Start your travel through Northern NSW in Byron Bay, the most eastern township in Australia. Enjoy the laid back local attitude, stunning beaches, and hinterland at your leisure. VroomVroomVroom makes searching, comparing, and booking a hire car in Byron Bay easy.
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Flying into Ballina Byron Airport (BNK) and need to get on the road without hassle? Collect your car from one of the several hire car suppliers we work with at Ballina Byron Airport.
Whether you're wanting a short rental to get around, or you're embarking on a road trip through the Northern Rivers and onward to Sydney, collect your hire car from this convenient location:
|5 Marvell Street, Byron Bay 2481 |
8:30am - 5:00pm weekdays.
8:30am - 12:00noon, 1:00pm - 5:00pm weekends.
In April 2019, our customers paid between AUD $90 and AUD $174 per day for a hire car in Byron Bay. Prices vary depending on vehicle type, time of year, and booking duration. For current rates in Byron Bay, use our price comparison tool.
Of course. When booking your car, just choose which destination you’ll be dropping off at. Keep in mind your car hire one-way fee.may charge a
There is paid street parking available throughout the main Byron Bay precinct. Parking signs will display the duration you can park for. Additionally, the local Council operates car parks for AUD$4/hr or AUD$20 a day.
Byron Bay is an easy day trip to make from Brisbane or the Gold Coast, but also a destination with plenty to do for a long weekend or holiday. From surf beaches to hinterland boutiques, there’s something for everyone. Here are some of our favourite experiences in and around Byron Bay:
Address: 419 Hinterland Way, Knockrow 2479
The Macadamia Castle is a popular activity for the whole family with an on-site animal park, mini golf course, and cafe serving their famous pancakes and more than 200 locally grown macadamia nut products. The Macadamia Castle and Animal Park is open daily from 8am to 5pm—except on Christmas Day. The park is just two minutes from the Lennox Head Exit on the Pacific Highway, and around a 23-minute drive from Byron Bay.
Perched upon Australia’s most easterly point, the Byron Bay Lighthouse is a must-see while in town. Walk to the lighthouse from the centre of town, or drive up to join a guided tour while taking in the panoramic views.
Address: Mount Warning NSW 2484
Located about 70 kilometres from Byron Bay, the Mount Warning National Park was dedicated as a national park in 1966 and was included in the World Heritage Listings in 1986. The Wollumbin National Park is an 1100-meter climb. The walk takes about 5 hours, but there's an alternative 500-meter stroll to a viewing platform that overlooks the magnificent rainforest.
Address: 33 Lawson Street, Byron Bay 2481
Located within 100 metres of Byron Bay’s main beaches, the Hibiscus Motel Byron Bay is conveniently located in the heart of all to see and do in Byron Bay’s CBD. With seven units, the motel is quaint and cosy, offering one or two-bedroom units with air conditioning, satellite television, kitchenette, and car parking.
Address: 1 Bay Street, Byron Bay 2481
25 luxurious and well-equipped suites make up this hotel—Australia’s most Easterly—opposite Byron Bay’s main beach. Enjoy the options of continental buffet breakfasts and undercover parking for your car.