Campervan Rental & Caravan Hire Bunbury
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Campervan hire in BunburyBunbury, though a smaller metropolis than both Perth and Mandurah, is Western Australia’s northern gateway to one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. Begin this adventure into south Western Australia’s incredible flora and fauna by greeting the fleets of bottleneck dolphins that spend time in Bunbury’s Koombana Bay. You’ll be surprised by the scientific and artistic offerings of this small city: check out the Dolphin Discovery Centre and the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery before you explore this incredible area with the help of your campervan, starting with the wineries and waterways of nearby Ferguson Valley.
Bunbury Campervan Rental
starts at AUD 88.57 per night
Alice the Ex-Ambulance
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New Rollavan RV180i Series: Camper Number 1
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Bunbury Motorhome Hire
starts at AUD 150.00 per night
starts at AUD 80.00 per night
Bunbury Caravan Hire
2 Man Camper
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Top holiday parks in BunburyIdeally located on the arm of land that stretches between Koombana Bay and its inlet along the city centre, the Koombana Bay Discovery Park is within walking distance of central Bunbury. This park is an incredibly convenient launching pad to the water- and land-based adventures of the region! The Bunbury Glade Caravan Park is another great overnight option, located just 3 km south of central Bunbury, particularly for travellers planning on visiting the Bunbury Race Course, which is within walking distance. Particularly for water-lovers, the Australind Tourist Park is an ideal site for parking your home-away-from-home. Located on the banks of the Leschenault Inlet, go dolphin-sighting, swimming, or fishing just metres from your site, and then take the short twelve-minute drive into Bunbury to experience the city’s nightlife. For travellers headed into the biodiversity of south-western Australia, the Bunbury Village Discovery Park is an excellent first step. Located ten minutes south of central Bunbury, the beach at Maidens Reserve is close by – as are the wineries of the inland.
Travellers heading into or returning from south Western Australia’s beautiful coastline will be interested in overnighting at the Mandalay Resort or nearby BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park located in Busselton, forty-five minutes south west of Bunbury along the Bussell Highway. For visitors to the city centre, free parking is available for up to two-hours at a number of convenient lots throughout the central business district, such as at Stirling Street or Blair Street. Check out this informational pamphlet for more specific information, as well as for paid all-day parking options, in order to ease your exploration of the unique boutiques that line Victoria Street and the art galleries of the Marlston Waterfront. There are numerous north-south highways and roads connecting Bunbury to its coastline neighbours; visitors headed to or from Mandurah can travel either the Old Coast Road/Forrest Highway (National Route 1) or the South Western Highway (State Route 20), which carries on to Perth. Bunbury is not called the gateway to south-western Australia for nothing. South of Bunbury, National Route 1 becomes the South Western Highway and leads inland. For a longer journey through the forests and backwoods of south Western Australia to the Fitzgerald Biosphere Reserve, take State Route 20 to its intersection with eastward bound Cornfields Highway (State Route 107) 20 km east of Bunbury. Or for a more local adventure with one of the natural wonders of the area, follow the coast southwest to Jewel Cave. Just take the Bussell Highway (State Route 10) through Busselton. Located about 150 km south of Bunbury, the journey to Jewel Cave is an ideal trip with the campervan, which will allow you to stop wherever you want along this scenic route and explore the area in depth! While there’s no need to stock up on wine before you head inland from Bunbury, you may want to fill your fridge to allow for more spontaneous travel. There are a number of Coles and Woolworths in shopping plazas along Blair Street and Sandridge Road, as well as a Woolworths in Dalyellup along the Bussell Highway south of Bunbury for southbound travellers. The Bunbury Farmers Market is also well worth a visit, whether you’re staying in or leaving the area, located just east of town on the Forrest Highway (National Route 1).
"Since we are very busy in our jobs, the camper used to sit in our driveway for long period of time and noone used it. So we had the idea to give other camping lovers the option to try and go away for a trip with a motorhome for an affordable price. We are happy with the platform, we feel supported well and our concerns are taken seriously."
"I rent out my motorhome because I don't want to have it sit in my driveway without being driven. Being in touch with the travellers is a great experience that I enjoy a lot."
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