Visiting Australia by motorhome
Travelling to Australia in a camper van is a must in terms of travel. It will allow you to explore some of Oceania's most breathtaking places with ease and experience the 'Van Life' at your own pace. Australia is a camping country par excellence, making life easier for road travellers by offering all the accommodation you need for your trip in all the country's tourist areas.
Places to visit on your motorhome tour of Australia
Discover the list of the most beautiful destinations to visit during your motorhome tour. Memories and views guaranteed!
Great Ocean Road
Port Campbell National Park is home to some unique rock formations, including the majestic Twelve Apostles, which rise 45 metres above the sea. They are one of Australia's most photographed sites, glowing silver in daylight and red at sunset. A magical sight!
Uluru: Australia's spiritual heart
Uluru is more than a legendary place. It is from this unshakeable monolith, dominating central Australia, that the Anangu, the ancestral Aboriginal people, draw their strength. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a sacred place.
The Great Barrier Reef
There are many ways to visit one of Australia's most visited natural landmarks. They are all professionally guided to protect the integrity of this unique place. From Cairns, you can arrange a boat tour, a dive tour or a flight over the Great Barrier Reef. A visit to the Great Barrier Reef is a unique experience that should not be missed.
The Blue Mountains National Park
The Blue Mountains is a mountainous plateau located directly west of Sydney. The park takes its name from the ubiquitous eucalyptus trees that give a bluish appearance to the surrounding atmosphere. It is a little piece of paradise where hikers of all levels will find something to satisfy their desire for discovery. There are also a few climbing and canyoning spots for variety. To visit the Blue Mountains from Sydney, you can either bring your own vehicle or take a train directly from the city to the mountains.
The Yarra Valley
Less than an hour north-east of Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is one of Australia's most renowned wine regions. It is home to almost 40 wineries, ranging from small family-run operations to large corporations. Most open their cellars to the curious and celebrate the terroir at their restaurant tables.