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Where to pick up your car
There are over 75 car hire locations in Australia, and the most popular city is Melbourne.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Australia are East Coast Rentals, Hertz, Europcar, Ace and Thrifty.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Australia are May and July.
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The world’s smallest continent but largest island, Australia is an oasis of natural wonders.
The country down under has everything, from bright beaches and crystal waters to barren landscapes and lush rainforests. Its big cities lead the way in how-to-be hip and are a lively showcase of what happens when modern spirit meets an unbeatable admiration for the great outdoors.
Although driving distances between places can be long and exhausting, it means the road trips here are some of the best. Search for your perfect car hire with easyCar and let your imagination run wild as you start off on your Australian adventure.
Get to know Australia
Few other cities hold such a rivalry as Sydney and Melbourne. Though neither is the true capital of Australia, they are constantly battling it out for the country’s top spot. But with a nine hour drive between the two, most visitors only have the time to visit one of Australia’s two biggest cities. So which is the best choice for you?
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State: New South Wales
Climate: Matching the city’s beautiful beaches is its plentiful amount of sunny, Vitamin D rich weather. So if you’re seeking flawless summer days, Sydney’s the place.
Iconic landmark: Sydney Opera House
What’s it known for: Sydney is known firstly for its standout landmarks, which really have become the icons for the whole of Australia. The city also boasts top urban beaches and an unforgettable waterfront.
Best nearby road trip: Grand Pacific Drive
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Climate: Melbourne has its fair share of blissful days but on average, the city is known to experiences four seasons in one day. Pack for all weather conditions and watch out for the wind!
Iconic landmark: Queen Victoria Market
What’s it known for: Melbourne has managed to overthrow Sydney as Australia’s cultural capital, making it the place to visit for museums and galleries. The city’s reputation for having an unbeatable coffee scene is also undisputed.
Best nearby road trip: The Great Ocean Road
The smallest state
Australia’s isolated island state, Tasmania is the country’s small but enchanting jewel. Despite its size compared to mainland states, Tasmania manages to pack in an abundance of wild and diverse landscapes. Its natural beauty ranges from mountains to untamed coastline, while its food scene is among the country’s best, proving the island to be more than just a side attraction. Fly into Hobart, the island’s capital, pick-up your car rental and explore Tasmania.
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Australia’s six states and two territories have each developed their own personalities and defining characteristics. But the country’s more isolated provinces have really refined their identities, finding ways to stand out against the country’s busier, more internationally known provinces.
This frontier territory is where you’ll find pieces of Australia’s true outback. It's famed for its national parks and Aboriginal history, and fullly embodies a sense of isolation – only one percent of its land is inhabited. Darwin, the North’s capital, is the gateway to amazing landscapes, while the city of Alice Springs is the physical heart of Australia.
The driest state on the driest continent, the South Australian heat can be unforgiving. Yet, vineyards here flourish, as does its art scene and abundant number of festivals. Over half of South Australians live in the state’s capital, Adelaide. The city is the launch point to the famous Kangaroo Island and surrounding wineries.
Australia’s largest state, the west is where the desert meets lush coastline. Its laid-back and youthful capital, Perth, is Australia’s fourth biggest city. Known for its sunshine and endless beaches, the city is gradually pulling more tourists to the west. If you’re seeking an easygoing outback vibe, this state is the place to be.