Darwin / Kakadu National Park / Katherine Gorge /
The Red Centre / Uluru and now introducing Tasmania!

Where the rubber hits the road!

An adventure holiday exploring the natural beauty of Australia’s vast outback is a magical and unforgettable experience. This is made even more special when you can drive off the beaten track, escape the mainstream crowds, be in control of your own itineraries and enjoy the freedom to travel at your own pace.

The colours of the Northern Territory’s landscape are like no other. From the rich reds of the Central Australian desert, the tranquil, tropical green of the Top End’s amazing parks, through to the sparkling blue water that surrounds Darwin.

Combine this with a world of centuries-old art and culture, the history of our early settlers – including the gold rush, exotic wildlife that attracts international enthusiasts (not to mention the acclaimed Barramundi fishing) and the most sensational sunrises (particularly Uluru) and sunsets (all over but Darwin Harbour can’t be missed) imaginable.

We aim to provide you with the best advice for you to get the most out of your adventure holiday – here are some of our sample itineraries to guide you.

See you in Tasmania!

Adventure Rentals are thrilled to now offer Hobart, Tasmania as a new depot with operations commencing from 1 December 2019 to 31 March 2020.

The ‘Apple Island’ is a perfect fit to our business model of offering boutique 4WD rentals to explore wild and beautiful landscapes. This is further complemented with outstanding food, world-class wines set against this relaxed island’s lifestyle.

Please note: Tasmania bookings must be a minimum 10 days.

We enjoyed a few days in Kakadu, a highlight would be the rock art and sunset at Ubirr – not to be missed! – Jane, New Zealand

Sample Itineraries

Suggested Itinerary – Top End Map

Top End

From Darwin the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park is only around a two hour drive, about an hour and a half to Litchfield National Park and Katherine, home of the famous Katherine Gorge, is over a three hour drive. Each of these regions is brimming with natural beauty, pristine waterways and a diverse mix of culture.

Suggested Itinerary – Central Australia Map

Central Australia

The environment surrounding Alice Springs, also known as the Red Centre, consists of several deserts and mountain ranges. Yulara is the town from which to visit Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park. The magnificent Kings Canyon is home to the weathered domes of the Lost City and Garden of Eden.


Western Australia / Broome

Sample itinerary to come, watch this space!

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