Taxi from Domestic Airport to banch – Approx $25 AUD
Monday to Friday 8am to 4:30pm, Saturday 8am to 1pm, Closed Sundays
Open during the year
Open everyday of the year except Sundays, Christmas Day (25th December), New Year’s Day (each year) and Good Friday (each year).
Toilet,Internet Facilities,Tourist Information,Tea / Coffee making facilities,Lounge area,Luggage storage,Television
Recommended Holiday Parks
Brisbane Holiday Village 10 Holmead Road, Eight Mile Plains, QLD 4113 Phone: +61 7 3188 5861 Distance from branch 20km
Recommended Local Hotels/Motels
Airport Heritage Motel 620 Kingsford Smith Drive, Hamilton QLD 4007 Distance from branch: 3.4 km. Distance from airport: 9 km. Phone: ( 07 ) 3268 5899. Fax: ( 07 ) 3268 1584
Coles & Woolworths, Racecourse Road, Ascot QLD 4007 (7 minutes from branch)
Popular Destinations To Visit In Brisbane
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary – Counting 18 hectares of protected bushland, Lone Pine is the largest koala sanctuary in the world. It is located 12 kilometres from Brisbane city and houses over 130 koalas, as well as other species of native Australian wildlife, including dingoes, kangaroos, wombats and cassowaries. If you’ve always wanted to cuddle a koala or get a selfie with a kangaroo, be sure to include Lone Pine in your travel plans.
Mount Coot-tha – To see Brisbane in all its glory, nothing beats the lookout from Mount Coot-tha. There’s a campervan-friendly road built into the side of the mountain, but if you’re feeling up to it, you can also walk or cycle to the top. The view from the summit is simply awe-inspiring.
Kangaroo Point Cliffs – The Kangaroo Point Cliffs were built by convicts mining for building materials in the 1800s. These days, the cliffs are one of Brisbane’s most popular recreational areas. With cycling paths, picnic areas, public barbecues and riverfront views, people come from all over the city to hang out at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs.
Campervan Hire in Brisbane, Queensland
Hiring a campervan in Brisbane, Queensland’s subtropical capital, will delight any traveller looking for an exotic escape. Australia’s third-largest city has a warm and sunny climate, ideal for year-round travel and adventurous road trips.
From lush rainforests to desert plains and idyllic beaches, Queensland’s landscape is incredibly diverse. Brisbane campervan hire is a gateway to the state’s greatest self-driven routes, whether you want to stay near Brisbane, venture into the tropical far north or head west for the outback. Apart from the occasional cold snap, Brisbane’s temperature rarely drops below 10 degrees even in winter, and out of 365 days of the year, an average of 240 are fine and sunny.
Cruisin’ Motorhomes’ Brisbane branch is conveniently located just 8 kilometres from the Brisbane International Airport and 12.5 kilometres from the city, offering easy access to all travellers.
Whichever direction you choose to drive, campervan hire in Brisbane is a convenient launching pad for visiting Queensland’s world-renowned coastal and outback attractions. If you plan to explore regional Queensland, be sure to check out our Outback Travel Tips. Book a motorhome with Cruisin’ today and enjoy a laidback holiday in Australia. You can also view our other brands, Cruisin Motorhomes & Go Cheap Motorhomes.
Cruisin’ Motorhome’s Brisbane branch is easily accessible from the airport at Eagle Farm. Ring our reservations team to book your campervan hire in Brisbane today, and take the first step in a journey you will never forget!
Upon collecting your campervan,you might like to consider spending your first few nights at nearbyComfort Inn & Suites Northgate Airport Hotel, while you become accustomed to your motorhome and get acquainted with the Brisbane area.