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Ford Falcon Station Wagon | Travellers Autobarn

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The Ford Falcon station wagon is the most rented and popular car among backpackers in Australia. It has all the comforts of driving a regular sized car with a large trunk where you can sleep on a mattress.

The size of the trunk of this Ford Falcon Station Wagon is why so many backpackers pick this model - you can sleep in it, bring your surfboard or a bike and still have room for your luggage. Another reason why the Ford Falcon Station Wagon model is so popular is, of course, the rental rate.

As a backpacker you'll have to make the choice on how to get around Australia and you'll find that the Ford Falcon Station Wagon costs about the same as travelling around the country by bus. So, only one question remains: which option do you prefer?

The Falcon Station Wagon carries up to five passengers but only sleeps two people inside the vehicle (mattress not included). A tent is included for sleeping an additional two people.

Please note. The high season for campervan rental in Australia runs from October to March. The earlier you book, the better the prices. When availability decreases, the campervans become more expensive. Don't wait too long to book!

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Ford Falcon Station wagon rental locations in Australia

Map of the Travellers Autobarn centres in Australia - KILROY


  • Unlimited kilometres
  • Gas cooker
  • Cooler
  • 24/7 Roadside Assistance
  • Road atlas
  • Cutlery
  • Pots and pans
  • Tea towel
  • Cleaning utensils
  • 2-person dome tent
  • 2 camping chairs
  • 1 camping table


  • Ideal for groups of up to five people
  • Plenty of luggage space
  • Sleep in the back of the vehicle (two people, own mattress required)
  • Option to sleep in tent
  • A/C in driver's cabin
  • Automatic transmission
  • 4.1L engine, 6 cylinders
  • Unleaded fuel, 13-14 L/100 km
  • Power Steering

Driving and sleeping in the Ford Falcon Station Wagon

The Ford Falcon holds up to five passengers when driving. Two in the front seats and three in the back. The trunk sleeps two people but the rental price also includes a camping tent for an additional two people. Which means essentially you can sleep four people with the standard backpacker setup. If you're a group of five people, you'll need to rent an extra tent.

With a 70-litre petrol tank the Ford Falcon station wagon can drive you 550 kilometres before it's time to refuel.

Rental Locations and one-way rental

There are six Travellers Autobarn rental centres in Australia - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns, Perth and Darwin.

It is possible to book free one-way rentals between the rental centres on the East Coast (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns). A one-way rental fee applies for one-way trips to and from Perth and Darwin (AUD $300-700).

Age restrictions

No young driver fees with this vehicle! Drivers with a valid drivers licence and aged a minimum of 18 years of age can rent this Ford Falcon station wagon (normally 21 years and at least one year licence).


The rental price varies according to demand and season. You'll get the lowest price if you book your Ford Falcon Station Wagon well in advance when availability is high. It's also cheaper to travel during low season. On the other hand, if you book close to your departure date or book your camper for high season, you'll pay more. It's just like flight tickets! For an accurate quote on your preferred travel dates, please get in touch - we're here to help.

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