2 Berth Highball
Wakey-wakey, eggs and bakey. Time for your early morning stretch in the Mighty Highball, with heaps of headroom. This camper sleeps up to 2 mates, so your Aussie cross-country campervanning trip can go on and on and on. But first, sink your chops into a big grilled brekkie thanks to the brilliant kitchen area. Break away from the city, and see Australia in a down-to-earth Highball campervan.
Min. Driving Age 18 years
2WD RVs - Travel Restrictions - 01st Apr,2024 till 31st March, 2025 (Travel Season 24/25)
Our 2WD RVs 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 attraction.
thl 2WD RVs can be driven to any island on sealed roads provided permission is obtained from On-Road Assist prior to travel. For all other information on road restrictions please see the thl ‘summary of terms’ link in your quote.
Restricted (Permission Required)
All/various: Any Islands
Queensland: North of Laura/Cooktown, North Stradbroke Island and Magnetic Island
South Australia: Kangaroo Island
Tasmania: Bruny Island
Western Australia: -
Northern Territory: All Hippie vehicles
Not Permitted at All Times
All/various: Unsealed roads longer than 12km, all ski access roads from 01 June to 30 September, any Beaches, Old Gunbarrel Hwy, Great Central Road
Queensland: 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: -
Tasmania: All Hippie vehicles
Western Australia: Canning Stock Route, Nanutarra Road (unsealed short cut to Tom Price), Karijini National Park (unsealed road sections)
Northern Territory: 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