Our Sydney owner’s hire rates range from $50-$300 per night depending on the type of RV you’re looking for. Tourists may flock towards iconic landmarks such as the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, but it is the wealth of natural beauty surrounding the bustling metropolis that has captured local hearts.
Sydneysider and RV owner Chris fondly remembers his annual father and son trips to the Upper Colo River. He says it’s easy to escape the rat race: “You only need to travel an hour out of Sydney to find beautiful caravanning holiday destinations. There’s so much variety — The Blue Mountains, South Coast, Central Coast, Hunter Valley. Anywhere you want.” There is also an abundance of choice when it comes to RVs for hire.
Sydney is blessed with an abundance of coastline, bordered on the East by the Pacific Ocean with over 70 beaches in the area. For an affordable coastal holiday, you can rent a caravan, campervan motorhome or camper trailer from a local owner and drive down to Coledale beach for a fraction of the price of a resort. Or if you’re headed north, Narrabeen Lakes is a fantastic place to take the kids; you could even have the vehicle owner drop it there for you!
The perfect time to plan a Sydney getaway in a hired caravan or camper is just about anytime! Due to its Mediterranean-style climate, Sydney enjoys more than 340 sunny days per year with rainfall spread fairly evenly throughout. Local holidaymakers are spoilt for choice when it comes to getaway destinations, with plenty of holiday parks and camping grounds within an hour or two of the CBD. On Sydney’s western border lies a gateway to rural NSW with the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. In just under two hours you could be collecting a caravan from one of the locals and setting up camp nearby the majestic Three Sisters or stunning Katoomba falls.
P.S. Once you’ve hired the perfect vehicle, Sydney caravan owner Chris Munro also recommends you check out the user-generated database on the WikiCamps app
to plan your trip. Chris' local insights / comments: What are the best camping spots in the Sydney region? Why?
To be honest he'd travel an hour out of Sydney to go camping - so much variety Don't have to travel far to get out of the place it's close to great holiday destinations, beautiful - mountains, south coast, central coast, hunter valley Escaping the rat race easily Upper Colo River near Windsor - annual father and child trip Open field fresh water, half a metre deep, perfect for kids to run around ride their bikes, safe for kids, swim in the river, only an hour and a bit out of Sydney Check out the Wikicamps app - imagine if we had user generated drone footage! Watagans National Park Lake Lyle Which holiday parks are the most popular in the Sydney area?
Any of the Sydney Big4's are great for a different type of experience