Newly built 2023 models! The compact Apollo Adventure Camper 4WD is perfect for those interested in a real outback adventure. Far roomier than similar vehicles, this 4WD campervan is built on the Toyota and Nissan 4wd chassis and ideal for thrill seeking couples who wish to camp in luxury. The extra fuel capacity (120L) means you can travel for longer without too many fuel stops and the outdoor cooking facilities allow you to cook and enjoy a dinner under the large awning or under the stars.
Peter and Margret de Boer, the Netherlands, Apollo 4wd Adventure camper, Australia July 2019
Hi René and Ester,
We have returned from a wonderful trip in Western Australia. Also our planned family visit in Brisbane was great.
We would like to thank you for helping to plan our holiday and organising the 4wd camper for this trip. The choice of camper was really good. We were lucky, since we were allocated a brand new one! See the attached photo’s.
Thank you very much, and again, thanks for all your speedy replies and excellent service.
Next time we go to Australia or one of the other countries that you offer vehicles in, we will first come to you again!
Peter en Margret de Boer
Curtis, Ball, Halley and Henry families, Apollo Adventure campers, Australia 2016 & 2017
We are home from our holiday in WA and what a wonderful holiday it was. That area of Oz is magnificent. I’ve attached a photo of all 4 vans arranged in the corral style that we adopted.
We missed out on Litchfield Park and we would like to come back and do that. These campers are a great way to explore and holiday away from cities and hotels.
Emma and Steve Francis, Apollo 4wd Adventure Camper, Australia, October 2015
The information presented on the website was the most comprehensive around 4WD camper hire that I came across. Booking was straightforward, and my queries to Totally Campers staff were dealt with quickly and provided the information that I was after. Very helpful.
The Apollo Adventurer was fit for purpose for a week’s touring of the National Parks. Basic, but more comfortable and convenient than tent camping, and the air-con was a god-send during the sultry nights. Having a small fridge to chill our drinks was quite a luxury.
Having beautiful Wangi Falls to ourselves on a lovely warm spring evening in Litchfield NP. The remote campsite was peaceful and nothing beats cooking your dinner on the BBQ while the fruit bats leave their roost in squadrons overhead. Unfortunately, several of the 4WD trails that we had planned to take were closed due to fire during our visit, so we could not make as much use of this facility as we had planned. However, we did take an unplanned 4WD drive to Maguk in Kakadu NP (photo attached), which was an unexpected gem. The road is not especially challenging in the dry, but the walk along the wooded creek to a small waterfall and pretty plunge pool is charming.
I would recommend the TotallyCampers service to find a camper that suits your requirements!
Emma & Steve (UK)