About Cheapa Campa
Still not convinced campervan holidays are for you?
Cheapa Campa part of the Apollo Motorhome Holidays group has been helping customers enjoy unforgettable road travel experiences since 1985. Apollo's fleet of quality campervans, motorhomes, 4WDs and cars and exceptional team have helped thousands of customers explore Australia and New Zealand.
Apollo Motorhome Holidays is a division of Apollo Tourism & Leisure Ltd (ATL). ATL is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and is a multi-national, vertically integrated manufacturer, rental fleet operator, wholesaler and retailer of a broad range of recreational vehicles, including motorhomes, campervans and caravans.
The Apollo Motorhome Holidays suite of rental brands has been created to cater for the needs and budgets of our customers, including our premium brand Star RV, flagship brand Apollo, value brand Cheapa Campa, and youth brand Hippie Camper. Cheapa is dedicated to world class customer service and great rates.
Here at Cheapa we offer quality campers with friendly and helpful service.
Every campervan rental also comes with:
- Unlimited Kilometres
- Generous Long Term Discounts
- Standard Protection Cover
- 24 Hour Roadside Assistance
- Free Maps and Camping Guides
- Rentals to drivers over the age of 21
Optional Extras Available:
- Outdoor Table & Chairs
- Portable GPS Navigation Systems
- Satellite Phones
- EPIRB Satellite Safety Beacon
- Baby & Booster Seats
- Personal Kits
We also provide all travelers with a complimentary welcome pack for the first night to make your campervan rental holiday as enjoyable as staying in a hotel. The pack contains matches, mini shampoo and conditioner, dishwashing liquid, sponge, soap, salt and pepper, coffee, tea and sugar sachets.
Apollo was founded by Gus and Carolyn Trouchet in 1985. Since 1997 and 1998 respectively, sons Luke Trouchet (CEO) and Karl Trouchet (CFO) have expanded the business significantly, initiating international expansion to New Zealand, the USA and Canada. Apollo remained family owned and operated until November 2016 prior to listing on the Australian Stock Exchange. Apollo is still led by majority shareholders Luke and Karl Trouchet, and as such, management is both financially and personally invested in the business.