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Cruiser Campervan

These custom-built Family Cruiser’s is like no other family camper van in Australia. Relax and Cruise around Australia in total comfort for up to 4 people. They are very fuel efficient, easy-to-drive and maneuver. Fitted with 2 x Double Beds, TV/ DVD, Microwave, Fridge/ Freezer, Roll out awning and Gas Burner.

Get ready to take your family on a great holiday.

All about the Cruiser Campervan.
Vehicle Specifications:
Steering Power Steering
Transmission Automatic
Airbags Driver & front passenger airbags
Engine 3.0 l Turbo Diesel
Heating & Air Conditioning Cabin
local_gas_station Fuel Capacity Diesel, 70 Litre Tank
Fuel Consumption * 14 Litres per 100 km
Entertainment Flat screen, Roof-Mounted DVD Player, AM-FM Radio, CD Player
Dual Battery Yes
Sleeping layout 2 x Double Beds (2 x 1.7 m )


Seatbelts 3 x Driver’s Cabin & 2 x Rear Cabin
Insect Screens Yes
Microwave Yes
Kitchen Fully Equipped
Stove 2 Burner
Gas Bottle 2kg Bottle
Sink No
kitchen Fridge / Freezer 80 litres/ 12V/240V
local_drink Water 55 Litre Fresh Water Tank
Fire Extinguisher Yes
grain Shower No
wc Toilet No
Side Awning Fitted
Vehicle inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included with this vehicle?Items that are included in the cost of hire for this vehicle.
  • Unlimited Kilometers
  • 24 hours road side assistance
  • Kitchen and Cooking Equipment
  • Camping Tables and Chairs
  • General Camping Equipment Supplied
Whats not included with this Vehicle.Items that are not included in the cost of hire for this vehicle.
  • Bedding/ Linen package
  • GPS Navigation Unit
  • Fan/ Heater
  • Booster Seats
  1. Destination 1 Weekend Getaway

    Perth to Albany and Denmark Great Southern Weekender 3 Day Itinerary Day 1 / Friday: Head south along Albany Highway, and head straight to your accommodation. If you have time, drive via the Porongurup Range to sample some of the region’s cool-climate wines, or take on the 3-kilometre round trip walk to the Granite Skywalk; a skywalk set into the side of a giant granite boulder, atop the Porongurup Range. Continue to Albany for the night and drop by the Albany Visitor Centre. Day 2 / Saturday: Start the morning at the Albany Farmers’ Market, where you can purchase supplies direct from the farmer who grew/made them. Visit the new National Anzac Centre, Australia’s foremost museum for honouring the fallen troops of WWI. Be sure to take a walk to nearby the Desert Corps Memorial and Avenue of Honour. Enjoy lunch at the hilltop restaurant, with views over King George Sound. Drive out to Torndirrup National Park, taking in the newly upgraded scenic lookouts at The Gap and Natural Bridge. Discover the whaling history of WA at Discovery Bay, keeping an eye out for migrating humpback and Southern Right whales playing close to shore (June to September annually). Day 3 / Sunday: Explore the wineries and gourmet food suppliers along the Scotsdale and Mt Shadforth Tourist Drives near Denmark. Outdoor enthusiasts can take a drive to watch the para-gliders floating over the most southerly point of WA in West Cape Howe National Park, or take a dip or snorkel in the protected waters of Greens Pool. Take the Denmark- Mt Barker Road, joining Albany Hwy again and heading back to Perth.

  2. Destination 2 A Week Road Trip

    Perth to Esperance A Week itinerary Perth to Esperance is a great trip with plenty to see on the way, loads to do at the end and all kinds of activities to be had! The choice is yours but a relaxing drive with stops on the way can be the most enjoyable. Leaving from Perth you can head out to the Avon Valley and the historic town of York for morning tea. Then keep winding through the small country towns and rolling farmland of the Wheatbelt as you head to one of Western Australia’s most iconic destinations, Wave Rock. Camp overnight at Hyden Caravan Park before continuing through the open farm plains of Lake King, the chance for a walk-through Ravensthorpe and then onto the scenic coastline at Hopetoun. Stay a night at the Hopetoun Caravan Park then continue your journey on to Esperance, one of Australia’s most favourite country towns and home to Australia’s whitest beach, Lucky Bay. Esperance is located in a beautiful coastal setting with plenty of activities for all travelers, fishing from the jetty is a popular pastime and there are plenty of beaches to the east of town for 4WD enthusiasts to enjoy. Stay three nights at any one of Esperance Seafront Caravan Park, Esperance Bay Holiday Park, Pink Lake Tourist Park or Pine Grove Holiday Park to enjoy all that Esperance has to offer. As you head towards Albany, take the opportunity to visit Fitzgerald National Park, one of the world’s most bio diverse areas. Stay a night and enjoy all that Albany has to offer, with plenty of options there is something on offer for all discerning travelers. Albany’s Emu Beach Holiday Park, Albany Holiday Park, Albany Happy Days Caravan Park, Rose Gardens Beach side Holiday Park, Albany Gardens Holiday Resort and BIG4 Middleton Beach Holiday Park. And finally, as you head back to Perth take some time to stop at Mount Barker, Kojunup and Williams.

  3. Destination 3 Extended Stay

    Perth to Karijini National Park and Ningaloo Reef Take the ultimate trip and see some of the most extraordinary sights you can imagine. With plenty to see and experience along the way it is your choice on how long it takes to get to your destination, with 14 days to get away you can stay one night here and there or head on through to Karijini National Park and spend longer there and on the way back. Leaving Perth up the inland highway, start your journey through the rolling hills of the Wheatbelt before heading into the inland towns of Mt Magnet, Cue and Meekathara for a choice of your first night. Move on further up and get your first taste of a working mine town at Newman, the mine tour is a must do and lets you see what all the fuss is about iron ore production, and what it takes to get it! Turn of the inland highway and head into Karijini National Park, with spectacular gorges cutting their way through some of the oldest rock formations on the planet Karijini is amazing. Karijini Eco Retreat is located on the western side of the park and has a full range of accommodation available, or for more basic camping the Department of Environment and Conservation has basic facilities at Dales Campground on the eastern side of the park or Tom Price Tourist Park is an easy drive to the all parts of the park. Karijini National Park is a tough environment, check with local authorities before heading out and make sure you know your limitations before taking one of the Gorge walks. With swimming holes like Circular Pool, Fortesque Falls and Fern Pool, the eastern gorges have a range of options. the western side has something for the more adventure seeking, plus Hancock Gorge. After taking at least three days to sample what Karijini National Park has to offer, pack up and start the trek west to Exmouth and Cape Range National Park where you will find the Ningaloo Reef. Located so close to the beach you can swim over Coral and see Turtles less than 20 feet from the shore, Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing reef on the western side of land in the world. Stay in one of Exmouth’s Caravan Parks with BIG4 Exmouth Cape Holiday Park offering a relaxing stay or head out to Cape Range National Park for more rustic camp options. All in season, you can see Turtles on the laying beaches, Whales and calves in Exmouth Gulf or one of the few places in the world to swim with the biggest fish in the ocean, Whale Sharks of the Ningaloo Reef. Take in the view from the lighthouse look out, swim at Turquoise Bay (watch out for the current) or take a tour of Yardie Creek, there really is something for all visitors. As you head south, spread your time along the reef and visit the settlement of Coral Bay, Peoples Park Caravan Village and Bayview Coral Bay both offer a variety of accommodation. Situated right on the edge of Bills Bay this is the place to swim with Manta Rays, head out on a Coral viewing boat, walk the beach or take a quad bike tour along the coast and catch the sunset. When it is time to head south again make sure you take time to stop in Carnarvon and Geraldton on the way, then start planning your trip back up north to see some more amazing places!!

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
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Always best to use a recognised campsite. These are of good quality with communal barbeque area’s, kitchens, laundry, power and water supplies, some even have a swimming pool. There are some free sites around Wa, just ask. It really isn’t a good idea to camp just anywhere, for one, the rangers will move you on and secondly, you are on holiday, be safe.

The auxiliary battery which powers the rear of the van needs to be kept charged. We have fitted voltage indicators on all of our vans now for easy monitoring. Rule of thumb says if not plugged into mains and you have the fridge running and a few lights on the battery will last the night. You then need to either plug in or drive to recharge. Remember, this is the battery for the rear, it will not affect your engine starting.

At Campaboutoz we try and include everything in the rental price, from linen to outdoor table and chairs, even a side awning. Look at the vehicle details on site for more information.

For all of our vehicles a normal driving licence is fine. If your licence is in a foreign language, get an international licence, this is inexpensive and saves time.

Campaboutoz is a West coast company and whilst we will allow vehicles to travel pretty much anywhere on the mainland, please tell us if you intend to travel crazy distances. The main thing to remember is 2 wd vehicles must stay on sealed roads, to travel off the beaten track you need to pay more money and hire one of our 4 wd vehicles.

Our standard excess/bond is $3500. If you choose not to reduce this we will take this amount at the point of hire and return it at the end. If you reduce this amount to our minimum $500 excess, we will take a total bond of $1000 again, to be returned at the end of the rental.

Yes please refer to our Terms and conditions.

In the unfortunate and rare occasion that you might have a fault on the van, all our vehicles are covered by the Rac and you will be supplied their contact details at handover.

To extend the hire just ring us and as long as the van has not already been booked, you can just pay for the extra days.

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