Campervan Hire Brisbane Branch


Item Details
Address 47 French Street,
Eagle Farm, Queensland,4009,
Phone Number 1300 664 485 or International +61 3 6248 4789
Distance from Airport 8.0 km
Distance from City 12.5 km
Transfers Taxi from Domestic Airport to banch – Approx $25 AUD
Branch Hours Monday to Friday 8am to 4:30pm, Saturday 8am to 1pm, Closed Sundays
Open during the year Open everyday of the year except Sundays, Christmas Day (25th December), New Year’s Day (each year) and Good Friday (each year).
Branch Facilities Toilet,Internet Facilities,Tourist Information,Tea / Coffee making facilities,Lounge area,Luggage storage,Television
Recommended Holiday Parks Brisbane Holiday Village 10 Holmead Road, Eight Mile Plains, QLD 4113 Phone: +61 7 3188 5861 Distance from branch 20km
Recommended Local Hotels / Motels Airport Heritage Motel 620 Kingsford Smith Drive, Hamilton QLD 4007 Distance from branch: 3.4 kmDistance from airport: 9 kmPhone: ( 07 ) 3268 5899Fax: ( 07 ) 3268 1584
Nearest Supermarket Coles & WoolWorthsRacecourse Road, Ascot QLD 4007( 7 minutes from branch )

Begin your Brisbane campervan or motorhome escape in Queensland’s beautiful capital city. Renowned for its riverfront skyline and sunny weather, Brisbane is the third-largest metropolis in Australia. It’s built into a curve of the Brisbane River, with green parks and scenic bike ways scattered throughout the central business district and surrounding suburbs.Situated on the east coast of the country, Brisbane is a convenient starting point for road trips headed in any direction.

From this subtropical city, you have the option of navigating north via the beautiful Queensland coastline, all the way to the top of the state. Many popular tourist attractions can are found along this route, including the Whitsunday Islands, the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation.

Alternatively, you can take the road less travelled and drive into Queensland’s outback region, or head south into scenic New South Wales and onto Victoria. Hiring a Brisbane campervan also offers easy access to the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast, both of which are located around an hour’s drive from the city.

Brisbane Branch Location

Located in the suburb of Eagle Farm, 8 kilometres from the Brisbane Airport and 12.5 kilometres from the city, our  campervan hire Brisbane branch is easily accessible to all travelers. The entire Cruisin’ fleet is modern and extremely well maintained, with a range of models to suit different budgets. Book your motorhome or campervan with Cruisin’ Motorhomes today, and take the first step in a journey you will never forget.

If you need any assistance with planning your trip, the friendly staff at Cruisin’ Motorhomes can offer expert advice on travelling in Queensland. Additionally, there are plenty of helpful pointers on our Travel Info page, and we also provide Driving Tips so that you can feel confident behind the wheel of your rented vehicle.

Popular Brisbane Destinations

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Brisbane
If you’ve ever wanted to cuddle a koala or hand feed a kangaroo, be sure to include Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in your road trip itinerary. Just 12 kilometres from Brisbane and spread across 18 hectares of bushland, Lone Pine, is the largest koala reserve in the world. Not only does it accommodate over 130 koalas, but there are also other species of native Australian wildlife housed within the sanctuary, including kangaroos, platypuses, wombats, possums, crocodiles and Tasmanian devils.
The Sunshine Coast – For anyone planning to drive north from Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast is worth a visit. With copious amounts of sunshine, picturesque beaches and a beautifully rugged hinterland, it has everything you could ever want in a road trip destination. Accessible via the Bruce Highway, the Sunshine Coast is around 100 kilometres north of Brisbane, and with plenty of holiday parks, it’s a very campervan-friendly kind of place.

The Gold Coast

Campervan Hire Brisbane Gold Coast
If you’re headed in the other direction, the Gold Coast is just south of Brisbane. This world-renowned tourist destination has some of the best beaches in Australia and a notoriously lively nightlife, offering the perfect blend of leisure and entertainment. The sparkling high-rises of Surfers Paradise are built right up to the coastline, with restaurants, nightclubs and cafés all along the esplanade. Whether you want to explore the national parks that surround the region, go surfing, party all night or just lie on a beach and relax, the Gold Coast has something for every road tripper.

Mount Coot-tha

Mount Coot-tha Brisbane

Brisbane looks breathtaking from Mount Coot-tha. It’s possible to drive to the summit, although some people choose to cycle or walk their way to the top. Regardless of how you get there, everyone who ventures up Mount Coot-tha is greeted with stunning panoramic views of the city. There’s also a fine dining restaurant, a café, walking trails and tourist information on the top of the mountain.