Not all campers are suitable for all driving situations, so it’s important the right camper is chosen for the travel planned. At its discretion, thl may restrict travel in certain areas due to adverse road or weather conditions, and the distance to nominated destinations in relation to the length of the rental period. If applicable, any further restrictions will be mentioned at pick-up. Guests are encouraged to contact On-Road Assist on 1300 850 805 if they have any concerns regarding road accessibility. 


Guests who travel to restricted areas without permission may void the liability option in the event of damage or accident.

Our 2WD campers aren’t equipped for rough terrain and cannot be driven on unsealed roads, with exception of well-maintained access roads less than 12 kilometres long which lead to recognised commercial campgrounds and major tourist attractions. 2WD campers can be driven to any island on sealed roads provided permission is obtained from On-Road Assist at pick-up. 

2WD Travel Restrictions:



Restricted (Permission Required) 

Not Permitted at All Times 


Any Islands with access via ferry 

Unsealed roads longer than 12km, all ski access roads from 01 June to 30 September, any Beaches, Old Gunbarrel Hwy, Great Central Road 


North of Laura/Cooktown, North Stradbroke Island and Magnetic Island 

Fraser Island, Moreton Island, Cape York between the months of December to May, Old Telegraph Track section of the road to Cape York 

South Australia 

Kangaroo Island 



Bruny Island 

All Hippie vehicles  

Western Australia 


Canning Stock Route, Nanutarra Road (unsealed short cut to Tom Price), Karijini National Park (unsealed road sections) 

Northern Territory 

All Hippie vehicles 


Lost City in Litchfield Park, Boggy Hole (Finke Gorge National Park), Ghan Heritage Road (from Titjikala to Finke), Gunlom Area, Gubara, Shady Camp, Old Jim Jim Road, Jim Jim Falls, Twin Falls, Mereenie Loop Road (unsealed section), Ernst Giles Road, Old South Road