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There are the following types of vehicles available to rent:
A 6-berth, 5-berth, 4-berth, 3-berth and 2-berth campervan or motorhome will give you more space. You can find out the full specifications by clicking on the picture of each vehicle. You can check you bed sizes if you are tall or need more room.
For 3 to 5 people sharing a campervan or motorhome then you can choose an SUV with two double beds such as the Jucy Champ, or the hi-tops from Big Sky, Mighty or Apollo and Cheapa. As long as you have seatbelts for each of the passengers and you don't mind sleeping up close, then these vehicles are great if you are on a budget.
You will get more comfort if you hire a larger motorhome with shower and toilet. These campers have a combination of beds to sleep up to six people The very largest of them has a large double bed above the driver's cab, a large double or bunk beds at the rear and the table drops down to make a small double in the middle of the vehicle. Most popular are the 4 to 6 berth motorhomes from Apollo, Maui, Britz, Real RV, Cruisin and Star RV.
The busiest times for campervan and motorhome hire in Adelaide are during the summer holidays and for major events such as rock festivals or major sporting events.
24 hour confirmation is available on most booking requests. Weekends can be a bit slower.
The best time of year to hire a campervan or motorhome in Adelaide, South Australia is in the Australian Autumn which is between March and May.
The climate varies from hot and dry in the interior, to mild and wet in the south and coastal regions. Adelaide generally has mild, wet winters and warm, dry summers. It is the driest of all the Australian capital cities.
The average annual rainfall is 553 mm. June is the wettest month, averaging around 80 mm. The average rainfall in summer is around 20 mm. The average maximum temperature is 29 °C in summer and 15–16°C in winter.
Autumn (March to May) is a great time to visit Adelaide. There's plenty of sunshine and the weather is warm and pleasant. Daily autumn temperatures in Adelaide range from a minimum of 12.5°C to a maximum of 22.4°C.
You have the choice of a full range of campervans from really small sleeper cars to full size six berths. There are plenty of campsites and National Parks to accommodate all types of vehicles.
You can use Adelaide as a base to visit : The wine regions of McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley and Clare Valley.
Belair National Parkis a national park of 835 ha, 11 km (7 mi) south of Adelaide City. Cleland Conservation Parkis a large National Park of 992 ha (2,450 a), located 20 min from Adelaide City and Morialta Conservation Parks located 10 km (6 mi) north-east of the CBD.
Adelaide Hills,Kangaroo Island is a must . Flinders Ranges and Wilpena Pound. Victor Harbour, just an hour or so drive south of Adelaide. Granite Island to see Fairy Penguins. Visit the nearby surf beaches in Pt Elliot, Middletown and Goolwa. Whispering wall, at the Barossa Reservoir. Yorke Peninsula is a popular destination and less touristy than Victor Harbour, and the rugged Innes National Park at the foot of the peninsula too.
Eyre Peninsula, Visit the historic town of Port Lincoln where you can see tuna farms and go diving with Great White Sharks (in a cage) or swim with the dolphins and the seals.
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