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Campervan Hire Alice Springs


The capital of the outback offers the perfect opportunity to get outside and explore the iconic Red Outback of Australia. Feed your appetite for adventure in this outback town and explore the abundance of incredible natural wonders and iconic landmarks that make up the landscape of Alice Springs.

Nestled between the East and West MacDonnell Ranges, ‘Alice’ is famous for its beautiful desert landscapes, colourful outback characters, and opportunities for adventure and connecting with a strong Aboriginal culture. Take advantage of the abundance of incredible trips that are waiting to be explored. Float in freshwater swimming holes, discover the Kings Canyon, marvel at Uluru, and uncover hidden gems as you take the road less travelled by campervan.

Mighty make holidays possible for everyone, no matter their budget. From the basics done brilliantly, and the total package at a tight price, hire a camper from Mighty Alice Springs today and hit the road to discover the Northern Territory.

  

 

220 Stuart Highway Alice Springs,

0870 Australia

Alice Springs Branch

Alice Springs Branch Information

The Alice Springs Mighty branch is equipped with everything you need to start and end your trip in the best way possible.

  • Toilets
  • Free unlimited WiFi
  • Power outlets for charging your devices
  • Filtered drinking water
  • Local staff on hand to give suggestions and tips on great places to go and things to see
  • Luggage storage

Transfers are not available from the airport/city to the branch. However, it is accessible by bus or taxi.

Parking may be available onsite by pre-arrangement. Contact the branch team on +61 8 8952 8814 to arrange prior to your arrival.

1 May 2022 - 30 November 2022

  • Monday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Tuesday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Wednesday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Thursday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Friday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 3:30pm
  • Sunday: Open to meet customers with pre-confirmed bookings at pre-arranged

1 December 2022 - 31 March 2023

  • Closed

Note: All Australian branches are closed on Good Friday (15 April), Christmas Day (25 December), New Year’s Day (1 January) and Australia Day (26 January).

After-hours drop-off is available upon request (for those who have purchased the Liability Reduction Option or Inclusive Pack - please contact our Booking Hosts on 1800 821 824 (+61 2 6698 4031) to arrange.

Vehicles must be collected/returned at least one hour before closing time.

Whether this is the first time you've taken a campervan journey or you're a regular to hiring motorhomes, our expert team will be on hand to answer any questions you have before heading out on the road.

You can purchase our Express Return Pack – which means at the end of your hire, you don’t need to fill up the gas bottle or fuel tank (not available from 1st April 2023). And if you’ve also purchased the Liability Reduction Option or Inclusive Pack, take advantage of our express key return service and just drop the keys off at the dedicated desk and set off on your way.

Where pick-up originates or returns to Alice Springs from another location, a one-way fee of AU$250 will apply. From 1st April 2023, the one-way fee is AU$280.

A $100 AUD surcharge will apply to all campervan rentals picking up and/or dropping off in Alice Springs on;

  • Easter Monday
  • ANZAC Day
  • May Day
  • Queen’s Birthday, Alice Springs
  • Alice Springs Show Day
  • Picnic Day
  • Boxing Day

From 1st April 2023, this surcharge will increase to $115 AUD.

Refer to the Rental Agreement for exact dates. To help you prepare for pick-up, make sure you have:

Vehicles must be collected/returned at least one hour before closing time.

Alice Springs Campervans for Hire

The Northern Territory is where blue skies meet breathtaking landscapes. Travel to the dreamy Alice Springs and immerse yourself in the red desert sands of Uluru and other national icons when you hire a campervan from Mighty.

Why Travel With Mighty Campervans

Mighty Australia is perfect for travellers looking for the best value campervan option for their roadtrip. For travellers seeking a free-spirited way to explore the world on a whim, this is a Mighty fine choice. Mighty makes holidays possible for everyone; no matter their budget. From the basics done brilliantly and the total package at a tight price.


Why Travel With Mighty Campervans

Flexible Booking

Travel before June 30th 2022; incur no cancellation fees until 31 days out and refund options should COVID-19 travel restrictions get in your way.

Why Travel With Mighty Campervans

Easy Pick-Up

We have nine centrally located vehicle pick-up branches across Australia.

Why Travel With Mighty Campervans

Safe Travels

Your health and wellbeing are our number one priority. Certified as a COVID Clean Practicing Business; have total peace of mind when you collect from our branches.

Why Travel With Mighty Campervans

Supported Travel

Help videos, navigation tools, and 24/7 phone support via our thl Roadtrip app will ensure you navigate your camper and the roads like a pro.

Alice Springs Motorhome Deals

Explore the NT and beyond - Primary Explore the NT and beyond - Regular

Explore the NT and beyond

Pick up in Darwin or Alice Springs
Drop off in one of five locations
Travel between 29 Aug - 15 Dec 2022...
Price Match - Regular

Price Match

Conditions apply

If you find the same Mighty campervan type for a lower price elsewhere, we'll beat it!

Popular Roadtrips

Let the road lead the way as there is so much to explore in Alice Springs.

Things to do in Alice Springs

The capital of the outback is an epic place to visit by campervan. With what seems like an endless list of things to explore and ways to spend your time here, Alice Springs truly has it all. A visit to this great destination doesn't have to break the bank either! Check out our list of the best things to do in Alice Springs.

Alice Springs Desert Park
Alice Springs Desert Park

Walking through the Desert Park will immerse you in the beauty and mystery that Australian deserts are known and loved for. Wander ancient landscapes as you discover dry riverbeds and dense woodlands set against a backdrop of crystal blue skies. Embrace and experience the spirit of a living culture, botanic wonderlands, and get up close with outback animals.

Anzac Hill
Anzac Hill

Anzac Hill is the most visited landmark in Alice Springs. The lookout provides a panoramic view of the town and surrounding ranges. Unveiled on 25 April 1934 (Anzac Day), this spot has become a memorial to all those who have served in the defense of their country during the wars.

Rainbow Valley
Rainbow Valley

Renowned for its sandstone bluffs and cliffs with layers of different coloured rock, take the easy day trip from Alice Springs to enjoy Rainbow Valley in all its glory. Most beautiful in the early morning light or late afternoon sun, witness the colours of the valley changing from ochre red to orange and purple. Exploring Rainbow Valley on foot will take you through the majestic desert, along the base of cliffs and claypans, to Mushroom Rock.

Hermannsburg
Hermannsburg

An easy 130km drive from Alice Springs, spend your time exploring the buildings of the restored historic town and perusing art works from local artists. The historic town is shaded by river red gums and old date palms; transporting you back to the 19th century.

West MacDonnell Ranges National Park
West MacDonnell Ranges National Park

The West MacDonnell Ranges National Park covers the span of several hundred kilometres of wilderness, encompassing an abundance of wildlife and natural wonders. A highlight for many in this national park is Simpsons Gap, with its waterhole, towering cliffs and diverse fauna and flora. Ochre Pits is another popular sight; sacred to the Indigenous Western Arrernte people, the magical multi coloured rock has been used for thousands of years as a decorative material. Other highlights include the Glen Helen waterhole and Tylers Pass.

Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park

In Australia's Red Centre, lies the iconic Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Home to an abundance of ancient wonders, this park is most famous for its giant monoliths – Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Uluru is the largest sandstone monolith in the world, and Kata Tjuta is made up of 36 giant domes spread over more than 20 kilometres. Both sites are a must do on any red centre road trip, and remain deeply sacred to the local Anangu people, who have lived here for more than 22,000 years.

 Finke Gorge National Park
Finke Gorge National Park

Stretching over 46,000 square kilometres of desert landscapes, scenic waterholes and rocky gorges, Finke Gorge National Park is a popular spot for both its scenery and easy access from Alice Springs. Most iconic for the Palm Valley full of towering red cabbage trees, a species found nowhere else in the world, this national park is popular for bushwalking.

Alice Springs is an incredible place to explore, whether it be by two wheels or four! With caravan parks all over, located in scenic spots, you will be spoilt for choice when choosing somewhere to park up for the night. 

If you are staying at any BIG4, Discovery Parks or G'Day Holiday Parks, don't forget that you can get a 10% discount on your stay when you check in with a Mighty campervan hire. Check out our accommodation guide for more information.

We recommend downloading thl Roadtrip app (Powered by Campermate) before you hit the road. The ultimate travel companion; the thl Roadtrip app provides everything you need to help find places to stay and play across Australia, including the closest campgrounds for campervans on your route.

Summer in Alice Springs: (December – February)

In summer, average temperatures range from 20 - 35 degrees, and can soar to around 40. January is the wettest month of the year, with around 40mm of rainfall.

 

Autumn in Alice Springs: (March - May)

Autumn is one of the best times to visit Alice Springs. Days are warm and nights are cool. Average temperatures range from 12 - 27 degrees.

 

Winter in Alice Springs: (June – August)

July is the coldest month with winter temperatures between 5 - 20 degrees. Nighttime can bring temperatures below 0 degrees and thick frosts.

 

Spring in Alice Springs: (September – November)

Spring in Alice Springs brings warmer temperatures, between 14 – 30 degrees. This season can provide spectacular thunderstorms and cool evenings.

Alice Springs is home to an abundance of unique and quirky events throughout the year. Browse some of the top events taking place in Alice Springs and find the perfect one for you and your travel buddies.

  • Find the perfect knitted hat from over 4,000 beanies at the eccentric Alice Springs Beanie Festival
  • Be dazzled at the Parrtjima Festival, the only authentic Aboriginal light festival of its kind, showcasing the oldest continuous culture on earth, with the newest technology!
  • Explore and purchase artworks from over 30 participating Central Australian Art Centres at Desert Mob MarketPlace
  • Experience a celebration of local arts and culture with a range of events and experiences at Red Hot Arts Central Australia

What’s included in my campervan rental?

We include everything you need to live and sleep comfortably in your camper. Check out our full list of inclusions here.

We include everything you need to live and sleep comfortably in your camper. Check out our full list of inclusions here.

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Can I change the drop off destination during my hire?

Yes, the option is there, but first you will need to contact our Booking Hosts on 1800 821 824 (+61 2 6698 4031) for authorisation. Subject to the change being approved, there may be an additional charge to do this.

Yes, the option is there, but first you will need to contact our Booking Hosts on 1800 821 824 (+61 2 6698 4031) for authorisation. Subject to the change being approved, there may be an additional charge to do this.

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Where is the best supermarket for me to stock up on my groceries after I have collected my camper?

We recommend you wait until you have picked up your camper before doing your grocery shopping. That way you will know exactly how much room you have in the fridge and pantry first.

Once you have your camper, we suggest you head to Northside Foodland, 3 Hearne Place, Alice Springs, Phone: 08 8952 2988 (Distance from branch: 2.2kms)

We recommend you wait until you have picked up your camper before doing your grocery shopping. That way you will know exactly how much room you have in the fridge and pantry first.

Once you have your camper, we suggest you head to Northside Foodland, 3 Hearne Place, Alice Springs, Phone: 08 8952 2988 (Distance from branch: 2.2kms)

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What is the closest caravan park to the Alice Springs branch? 

Discovery Parks - Alice Springs

Palm Place, Alice Springs

Distance from branch: 8.5km south

Visit their website

Mighty customers receive a 10% discount when staying at BIG4 Holiday Parks, Discovery Parks and G’Day Parks.

 

Alice Springs Tourist Park

Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs

Distance from branch: 2km south

Visit their website

Discovery Parks - Alice Springs

Palm Place, Alice Springs

Distance from branch: 8.5km south

Visit their website

Mighty customers receive a 10% discount when staying at BIG4 Holiday Parks, Discovery Parks and G’Day Parks.

 

Alice Springs Tourist Park

Larapinta Drive, Alice Springs

Distance from branch: 2km south

Visit their website

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