Travelwheels Campervans - Sydney

Looking for Campervan Hire in Sydney? Travelwheels Campervans have a range of campervans to hire for two to five people!

Travelwheels Campervans are available to hire across the whole of Australia. You can hire a campervan from Sydney and drop it off in any of the following cities: Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne.

Some advantages of renting a campervan from Travelwheels: they price match any quotes from competitors; friendly staff who can advise you on which campervan suits you; free trip planners and advice on where to go; family campervans which meet Australian Child Seat Belt Laws and a range of campervans to hire for all budgets. No hidden costs, everything is included in the price!

Travelwheels looks forward to travelling with you on your Australian Adventure!

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Car and Campervan Rental Campervans and Motorhomes Travelwheels Campervans offer five different styles of campervans to rent for two to five people in one of seven locations Australia wide: Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, or Melbourne.

All campervans are air-conditioned, have power steering, sleeping and cooking facilities, and come with all the equipment included in the price.

Travelwheels offers affordable pricing, one way hire, roadside assistance, unlimited kilometres, various insurance options and excess reduction waiver available.

Travelwheels operates Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 6pm, and Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
Facilities: Air Conditioning, Air-conditioning, Automatic transmission, Camping Equipment, Full kitchen and cooking facilities, Kitchenette, Crockery/Cutlery, Double Bed, Fire Protection Equipment, Freezer, Fresh water, Refrigerator, Global Positioning System, Linen Not Supplied, Manual transmission, Microwave oven, Outdoor furniture, Power steering, Queen bed, Radio/cassette player, Stereo/CD player, Unlimited Kilometres.

Travelwheels Campervans

Address 11-15 Clevedon Street Botany, NSW 2019