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Campervan Hire Perth


Britz Perth are the experts when it comes to campervan hire in Western Australia. Our Perth branch is located near the airport, making it a great place to start a campervan trip on one of these classic Western Australia itineraries or to explore one of the many National Parks in WA, including world-famous Kalbarri. Keen to continue the adventure past the end of the road? Find out all about our Perth 4WD campervans and where they can take you. 


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Kalbarri National Park Rock Lookout

Kalbarri - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Explore Perth By Campervan

There are three distinct directions to travel from Perth on your campervan adventure, all providing very different experiences. Head north on this World Heritage Coastal Drive and you'll find epic coastlines all the way to Ningaloo Reef. But make sure you take the time to soak up the breathtaking Pinnacles en route to Cervantes, gasp in awe at the 400 million-year-old river gorges of Kalbarri National Park, meet the dolphins at Monkey Mia and swim with Whale Sharks in Coral Bay. For those pressed on time, the Indian Ocean Drive provides a highlight packed trip up to Kalbarri but without the driving km's, or for those keen to get the tyres dirty, try the Wool Wagon Pathway.

Pinnacles Perth WA

Pinnacles - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Heading south from Perth in your campervan drops you directly into Margaret River, WA's wine region. With over 120 world-class vineyards you're spoilt for choice in where you can sample the areas local tipples. Think laid back wineries, world-class food and pristine beaches - it's no wonder why this is such a popular place to relax and unwind.

If you've got a bit of extra time, continue on the South West Wine Trail into the ancient forests of Pemberton and soak up the fantastic coastal scenery on your way to Albany. If time allows, head all the way to Esperance, packed with stunning coastlines and an abundance of wildlife, including fur seals and sea eagles.

Head inland on the Gold Quest Trail from Perth to find your fortune at Kalgoorlie - uncover a history rich in gold prospecting where fortunes were made and dreams were crushed. Take the opportunity to don a safety hat and take a guided tour into the Super Pit, one of the largest cut mines on earth, before exploring the many other quaint mining towns all the way to Laverton.

Kalgoorlie Super pit

Super Pit - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Prefer a bit of romance and a slice of old Spain in the Australian great outdoors instead? Then we highly recommend the tranquil Avon Valley Weekender to York, Toodyay and New Norcia. Take in the serenity of Australia's only Monastic town, the opulent heritage of Western Australia's first inland settlement, and the Avon Valley's natural beauty, all within a two-hour drive from the city. 

Start exploring Western Australia by region or see all our self-drive experiences from Perth.


Campervan Hire Perth


471 Great Eastern Hwy
Redcliffe, 6104

Branch Transfer

Not available for this branch. There are excellent bus, train or taxi links from airport/city to the branch. 

Free phone number

1300 738 087 (within Australia)

Phone number

+61 8 9479 5208


Opening hours

1 September to 30 April – 8am to 4pm

1 May to 31 August – 8am to 4pm, closed Sundays


  • Good Friday (10th April 2020),
  • Christmas Day (25th December),
  • New Year's Day (1st January 2021)
  • Australia Day (26th January).

Branch Facilities

Toilet & showers, wi-fi, tourist information, drink machine, seating area, luggage storage

Nearest Supermarket

Belmont Forum Shopping Centre
227 Belmont Avenue
Ascot, 6105
Distance from branch: 9 mins drive
Phone: (08) 9478 2152

Midland Gate Shopping Centre
274 Great Eastern Highway
Midland, 6056
Distance from branch: 12 mins drive
Phone: (08) 9250 3688

Recommended Holiday Parks

BIG 4 - Perth Holiday Park,
91 Benarra Road, Caversham 6055
Phone: (08) 9279 6700  Fax: (08) 9377 4599

BIG 4 - Perth International Tourist Park,
186 Hale Road, Forrestfield 6058
Phone: (08) 9453 6677  Fax: (08) 9359 1787

Vehicle Pick Up & Return

Whether this is the first time you've taken a campervan journey or you're a regular to hiring motorhomes, our expert team will take you through how to operate your specific camper.

You can also purchase our Express Return Pack – all you have to do is drop the keys off at the dedicated desk and you can set off on your way with the minimum of fuss.

Please note - Campervans must be collected/returned by 3:30 PM. A one-way fee of AU$250 will apply for journeys not originating and concluding at the same branch. A $100 AUD surcharge will apply to all campervan rentals picking up and/or dropping off on;

  • New Year's Day (01 January)
  • Good Friday (10 April 2020), Easter Monday (13 April 2020)
  • ANZAC Day (25 April)
  • Western Australia Day (1 June 2020)
  • Queen's Birthday (28 September 2020)
  • Boxing Day (26 December)
  • A one-way fee of AU$250 will apply for journeys not originating and concluding at the same branch. 



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5 Campervan Highlights Around Perth

Ningaloo Reef

Ningaloo Reef is one of the most popular destinations for campervan travelers north of Perth. Not surprising really when you consider it’s the world’s largest fringing coral reef and merited as a UNESCO World Heritage site. One of the big differences to other coral reefs is the extremely close proximity to the shoreline, meaning fantastic access for divers and snorkelers. With warm water, and the opportunity to swim with whale sharks, turtles and tropical fish at Turquoise Bay, this 260km stretch of coastline is a campervan trip favourite from Perth. If you fancy taking it all in from a different angle, the microlite flight over the reef is highly recommended. Just don’t forget your camera!

See Ningaloo Reef on the Wool Wagon Pathway and the Ningaloo & Shark Bay World Heritage Explorer itineraries.

Ningaloo Reef - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Margaret River

It’s no wonder Margaret River is a wine connoisseur’s favourite when you find out it has 120 world-class wineries all in close proximity. Of course, this makes it a great place to relax and unwind, sipping on locally produced wines, enjoying the exquisite locally sourced food, and enjoying the views over vineyards and coastlines. An afternoon sampling wine in the local barrel rooms is a must - just make sure you have a designated driver for your campervan first! It’s not all sedentary activity in Margaret River - explore the stunning Lake and Mammoth Caves, rich with limestone and crystal features including the giant suspended limestone table or get out and hit the renowned surf beaches prevalent on this coastline. Regardless, a walk along the Indian Ocean beaches at sunset is a pleasant way to finish off a day.

See Margaret River on the South West Wine Trail itinerary.


Just 30 minutes from Perth you’ll find Freemantle, voted 7th best city in the world to visit by Lonely Planet in 2016. A hub of arty, eclectic and alternative, you won’t find yourself getting bored in this vibrant environment. Park up the motorhome and take a walk around the city taking in the trendy cafes flowing with art and music, visit the markets and taste some of the local street food or wander to Fishing Boat Harbour where you’ll find your best chance of catch of the day fish and chips and over a century of history. Visiting Freemantle Prison Tunnel Tour, you’ll uncover more of the area’s rich history as a maximum security gaol from 1887 to 1991.


If you’re looking for an idyllic motorhome holiday taking in the best beaches in WA, you can’t go far wrong with Esperance. Picture perfect sandy beaches, clear water, marine life, and stunning landscapes right behind and you will not be disappointed! Local favourites include Twilight Bay, Blue Haven Beach, Hellfire Bay, and Wharton Bay, all unique yet equally stunning in their own right. If you want the true Aussie experience of meeting a kangaroo on the beach, then head to Lucky Bay where they roam free against the idyllic backdrop. Another must-do is Spencer Lake, a naturally created bright pink lake that will take your breath away upon first glance. Chances are you’ll leave Esperance wondering if you’ll ever find such a mix of vivid colours without using an Instagram filter.

See Esperance as an extension to the Great Southern Wine Trail itinerary.

Lucky Bay - Credit Tourism Western Australia


You’ll find Kalgoorlie about 590km inland from Perth in the heart of the Eastern Goldfields. With an economy that’s been driven by gold since 1893, you’ll find a rich and glorious history to explore here – first stop the Museum of the Goldfields. Don a hard hat and take a guided tour through the  Super Pit, Australia’s largest mine at 3.5km long, 1.5km wide and 700m deep to see how mining has evolved in modern-day Kalgoorlie. For those less keen of going underground, take a walking tour and soak up the city, including Hannan Street, full of architecture and glorious buildings all bearing testament to the wealth that has been generated including the Town Hall, York hotel and Government Buildings Complex.

See Kalgoorlie on the Gold Quest Trail itinerary.

Our popular routes for Perth

Western Australia will blow you away. Head North and take the coral coast highway to discover two natural wonders, the Ningaloo Reef and Shark Bay with its abundance of sea wildlife, crystal clear water and white sand beaches. Or drive South West to the Margaret River region to indulge yourself in premium wine and food experiences. Heading further South you will encounter wildflowers, forests, deserts and you can meet dolphins and whales in Esperance. With our Perth 4WDs, you can reach any remote places in Western Australia. 

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National Parks Of Western Australia

Western Australia is home to 60 National Parks in varying sizes, all with their own unique and diverse features. Chances are you won't have time to visit all 60, so here's our top 3 to get you started. 

Karijini National Park

Formed in 1969, two billion-year-old Karijini is WA's second-largest national park. Encompassing over 6000 square kms of land, Karijini features a diverse mix of landscapes, from mountains to arid desert land, ancient cavernous gorges to cascading waterfalls. Whilst here, don't miss Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool, arguably some of the most picturesque in the area, lined with ferns and fig trees that make this a great place to relax. For those keen on a bit more adventure, visit Hancock Gorge where you can explore deep into the cavern, through narrow chambers and past beautiful rock pools. To get the best from Hancock Gorge, it's worth taking a local guided tour.

Fern Pool - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Cape Range National Park

A stone's throw from Ningaloo Reef you'll find Cape Range National Park. Featuring a mix of spectacular rocky gorges carved in by ancient rivers, and 50km of pristine beaches it's every bit a postcard-perfect image. Take the time to stop at Turquoise Bay, a popular diving and snorkelling site where the offshore reef and warm clear water - a prime location to get up close and meet the local wildlife. There's plenty to do besides enjoy the marine line, including the Charles Knife Canyon and Yardie Creek Gorge with plentiful hikes and opportunities to encounter the local wildlife. Can't fit it all into one day? There are 11 campgrounds to choose from along the coastline, so why not enjoy multiple days in this spectacular place.

Turquoise Bay - Credit Tourism Western Australia

Kalbarri National Park

One of the closer and more accessible coastal National Parks from Perth, Kalbarri is a favourite family holiday destination. Part of the Indian Ocean itinerary, Kalbarri boasts stunning coastal gorges, deep red sandstone cliffs and iconic swimming locations such as Blue Holes. For those after holiday snaps, make your way to the iconic Nature's Window, providing a perfect rocky picture frame of the below river. And on the way into Kalbarri, make sure you stop in at the famous Pink Lake at Port Gregory. Chances are you'll need a couple of days to enjoy it all properly, so pitch up at one of the many campground options in the area.

Natures Window - Credit Tourism Western Australia

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