No more worries about where the next roof above your head is going to be, or following confusing public transportation timetables, when you have hired a campervan in Perth. Several weeks-long travel in a campervan will make enough time for enjoyable free or low-cost side trips along routes of the west that are well recommended.
Yet another way to have a great holiday while travelling from Perth is to drive a Kombi camper! A Kombi is the best way for two people to explore Western Australia as much or as little as they like in every passing mile! They are so easy to operate even for the first time campervan driver.
Different types of campervans that sleep from 2 – 6 range from AUS $ 348 to AUS $ 1255 per day. On the other hand Kombi Campers that sleep 2 can be hired in the range of AUS $ 60 – AUS $ 290 per day.
Value for Money
The Eco Kombi 2B Camper truly is value for money with unbeatable fuel economy (6.2ltr per 100km rural).
Cost of Fuel
In Australia, it is cheaper to buy fuel in cities and urban areas as Petrol or Diesel can be very expensive in the country-side. The petrol stations in the rural areas charge up to AUS $ 2 or more per litre of unleaded petrol, while the urban and coastal area petrol stations charge about AUS $ 1.40 per litre. Diesel is more expensive and sells for AUS $ 1.55 per litre. If you venture out into the outback, it is wise to refill every time you see a garage!
Banksia Tourist Park (from AUS $ 35), Discovery Parks – Perth Airport, Forestfield (from AUS $ 35), Hamelin Bay Holiday Park (from AUS $ 26), Dongara Tourist Park (AUS $ 28) and Belvedere Caravan Park (from AUS $ 35) are some of the campsites around Perth. Different kinds of cabins, suites and tented sites are available to suit a variety of taste, mood and budget.