Fridge vs no fridge – lots of space vs not so much space – proper camper vs jellybox van….decisions decisions decisions. Buying or renting a car or camper for the first time can be pretty daunting and with so many options out there it is sometimes a little bit confusing what the best option for you is.
We hope the below helps make things a bit easier for you, because we remember our first time too!
How good is it to drive in your own car/campervan along the coast or the outback exploring the wonderful Australia? You have to agree it would be even better if it wasn’t for those annoying petrol costs! Check out our hints and tips below on how to save BIG bucks on your petrol costs around Australia.
After all, less money spent on petrol = more beer money.
1. Choose the right day to refuel
One relatively unknown fact is that, generally speaking, if you buy your petrol on a Tuesday you can expect to pay 5% to 15% less than on other days. If a Tuesday isn’t convenient, go on a Wednesday! So if you want to save the pennies tank up on one of those days and definitely avoid the weekends. Plan ahead guys and reap the rewards!
As of the 1st of September 2014 Travellers Autobarn are defleeting their Ex-rental Vans – the BUDGIE VAN – all around the country! These vans are top off the line and will make you look like a real flash-backpacker.
The flash-vans are all equipped with:
- Build-in kitchenette
- Large seating area with table
- Comfy bed
- Very cool artwork (can be removed if requested)
- 240 V power plugs so you can charge your phone/tablets at a power camp side
- Inclusive of all pots, pans, cutlery & linen.
- Fully serviced & new/near-new tyres
- And much-much more
When it comes to gob-smacking views and selfie-indulgent scenery – Australia is simply made for the campervan road trip.
From divine beaches, tropical coastlines, lush hinterland, rainforests and outback – you can park-up in paradise whenever and wherever you like.
Here’s an overview of the country’s best drives and sights where you can soak up the elements from the convenience of a campervan or motorhome.
Just 10 of the 100′s of reasons why Byron Bay is the place to be all year round. If you’re travelling the East Coast this stop off is a MUST. Be sure to allow yourself more time than expected, cos once you get here you ain’t gonna’ want to leave!
So here we go, in no particular order, just a whole list of awesomeness…here are our MUST DOs in BYRON BAY: