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Campervan Hire Tasmania


There's so much to explore in Tasmania, and the vibrant city of Hobart is the perfect place to kick off your campervan hire. With lively art, a dynamic culinary scene, and an abundance of incredible natural attractions, Hobart is a small city with big ideas.

With 5 distinct regions on the island, there is something new waiting to be discovered around every bend of the road. From Launceston, rich with heritage estates, outdoor activities, and world-class mountain biking, to the East Coast, renowned for its spectacular 220km coastal drive, and the West Coast with its iconic national parks and historic towns.

The best part? Everything is so close, making Tasmania the perfect place to explore by campervan. For more inspiration, check out one of our customer's epic road trips through Tasmania. Hire affordable and comfortable campervans for your next Aussie road trip at Britz Hobart. It couldn't be easier!

 

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14 Long Street

Cambridge, TAS 7170
Australia

Brisbane Branch

Hobart Branch Information

The Hobart Britz Branch is equipped with everything you need to ensure an easy start and end of your trip.

  • Toilets
  • Free unlimited WiFi
  • Power outlets for charging your devices
  • Drinks vending machine
  • Filtered drinking water
  • Local staff on hand to give suggestions and tips on great places to go and things to see

The branch is accessible via a short walk (400m) from the airport terminal. Parking is available at Airport Undercover Parking (94 Kennedy Drive, Cambridge), located 3.1km from the branch. Please organise parking directly with Airport Undercover Parking on (03) 6248 5882.

  • Monday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Tuesday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Wednesday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Thursday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Friday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Sunday: Open to meet customers with pre-confirmed bookings and pre-arranged pick-up time slots

After-hours drop-off is available upon request - please contact our Booking Hosts on 1300 738 087 (+61 2 6698 4031) to arrange.

Please note, between 1 July and 31 August the Hobart branch is open by appointment only; to meet customers with pre-confirmed bookings and pre-arranged pick-up time slots.

Vehicles must be collected/returned at least one hour before closing time.

Vehicles must be collected/returned at least one hour before closing time.

Whether this is the first time you've taken a campervan journey or you're a regular to hiring motorhomes, our expert team will be on hand to answer any questions you have before heading out on the road.

You can also purchase our Express Return Pack – which means at the end of your hire, you don’t need to fill up the gas bottle or fuel tank. And, if you’ve also purchased the Liability Reduction Option or Inclusive Pack, take advantage of our express key return service and just drop the keys off at the dedicated desk and set off on your way.

A location fee of AU$100 applies for hires picking up or dropping off in Hobart.

Where pick-up originates or returns to Hobart from another location, a one-way fee of AU$165 will apply.

A $100 AUD surcharge will apply to all campervan rentals picking up and/or dropping off in Hobart on;

  • Easter Monday
  • ANZAC Day
  • Queens Birthday, Hobart
  • Boxing Day
  • Royal Hobart Regatta
  • 8 Hours Day

Refer to the Rental Agreement for exact dates.

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Hobart Campervans for Hire

You'll be pushed hard to find somewhere as beautiful and varied as the island state of Tasmania. Britz Hobart is the expert for campervan hire in this glorious destination. Collect your camper from our Hobart depot and hit the road, once you start exploring, you'll realise how extraordinary this place truly is.

Why travel with Britz campervans

Britz Australia is perfect for a family getaway, an adventure with mates, or a couple's escape. With plenty of space for the grown-ups, the young ones and even the dog, our fully self-contained campervans have everything you need for unscripted holiday experiences. Book and travel with confidence when you choose Britz.

Many Options

We’ve got every travel style and budget covered across our motorhome fleet, ready for your adventure.

Local Pick-Up

Pick-up from 10 branches nationwide; it’s never been easier to grab a camper and and start experiencing Australia.

Book with Confidence

Travel before March 31st 2022 with just a $250 deposit, no cancellation fees until 7 days out, and refund options if COVID-19 restrictions prevent your travel.

Supported Travel

We’re with you on the road via: Help videos, navigation tools, and 24/7 phone support via our thl Roadtrip technology.

Safe Travels

Your health and wellbeing are our number one priority. Certified as a COVID Clean Practicing Business; have total peace of mind when you collect from our branches.

Branch Parking

Recommended parking options near our branches for ultimate convenience at the start and end of your trip.

Pet Friendly

Options to bring along your furry friends when you pick-up with Britz Australia.

and Trust Us … 

We’ve been delivering unforgettable holidays for over 30 years and have an average rating of 4.5* across 20,600+ reviews.

Hobart Campervan Deals

Our popular routes for Hobart

Ready to indulge in the ultimate Tasmanian escape? Choose one of our recommended itineraries to learn about the island’s history at Port Arthur, experience the wilderness of Australia’s most spectacular mountains such as Cradle Mountain and the gleaming beaches that can be found in Freycinet National Park. If you are a wine lover, taste the freshest food and wine in the Tamar Valley and immerse yourself in the unique flora and fauna of the island. And be sure to meet one of the famous Tasmanian devils.


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Things to do in Tasmania

Tasman Peninsula
Tasman Peninsula

The Tasman Peninsula can be seen on a day trip from Hobart, but we recommend carving out a few days of your trip to really explore this picturesque spot. Escape the city for a jam-packed weekend of unreal scenery, native wildlife, and local cuisine. Only a 1.5-hour drive from Hobart, the Tasman Peninsula is popular for visitors. Home to pristine beaches, rolling hills covered in gum trees, towering sea cliffs, national parks, and an abundance of native animals, there is something for everyone when exploring the Tasman Peninsula. While you are here, visit the Port Arthur Historic Site, do a wilderness cruise and get up close with the Tasmanian devils.

Freycinet
Freycinet

On the east coast of Tasmania lies Freycinet National Park. Explore the wild beauty of this peninsula as you traverse the pure white beaches, azure bays, and pink granite mountains. The towering pink mountains, known as the Hazards dominate the landscape of this destination, and below them lie the placid blue waters of Wineglass Bay. Keen hikers flock to the coastal forests, while foodies indulge in local seafood and wines.

Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain

Located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Cradle Mountain is one of the most popular natural attractions in Tasmania. Belonging to the Tasmanian World Heritage Wilderness Area, the surrounding landscape of Cradle Mountain is extremely diverse, including rainforest, grassland, and ancient plants. The park is also home to an abundance of local wildlife, such as Tasmanian devils, platypus, echidna, quolls, and several bird species. With many great walks to choose from, there is an opportunity for everyone to explore firsthand, the rugged and wild beauty of Tasmania.

Tasmania's Wild West Coast
Tasmania's Wild West Coast

Home to wild rivers, ancient pine trees, and giant dunes, the west coast of Tasmania is famously wild. If you're chasing the rush of adrenaline, experience a white-water rafting expedition down the infamous Franklin River. For something more laid back, cruise down the magical Gordon River or hike past 1000-year-old Huon pines in one of the last temperate rainforests in the world. Known as one of Australia's last wilderness frontier's – be sure to include a trip to this region on your next Tassie road trip.

Nature is what Hobart and further Tasmania do best. With 19 national parks scattered throughout the state, you are spoilt for choice. From quiet beaches, bush walks, towering mountains, curious wildlife and an abundance of flora and fauna - Tasmania's national parks are a nature lover's paradise. As well as Freycinet, Cradle Mountain, and the Tasman Peninsula, there are even more incredible and notable national parks to explore on your Tasmania Road trip.

Maria Island National Park
Maria Island National Park

A wildlife sanctuary and off-shore retreat, Maria Island is a must-see spot for anyone travelling to Hobart and Tasmania. Located off the east coast of Tasmania, and only accessible by ferry, Maria Island is the perfect spot for a day trip. Spend your time here exploring the many walks through buildings and ghost towns, before heading to discover the peaceful shoreline and its wealth of tidal zone marine life.

Mount Field National Park
Mount Field National Park

Just over an hour out of Hobart lies Mount Field National Park. As Tasmania's first national park, and one of the most accessible in the state, Mount Field is not one to miss! With stunning views, great walks, and abundant wildlife, Mount Field is a popular spot for all kinds of nature lovers and travellers.

Ben Lomond National Park
Ben Lomond National Park

Although an all-year-round park, Ben Lomond truly shines in winter. Home to one of Tasmania's two ski fields, snow sports enthusiasts can spend their time here skiing the slopes of their majestic mountain. If you are visiting after the snow melts, be inspired by the beauty of the rocks set against incredible views. There are incredible walks and rock-climbing experiences to better acquaint you with this off-the-beaten-track gem.

Australia's littlest capital city is packed full when it comes to things to do. Hobart offers a blend of heritage and lifestyle, alongside word class activities and natural attractions. Below are a few of the highlights, check out a full list here.

  • See the view from the summit of kunanyi (Mount Wellington)
  • Visit Salamanca Place & Salamanca Market
  • Take a day trip to Port Arthur Explore MONA
  • Discover the Battery Point Sculpture Trail
  • Stroll through the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
  • Take a day trip to Bruny Island

Tasmania is one of the easiest places to explore by campervan. With over 50 caravan parks around the state, you are sure to have a true wilderness experience on or off the beaten track! Check out a full list of the best campervan locations in Tasmania here.

If you are staying at any BIG4 or G'Day Holiday Parks, don't forget that you can get a 10% discount on your stay when you check in with a Britz camper!

We recommend downloading thl Roadtrip app (powered by Campermate) before you hit the road. The ultimate travel companion; the thl Roadtrip app provides everything you need to help find places to stay and play across Australia, including the closest campgrounds for campervans on your route.

Looking for something to do in Hobart? This destination is an epic place to explore, whether you're parked up here or just passing through. Check out our list below and immerse yourself in the different experiences on offer through in Hobart and further Tasmania.

  • The inaugural Taste of Summer festival is the perfect chance for you to experience the best of Tasmania's food and beverage offerings in one location. Running over the New Year period, be sure to check it out and sample over 80 of the finest eateries, breweries, wineries and distilleries.
  • Enjoy a scrumptious weekend sampling the best of the East Coast's food and drink, with a background of surf, sounds and fun at the Bicheno Food and Wine Festival.
  • Effervescence, Launceston: join the best sparkling wine producers in Tasmania for a weekend of celebrations!
  • The annual Tulip Festival is a celebration of the colour, beauty and charm of the tulips that adorn Table Cape. A festival of sense stimulating events celebrating the flush of spring colour in the small coastal town of Wynyard, this event is a must see if you're passing through.

Hobart experiences four very distinct seasons, each with its own beauty. Summer time in Tasmania is the season of festivals and the busiest time of the year. Autumn is one of the best times of year to tour and explore by foot. The days are calm and sunny and the nights are cool, with an abundance of autumn colours taking over. Autumn is also a great time to visit for foodies. Winter is great for a cold escape, relax indoors by a fire or explore winter storms beachfront. Spring brings the return of long, warm days contrasted with fresh cool nights. The gardens are in bloom and the rivers are abundant with trout.

 

Summer in Hobart (December – February)

During summer in Hobart, average temperatures range from 11-21 degrees. January and February are also the driest, and beaches are perfect for swimming!

 

Autumn in Hobart (March-May)

Autumn has many calm, sunny days, with average temperatures between 9-17 degrees. The city is cloaked in deep red and yellow hues as the trees begin to change.

 

Winter in Hobart (June – August)

During winter, Tasmania feels the southerly winds blowing from the Antarctic and experiences some of the coolest temperatures in Australia. Mount Wellington is dotted in snow and average daily temperatures range between 5-12 degrees. Nights get chilly with temperatures dropping as low as 3 degrees.

 

Spring in Hobart (September – November)

During Spring, temperatures range from 8-17 degrees. This is the wettest season of the year.

What’s included in my campervan rental? 

We include everything you need to live and sleep comfortably in your camper. Check out our full list of inclusions here.

We include everything you need to live and sleep comfortably in your camper. Check out our full list of inclusions here.

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What is the closest caravan park to the Hobart Branch?

Brisbane Gateway Resort

200 School Rd, Rochedale, QLD

26km south of the Brisbane branch

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Brisbane Gateway Resort

200 School Rd, Rochedale, QLD

26km south of the Brisbane branch

Visit their website

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Where is the best supermarket for me to stock up on my groceries after I have collected my camper?

We recommend you wait until you have picked up your camper before doing your grocery shopping. That way you will know exactly how much room you have in the fridge and pantry first. Once you have your camper, we suggest you head to the Woolworths DFO, located at 1 Airport Dr, Brisbane Airport QLD 4007. This is the best supermarket to access in a campervan.

We recommend you wait until you have picked up your camper before doing your grocery shopping. That way you will know exactly how much room you have in the fridge and pantry first. Once you have your camper, we suggest you head to the Woolworths DFO, located at 1 Airport Dr, Brisbane Airport QLD 4007. This is the best supermarket to access in a campervan.

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Can I change the drop off destination during my hire?

Yes, the option is there, but first, you will need to contact our Booking Hosts on 1300 738 087 (+61 2 6698 4031) for authorisation. Subject to the change being approved, there may be an additional charge to do this.

Yes, the option is there, but first, you will need to contact our Booking Hosts on 1300 738 087 (+61 2 6698 4031) for authorisation. Subject to the change being approved, there may be an additional charge to do this.

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