Australia Camper Van Rental, Rent Camper Australia- Waterways Travel

Australia has more coast than Australians know what to do with. The popular spots in the major cities are often crowded, but the nooks and crannies and miles of relatively empty coastline are loaded with every kind of surf spot you can imagine, and the best way to get into those nooks and crannies is to rent what the Aussies call a “Combi” and what Americans call a camper van, or a recreational vehicle. WaterWays works with Maui Rentals and Britz offering 2 – 6 berth camper vans or 4X4 Surfari vehicles that give you the freedom to get out there and get into it and explore as much of the coast and countryside as time will allow.

Maui Motorhomes are made by Australians, for Australian conditions so they are built tough, but comfortable. All models are self contained with comfortable beds, kitchens, refrigerators, etc.
The Spirit 2 Grande and Spirit 2 T/S are two-berth camper vans perfect for married couples or you and your best mate. The Spirit 4 is a larger, four-berth camper van that can accommodate a family of four, or four surf-crazed road warriors; or a couple people looking for a bit more space.
The Spirit 6 is what Americans call an RV. It has three double beds, a shower and toilet, gas stove, fridge and even a DVD – so you can watch Morning of the Earth or the latest Taylor Steele movie and get all fired up for the next day’s session.
The Spirit 4WD is custom-made for getting “out there” and back, in safety. This is a heavy duty 4X4 surf explorer with a 4.5L Turbo diesel V8, 5 speed manual, AC/DC, duel fuel tanks, double bed, refrigerator for keeping the coldies cold, gas stove for boiling bugs or prawns from the fishing boats, sink for rinsing off fruits and veggies bought from smiling farmers at road-side stands and a solar shower for rinsing off the sweat of the turf and the salt of the surf.

Britz is an Australia/New Zealand “hire car” agency that rents everything from off-road motorcycles to cars to six-person motorhomes. Britz has rental locations throughout Australia / New Zealand and any kind of vehicle you can imagine. Australians learn to respect the nether regions of their country – the Outback is not a place to be trifled with. All of these vehicles are road-hardened and equipped to handle anything the Australian roads and offroads can throw at you.
The Rookie is a two-berth Volkswagen Rookie, essentially a mini-van which open to a tent in the back, to extend the living space. Perfect for two people and one child going on a festival or a surfing trip.
The HiTop is a three-berth Toyota Hiace camper van with a double bed, a single bed for a child and all the mod cons, including gas stove, fridge, microwave and solar portable handheld shower. Perfect for a cruisey trip up the coast. Or even down the coast.
The Voyager is a stretched, four-berth Toyota Hiace camper van that will take on four adults, or four surfers, or even four adult surfers.
The Elite is a two-berth Mercedes or Volkswagen camper van that accommodates two people in comfort bordering on luxury.
The Explorer is a four-berth Mercedes, Volkswagen or Iveco camper van suitable for four people, or mom and dad and two kids.
The Escape is a five-berth Mercedes camper van with a rollout awning for staying out of the sun, CD player, DVD, the works. You and your friends can get into heaps of trouble in The Escape.
The Frontier is a six-berth Mercedes camper van with large windows so the first thing you see in the morning will be lines of swell marching into Lennox Head or Bells or Margaret River.
The Bushcamper is a three-berth Toyota Landcruiser custom-equipped for turning off the Eyre Highway and heading for the coast and whatever awaits there in the back of beyond.
The Safari is a five-berth Toyota Landcruiser 4WD Workmate Wagon specially equipped with stove, fridge, solar shower and enough traction and horsepower to get you out of trouble as fast as you got into it.
The Adventurer is a five-berth Toyota Landcruiser 100 specially equipped with “heaps of bonus extras” including a ground tent and a tent on the roof, because sometimes you don’t want to be sleeping on the ground in Australia.