5 Tips For Your Tassie Camper Adventure

If you’re about to travel in Tassie by camper this article is simply a must read for you! Find out everything you need to know about planning your journey and points of significance along the way.

1. Get to know where to go

Before you travel, visit our suggested itinerary routes to find out where you can go on your Tasmanian adventure. These itineraries are written to accommodate the first-time visitor to Tasmania as well as those seeking a more off-the-beaten-path adventure. In the archive you will learn of Tasmania’s most iconic wilderness destinations that should not be missed from any self-drive encounter in the state.

2. Pack just the essentials in a backpack, not a suitcase!

If you’re visiting for a week or so, chances are that you won’t need to pack all but the kitchen sink. Make sure you stick to the essentials and pack them into a foldable bag or backpack instead of a suitcase to allow for more room in your campervan.

3. Book your caravan parks

If you’re travelling in summer, over school holidays or Easter, we recommend booking your caravan parks before you arrive in Tassie. This will make sure you have somewhere to connect  the van to 240 volt power at least every second night of your holiday.

4. Visit the local supermarket

Once you have collected your van from the Cruisin’ office, it’s time to stock it up with those holiday essentials. If you are collecting from the Hobart branch and going south, pay a visit to Eastlands Shopping Centre on the Eastern Shore of the city where you will find a Coles, Woolworths, BigW, Kmart and bottle shop. The shopping centre has a convenient and free outdoor parking area to leave your motorhome while you shop. Those navigating up the east coast can stop at the small suburb of Sorrell just 15 minutes from the Cruisin’ office. You will also find 2 supermarkets here with outdoor parking for convenience.

5. Know your dump points

If you’re travelling in a motorhome, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with convenient dump points around Tasmania. The National Public Toilet Map resource is a great way of identifying the nearest dump point to your current location. Most caravan parks also have facilities where you can empty your grey and black water along the way.
What are your favourite tips for travelling by camper in Tasmania? We would love to hear from you on our Facebook Page.

Useful Resources For Your Campervan Hire Holiday In Australia

Cruisin Motorhomes Rentals Australia

One of the best motorhome hire and campervan hire companies in Australia. It has a modern fleet of accredited vehicles and some of the best in class campervans and motorhomes in Australia. You can pick up campervans and motorhomes from the following locations,

Campervan Hire Cairns

Campervan Hire Brisbane

Campervan Hire Sydney

Campervan Hire Melbourne

Campervan Hire Hobart

GoCheap Motorhome Rentals Australia

GoCheap Motorhomes offers cheap motorhome hire and cheap campervans for hire in Australia. They have a clean and well maintained fleet of campervans and motorhomes that are offered at affordable prices all through the year. GoCheap Motorhomes can be hired from the following locations,

Cheap Campervan Hire Cairns

Cheap Campervan Hire Brisbane

Cheap Campervan Hire Sydney

Cheap Campervan Hire Melbourne 

Cheap Campervan Hire Hobart

Contact the Cruisin Tasmania Motorhome Rentals team to get more information on campervan hire in Hobart and motorhome hire in Hobart. The best ways to reach the Cruisin Tasmania team are,

Phone: 1300 664 485

Email: [email protected]

Enquiry Form: https://www.cruisintasmania.com.au/contact/

Get A Quote: https://www.cruisintasmania.com.au/booking/select

Visit Cruisin Tasmania’s Branches:

Campervan Hire Cairns I Campervan Hire Brisbane I Campervan Hire Sydney I Campervan Hire Melbourne I Campervan Hire Hobart

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