Canberra Airport Campervan Hire

Canberra Airport Campervan Hire

If your hiring a campervan from Canberra airport you will get some great deals with Compare & Choose on motorhome rentals & campervans from Canberra terminals. We not only hire them from Canberra, we have for you to compare. We have listed a few places for you to see.

Australian War Memorial

Possibly one of the most humbling and awe inspiring museums in the world. Located in the heart of Canberra, The Australian War Memorial is a national memorial to the members of all its armed forces and supporting organisations who have died or participated in the wars for the Commonwealth of Australia.

Mount Ainslie Lookout

At Mount Ainslie Lookout you will see some stunning views of Canberra, it is well worth a visit to Mount Ainslie. you can walk, cycle or drive up to the lookout. It takes approximately 16 minutes from the Cannberra and Region Visitors Centre return northwards on Commonwealth Avenue. Then you take the second exit onto Parkes Way east and after 1.5 kolimetres turn left onto Anzac Parade which leads up to the Australian War Memorial. Once you get to the Australian War memorial turn right and head up to the end then turn left onto Mt Ainslie Drive.


Questacon is located on the southern shore of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia. It has a huge range of interactive and hands-on exhibits relating to science and technology. A great place for both children and adults alike to learn the about the wonders and marvels of science.

Parliament House

The true focal point of Canberra would have to be the Parliament House building in the capital city of Canberra, Australia. Making the trip to Parliament House offers visitors the real experience of seeing Australia's democracy in action. This is an absolute must for anybody that has a true love of political history.

The National Gallery of Australia

Home to well over 150,000+ works of art, The National Gallery of Australia is the national art museum of Australia as well as the largest art museum in Australia. The National Gallery of Australia proudly features Australian, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander, Asian, European, American and Pacific Islands art.