Sydney Festival - Car Rental Guide

sydney festival driving guide

Check out the amazing Sydney Festival in January and explore breathtaking cultural celebrations and performances by hiring a car with VroomVroomVroom. Did you celebrate New Year's Eve in Sydney? If so, you should definitely extend your stay in the city - it will be a shame not to experience one of the biggest festivals in Australia. The Sydney Festival for three weeks every January, which means that you still have time to book a flight or hire a car to the capital of New South Wales.

Car rental depots in Sydney

Here are some of the locations where you can pick up and drop off your rental car. Take note that there may be no cars available on your preferred pickup date so make sure to book ahead of time so you will have more choices.

SupplierAddress
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Sydney Harbour Marriott, 30 Pitt Street, Circular Quay, 2001, Australia
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Sydney Downtown, 93 William Street, Kings Cross, Sydney, 2011, Australia
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Sydney Downtown, Holiday Inn Hotel 203 Victoria Street Potts Point, Sydney, 2011, Australia
car rental supplier
Sydney City, Pullman Hotel / 26-36 College St, Sydney, 2010, Australia
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Sydney Downtown, 65 William Street, Darlinghurst, 2010, Australia
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Sydney City / Domain, 50 Sir John Young Cresent, Woolloomooloo, 2011, Australia

How to get to Sydney CBD

From Sydney Airport: The quickest way to get from Sydney Airport to the city is to get onto the M1 from the Airport Drive and Qantas Drive. From there, follow M1 to Sir John Cresent in Sydney. Take the exit towards City N N from M1. Continue on Sir John Young Cresent and take Macquarie Street to Market Street.

Car parking

There are many places that you can park your car at the different festival locations. From street parking to secure car parks, there will be areas for you to park in close proximity to the many countless venues that the festival boasts.

Overview

Starting in 1977, Sydney Festival is now considered one of the largest cultural celebrations in the country – and it keeps on getting bigger and better each year. The Sydney Festival features a wide array of performances from over 1,000 artists – ranging from cabaret and high energy jazz to contemporary dance and indie rock.

Venues

There are countless event venues to choose from including the Art Gallery of NSW, Carriage Works, City Recital Hall and more. That's why a rental car can come in handy when visiting the city as you can easily go from one venue to another. To help you find a reliable and cheap car hire in Sydney, visit VroomVroomVroom.

  • 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
  • Art Gallery of NSW
  • Barangaroo
  • Barangaroo Reserve
  • Blacktown Showground Precinct
  • Carriageworks
  • Cement Fondu
  • City Recital Hall
  • Gaden Centre and Cafe
  • Harry and Penelope Seidler House
  • Information and Cultural Exchange, Parramatta
  • Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent
  • Parramatta Library
  • Parramatta Park
  • Prince Alfred Square
  • QT Sydney
  • Rose Seidler House and Julian Rose House
  • Roslyn Packer Theatre
  • Seidler Penthouse
  • State Library of NSW
  • Sydney Observatory
  • Sydney Opera House
  • T5 Camouflage Fuel Tank
  • The Crescent
  • UNSW Galleries
  • World Square

For parking options and more information about each venue, click here.




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