Welcome to Cruisin Tasmania. One of Tasmania's premier rental companies specialising in Motorhomes and Campervans. Travelling by motorhome or campervan is a fantastic way to see Australia. Explore Tasmania in a comfortable, spacious, self-contained motorhome or campervan from Cruisin' Tasmania. Why be tied down to a daily schedule? In your own travelling home, you can plan your journey as you go.
Cruisin' Tasmania Motorhomes has an excellent range of campervans and motorhomes ideal for touring Tasmania. Our range has 2 berth campervans and 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 berth motorhomes.
Cruisin Tasmania Motorhomes offers Self Drive Motorhome Hire, RV Rental, and Campervan Hire at Devonport, Hobart, and Launceston - for travel throughout Tasmania. Our partner, Cruisin Motorhomes, offers additional hire and options through Tasmania and mainland ...read more
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Watch out! We hired a camper for 10 days. We returned the vehicle and they found very minor damage which we are certain we did not do. They kept our 5,000 dollar deposit for three weeks. They did not return phone calls, would not explain what was going on. Always someone “new” to the company who could ]not tell us what was going on. The vehicle was continuously let so that it was not in the depot for them to do a damage assessment! A lot of stress and upset ??. Absolutely spoiled our holiday. In the end they charged us about 300 dollars for the damage.
My husband and I have had an extremely bad experience with a company called Cruisin Motorhomes Pty Ltd when hiring the RV we used on our honeymoon. Despite purchasing the ironically named Hassle Free insurance package at the rate of $48.00 per day, with a limited liability of $300.00 in the event of damage to the rented vehicle (through no fault of our own) the company has debited $1,115.00 to my Credit Card (without even calling me to tell me until 24 hours after the debit). This was because the annex we erected (strictly in accordance with the instructions) collapsed when two plastic holders supporting it snapped. Cruisin allege that itâ??s not covered by the insurance policy because it constitutes overhead damage. However the definition of overhead damage pursuant to the rental agreement is damage caused by contact with any object, structure or obstruction. Given the annex simply collapsed whilst correctly erected and whilst the vehicle was parked,read more