With its sparkling harbour and iconic beaches, Sydney, capital of New South Wales, is known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world! Sprawling from Bondi Beach to the Blue Mountains, Sydney’s metropolis may be the most memorable spot to start your campervan hire Sydney experience travelling along Australia’s New South Wales Coast!
Built around a beautiful natural harbour, Sydney boasts the world famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Take a ferry ride around Circular Quay or over to Manly Beach, and embark on a thrilling Bridgeclimb for unrivalled views of the city, harbour and surrounds!
On the city streets, stroll down cobblestone laneways at The Rocks or take a short walk to department stores, boutiques and fashion malls – a shopper’s paradise! During the evening, Darling Harbour is the destination to dine at delicious, waterfront restaurants. But before you do, be sure to visit the marine animals at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and Australian marsupials at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo!
Once you’re done exploring the inner city area, take your campervan on a picturesque ride through the Hunter Valley countryside, Australia’s oldest wine region, or travel across to the Blue Mountains’ most remarkable landmark – The Three Sisters. But be prepared to park your motorhome hire Sydney and hike to the viewpoint!
If you get a campervan hire Sydney, you have the option of driving north to beautiful Byron Bay, home of hippies, hinterland views, and heaps of caravan parks! If you’re heading south through Victoria, travel through some of the prettiest countryside in Australia, eventually ending up in Melbourne.
Looking for the best campervan hire Sydney?
Whichever direction you choose, our friendly reservations team at Cruisin’ Motorhome hire Sydney will be able to assist you with choosing the perfect campervan hire Sydney for your needs and can be contacted at 1300 664 485.
Upon collecting your campervan hire from the Cruisin’ Motorhome hire Sydney branch, you might like to consider spending your first few nights at nearby Sydney Lakeside Holiday Park, while you become accustomed to your campervan hire Sydney and get acquainted with the area.
If this is your first time driving around Sydney in a motorhome hire we recommend this 14 Days Sydney Round Trip itinerary!
Cruisin Motorhomes has one of the largest fleets of latest, well maintained campervans and motorhomes for hire in Sydney. Whether you are a couple, a group of friends, a family with kids or a solo adventurer, we have a campervan that suits your needs. Check out our range of best campervans hire Sydney to find the perfect campervan for you!
Still looking for some inspiration to explore Sydney and surrounding areas? Check out our campervan itineraries and our campervan blog for some exciting travel ideas.
You can make the most out of all the exciting outdoor activities Sydney has to offer, thanks to its typical mild winters and warm summers. The average maximum temperature in summer is between 18.6 – 25.8°C. Winter average sits between 8.8 – 17°C
Best time to visit:
Sydney is one of the most popular holiday destinations globally, so if you can avoid the state’s highest peak season (December-February), September-November is the ideal time to holiday.
Vivid – This festival lights up the CBD, both literally and figuratively! This creative Sydney event has been going on for 10+ years now, and every year will leave you in awe thanks to it’s vibrant light shows, live music and thought-provoking exhibitions.
Mardi Gras – The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is Australia’s largest celebration of its LGBTQI+ community. Over a fabulous two weeks, Sydney is filled with pride marches, human rights conferences, and international superstars!
Sydney Festival – Its name might be simple, but this annual event is far from! It is one of the most exciting arts festivals in the world. If you’re travelling in January, be sure to partake in one or all of the festivities – there are theatre productions, art shows and epic concerts.
Bluesfest – Byron Bay’s favourite festival – Bluesfest is an annual music event showcasing the best of blues, roots and pop over a massive three days. Some of your favourite acts are bound to be on this massive line up.
Sydney Film Festival – A must-do for film lovers, this festival takes place over October and November, travelling throughout NSW. From feature films, shorts, to documentaries – enjoy seeing exclusive screenings under the stars or in unique theatres around the state.
Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race – The Rolex Sydney to Hobart is a massive boxing day event. It is considered one of the most challenging yacht races in the world, so it’s a thrill to watch the boats begin their journey! You can even watch the epic waterfront event from the comfort of your motorhome.
City2Surf – An epic experience with many ways to participate! Established in 1977, City2Surf is a 14-kilometre charity event that sees tens of thousands of people walking or running through Sydney CBD to Bondi Beach. While it’s about health and wellness for the majority, some participants make the fun-run event an epic pub crawl!
Sydney being a harbour city, it’s no surprise that fresh seafood is a staple on most menues. Rock oysters, snapper and fresh fruit are the states most adored delicacies. Sydney has an abundance of award-winning restaurants that feature Vietnamese, Japanese and French cuisine. For a foodie holiday, the town of Orange is a must – boasting 50+ wineries, farmers markets and an abundance of eateries. Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s most famous wine regions.
Renowned wineries, breweries & eateries:
When you think of famous Australian landmarks, Sydney’s icons are sure to be some of the first to come to mind. There are also some iconic places in the state’s surrounding regions – don’t miss these!
While Sydney is known for its big-city features, stepping out of the city and taking a bushwalk in the wilderness can be a rewarding part of your holiday. There are an abundance of incredible walks throughout Sydney and surrounds – for further insight into them visit: https://www.sydney.com/things-to-do/nature-and-parks/walks/best-bushwalks
- Jellybean Track
- Split Bridge to Manly
- Six Foot Track
- Breadknife & Grand High Tops Walk
- Curra Moors Loop track
- Grand Canyon Track
- Wentworth Falls Lookout
- Cape Byron Walking Track
- Minyon Falls
- Three Sisters Track
- Painted Cliffs on Maria Island National Park
So the state can manage numbers in each location and support social distancing, bookings are now a requirement for all campgrounds and campsites in NSW national parks. All free campgrounds now have a non-refundable $6 booking fee.
For further information regarding free and budget campgrounds, head over to: https://www.visitnsw.com/things-to-do/caravan-and-camping/free-camping-nsw