|Address||10 Wurrook Circuit, Caringbah NSW 2229|
|Phone Number||1300 664 485 or International +61 3 6248 4789|
|Distance from Airport||14.4 km|
|Distance from City||23.3 km|
|Transfers||Taxi from Domestic Airport to branch – Approx. $39 AUD|
|Branch Hours||Monday to Friday 8am to 4:30pm, Saturday 8am to 1pm|
|Open during the year||Open everyday of the year except Sundays, Christmas Day (25th December), New Year’s Day (1st January each year) and Good Friday (each year).|
|Branch Facilities||Toilet,Internet Facilities,Tourist Information,Tea / Coffee making facilities,Lounge area,Luggage storage|
|Recommended Holiday Parks||Sydney Tourist Park 2 Wingello Road, Miranda NSW 2228 Distance from branch: 2.5km Phone +61 2 9522 7143|
|Recommended Local Hotels / Motels||Quest Cronulla Beach, 1 Kingsway, Cronulla NSW 2230 Distance from branch: 5.5km Phone +61 2 8536 3600|
|Nearest Supermarket||Franklins 123 Parraweena Rd Miranda NSW 2228|
Discover Sydney before embarking on a campervan or motorhome rental expedition across Australia with Cruisin Motorhomes Sydney. Built around a beautiful natural harbour, this lively destination is the capital of New South Wales and, with over 4 million residents, has the largest population of any Australian city.
Sydney’s metropolitan area is spread out over the state’s east coast, sprawling all the way from the ocean to the foothills of the Blue Mountains. The city’s magnificent skyline is dotted with famous Australian landmarks, including the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Renting a campervan in Sydney provides an easy solution to exploring they city’s wealth of attractions; go for scenic drives around the rugged coastline, stroll through the cobbled laneways of The Rocks, or escape to the secluded beaches of Sydney Harbour National Park. Once you’re done exploring the inner city area, Sydney is surrounded by picturesque countryside and popular road trip routes.
With our campervan hire Sydney, you have the option of driving north through New South Wales, past beautiful Byron Bay and onto Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane. If you’re driving in the other direction, head south to vast Victoria, through some of the prettiest countryside in Australia, eventually ending up in Melbourne.
Whichever direction you choose, book your campervan or motorhome rental with Cruisin’ Motorhomes now and get your Australian adventure underway.
Our Sydney motorhome branch is located 12.7 kilometres from the airport and 21.8 kilometres from the city centre. It offers a range of conveniences to ensure your time with us is comfortable and hassle free. There’s a lounge area for you to relax in before commencing your journey, as well as complimentary tea and coffee, a baggage storage area and helpful tourist information.
To learn more about campervan travel in Australia, take a look at our Travel Info page. We can offer expert advice and will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have when planning your journey.
We’d highly recommend checking out these attractions around Sydney:
Delve into Australia’s convict past at The Rocks, one of the most historically significant areas in Sydney. With cozy cafés, museums and gastronomic pubs, these days The Rocks is a fantastic place to explore, but it had a dubious reputation back in the late nineteenth century. Rife with gang violence, the area was considered a slum for much of the 1800s and was home to some of the roughest characters in town. It’s come a long way since then and is now one of Sydney’s premier tourist districts.
The Blue Mountains
Leave the city behind and head west for the Blue Mountains. Just 50 kilometres from the edge of Sydney’s metropolitan area, this iconic mountain range is ideal for self-driven holidays, encompassing long winding roads and ruggedly beautiful scenery. With luxury resorts, quaint bed and breakfasts and well-equipped camping grounds, the Blue Mountains offers a wealth of accommodation, including several options suitable for campervans and motorhomes.
The Opera House and Harbour Bridge
Instantly recognisable, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge are two of Sydney’s biggest drawcards, and no trip to the city would be complete without visiting them. Cruising around the harbour on a ferry is a great way to see both attractions, but it’s possible to get closer. Guided tours of the Opera House are available, allowing tourists to see inside the famous building. For an incredible view of the city, thrill seekers can climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. If you’re not keen on the climb, walking across the bridge offers similarly stunning views of the city.
The Hunter Valley
Surrounded by picturesque countryside and with over 150 vineyards and wineries, the Hunter Valley offers an idyllic escape from the city. Located to the north of Sydney, there are several towns and small cities scattered throughout the region, including Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. In addition to wine tasting, the Hunter Valley is famous for its superb restaurants, golf courses and day spas.