Car Rental Canberra - Drive and Enjoy
How does VroomVroomVroom make hiring a Canberra rental car a piece of cake?
1. We do all the research. When you hire a rental car in Canberra with us, we find you the best deals amongst our partners and present you with a comparative list of available cars from Avis, Budget, Thrifty, Europcar and Hertz. All you have to do is choose the rates you want, Saving you time AND money.
2. Convenience of Pick up.You have the option of collecting your car hire at the Airport if you are flying into Canberra, meaning that you can start your Canberra adventure off on the right foot with VroomVroomVroom.
3. No Cancellation Fees. We know that life is full of surprises and unexpected circumstances so there is no need to fret if you need to cancel your Canberra car rental. VroomVroomVroom does not charge cancellation fees.
Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Photo by aussiegall
Prefer to hire a Campervan in Canberra?We also compare campervan rates as well as current rates for hire cars available from Canberra Airport and from the suburb of Fyshwick.
What can you do if you have a hire car to get around Canberra?
Take a sail on Lake Burley Griffin. Eat your way around Manuka and Kingston. Explore the history of this nation through the War Memorial or a tour through the old and new Parliament House. Take a wander through the multi coloured fields full of tulips and other flowers during Floriade. Your options are endless in Canberra for things to do with your car rental so get exploring.
For a great family day out in Canberra, head to the Questacon. There is an admission fee, and it is well worth the money. The kids will love the many interactive scientific displays. Adults can also have a fantastic day here. Parking is available so no need to stress about where to leave the rental car.
Or take your hire car on a trip to Bungendore on the weekend. Located 30 minutes outside of Canberra city this small town is lush and green and has markets and stalls over the weekend. The whole area has a rustic feel and the locals are very welcoming.
Although the public transport system can probably take you where you want to go in the city area, having a rental car means you have the freedom to explore Canberra in your own time. With the National Museum, Library, War Memorial and also Parliament House, you are going to need all the time you have got to enjoy what Canberra has to offer.
In the middle of the CBD area is a shopping centre that sprawls across a few streets. This is nothing but good news for the shopaholics amongst us. If you are that way inclined, make sure to select a model of rental car with plenty of boot space for stowing away your buys.
There is also such a thriving fine dining culture in Canberra it would be a shame not to experience it all. Taking a walk through the CBD can give you many options on where to eat, but if you want something to write home about try a few of these places. Courgette on Marcus Clark Street, or try Jewel of India, Thirst or Mezzalira which are just some of the amazing restaurants on hand at the renowned Melbourne Building.