Car Hire Australia & Car Rental

It's all about Australia

With a population of approximately twenty-two million, Australia uses the Australian Dollars (AUD) as its Currency

The largest cities in Australia are: (in order of population)

  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Adelaide
  • Brisbane
  • Gold Coast
  • Newcastle
  • Canberra

The capital of Australia is Canberra where we can help you organise rental cars in Australia. Our reservations team can help with the hire of a vehicle (from small economy vehicles to vans and luxury cars) or just a simple hire car for a holiday, business trip or long term. Our campervan hire range in Australia is also extensive!

Overview

Why is it when you ask people across the globe where they always wanted to visit, the answer is usually "Australia".

Australia is rich in natual wonders and native animals. The size of the country really is enormous, so you would need to plan your trip carefully to ensure you see the depth and breadth of the country.

What to Do / Where to Go

  • Rent a car in Sydney and the Opera House
  • Climb the Harbour Bridge
  • Learn to Surf
  • Pat a Kangaroo or hold a Koala
  • See the Great Barrier Reef
  • Climb Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • Ride a Melbourne Tram
  • Have a beer in an Aussie Pub

Resources

What are the driving conditions like in Australia?

The driving conditions in the capital cities is excellent, usually with wide streets and organised traffic signalling. In smaller towns you'll find drivers can be slow to coincide with the slower pace of living so don't be too aggressive. In rurual and country areas the conditions can be difficult so please take care and monitor weather conditions and any signage while out and about. Be sure to have adequate levels of water and any reserve fuel if you're travelling in remote areas where conditions can be fierce.

What are Australian drivers like?

Australian drivers are usually very courteous, however in major capital's like Sydney and Melbourne during peak periods things can become a little agressive. Be sure to keep your cool!

Are there any unique or specific driving laws in Australia?

In Melbourne city, they have Hook Turns which allow for smoother traffic flows. Be sure to familiarise yourself with the correct procedure before driving in the central business district.

Toll Roads operate throughout Australia so familiarise yourself with any payments that may be required otherwise you may be issued with a fine.

Seat Belts are also mandatory in all States of the country.

Most Popular Rental Cars in Australia