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Where to pick up your car
The most popular location to pick up a car is Melbourne Airport (MEL), which is around 20km north of Melbourne's centre.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Melbourne are Europcar, Hertz, East Coast Rentals, Ace Rent a Car and Jucy.
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Warmest month: January (21°C)
Coldest month: July (10°C)
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Hire a car in Melbourne
Melbourne is a bright metropolis, ripe with international influence and artsy details.
Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne is a collection of cool neighbourhoods and hipster suburbs, which encompass its central skyscraper-riddled business district. Rivalling Sydney as the country’s cultural capital, the city carries out sporting events with a fierce passion and basks in a food-frenzy spotlight.
Melbourne’s added bonus: you can easily drive to some of Australia’s most exceptional natural scenery. Search for your Melbourne car hire with easyCar, and follow the ocean roads.
Car rental in Melbourne – the numbers
Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Melbourne?
A. Seven to eight days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Melbourne?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Melbourne?
A. Jucy is the cheapest car rental brand in Melbourne, offering cars from just £10 per day.
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Many of Melbourne’s museums and galleries are free, such as the renowned National Gallery of Victoria. Take advantage of the city’s cultural gems on a rainy afternoon!
Store hours aren’t very long, often closing particularly early Monday to Wednesday and on the weekends. It’s better to go shopping in the morning in order track down that item you left at home.
It’s not a custom to tip in Australia and not expected. If you want to show your thanks for good service, 10% of the bill is fine.
There are free WiFi spots in across areas of the city, this includes Federation Square and State Library of Victoria.
When to visit
March to May and September to October are ideal for comfortable weather and fewer tourists. During the summer – December to February – the city is busy and sweaty.
Tips for driving in Melbourne
Melbourne has the highest number of trams in Australia. Do not overtake a stopped tram and remember that they always have right of way.
This is a rule to be aware of in the Central Business District and will be indicated by overhead signs. Approach the intersection and move to the far left side, wait until the traffic lights turn green, then turn right.
Central parking in Melbourne is usually metered, so keep some coins handy. Time restrictions are common during the day but often end after 8:30pm.
Unless otherwise stated, the speed limit within Melbourne is 50km/h.
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A wild escape
The ultimate Melbourne road trip
Melbourne Airport MEL
Melbourne Airport is the second busiest in Australia.
Car hire pick up point
Most car hire desks are located on the ground floor of the terminals, some will send a shuttle.
With wineries, hot springs and golf, there are some fine ways to relax here.
The big attraction on this island? Tiny penguins who waddle up from the ocean to the shore each evening.
Wilsons Promontory National Park
The most southern point of Australia, you’ll find scenic bushwalks and refreshing beaches.
The perfect place to cast your fishing line or paddle out and meander around the area’s small islands.