A one way rental from Adelaide to Sydney is a great way to see Southern Australia. Here are our must-see stops and places to stay along the way!
Before we start driving there are lots of great things to do in Adelaide. Pick an RV park and plan on spending a night or two checking out Adelaide. Brighton Caravan Park is located right on the beach and is a great home base for your Adelaide sightseeing trip.
First stop is Adelaide Central Market. This 150 year old market is one of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the southern hemisphere. This market has over 70 vendors. Stroll through the stalls or stop and people watch while having a pastry and coffee.
Next head over to the Adelaide Zoo. This Zoo’s mission is to save species from extinction while connecting us with nature. Downloading the Zoo app will put the tour guide right in your hand, in addition the app will also send you notifications about points of interest near you. There is lots of parking for your RV rental, so make sure you plan to spend some time at the zoo.
No trip is Adelaide is complete without a stroll through the Botanical Gardens of South Australia. Take a free guided tour with one of the Garden Guides. Let your guide teach you how the Aboriginals used the plants as medicine and the history of the heritage buildings and sculptures.
The next leg of our trip takes us about 400 kms to Mount Gambier. Mount Gambier is known for its limestone, volcanic landscape and crater lakes, making it the perfect place to do some hiking.
Since Mount Gambier Caravan Park is located in the heart of the city it makes it the perfect place to park your RV rental. There are lots of great restaurants close to this caravan park, so take advantage of the local cuisine.
A trip out to Blue Lake will not be disappointing. The lake is an amazing turquoise blue color from November to March creating an amazing photo opportunity. There is a path around the lake, making it a great place for a leisurely walk.
For an experience like no other you must go to the Engelbrecht Caves. This cave system winds its way underneath the homes and shops of Mount Gambier. There are walking tours available through the caves and diving tours for experienced divers.
Melbourne is the next stop on our one way rental Adelaide to Sydney. The Big4 Melbourne Holiday Park is close to all amenities. This great little park boast a solar heated swimming pool, a camp kitchen and a recreation room.
Melbourne is very well known for its street art, being considered one of the street art capitals of the world. The city is also filled with little lanes containing all sorts of shops and bars. There are maps available to make sure you don’t miss any of these hidden little gems.
The Dandenong Ranges located 35 km outside of Melbourne are a great place to get out and enjoy Southern Australia. Walk up the 1000 steps, follow the U-Pick Trail or go shopping at Sassafras.
Last stop is Sydney Australia. Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and one of the largest cities in Australia. There are a few great RV parks located close to Sydney. Check out Lane Cove Holiday Park or Sydney Tourist Park.
Darling Harbour is a great place to spend the day. The kids will enjoy the Darling Harbour Children’s Playground and Caterpillar Lane, while the adults will love the great chooses of cuisine and one of the Coast Harbour Cruises. Everyone will enjoy the fireworks over Darling Harbour on a Saturday night.
If you didn’t get to see much wildlife on your one way RV rental from Adelaide to Sydney then you’ll need a stop at the Featherdale Wildlife Park. This wildlife parks lets you get up close and personal with some of Australia’s cutest inhabitants as well as the scaliest creatures too.
A one way rental from Adelaide to Sydney is a great way to see Southern Australia. Check out our quote program and start your next great RV rental adventure.