So you're planning to gallivant all over the Northern Territory where the roads can lead you past a kaleidoscope of landscape extremes – past towns and desert, canyons and gorges, rock pools and rainforest, and the odd petrol station if you're very lucky. So, the need for a reliable rental car will never be more urgent. But relax, VroomVroomVroom has got that covered for you in your hunt for the perfect car rental in the big NT.
We have collated all the best car hire prices and special offers from the most popular rental car companies in Australia and put them in one place. So not only can you compare prices between Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, and Thrifty to make sure you're getting the best deal possible, but you can relax in the knowledge that your hire car is one of the latest models and is regularly serviced.
If you've winged it into Darwin on a nice air-conditioned flight you can continue to stave off the crazy cocktail of heat and humidity with your own air-conditioned rental car. Hotfoot it around this amazing area to see some of the most pristine wilderness existing in Australia today in Kakadu National Park and Arnhemland.
You might need to pick up a nifty little hire car so you can vroom out to Katherine Gorge and dally in the spectacular Nitmiluk National Park. Not content with a little round trip, you then step on the gas for 670 km to end up in Tennant Creek so you can go check out the eerie Devil's Marbles just south of the town.
The drawcard attraction is that big red lump of rock out in the middle of an infinite stretch of desert - Uluru, Ayers Rock. However you say it, it still has the ability to induce a religious fervour with its presence. Book a great deal on an Alice Springs car hire or Ayers Rock car rental, and have a gawk at this geological deity before heading up north to Darwin, or heading down south towards South Australia and Adelaide.
Select one of the locations below to start your rental car adventure in Northern Territory.