Spaceships campervan hire in Airlie Beach
Campervan hire Airlie Beach made easy by Spaceships. Airlie Beach is the vibrant hub of the Whitsundays. It is the perfect launch pad for exploring the Whitsundays or to head up or down the beautiful Queensland Coast.
This is the perfect place for picking up or dropping off your campervan hire. Airlie Beach is located between Brisbane and Cairns and offers the best starting point to explore the surrounding coastline if you are in a short timeframe.
Contactless pick-up process - COVID-19 update
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic Spaceships Australia continues to operate out of all of our Australian locations, Airlie Beach, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Cairns, Hobart, Melbourne, and Sydney. To maintain high safety standards for our customers and our staff we will be operating these locations as contactless -We’ll give you all the information you need prior to pick up. We will also continue to keep our vehicles cleaned at the highest standards possible.
Please stay up to date and read the official updates from the Australian government relating to COVID-19.
Spaceships Airlie Beach has extremely high standards for checking and cleaning our campervans & cars. We are proud to have been awarded the Australian COVID Clean Practising Business label.
Spaceships Airlie Beach depot address
344 Shute Harbour Road (operating out of Gypsy Travel)
Brisbane. QLD. 4802
Price & availability of campervans in Airlie Beach: create a quote online & book it in at the best price available (discounts & deals will be applied automatically). No hidden costs. The price you see is the price you'll pay.
Opening hours of Spaceships Airlie Beach
- Monday – Friday: 11am - 4pm*
- Saturday 9am – 1pm*
- Sunday: -*
- * FREE after-hours pick-up and drop-off is available. If you wish to pick up or drop off your vehicle outside these hours you must notify us when booking your campervan.
Free transfer from Proserpine Airport
We offer a FREE transfer from Proserpine Airport to our depot for hires 21 days or longer. You must contact us to confirm this transfer before your pick-up date.
Useful info for your road trip from Airlie Beach
Closest car wash bay: United Fuel Station, Shute Harbour Rd @ Paluma Rd, Cannonvale
Closest fuel station: Whitsunday Shopping Centre, 226 Shute Harbour Rd, Cannonvale, 4802
Recommended paid campgrounds
Base Backpackers, 336 Shute Harbour Rd, Airlie Beach, QLD, 1800 24 BASE (242273)
Big4 Adventure Whitsunday Resort, 25-29 Shute Harbour Rd, Airile Beach, QLD, 4802
Base Backpackers, 336 Shute Harbour Rd, Airlie Beach, QLD, 1800 24 BASE (24 2273)
YHA Backpackers – 394 Shute Harbour Rd, Airile Beach, QLD, 4802, 07 4946 6312
Airlie Beach: The Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef
Situated halfway up the Queensland Coast it is the perfect place to begin or end your road trip if you don’t have enough time to travel all the way to/from Cairns. Airlie Beach has the laidback Queensland atmosphere that makes you really feel like you are on holiday as soon as you arrive. Kick back at the Airlie Beach lagoon or walk the main street checking out the many cafés and bars just waiting for you.
Being the mainland port for the beautiful Whitsundays – most of the day and overnight boats that cruise the Whitsundays leave from Airlie Beach. We recommend Ocean Rafting or Red Cat Adventures for your day trips or Atlantic Clipper, Powerplay or Ride to Paradise for overnight trips. No trip to Airlie Beach is complete without exploring the spectacular Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsundays are the heart of the reef!
Road trip time!
In and around Airlie Beach there is plenty to explore before and after you pick up your Spaceship or while you still have it! Heading up or down the coast is amazing but so is heading west and checking out some Outback Queensland. Cania Gorge and Carnavon Gorge should be on every explorer’s bucket list!
Spaceships Campervan hire in Airlie Beach is the perfect solution for any road trip. As a Spaceship drives like a regular car, comes with unlimited kilometres and more awesome stuff, it's the perfect way to explore Australia. So, what are you waiting for?