Fast and Easy way to Compare,
Book and Save on your Car Hire.
  • Great Rates
  • Wide Selection of Cars
  • Trusted Since 2001
    Download the FREE VroomVroomVroom App App StoreGoogle Store

    Book a Cheap Car Hire in Botany - Save Time and Money

    Car Rental
    Travel Guide
    friends on a road trip

    Botany is the place where Captain James Cook first arrived in 1770. Several botanists were very interested in numerous specimens they found in Botany. At the beginning, Botany was an agricultural area, ideal for gardens with vegetables and fruits. Later, Botany transformed into an industrial place. 

    Reasons to book a car rental atVroomVroomVroom

    • Botany is an interesting place with so many things to offer to its tourists and is the ideal place if you come with your kids, but it also has the romanticism that couples are looking for. Whether you are in search of a premium car for your romantic getaway or an SUV for your family adventure, We  can help you find the perfect rental car. 
    • No booking  and modification fees - Unlike other car rental comparison sites, we don't charge any booking fees.
    • Compare to save time and money - We also allow you to compare current rates and availability through the major Australian car rental companies. W
    • Excellent Customer Care - Our booking system is easy to use, but should you have any questions, our highly-trained car rental experts can help you out. Contact us via phone, email, live-chat.

    Driving tips in Botany

    Botany is a suburb in southeastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is about 10 kilometers south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the City of Botany Bay. Botany is situated on the northern shore of Botany Bay, which is east of Sydney Airport, and next to the suburbs of Mascot, Banksmeadow, Pagewood, and Port Botany.

    Explore Botany in a car rental from VroomVroomVroom

    Today, Botany is a destination you should not miss as you will have many interesting places and top attractions to visit and to do. If you like shopping, then Botany Road is the perfect place for that.

    Port Botany is located in the south-eastern of Sydney and is a suburb from New South Wales, Australia. Botany Bay represents a huge commercial area and has an extension of 60 hectares, so is huge. The port is oriented towards freight and shipping. The landscape and its huge size will surely amaze you from the first time you see it.

    TheCity of Botany Bay is located in south eastern Sydney and is a Local Government Area. Its administrative center is Mascot. The city was known before as "Municipality Of Botany", but its name changed in 1996 and became "The City Of Botany". Here, you will find a mix of cultures and people, so you will have the opportunity to learn new and very interesting things.

    The Sir Joseph Banks Pleasure Gardens are a place that you should include on your list when you come to visit Botany. You will find thematic gardens, sports ovals, a terrace and you will feel wonderful. Moreover, there is a playground, a zoo, so it is the perfect place for your kids and also for relaxing. In the past, these gardens were a part of Sir Joseph Hotel and until 1910, they were perceived as a sort of an European spa resort.

    Botany Bay National Park has a remarkable display of native plants and birds and flaunts the beautiful coastline views, bushwalks, beaches, picnic areas, historic buildings, forts, and monuments. The National park is less than an hour drive from Sydney's center.
    You will be able to find out more about the history of Botany Bay at the sites on both the north and the south headlands of Botany Bay. Below the park's scratched sandstone cliffs, you'll be able to see Botany's rich marine environments. Above, you will find the remainder of the heath land vegetation which Banks and Solander first studied in 1770.
    At the La Perouse Museum, you'll discover the story of the unfortunate explorer named Comte deLaperouse who landed in Botany Bay in 1788. Their encounters with the British and local Aboriginal people, maps, early navigation instruments, and relics that were salvaged from shipwrecks are also illustrated in the Museum.

    Botany,New South WalesAustralia