Campervan Hire and Motorhome Hire
At Apollo, we love road trips and we are happy to help you on your way to discovering the beautiful scenic roads throughout Australia, New Zealand and the United States. We have been helping holidaymakers embark on unforgettable journeys and enjoy unique experiences for more than 30 years.
From a giant sheep to a Dead Sea salt pool and an imposing rock curved like a wave, there are plenty of surprises in WA’s Southern Wheatbelt. You’ll love these 5 under-the-radar gems!
Imagine if the water spurting from your tap had to travel 560km to get there! For the past century, the earth’s most precious resource has been feeding through a giant pipeline, drawn from the Perth Hills and sent to WA’s eastern Wheatbelt farmlands and the metal-rich Goldfields.
Winter might be coming to a chilling end, but there’s nothing like the promise of sunshine and pretty blooms to get you through the final days of cooling temps. Cue the award-winning Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, a massive 10-day fiesta
There are at least a dozen iconic Australian road trips. The place is just so damned big and, more than that, open. How can an intrepid traveler not want to drive it? There’s the “Red Center road trip” and the “Barrier Reef road trip” and the “Top End road trip” and the “Wine Region road trip” and… I could go on for a long while.
“What’s your favourite place you’ve ever been?” People ask travel writers this all the time. Until recently, I’ve never had a clear answer. It’s not for a lack of sample size either. Having made landfall on all seven continents within a calendar year, I should be well equipped with a response. Yet whenever folks ask, my go-to answers have always seemed canned.
Granite-strewn National Parks, street art-adorned laneways, magical waterfalls and even a zoo — Southern Queensland Country has serious family-holiday creds and we haven’t even mentioned the 5-star wineries and glamping that keep the parents extremely content as well!
When it comes to road trips, Australia and New Zealand are literally riddled with routes. From highways that skirt dramatic coastlines to narrow roads that weave through pretty countryside, and others that scale mountain passes, there’s no better way to explore Australia than by a self-drive family holiday.
This article originally appeared on Southern Queensland Country. Perfect if you’re sneaking in a mini-break from Brisbane or the Gold Coast, this 3-day itinerary will have you cruising country roads, walking in the spray of waterfalls, crunching along granite trails...
One of the best things about heading off on a road trip in a motorhome or campervan, is how easy it is to pack off and set off for a new destination. We recently had Jason Daniel, the founder of LSKD clothing, and his beautiful wife Ally take their 13-month old son on...
To help you explore to best of Tasmania’s we’ve put together a 9 day itinerary that will take you from Hobart to the states famous waterfalls and heritage listed national parks, to blooming lavender farms and laidback seaside towns rich with colonial history, before returning back to Hobart.
We recently had Steph Luck and her beautiful family including her little ones Zyla Grace & Huxley Ryan, join us for a family road trip from Sydney to Coffs Harbour. Steph has kindly shared her family’s itinerary and top tips for travelling with kids.
Six times the size of Britain, Australia’s Northern Territory is the home of the real outback. Welcoming and laid back, the NT is known around the world for its iconic natural treasures, ancient Aboriginal culture, birds and wildlife, dramatic landscapes,...