Tasmania images with the courtesy of Tourism Tasmania. Tasmania Motorhomes offer deluxe camper hire and premium deluxe RV motorhome rentals from Hobat in Tasmania from the selfdrive licensed specialists based in Australia
www.tasmaniamotorhomes.com the offical website of Tasmania Motorhomes. Find a camper budget hire and rental selfdrive package with us, specials available now. Book your selfdrive hoildiay with a $200 deposit if booking for next season.
Find a camper budget hire and rental selfdrive package with us, specials available now. Book your selfdrive hoildiay with a $200 deposit if more than 35 days to travel. www.tasmaniamotorhomes.com the offical website of Tasmania Motorhomes Australia 4 Tours Tasmania Motorhomes free quote Tasmania Motorhomes secure booking form Contact us at Tasmania Motorhomes
About Us
Contact & Email Us
Tel + 61 (0) 8 7999 7511
Tel 1800 107 371
Instant Quote
600 Australian Tours
2WD Car Hire
4WD Camper Hire
A Recreational Vehicle, Mobile Home, Mobile Trailer, RV, Winnebago Motorhome, Luxury Camper hire known by a few names these 6 berth luxurious motorhome rentals give you the freedom to have a experience to remember in a selfdrive holiday for your next vacation 6 Berth
4 Berth
A 2 Berth luxury camper with toilet and shower for hire giving you the freedom to have a rental experience to remember in a selfdrive holiday for your next vacation 2 Berth
Britz Motorhomes
Britz Range
Maui Motorhomes
Maui Range
Apollo Motorhomes
Apollo Range
CT Motorhomes
CT Range
Australia Motorhomes
All States in Australia
Australia 4WD Hire
All States in Australia
Australia Camper Hire
All States in Australia
Australia Tours
All States in Australia
Tasmania Information
Tasmania - Visitors Guide
Things to do in Tasmania
Places to see in Tasmania
Tasmania getting there
Scenic Route Itinerary
Wineries in Tasmania
Tasmania National Parks
Map of Tasmania
Tasmania Campgrounds
Road Laws + Fuel $
Visa's + Passports
Tasmania with the courtesy of Rob Graphics©
Tasmania Visitor Guide
Hobart Visitor Guide
Salamanca Visitor Guide
Port Arthur Visitor Guide
Richmond Visitor Guide
Bruny Island Visitor Guide
Bicheno Visitor Guide
Davenport Visitor Guide
Launceston Visitor Guide
Cradle Mt. Visitor Guide
Mt Field Visitor Guide
Freycinet Visitor Guide
Strahan Visitor Guide
Ross Visitor Guide
Roseberry Visitor Guide
Houn Valley Visitor Guide
Fishing + Horseriding Guide
Overland Track Guide
Site Map - Privacy Policy



Tasmania motorhomes hire and rental in the Island state of Australia

Need a motorhome for your next holiday - book with us with a $100 deposit only see your quote.

Coles Bay in Tasmania

Coles Bay in Tasmania sits at the foot of the pink granite mountains known as the 'Hazards' and on the edge of the world-renowned Freycinet National Park about a two and 1/2 hours scenic drive from Hobart and Launceston on the east coast of Tasmania. Coles Bay lies between red granite mountains and the sheltered calm waters of 'Great Oyster Bay' on the rugged and yet stunning Freycinet Peninsula. An experience for true seafood lovers is to taste the oysters fresh from the harvest on the Freycinet Oyster Farm tour. Bookings are essential. Coles Bay to Swansea - 59 km around 1 hour, Bicheno - 40 km around 45 minutes, St Helens - 132 km around 2 hours.

Stop by Kate's Berry Farm just 2km south of Swansea just 59 km to Coles Bay- Swansea Visitor Information Centre


Freycinet & The East Coast (Includes Wineglass Bay) in Tasmania

Freycinet National Park - Wineglass Bay with the courtesy of  National Parks  and Tourism TasmaniaTwo hours drive from Launceston is Freycinet along with Wineglass Bay. Where else in Australia can one witness pink granite mountains rising straight from the sea to form a magnificent sheltered waterway or one of the top ten Deserted beaches in the world at Wineglass Bay?

From Hobart to Freycinet then you can considering head up the Midlands Highway and enjoy morning tea at the small township of Ross and look at the remants of the "female factory", a work facility for female convicts. From Campell Town one can take a minor road through Lake Leake onto Freycinet. Lake Leake seem to have the cheapest powered sites seen anywhereat $8 per night.

The park is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours from either Hobart or Launceston. Turn off the Tasman Highway (A3) (which runs down the east coast of Tasmania) taking you alongside beaches and tiny seaside towns onto the Coles Bay Road (C302) 12 km south of Bicheno. (The turnoff to the Friendly Beaches section of the park is via a gravel road about 2 km after leaving the highway). The main park entrance and visitor reception are just after Coles Bay township about 30km from the highway on a good quality sealed road.

Walk along the powder white sand. Wineglass Bay beach was voted one of the "Top 10 Deserted Beaches in the World" by Conde Nast Traveller magazine. http://www.freycinetcolesbay.com/m

Freycinet National Park in Tasmania - http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/ - Frecyinet National Park take 1-3 days to relax and explore the Rugged Granite peaks and white sandy beaches of Freycinet National Park. Your time here can be as energetic and relaxing as you want it to be.

Freycinet National Park also has some stunning walks including the 25-minute climb to the viewing platform over Wine Glass Bay, regarded as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Feel free to explore the park by foot on any of the 7 great short walks located in the park including the most celebrated 1 to 2 hour return walk to Wineglass Bay Lookout.

Accommodation places in Coles Bay or Freycinet range from luxury accommodation to budget accommodation and wilderness camping.

Freycinet Lodge - is Tasmania's premier environmentally friendly resort having won many awards and recommendations. The property has 60 tastefully furnished cabins situated in a bushland setting, which is located within Freycinet National Park - the home of spectacular Wineglass Bay. Freycinet Lodge is conveniently situated inside the park and is close to the beginning of the walks. Visit http://www.freycinetlodge.com.au/

Pelican Bay Bed & Breakfast is a traditional Bed and Breakfast a waterfront property and it backs onto Pelican Bay, a small inlet on the Swan River just near where it flows into Great Oyster Bay. Set amongst a very tranquil half an acre of maintained well-established l gardens that seem attract many native birds and parrots and their songs. After a day experiencing all the natural beauty of the Freycinet Coast just walk out the thir back gate and try your luck at fishing or stroll along the water's edge to Swanwick Beach for a swim (can be chillie obviously in certain monts). http://www.pelicanbaybedandbreakfast.com.au/

Aspect on Freycinet Bed and Breakfast - is open November to May A beautifully appointed waterfront B&B providing guests with views over Great Oyster Bay to the stunning Hazards Mountains of the Freycinet Peninsula – both enjoyed from your comfortable Queen size bed. Location is 101 Esplanade, Coles Bay 7215. (Turn right after the Coles Bay town sign and continue 900 metres along the Esplanade). Email: mhnjcooke@telstra.com or Tel Nola & Michael Cooke on +61 (0) 407 273 377

Freycinet Bay Apartments - Prestige Self-Contained Apartments Absolute beachfront - ultra-modern minimalist design - exclusive, private, self-contained, 5 star luxury - 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, stunning, new apartments. Phone: 0428 245336 or visit

Iluka Holiday Centre at Freycinet National Park in Coles Bay, Tasmania - offers a full range of accommodation and amenities including a tavern, bakery, and shop. Self-contained units, onsite vans, YHA backpackers hostel, powered & un-powered sites.

Freycinet National Park - Camp Grounds at Richardsons Beach, Honeymoon Bay and Ranger Creek - unpowered sites and powered sites. A ballot system operates for the Christmas holiday period or email freycinet@parks.tas.gov.au

Freycinet National Park - Wineglass Bay with the courtesy of Tourism TasmaniaWineglass Bay Lookout - Freycinet National Park - Grade is Difficult. Steep uphill climb over 1.3km with over 600 rough bush steps and the rigorous uphill walk is not suited to those with health or mobility concerns. The 4km ride or walk (1 to 2 hours return) can be much steeper than one expects and you will have to walk your bike up the bigger hills.The walk into Wineglass Bay starts with a really steep climb so you may decide to take a less-steep but the longer return route back along Hazard Beach. The total circuit/loop is around 11.5 kms. Take 2-3 litres of water per person at least. At the head of the trail ther are toilet facilities at car park. Picnic facilities nearby.

The crystal clear waters and white sandy beach of Wineglass Bay are a tremendous sight. This is a steep uphill walk on a rocky, well-constructed track within the Freycinet National Park.

Wineglas Bay - 2.5 hours return from Wineglass Bay car park inside Freycinet National Park. This walk in the Freycinet National Park follows on from the walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout. Grade - Difficult. Steep uphill climb over 1.3km with over 600 rough bush steps.

Freycinet BoardwalkCape Tourville - 20 minute circuit walk. Grade is Easy - the track is wide, with even surfaces and gently graded slopes. It may suit wheelchair users, who have someone to assist them, and walkers with strollers. The highlight is the lighthouse at Cape Tourville. A boardwalk actually clings below the cliff top. Around half way along the track stone steps commence to proceed up to the lighthouse. The Cape Tourville circuit is one of Tasmania's great short walks.

There are memorial views towards the north along Friendly Beaches across to Butler's Point and then south across to Carp Bay onto Sleepy and Wineglass Bays. Straight out at sea are 'The Nuggets' being the residence to many migrating squaking sea birds. Once inside Freycinet National Park, follow the main road, then turn left onto the Cape Tourville Road. (The 7km Cape Tourville road is unsealed but is suitable for two-wheel drive vehicles.). Toilet, picnic and electric barbecue facilities 7.5km away at Ranger Creek and Honeymoon Bay.

Freycinet Kayak and AdventuresThe Freycinet Paddle is the ultimate way to experience Freycinet. Kayaking with local guides and all the equipment is supplied.

Southern right, humpback, pilot and on seldom occassions minke whales visit during the winter months int he area. As with all wild animals sightings never guaranteed, though if you consider climbing to the Wineglass Bay Lookout in the early morning you may be lucky and view whales.



Tasmania Motorhome hire with locations from our different selfdrive rental suppliers such as Hobart, Launceston and Davenport. Just easily compare all our options available in Tasmania for each motorhome size and layout.

Hobart  with the courtesy of Tourism TasmaniaTasmania is an island separated from mainland Australia by the 240 km stretch of Bass Strait with spectacular scenery, a rich heritage and superb food and wine. It's an island made for touring - and the best way to explore is in a comfortable, spacious, self-contained motorhome or campervan from Tasmania Motorhomes. Getting to Tasmania can be by ferry or plane.

Explore the Apple Island as it is also known in a quality Motorhome or Campervan hire rental. We have an itinerary from hobart to Hobart though you can vary from Launceston or Davenport - check here for the Island of Tasmania's distances. Don't be constrained by a time and guide let yourself be the guide and explore explore explore.

Cradle Mountain  with the courtesy of Tourism TasmaniaWhy be tied down to a daily schedule? In your own travelling home, you can plan your journey as you go. Our motorhomes and campervans are top quality, late model vehicles, superbly maintained and fully equipped with verything you need. Experience the most relaxing, versatile and enjoyable way to discover Tasmania.

Tasmania is a land abundant – a island of wild pristine landscapes; friendly, folks; a pleasant, moderatley seasonal temperate climate; world stand wines and rich cuisine and exquisite produce. With is heritage and colonial history Tasmania boosts a friendly and relaxed island lifestyle for your to experince in your travels around the island. According to travellers in search of excellence, Tasmania has one of the world’s 10 best beaches (Wineglass Bay, ), one of the world’s best little town (Strahan) one of the world’s Sustainable Tourism Initiative. There are so many things to do in Tasmania from fishing, farms, wineries, parks, activities and adventures.

The warmer months are a good choice of time to visit Hobart and tour around Tasmania especially during late summer and autumn. Hobart is choice comencing point for for vacation around the island state of Tasmania. Hire a rental luxury spacious campervan or motorhome with a toilet, shower, airconditioner from Hobart and consider 10 to 14 days to be able to experience the many things to do Tasmania or try our cultural hertiage with our events such as arts, museums and sport in Tasmania and places to go in Tasmania.

Scenic Drives

Scenic drives Tasmania’s network of highways allows you to loop around the island using a combination of routes. The road to the west coast (A10) winds from Hobart to Strahan through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (WHA). You can follow the Bass Highway (A2) along the north-west coast to the far north-west.

On the east coast, the Tasman Highway (A3) takes you alongside beaches and tiny seaside towns to Coles Bay and Freycient National Park and on to St Helens.

On the the Lake Highway (A5) you cross the "roof" of Tasmania - the Central Plateau; while the Heritage Highway (Highway1) links the historic Georgian midland villages.

On the Arthur Highway (A9) you travel the Tasman Peninsula to Port Arthur and the Port Arthur Historic Site, while the Huon Highway (A6) takes you to waterways and wilderness south of Hobart. Acknowledgements:



When you book luxury or even budget rental camper van, motor home, mobile homes or RV as they are also known hire in Hobart through our Tasmania Motorhomes site, you will receive a dependable slefdribe camper or motorhhome from an reputable, experienced and established supplier who's brand is world renowned and at our best rates and packages.

Russel Falls  with the courtesy of Tourism TasmaniaTasmania - a wilderness adventure seekers paradise with numerous internationally known heritage listed National Parks. With one third of the State in World Heritage areas, you will find parks and reserves to enjoy accessible wilderness and nature. Tasmania is rich and vibrant with it's unique fauna and flora species - many unique to the island of Tasmania such as the Tasmanian Devil

Because of the well maintained road network, it is easy to see many differing landscapes in a rather short time line. Whether you have allocated a few days or asay two weeks, your touring will be rewarding and memorable.

Around some 20% of Tasmania is classified as a World Heritage area of true outstanding natural and cultural significance. Tasmanians breathe some of the world's cleanest air, drink pure crystral clear water and grow mouth-watering rich and vibrant produce from it's island's fertile soil.

Tasmania's oceans and coastlines are also there for those diving. There are hundreds of diving and snorkelling sites all over Tasmania to suit all diving abilities . To find the right site for you, visit or ask a local dive operator.

Tasmania Australia -Photographic Credits: Images Courtesy of and Copyright to - © Tourism Tasmania
Tasmania mcampers and motorhomes selfdrive specials available nowwww.tasmaniamotorhomes.comt is part of the specialist for selfdrive vehicle hire and rentals and camping and accommodated one day or extended tour and safari broker group of Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals and Goholi Pty Ltd group being an experienced respected licensed Travel Agent in Australia (Tel +61 (0) 8 7999 7511). Why come to us and not the supplier direct - We can offer a reasonable discount's off various recommended supplier rates. Simply when we receive a request we recommend the different suppliers of which some you know and some you don't, then we compare the prices, what's included, availabilty limitations, standard or all inclusive quotes and prepare a detailed lenghty quote in a easy to read format detailing all you need to know about the vehicle and how to book. We then book the vehicle with a small deposit to confirm reservation for you and collect full payment of the daily basic rental 45 days prior to travel to fully complete the booking and to save any problems that may arise if you were to try to pay the balance of the daily basic rental at pickup. We then pay the supplier immediatley the following working day so your funds of the required rental monies are in the hands of the supplier. From here you will receive our E-Ticket via email which you confirm back to us then print it and take it to the Britz/CT/Maui/Apollo depot and collect your vehicle on the day of pickup. *All vehicle specifications, contents & layouts are subject to change without notice & may vary due to modifications and/or upgrades. Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals cannot be held liable for any such variance.
Copyright © Copyright protected software - Do Not Copy