Planning an epic road trip from Perth to Darwin and looking for a reliable campervan rental service? Then let Travellers Autobarn help! Our one-way rentals from Perth to Darwin offer the perfect opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes and natural wonders of Western Australia and the Northern Territory. With our comfortable and fully-equipped campervans, you can hit the open road and experience the trip of a lifetime.

Why book a campervan rental with us?

Access to free campsites

Travellers Autobarn has been helping holidaymakers explore Australia in budget-friendly campervans for over two and a half decades. Our local expertise allows us to connect travellers with the best camping sites around the country, making it easier than ever before to embark on an affordable road trip adventure while saving money.

Unlimited kilometres with each rental

With us, planning your camper rental vacation is a breeze. Drive with peace of mind knowing there are no hidden costs – our unlimited daily kilometres let you explore the country freely! Choose from an impressive selection of reliable vehicles for any length of trip, and get ready to embark on unforgettable adventures around Australia.

10% discount with campground partners

With our 10% discount at 300 G’Day Holiday Parks across Australia, as well as the 4 cents/litre fuel saving at participating petrol stations, planning has never been simpler. And for added comfort on the go – many campgrounds are equipped with complimentary WIFI so that you can enjoy an uninterrupted stay in any destination.

24/7 roadside assistance

Don’t let unforeseen events ruin your adventure. With Travellers Autobarn, you can be confident knowing that 24/7 roadside assistance is always available for a helping hand in case of difficulties along the way. Our commitment to prompt and efficient service ensures an uninterrupted road trip, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy.

Perth to Darwin One-way Itinerary

Stop #1: Jurien Bay

For a uniquely Aussie experience, a one-way itinerary from Perth to Darwin should definitely include Jurien Bay. This idyllic coastal town is renowned for its turquoise waters, bright white sandy beaches and vibrant marine life. Visitors can fish in the bay or take leisurely walks along the beach, but there are plenty of more exciting activities to enjoy, such as skydiving with views over both land and sea. No matter what kind of holiday you’re looking for, this remote corner of Western Australia is the perfect destination.

Stop #2: Geraldton

Known best for its hot summers that create perfect conditions for surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing from November to February, Geraldton has something to offer travellers all year round with ideal weather conditions, particularly in early spring (September and October) and mid-autumn (May). With plenty of activities, sights and nature to explore, it is no wonder why Geraldton is such a popular stop among those enjoying this iconic one-way drive.

Stop #3: Coral bay

Situated on the edge of one of the world’s seven natural wonders, Coral Bay has become known for its beautiful white sandy beaches and mesmerizing turquoise waters, perfect for snorkelling or just enjoying breathtaking views. The unique marine life around Coral Bay also makes it ideal for whale sharks spotting and swimming with manta rays. Whatever activity you choose, one thing is certain – your trip to Coral Bay will be an extraordinary experience.

Stop #4: Port Hedland

The thriving Indian Ocean port connects the Pilbara and the Kimberley and features activity opportunities such as fishing, crabbing and whale watching (in season). Its relaxed and family-friendly atmosphere makes Port Hedland a welcomed hub for travellers of every age. The town is split into two areas: Port Hedland and South Hedland, each unique in its own way, with plenty of things to do.

Stop #5: Broome

This picturesque town offers something for every traveller, from gorgeous beaches, such as the iconic Cable Beach with its panoramic ocean views, to a variety of other attractions that will keep everyone entertained. With its unique and relaxed atmosphere, Broome is the perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday experience.

Stop #6: Kununurra

Located in the East Kimberley, Kununurra is an ideal point of entry for exploring some of Western Australia’s most remarkable natural attractions. A highlight of any visit to the region is certainly Purnululu National Park – a World Heritage-listed site renowned for its incredible beehive-shaped Bungle Bungle Range. From Kununurra, you can easily access this unique geological formation and other nearby attractions, such as Emma Gorge, Wyndham Crocodile Farm, Freshwater Lake and the famous Argyle Diamond Mine.

Stop #7: Katherine

Explore the stunning landscapes of Katherine on your Perth to Darwin itinerary. Home to numerous gorges, thermal springs and waterfalls, visitors can take in the breathtaking views as they cruise, canoe or witness it from above using a helicopter flight. Discover evidence of ancient cultures that have left their mark for thousands of years. With its natural beauty and cultural heritage, Katherine is a must-see destination for your Outback adventure.

Stop #8: Darwin

For your last stop on your one-way drive, Darwin is the perfect place to end your journey. It’s a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with plenty of activities to enjoy, including outdoor adventures, markets, galleries and cultural experiences. From exploring the historic buildings in the city centre and hiking at Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks to taking a stroll along Mindil Beach and its iconic markets, this city will surely create remarkable memories for any traveller.

Top attractions to see whilst in Darwin

Kakadu National Park

Spanning almost 20,000 square kilometres, this vast wilderness area is a popular destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. With stunning waterfalls, ancient rock art, and wetlands teeming with birdlife, there’s plenty to explore.

Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Experience Darwin’s cultural melting pot at this bustling market, where you can sample delicious street food and browse unique souvenirs crafted by local artisans. Live music and dance performances add to the festive atmosphere.

Mary River National Park

This park showcases the unique landscape of Darwin, with both wetland and dryland environments to explore. Visitors can marvel at towering ant colonies, observe the park’s diverse wildlife, and take in breathtaking views.

Darwin Harbour

Take a stroll along the harbour’s shores and soak in the picturesque sunset views as you embrace the Northern Territories’ golden hour. Alternatively, take a boat ride and explore nearby heritage-listed national parks or spot majestic wildlife.

Litchfield National Park

Just a 90-minute drive from Darwin, Litchfield National Park is a popular day trip destination. Featuring stunning waterfalls, crystal-clear swimming holes, and scenic bush walks, highlights include the plunge pool at Florence Falls located within its boundaries, the magnetic termite mounds, and giant cathedral termite mounds.


Absolutely! Renting one of our campervans is a great way to begin your journey from Darwin to Perth. We have a variety of options available in major cities across Australia, so you can easily find the perfect campervan for your needs and start an unforgettable adventure.

Depending on the state, the rules may differ, but it’s possible that you may be required to have both your foreign driver’s license and an International Driving Permit. Additionally, in certain states, an English translation of your foreign license may be necessary for legal purposes.

At Travellers Autobarn, we accept regular full driving licenses as long as they are in the Latin/Roman alphabet. For Australians, any license from Green P’s onwards is also accepted.

The price of renting a campervan for one-way travel may vary depending on the availability and timing. We recommend using our booking engine to get an accurate quote for your desired dates.

Travelling from Perth to Darwin by campervan will take approximately 46 hours of driving along State Route 60, covering a distance of 4,221 kilometres.

You can rent our campervans for any duration you need. We suggest making a reservation in advance to ensure availability and get the best possible rates.

Our Perth branch details

Opening hours

Monday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – Closed


31 Wildon Street
Bellevue, WA 6056

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Our Darwin branch details

Opening hours

Monday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Friday – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays – Closed

Special hours

Alternatively, between the 15th of December – the 15th of March, our Darwin branch will operate during the following hours:

Monday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Tuesday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Wednesday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Friday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday – Closed
Sunday & Public Holidays – Closed


19 Bishop Street
Woolner, NT 0820

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