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Perth to Broome including the Coral Coast & Karijini National Park

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Travelling North will take you along the Coral Coast which extends over 1100 kilometres of white beaches and offers the opportunity to swim with whale sharks, dolphins, humpback whales and manta rays. For the water sport lovers, there are countless opportunities including windsurfing, kitesurfing, diving and snorkeling.

If you visit the Coral Coast in Spring, the coast is alive with colourful displays of wildflowers.

If time allows, why not head to Karijini National Park, which is a day drive from Exmouth. Karijini is the jewel of the Pilbara with splendid waterfalls and emerald coloured rock pools.

These are the top places that we recommend not to miss during your trip along the coast of Western Australia, whether it is a small trip or whether is it part of a bigger journey.

Leg 1 Perth to Cervantes

247 kms | 3 hours

Sandy Cape Recreational Park Crikey Camper Hire

Sandy Cape Recreational Park

On the way to Cervantes, stop at Yanchep National Park. This is a great place for the kids, offering a koala viewing area, caves and an aboriginal experience. Cervantes is well-known for its Pinnacles Desert. You can learn all about those strange structures at the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre.

Just a kilometre from the town centre lies Lake Thetis, where you can observe stromatolites, most commonly known as “living fossils”. Those have been dated to about 3370 years old!

Further north of Cervantes, you will find Sandy Cape, a nice little spot where you swim and watch the sunset.

If you have a 4WD and Safari Camper Trailer, you can choose to stay at Sandy Cape, otherwise stay at the RAC Cervantes caravan park if you have a 4WD and caravan package.

Leg 2 Cervantes to Kalbarri

378 kms | 4.5 hours

Z-Bend Lookout, Kalbarri National Park Crikey Camper Hire

Z-Bend Lookout, Kalbarri National Park

Kalbarri is a popular stop over for people on their way to Shark Bay or Monkey Mia. There are many natural attractions to visit such as Natures Window and the Z-Bend Lookout located in Kalbarri National Park.

You can also go whale watching as the humpback whale migration happens between May and August.

Stay at the Kalbarri caravan park.

Leg 3 Kalbarri to Monkey Mia

397 kms | 5 hours

Francois Peron National Park Crikey Camper Hire

Francois Peron National Park

Monkey Mia is world-famous for its dolphins. A group of wild bottlenose dolphins come to the shore nearly everyday to be fed by humans.

South of Monkey Mia, you will find Denham and Francois Peron National Park.  This National Park offers diverse experiences, including four-wheel-driving. 50 minutes away from Monkey Mia, you will arrive at Shell Beach, where shells replace the beach sand and stretches over 100 kilometres!

Stay at the RAC caravan park.

Leg 4 Monkey Mia to Coral Bay

580 kms | 7 hours

Monkey Mia, Western Australia Crikey Camper Hire

Monkey Mia, Western Australia

In contrast to other locations, the coral reef starts right at the water’s edge. Coral Bay is a very popular holiday destination for Western Australians. It is recommended to book well in advance when traveling during school holidays. This place is a marine paradise where visitors have plenty of activities to choose from: snorkeling, fishing, swimming with whale sharks…You can even visit the reef shark nursery between October and March, which is only a 20 minutes walk from Main Beach.

Stay at the Coral Bay caravan park.

Leg 5 Coral Bay to Exmouth and Cape Range National Park

152 kms | 2 hours

Cape Range National Park, Yardie Creek, Crikey Camper Hire

Cape Range National Park, Yardie Creek

The Ningaloo reef is a long coral reef swarms with turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, humpback whales and even whale sharks. No wonder that Ningaloo Reef is listed as a World Heritage Site! Whether you like snorkeling, diving or swimming, you will not be disappointed!

Cape Range National Park supports a range of unique wildlife habitats from existing ocean reef to ancient reef, rugged limestone, gorges and cave systems. Throughout the park, there are ample opportunities to view wildlife.

You can camp within Cape Range National Park, or in one of the caravan parks in the area such as Yardie Homestead Caravan Park.

Leg 6 Exmouth and Cape Range to Karijini National Park

674 kms  | 8.5 hours

Karijini National Park, Fortescue Falls Crikey Camper Hire

Karijini National Park, Fortescue Falls

One of the big attraction of Karijini National Park is its accessibility. Simply walk 50 metres and peer straight into a deep gorge to see waterfalls and rock pools below. There are many walk trails available to further explore the gorges. Karijini’s main highlights are Fortescue Falls, Circular Pool and Fern Pool.

Stay at the Karijini Eco Retreat if you have a 4WD and Safari Camper Trailer or stay at Dales Campsite if you have a 4WD and caravan package.

Leg 7 Karijini to Millstream Chichester National Park

207 kms | 3 hours 30 minutes

Millstream Chicester National Park Crikey Camper Hire

Millstream Chicester National Park

Millstream compared to Karijini, is a more peaceful place. Nonetheless, it boasts tranquil gorges and hidden rock pools. The most popular site is Python Pool. It is one of the most important aboriginal sites in Australia!

Stay at Miliyanha Campground.

Leg 8 Millstream Chichester to 80 Mile Beach

476 kms | 6 hours

Eighty Mile Beach, Western Australia Crikey Camper Hire

Eighty Mile Beach, Western Australia

The place where majority of people stop at 80 Mile Beach to camp – it’s a beautiful beach that you can drive on (not past the high tide mark) and very popular for fishing.

Leg 9 80 Mile Beach to Broome

376 kms | 4 hours 30 minutes

Cable Beach, Broome Crikey Camper Hire

Cable Beach, Broome

Broome is a compact town to explore and attractions are all within 15 minutes drive.

Must see & do:

  • Camel ride on Cable Beach
  • Matso’s mango beer brewery
  • Fishing
  • Whale Watching
  • Pearl tour
  • Sunset
Total kilometres: 3,487
Total travel hours: 44
Travel times are estimated based on an average speed of 80km p/h and should, the maximum legal speed while towing is 100km p/h and should be adjusted to suit road conditions and weather. The travel times indicated should allow for delays due to road works, traffic, fuel, food and bathroom stops. Travel times and distances are approximate and we recommend using as a guide only, along with a published book or GPS navigational system.
Images: Courtesy of Rebina Criddle

Staircase to the Moon 2018

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When and where is it possible to witness the Staircase to the Moon 2018?

Staircase to the Moon 2018

Staircase to the Moon across Roebuck Bay in Broome.

The Staircase to the Moon is a natural phenomenon created by the full moon reflecting off the exposed mudflats at extremely low tide and creating a beautiful optical illusion of stairs reaching the moon.

The coastline of Onslow, Dampier, Point Samson, Hearson Cove, Cossack, Port Hedland and Broome are the places were you can observe the Staircase to the Moon.

Between March and October, the Staircase to the Moon happens 3 times a month. Time may vary depending on where you are and it would be best to check with your local visitor centre.

Staircase to the moon 2018 dates and time can be found below:

April 2018
Sunday 1 April18.40
Monday 2 April19.21
Tuesday 3 April20.04
Monday 30 April17.58
May 2018
Tuesday 1 May18.40
Wednesday 2 May19.24
Wednesday 30 May18.05
June 2018
Friday 1 June19.40
Friday 29 June18.24
Saturday 30 June19.13
July 2018
Sunday 1 July20.03
Saturday 28 July18.00
Sunday 29 July18.49
Monday 30 July19.39
August 2018
Monday 27 August18.25
Tuesday 28 August19.15
Wednesday 29 August20.05
September 2018
Tuesday 25 September18.01
Wednesday 26 September18.52
Thursday 27 September19.45
October 2018
Thursday 25 October18.31
Friday 26 October19.28

Source: Broome Visitor Centre www.visitbroome.com.au

Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park Crikey Camper Hire

Darwin to Perth Itinerary

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Darwin to Perth Itinerary

Including the Gibb River Road  in  28 days

1    Darwin – Litchfield     159 kms    2 hours

After visiting Darwin, head to Litchfield National Park which is home to amazing waterfalls. It is a popular day tour destination but we would recommend staying overnight in order to explore as much as you can. It is possible to swim (even under the waterfalls!) and there are many beautiful walks starting from most popular sites. Camping is available year-round at Wangi and Florence Falls. Four-wheel drive camping areas are available at Tjaynera Falls (Sandy Creek), Surprise Creek Falls and Florence Falls.

2    Litchfield NP    Non-travel day

A summary of activities you could do during your time at Litchfield:

  • swimming
  • camping
  • bushwalking
  • wildlife spotting
  • visit scenic lookouts
  • view historic ruins at Blyth Homestead and Bamboo Creek
  • four-wheel driving.

3    Litchfield NP – Kakadu NP    341 kms    4.5 hours

Kakadu is by far the most popular place in the Top End. It is Australia’s largest national park covering 20,000 hectares with stunning landscapes and amazing Aboriginal rock art sites. There are many options for campsites and would depend on how far you drive in the national park.

4    Kakadu NP    Non-travel day

Explore on foot, join a cruise or guided tour, spot crocs or birds and make a splash in one of the many waterfalls.

5    Kakadu NP – Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk NP     328 kms    4 hours

Nitmiluk National Park has 13 stunning gorges which can be explored by foot, canoe, boat or helicopter. The most popular ones are Edith Falls and Katherine Gorge. Powered and non-powered sites are available near the Gorge Caravan Park and non-powered sites are available at Leliyn (Edith Falls). If you have time for a walk, Sweetwater Pool can be reached by a short 4.5 kilometre walk from Leliyn / Edith Falls.

6    Katherine Gorge – Kununurra    541 kms    7 hours

After a long day of driving, check in at one of the many campsites available in Kununurra such as Ivanhoe Village Resort.

7    Kununurra – Purnululu NP (Bungle Bungles)    252 kms    3 hours

If time permits, make a quick stope a Lake Argyle. It is the largest lake in Australia and home to abundant wildlife. Stay at the Bungle Bungles Caravan Park.

8    Purnululu NP     Non-travel day

Bushwalking, plane or heli-tours, bus tours, station tours and more. From Bungle Bungle Caravan Park there is 70-80km of rough 4WD road to either Echidna Chasm or Cathedral Gorge. Plan ahead and allow yourself enough time to visit a few attractions. Suggested trips: Visitor centre, Cathedral Gorge and Picaninny Creek Walk – including Whipsnake Gorge and Picaninny Lookout. The park’s main feature, the Bungle Bungle Range, stands 300 metress above the spinifex covered plain and is dominated by the famous orange and black banded beehive-shaped dome. The park has limited accessible drinkable water. Good to know that our Safari Camprite trailers can hold 160 litres of drinkable water!

9    Purnululu NP – El Questro     265 kms    3.5 hours

Spend a couple of days exploring the park. Visit the thermal pool at Zebedee Springs, Emma Gorge or take a boat down the Chamberlain Gorge and fish for barramundi. Stay at El Questro’s campsite.

10    El Questro    Non- travel day

11    El Questro – Manning Gorge    344 kms    4.5 hours

Visit Barnett River Gorge en route and enjoy the hospitality of a pioneering family-owned cattle station and explore the magnificent waterholes on the property.  Look out for incredible aboriginal art on the rock walls surrounding the waterholes.

Manning Gorge is a great place to camp for one night.

12    Manning Gorge – Silent Grove / Bell Gorge    122 kms    1.5 hours

Enjoy a bushwalk and experience the tranquility of Manning Falls. Silent Grove campsite is the best place where to set up camp and to see Bell Gorge and Bells Falls.

13    Silent Grove / Bell Gorge – Windjana    179 kms    2 hours

Explore and swim at the waterfalls including Bell Gorge along the lengths of the Gib River Road. Then head to Windjana Gorge National Park and take a trip out to explore Tunnel Creek. Stay at the Windjana Gorge Campground.

14    Windjana Gorge – Cape Leveque/ Dampier Peninsula    544 kms    7 hours

The Dampier Peninsula stretches about 200 kilometres north of Broome along the partly unsealed Cape Leveque Road. You can swim in the sparkling water, go snorkeling, fishing or relax and enjoy the beautiful landscapes. Experience the amazing force of the giant tides, standing waves and whirlpools of King Sound near Cygnet Bay. Stay at Kooljaman for the night.

15    Cape Leveque    Non-travel day

Enjoy the pristine beaches and spectacular coastline.

16    Cape Leveque – Broome    210 kms    2.5 hours

Broome is a compact town to explore and attractions are all within 15 minutes drive.

Must see & do:

  • Camel ride on Cable Beach
  • Matso’s mango beer brewery
  • Fishing
  • Whale Watching
  • Pearl tour
  • Sunset

17    Broome    Non-travel day

18    Broome – 80-Mile Beach    376 kms    4.5 hours

This beach is famous for its amazing sunsets, shell collecting and fishing. Stay at 80-Mile Beach Caravan Park. It is the longest stretch of beach in WA.

19    80-Mile Beach – Karijini NP    581 kms    7.5 hours

Stay at the Eco Retreat Campsite.

20    Karijini     Non-travel day

Karijini highlights include Fortescue Falls, Circular Pool and Fern Pool in Dales Gorge. The junction of four mighty gorges – Red, Weano, Joffe and Hancock Gorges can be viewed from Oxers Lookout.

21    Karijini – Cape Range NP / Exmouth    674 kms    8.5 hours

Welcome to the Coral Coast. It offers numerous and extraordinary experiences for the whole family. Exmouth is very popular for its diving, surfing and snorkeling. You can get up close to the local whale sharks in the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Marine Park which is one of the only places in the world where whale sharks appear regularly near the shore where visitors can see them. Stay at the RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Resort.

22    Cape Range / Exmouth    Non-travel day

The Cape Range National Park is just 40 kilometres from Exmouth and offers a variety of attractions ranging from bushwalking to birdwatching. Explore Yardie Creek, a spectacular gorge, Shothole Canyon and Charles Knife Canyon.

23    Exmouth / Cape Range – Coral Bay    152 kms    2 hours

Coral Bay is a spectacular paradise which draws visitors from around the world. From diving to whale watching or simply relaxing, Coral Bay has it all. You can even swim with sharks!  This is also where sharks come to get cleaned by fish! A commercial tour is the best way for people to observe this natural phenomenon while also enjoying the other marine life that inhabits the area. You can also book a tour to swim with Mantra Rays! Stay at the Bayview Caravan Park.

24    Coral Bay – Monkey Mia     581 kms    7.5 hours

Monkey Mia is renowned for being one of the best places where to encounter dolphins. Stay at the RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.

25    Monkey Mia    Non-travel day

Spend the day relaxing and meet the friendly pod of dolphins.

26    Monkey Mia – Kalbarri    397 kms    5 hours

Kalbarri offers many natural attractions such as exceptional wildflowers in Spring and early summer. The top attractions to visit are: The Kalbarri Skywalk  is a fantastic recent addition to the National Park showcasing stunning views of the Murchison River Gorge, Nature’s Window, The Loop, Z-Bend, Hawks Head and Ross Graham Lookout. Kalbarri also offers many water sport activities such as canoeing. Stay at the Murchison Caravan Park with many sites having sweeping views across the Murchison River.

27    Kalbarri – Cervantes    378 kms    4.5 hours

The Pinnacles of Namburg National Park are the major attraction of Cervantes. Those amazing limestone structures can reach five metres and were formed between 25,000-30,000 years ago. Stay at the RAC Cervantes Holiday Park.

28    Cervantes – Perth    247 kms    3 hours

It’s finally time to head to Perth.

Check out our Perth itinerary for more information on which places to visit!

Total Kilometers: 6,671 kms
Total Travel Hours: 84 hours

Travel times are estimated based on an average speed of 80km p/h. While the maximum legal speed while towing is 100km p/h, the travel times indicated should allow for delays due to road works as well as fuel, toilet and snack stops.
Travel times and distances are approximate and we recommend using as a guide only along with a published map book.

 

Images: Courtesy of Western Australia

Power Management with a 4WD Camper Package

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Power Management for the 4WD & Safari Camper package

The beauty of our set up is that you don’t need to stay at powered campsites every night! We would recommend staying at a powered campsite once every two weeks.

The fridge runs off the battery in the car, so as long as you do a certain amount of driving each day or two, the auxiliary battery will recharge as you drive and power the fridge.
If you stay in one place for a while with minimal driving, you will need to monitor the health of the battery. There are 12v sockets in the camper trailer that you can plug the fridge into so you can give the car battery a break. This is a good option for those situations.
There is also a battery voltage monitor in the car and camper trailer so you can see how they are going.

Typically, a full battery (either car or trailer) can run the fridge for approximately 3 days without driving to recharge.

There are 3 batteries in the kit – the cranking (starting) battery in the car, the auxiliary (second) battery in the car and the camper trailer battery.

While driving (moving under load….not just the engine on with the car sitting idle), the car will recharge the batteries, first prioritising the starting battery, then when that’s full it will charge the second battery, and when that’s full it will charge the trailer battery (through the Anderson plug). Around 5 hours of driving should fully charge a flat battery.

Typically, if you are not running the fridge from the trailer, you will have approximately 3 weeks worth of power from that battery, as all you are using is the 12v water pump, recharging the 2 x LED lights we supply, and recharging your own devices such as phone’s, iPads, etc., however these can also be charged in the car as you drive.

There are 12V and USB outlets available in the 4WD & Safari Camper package.

 

4WD and Safari Camper

Crikey 4WD and Safari Camper

 

Power Management for the 4WD & Caravan Package

Dependant on your travel plans, you are not restricted to powered sites. All campers are fitted with a 110 amp battery which enables your caravan to be used on a non powered sites if required. Please note no appliances running on 240V would run in this situation. This means that the microwave, the A/C or coffee machine or toaster for example cannot be turned on if the caravan is not plugged to 240V. In this case, we would recommend hiring a small generator in order to power those appliances. Each caravan has a couple of gas burners so that you are still able to cook when staying on a non powered site. We would recommend staying on a powered site once a week in order to fully recharge the batteries.

Please note the Anderson plug with the 4WD and Caravan Package does not recharge the batteries of the caravan. The Anderson plug only allows the fridge of the caravan to run while driving. If you stay at a non powered site, the fridge will start running with gas.

Most importantly, if you are staying at campsite and not driving each day or two, you will need to monitor the health of the vehicle’s batteries (cranking and auxiliary) as the fridge will continue drawing power if not turned off. In this case we would recommend using the caravan’s fridge only.

 

Crikey Camper Hire 4WD + Caravan Package

4WD and Caravan Package. Choose the Expanda for comfort or Luxury Suite for extra comfort!

 

4WD Camper Hire

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Hire a 4WD Camper

We are the only provider hiring powerful and comfortable 200 Series LandCruisers for the recreational market in Western Australia.

– Our 200 Series are very reliable and secure (5 Safety ANCAP stars) and feature a steel bull bar providing maximum protection in the unlikely event of animal strike and you have access to 3 spare tyres.
– Our 4WD and camper package comes fully equipped for your trip. All you need to do is pack your clothes, personal items and food! This includes a First Aid Kit, 60 litre Engel fridge, Sat nav, Sat phone, UHF radio.
– Our 4WD’s come with unlimited kilometres and no-one way fees.
– Long Range Diesel Fuel Tank (138 litre)
– Dual Battery system to ensure you enough power run your electrical equipment and have sufficient power to always start your vehicle
– Comprehensive Recovery Kit including a fire extinguisher and spare parts

Keen to book?

Get a quote by emailing  info@crikeycamperhire.com.au or call us on +61 8 6364 0000

 

Caravan Hire Perth

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Hire a Caravan Perth

Jayco Expanda Caravan Hire Perth

We specialise in the hire of Jayco Expanda caravans, offering you different levels of comfort:

•    Standard Expanda caravan (5 berth)
•    Deluxe Expanda caravan with a bathroom (5 berth)
•    Luxury Suite caravan with an Ensuite (6 berth). Coffee machine with pods and portable BBQ also provided.

There is no hassle when hiring a caravan with Crikey Campers:

•    We hire well maintained, cleaned and current models.
•    All caravans come with a fully equipped kitchen, fridge, stove and microwave.
•    Generous storage space.
•    Air conditioning and heating in all caravans.
•    TV with DVD player and radio in all caravans.
•    Portable electrical brake controller also provided in the hire at no extra cost!
•    All caravans can be taken interstate.

Please note, our caravans are for sealed road use only. If you would like to go off road, check our Off Road Safari Camper trailer.

For peak season and school holidays we would always recommend to book early in order to secure the caravan for your desired travel dates.

Do you need to know what exactly comes in each caravan for hire? Then head to our rental page to access our packing lists.
We also provide extra accessories you may like to consider for your caravan hire. Visit our accessories page here.

So what are you waiting for? Get a quote now! Call us on 08 6364 0000.

Australien 4WD Camper mieten

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Geländewagen und Campinganhänger in Australien mieten

Mit Crikey Camper Hire können Sie ein 4WD Camper mieten und Westaustralien und Northern Territory entdecken.

In Westaustralien liegen die schönsten Orte und eindrucksvollsten Nationalparks oftmals abseits der geteerten Straßen und sind daher nicht mit herkömmlichen Wohnmobilen und Campern erreichbar.

Mit dem robusten und funktionalen 4WD + Safari Camper (Geländewagen und Campinganhänger) nehmen Sie Ihre Unterkunft auch bis in die abgelegenste Region mit und müssen nie auf Komfort verzichten.

Der 4WD + Safari Camper bietet deutlich mehr Platz und Stauraum und bis zum 5 komfortable Schlafplätze. Das ist ideal für Familien oder Paare. Bei längeren Aufenthalten an einem Ort müssen Sie nicht die kompletter Ausrüsttung aufs Neue verstauen. Wann startet Ihr Abenteueur? Wir haben Stationen in Perth, Broome und Darwin!

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  • Keine Einwegmietgebühren zwischen unseren Stationen Perth, Broome und Darwin
  • Kein Zuschlag für Mieten ab oder bis Broome
  • Unbegrenzte Kilometers
  • Gespannfahrten in Australien sind mit dem normalen PKW-Führerschein erlaubt
  • Komplette Campinausstattung
  • Satelitten-Telefon
  • Portables Navigationsystem
  • 60 l Kühlschrank
  • Klimaanlage während der Fahrt
  • Radio/ CD Spieler
  • 160 l Frischwassertank
  • Bettzeug
  • 3 Ersatzreifen
  • 24 Stunden Pannenhilfe

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Australien Wohnmobil mieten

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Australien Wohnmobil in Australian mieten

Wir sind ein allumfassender Fahrzeuganbieter in Westaustralien. Alle Anmietungen beinhalten einen Toyota Landcruiser und Sie müssen sich nur noch für Ihre Unterkunftsvariante in Form Ihren Karawane entscheiden!

Geländewagen und Expanda Caravan mieten

Mit Crikey Camper Hire können Sie ein 4WD Camper und eine Karawane mieten. Der Expanda Caravan ist beliebt für seine funktionelle und komfortable Ausstattung, die auch längere Reisen zu einem angenehmen Erlebnis machen. Ein ausklappbares Dach und zwei seitlich ausklappbare Betten verschaffen mehr Platz im Inneren.

Der 4WD + Expanda Caravan bietet deutlich mehr Platz und Stauraum und bis zum 5 komfortable Schlafplätze. Das ist ideal für Familien oder Paare. Bei längeren Aufenthalten an einem Ort müssen Sie nicht die kompletter Ausrüsttung aufs Neue verstauen. Wann startet Ihr Abenteueur? Unsere Station für die 4WD + Expanda Caravan liegt in Perth.

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  • Station in Perth
  • Unbegrenzte Kilometers
  • Gespannfahrten in Australien sind mit dem normalen PKW-Führerschein erlaubt
  • Komplette Campinausstattung und Küche
  • Satelitten-Telefon
  • Portables Navigationsystem
  • 60 l Kühlschrank im Geländewagen und 150 l in der Karawane
  • Klimaanlage
  • TV/ Radio/ CD Spieler
  • 90 l Frischwassertank
  • Bettzeug
  • 3 Ersatzreifen
  • 24 Stunden Pannenhilfe

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Geländewagen und Deluxe Expanda Caravan mieten

 Auf einen Blick

  • Station in Perth
  • Unbegrenzte Kilometers
  • Gespannfahrten in Australien sind mit dem normalen PKW-Führerschein erlaubt
  • Komplette Campinausstattung und Küche
  • Dusche und Toilette
  • Satelitten-Telefon
  • Portables Navigationsystem
  • 60 l Kühlschrank im Geländewagen und 150 l in der Karawane
  • Klimaanlage
  • TV/ Radio/ CD Spieler
  • 160 l Frischwassertank
  • Bettzeug
  • 3 Ersatzreifen
  • 24 Stunden Pannenhilfe

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Geländewagen und Luxury Suite Caravan mieten

The Suite bietet höchsten Komfort für Paare und Familien gleichermaßen. Neben Ledersitzen verfügt das Modell auch über Dusche und Toilette. Der 4WD + Luxury Suite Caravan bietet deutlich mehr Platz und Stauraum und bis zum 6 komfortable Schlafplätze.

Auf einen Blick

  • Station in Perth
  • Unbegrenzte Kilometers
  • Gespannfahrten in Australien sind mit dem normalen PKW-Führerschein erlaubt
  • Komplette Campinausstattung und Küche
  • Dusche und Toilette
  • Kaffeemaschine
  • Grill
  • Satelitten-Telefon
  • Portables Navigationsystem
  • 60 l Kühlschrank im Geländewagen und 150 l in der Karawane
  • Klimaanlage
  • TV/ Radio/ CD Spieler
  • 160 l Frischwassertank
  • Bettzeug
  • 3 Ersatzreifen
  • 24 Stunden Pannenhilfe

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How to choose the right 4WD Camper for your Western Australian road trip

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Ask yourself these 7 essential questions when searching for your 4WD Camper rental!

4WD + Safari Camper Package

1.    What safety features does the car have?

Let’s face it, no ones likes to break down in the middle of nowhere! Make sure you check which recovery gear is included in your 4WD hire.

2.    Is there enough room for your luggage?

The 4WD you’ve been looking at might seem nice and compact but can you fit all your equipment? Think about where you will store your food, clothes, water, bedding, cooking equipment and table and chairs.

3.    Where can you go with your 4WD Camper?

The majority of the Western Australian’s attractions are located via off road access. Make sure you are able to take your 4WD Camper hire where you would like to go!

4.    How many people?

Some 4WD’s seat 2, others 3 and others 5! Explore your options and also make sure that everybody will be comfortable! Hard seats or soft? Access to the rear passenger seats?  Space available in the 4WD? And most importantly, would you like to sleep on sleeping mats or a mattress?

5.    How big is the water tank?

It’s extremely dangerous not to carry enough water. Towns can be very far apart and drinkable water not easily accessible. On average, you should cater for 10 litres per person, per day.

6.  What is included and what costs extra?

Look at the final cost and not the daily rate! A lot of little extra’s can make a cheap rental more expensive that an all-inclusive provider. Think about the table & chairs, child seats, extra drivers’ fees and kilometres.

7.    Liability reduction options?

It’s important to know what’s covered in your 4WD Camper rental and what is not. Companies generally hold a security bond secured via credit card and also offer liability reduction options to reduce your excess.

Feeling confused? Crikey provides you with peace of mind so that you can relax and enjoy your holidays in total comfort! Our 4WD + Safari Camper package is fully equiped and designed for off road adventures such as the Gibb River Road. All you need to bring is your food and clothes!
It’s camping truly made easy!

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