Campervan Rental in Queensland

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Campervan and RV Rental in Queensland

Sun-soaked Queensland is home to the world-famous Great Barrier Reef, a 135-million-year-old rainforest, and the iconic Australia Zoo, just to name some of its many attractions!

Australia's sunshine state is the perfect place to explore in a campervan or motorhome rental!

From Brisbane's beaches to the magnificent Gold Coast, there is always something to see in Queensland from your campervan or motorhome. Soak in the splendor behind the wheel and nature as you drive your campervan across an unforgettable road trip in Australia .

National Parks in Queensland

Queesland is home to Daintree, the oldest rainforest in the world. The welcoming visitor center at Mossman Gorge has easy access via a shuttle bus to the 130-million-year-old gorge, where you can take a walk, snap photos, or even go for a swim.

If you want beachside views, take your campervan or motorhome rental to Noosa National Park along the Sunshine Coast. The wildlife sanctuary is home to a breathtaking eucalypt forest and plenty of native Australian plants.

At Great Sandy National Park, you can explore sand cliffs, catch fresh fish and canoe, or hike through the surrounding stretches of rainforest.

Queensland's Coastline, Lakes, and Rivers

Queensland's most iconic destination is the Great Barrier Reef along the Gold Coast. You can snorkel, scuba dive, or catch a reef boat tour in Cairns.

When you're in a campervan or motorhome rental, it's easy to access some of Queensland's amazing lakes and swimming holes. Noosa Main Beach is open to swimmers year-round and is located near a strip of shops and restaurants. Park your campervan rental and take a dip in Lake Eacham, north of Cairns, which also boasts plenty of opportunities to bird-watch and canoe. 

If you prefer something more tropical, immerse yourself in Cardwell Spa Pool. Its water’s color ranges from pale blue to vibrant turquoise, depending on the season.

Campgrounds in Queensland

Queensland has plenty of campgrounds to park your campervan or motorhome. You can drive your rental to a rainforest, settle in by the beach, or find a spot in the middle of a national park.

The BIG4 Breeze Holiday Parks – Rainbow Beach is home to the world's largest sand island. If you're going to drive on the beach in the national park, you'll need to get a permit from the local Shell Service Station.

If you want a place to park your campervan rental or relax in your motorhome close to nature, Fraser Coast RV Park is a welcoming spot. Nestled along Queensland's south-eastern coast, it has easy access to the stunning Fraser Island, a World Heritage site perfect for swimming, hiking, mountain, and whale watching.

Make sure to double-check Queensland campground's policies on campervan parking, as well as accessibility. You may need to book in advance. 

Find out more about our top tips for traveling by campervan in our camping guides ! Our how-to guides make the perfect starting point for anyone considering a campervan or motorhome rental for their next Queensland getaway.

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