Discover Melbourne: Vanz Travel's Guide
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Campervan Hire in Melbourne

Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through Melbourne scenic landscapes? Look no further than Vanz Travel, your first destination to search for campervan hire in Melbourne that promises a journey of a lifetime.

Campervan Hire in Melbourne:
At Vanz Travel, we understand that the open road beckons to the adventurer in you. That’s why we offer a wide selection of campervans available for hire in Melbourne. Whether you’re a solo traveler or exploring with friends and family, our campervans are designed to cater to your every need. Get ready to hit the road and experience Melbourne like never before.

Motorhome Hire in Melbourne:
For those seeking a little more space and comfort, our motorhome hire options in Melbourne are the perfect choice. Imagine having all the conveniences of home on your journey, with the freedom to explore at your own pace. Our motorhomes provide you with just that, ensuring a comfortable and memorable travel experience.

At Vanz Travel, we’ve partnered with trusted providers to ensure your campervan and motorhome rental in Melbourne meets the highest standards of safety and quality. Your road trip dreams are about to become a reality.

Must Do

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The Royal Botanic Gardens along the Yarra River is a vast 38-hectare sanctuary filled with over 50,000 predominantly native Australian plants, and a habitat for diverse wildlife, including 12,000 bird species. It even features a section of a rainforest! A visit to these gardens offers the opportunity to discover more about Australia’s flora, and admission is complimentary.

The State Library of Victoria is located within the free City Circle Tram area. Admission is free, and the library contains over 1.5 million books. The reading room of the Royal Botanic Gardens, located along the Yarra River, is a must-visit for its architectural marvel of a dome. When constructed in 1913, it was the largest dome in the world. There is also a chess room and an arts library. The expansive lawn in front of the library is a popular spot for students to enjoy their lunch. You will also find a number of statues in front of the entrance.

“Degraves Street,” one of Melbourne’s oldest alleys, is conveniently located near Flinders Street station and offers numerous passages to explore. It’s also through these passages that you’ll discover the street art that is so popular in Melbourne, in the heart of the city, as well as in “Union Lane” and “Hosier Lane”.

The Queen Victoria Market, opened in 1878, remains a must-do for locals and tourists alike. There are even guided tours for those interested in its history. From food to handicrafts and souvenirs, you will surely find what you are looking for! More than 700 stalls offer local products that Australians buy for special occasions. This market is located between Elizabeth Street and Victoria Street and is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays through Sundays from 6am.

In the suburbs of Melbourne, don’t miss the famous St Kilda district. St Kilda is 7 km from the city center and can be easily reached by car. You can visit the renowned “Luna Park” and tap into your inner child by trying out some of its rides, if you’re in the mood. St Kilda beach is also a must-do, and on the port you will be able to watch the penguins at sunset.

Brighton Beach, located 13 km from Melbourne, is famous for its vibrant beach huts that serve as a notable landmark in the city. There are more than 82 huts on this beach; don’t miss out on taking a souvenir photo in front of one of these famous huts.

Tour Description

The capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is Australia's second-largest city, with a population of over 5 million. Melbourne could easily be mistaken for a European city, so similar is it to cities on the Old Continent: trendy cafés, restaurants and European architecture. But its distinctive street art is a reminder of the uniqueness of this charming city, where you can also party the night away!

When to visit

The city, with the Yarra River running through it, is also renowned for its climate, as Melbourne can experience "4 seasons in 1 Day", from bright sunshine to rain, so be prepared! However, winter is mild and temperatures stay in the 6°C to 14°C range, while in summer the mercury can sometimes reach 35°C to 40°C. We recommend that you visit in summer to take advantage of the more pleasant temperatures.

Getting to Melbourne

Melbourne has two airports. The first and main airport is Tullamarine Airport (MEL). About half an hour from the city centre, it is the second-largest airport in Oceania. The second airport is called Avalon (AVV) and is mainly used by low-cost airlines. Melbourne has a well-developed public transport network, making it easy to get around the city. The City Circle Tram, which runs in a loop around the city centre, is free, and for other public transport services (bus, train, tram), which are subject to a charge, you'll need the Miky Card. The transport company operating in Melbourne is PTV, Public Transport Victoria.

Where to stay in your campervan rental in Melbourne

When it comes to staying in a motorhome in Melbourne, you have several options, including campgrounds, caravan parks, and even some free camping areas. Here are some places you can consider:

1. Caravan Parks and Campgrounds: Melbourne and its surrounding areas have numerous caravan parks and campgrounds equipped to accommodate motorhomes. These sites often offer amenities such as power hookups, water, dump stations, and communal facilities like bathrooms and kitchens. Some popular options include:

BIG4 Holiday Parks: These are a chain of holiday parks known for their quality facilities and family-friendly atmosphere.
Melbourne BIG4 Holiday Park: Located in Coburg, it’s relatively close to the city center.
Discovery Parks Melbourne: Situated in the northern suburbs, this park provides easy access to public transportation.

2. National Parks and State Forests: Some national parks and state forests in Victoria offer camping facilities for motorhomes. However, these are usually more rustic and may not have all the amenities of commercial campgrounds. Check the Parks Victoria website for information on specific sites and their facilities.

3. Free Camping Areas: Victoria has some free camping areas where you can park your motorhome overnight at no cost. However, these areas often have limited facilities, if any. The availability of free camping spots can also change, so it’s essential to check local regulations and restrictions before parking in these areas.

4. Private Campsites: There are also privately-owned campsites and farm stays where you can park your motorhome. These can offer a unique and peaceful experience, but facilities can vary widely, so it’s a good idea to research and contact the site in advance.

5. Urban Campgrounds: If you prefer to stay closer to Melbourne’s city center, consider urban campgrounds like the Melbourne Showgrounds Caravan Park. These sites offer proximity to public transportation, making it easier to explore the city.