Mid-Season Sale

15% OFF*
Darwin to Darwin or Alice Springs to Alice Springs

*Vehicle to be returned to depot by 30 September 2019. Minimum 5 day rental 4WD and 4WD with camping equipment. Subject to availability.

Super Sale

25% OFF* Darwin to Alice Springs

*Vehicle to be in Alice Springs by 7 October 2019. Minimum 5 day rental 4WD and 4WD with camping equipment. Subject to availability.

Super Sale

25% OFF* Alice Springs to Darwin (Request availability)

*Booking discount applies for trips to be taken after 13 October 2019. Minimum 5 day rental 4WD and 4WD with camping equipment. Subject to availability.

Pick ups from our new Tasmania depot available December 2019
New! Tasmania

Depot available December

Explore the comforts of our new camper trailers
our Camper Trailers
Explore the Comforts of
4WD hire with unlimited kilometres!

Unlimited Kilometres

from $160*per day (Vehicle only)

*Conditions apply

Explore the wonders of Kakadu and beyond
Explore the Wonders
of Kakadu & Beyond
Freedom to let the rubber hit the road
Freedom to let the

Rubber hit the road

4WD self drive adventures Northern Territory

Adventures

4WD Self-Drive

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Outback Self-Drive Safaris in Premium 4WD Comfort

Adventure Rentals premium quality 4WD vehicles and equipment provide the perfect freedom to discover the amazing scenery of some of Australia’s most remote parks and unpopulated outback areas. With the bonus of unlimited kilometres, this is the ultimate self-drive safari to share with your partner, family or close friends in comfort and style.

Customer testimonials

Postcards from the Outback

Timeline PhotosIt's not ALL birds here at Kakadu. There are these as well...

That time when you were in the right place at the right time, with a camera! Caz Goulding recently snapped this shot at Cahills Crossing.

Croc spotting is a must-do activity when visiting Kakadu, you'll find the best time to see them is at high tide when they wait for bait fish like mullet and barramundi to flow downstream.

Saltwater crocodiles inhabit most areas of water in Kakadu National Park, including floodplains, freshwater billabongs, creeks and rivers. Visitors should always assume crocs are present - even when you can't see them - and to always obey warning signs designed to keep you #crocwise. The best place to view them at Cahills Crossing is from the visitor viewing platform.

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