Driving Limits – Frequently Asked Questions

You are allocated 150kms per night free. So over a 7 night hire, 7 x 150kms = 1050kms free. Kms thereafter are calculated at 35 cents per km.

No, our insurance does not cover driving between sunrise to sunset out side of city (or town) limits and we strongly advise to plan to make your destination by 5pm and depart after 7.30am.

This is due to stations in the North West not having fences with both Cattle and Sheep on the road as well as natural wildlife (kangaroo in particular become active late afternoon and through the night)

You can go to most destinations in our other 2WD Camper Vans, however, pick up and drop off is in Exmouth unless a one-way hire is approved.

2WD Camper must not be used on any unsealed road (being a road not sealed with a hard material such as a tar, bitumen or concrete). Off road conditions include, but are not limited to fire trails, beaches, sands, tracks, fields, and paddocks. The only exception to this is reasonable use of access roads limited to a maximum of 3 kilometres in length to recognised commercial campgrounds.

The following areas are strictly off limits for all 2WD vehicles:

  • Ningaloo Station
  • Warrorra Station
  • Giralia Station
  • Gnaraloo Station
  • Certain day use areas within Karijini National Park


Yes, you can drive all of our units over to Karijini National Park, however, some day use areas are still off limits for our 2WD Campers because of the long sections of unsealed roads.

2WD Restricted areas : Any Day use area from the Karijini Eco Retreat Camping area. IE, Handrail Pool, Kermits Pool, Weano day use areas.

Not Restricted areas: Dales Camp Ground accessing Dale Gorge, Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool, Circulate Pool, Joffree Gorge (Karijini Eco Retreat) etc…

Any 2WD vehicles found travelling on these roads will automatically void any liability option and will be liable for all costs incurred repairing the vehicle.

Please refer to the Terms and Conditions Rental Agreement for full details on restricted roads for our 2WD Campers.


No, unfortunately the road is 4WD only south of Yardie Creek.