjoy a match and a few beers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, or Geelong’s Skilled Park.
The Great Ocean Road begins further south of Geelong, at Lorne. The word ‘Great’ describing one of the most spectacular drives in the universe, is not an understatement so rent from Campervan Village self drive and take in the millions of years of erosion from the fierce, southern ocean’s wind and waves have carved epic formations into the coastline, which the road straddles precariously. The thirty kilometre stretch of ocean between Princetown and Peterborough are home to staggering arches, blow-holes and natural sculptures, such as the world famous ‘Twelve Apostles’. The North West corner of the state becomes savagely dry, where sparse grasslands and even undulating, desert sand dunes will begin to spread before your eyes. Heading north from Melbourne will take you through classic gold rush country, where people from all over the world flocked to claim the area’s treasures. Many parts of Bendigo, a town in the north, will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the days when rivers flowed with gold, convicts worked with chains ‘round their ankles and Aborigines struggled against oppression.
Hire a campervan and head north of Victoria where you will find the home to the Murray River. The Murray has dried somewhat during the last few years due to irrigation, yet it still feeds the farms that make this part of Australia the nation’s food-bowl. The river itself offers wonderful opportunities for a cruise, kayak or relaxing swim. The Murray is Australia’s heart. It’s like a rose-garden in a desert. For an insight into Australia’s violent past rent a campervan and visit Ballarat, the site of the 1854 Eureka Stockade in which downtrodden miners rose up against cruelly excessive taxation and were brutally crushed by soldiers and police in about fifteen minutes. Or drive to the small town of Glenrowan, where the bushranger Ned Kelly, made his last heroic and doomed stand against hundreds of police in 1880.
Hop back into your Cheap Campervan and visit Wilson’s Promontory National Park jutting from the south coast of Victoria like a spear, is one of the most popular national parks in the nation. It’s an isolated place and confusingly, like the rest of Victoria, can be a freezer one day and an outdoor sauna the next. Again, like much of Victoria it’s a wonderful bushwalking destination, but don’t expect the lush tropical stuff of the north. The southern bush is drier, harder, yet still beautiful. Victoria is a land of extremes, of hard angles, as uncompromising in beauty as it is in desolation. The state has something for every type of person, which is why you’ll find every type of person there, including yourself, and you won’t want to leave.
There is so much to of Australia to see and so many ways to see it. Today, even the most remote sections of this vast continent are accessible, particularly to campervan vehicles. For some, exploring Australia will mean touring the made highways and staying in motels. Others will tow their accommodation with them on a motorhome hire. Others will opt for a campervan rental with sleeping and cooking facilities, and yet other group will choose to be the true adventurers, will load a tent on top of the 4x4 hire and go bush. In all cases, some careful planning will enhance the journey immeasurably.
Since driving conditions in the outback vary greatly, you should always consider the right campervan hire Melbourne for your travel. Campervan rental are the best when it comes to exploring Melbourne. Check out our best pricing and book your travel with us. We provide the best campervan hire pricing in Melbourne for budget backpackers in Australia.