Let us take away the hassle out of deciding what to pack, particularly if you are heading off on your first campervan holiday. You will find that many everyday essentials are supplied in your maui camper, so that for starters makes things a lot easier:
Apartment styled kitchen equipment - all you have to do is check out our menu suggestions for inspiration, stock your fridge and choose the view you want to create your culinary delights next to. Your maui motorhome will come with china plates, bowls, cups, cutlery, wine glasses, drinking glasses, coffee plunger, bottle/can opener, mixing bowls, colander, saucepans, frying pans, chopping board, electric jug, gas kettle, tea towel, toaster.
Freshly laundered linen & bedding for the best night’s sleep including pillows, pillowcases, duvets (doonas), sheets, towels.
Other useful items to make your holiday easy – pegs, clothes hangers, dustpan & brush, biodegradable toilet chemicals, fire extinguisher, dishwashing detergent, bucket & hose, disposable gloves, broom, matches, toilet roll and bin liner.
So what to pack? We’ve put together the below checklist as a general guide. But remember, there’s no need to panic if you have forgotten anything as you can always purchase supplies once you arrive with all our branches located in major tourist hubs - a convenience store is never too far away. You can stock up on items for your Australian driving holiday such as washing powder at a local supermarket rather than it taking up valuable luggage space!
It’s a good idea to pack your gear in soft luggage bags as they are a lot easier to store in your campervan than a hard suitcase.
What to Pack?
Money/currency - travellers cheques, credit cards, Australian cash, bank/debit card
Travel insurance - leave one copy of your policy at home and take one copy with you
International Driver's Licence
Camera, battery charger / extra batteries, spare memory stick
Watch with alarm
Mobile phone & charger
Laptop and power cord
Sunscreen – the AU UV rays are harsh, we suggest you pack this for all seasons.
Torch – handy if you need don't want to disturb your travelling companion during the night and need to search through a cupboard or bag or if you prefer to use campground bathroom facilities rather than you campervan toilet.
Eco plastic bags – handy to store your dirty laundry, wet towels and rubbish. Zip lock bags are handy to keep meal left overs fresh.
- Contact lens/eyeglasses prescriptions
Prescriptions for any medications you may need - always carry medicines in correctly labelled containers
Doctor's certificates/vaccination certificates
First aid kit – or you can purchase this from any maui branch
Travel sickness tablets
- Toothbrush & toothpaste
Shampoo / Conditioner
Razor / shaving cream
- Clothing & footwear
- Check the seasonal conditions so you pack appropriately
Comfortable walking shoes
Sandals / thongs / jandals / flip flops – handy to use at communal campground bathrooms