Let VroomVroomVroom help you to easily search, compare and book an affordable hire car at Darling Harbour. In the heart of Sydney, Darling Harbour is a bustling precinct with plenty of attractions, restaurants and green spaces to enjoy.
|Available car types||Economy, Compact, Intermediate, Standard, Fullsize, Premium, Wagon/Estate, Van, SUV|
|Car rental suppliers||Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz|
Get on the road as soon as you land by collecting your hire car from Sydney Airport (SYD). Let us compare the best available rates from our trusted suppliers and you select the one that best suits your budget and needs.
Need to get around Darling Harbour for a few days or wanting a car for a longer drive out of Sydney? Conveniently pick up your hire car from these depots in Darling Harbour and at neighbouring suburbs of Sydney CBD and Pyrmont:
|55 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont 2009 |
8:00am - 12:00pm weekdays.
| 55 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont 2009|
8:00am - 12:00pm weekdays.
|Ibis Darling Harbour, 70 Murray Street, Pyrmont 2009 |
8:00am - 12:00pm weekdays and weekends.
|10/209 Harris Street, Pyrmont 2009 |
8:00am - 1:00pm weekdays.
In July 2019, our customers paid between AUD $63 and AUD $93 per day depending on the vehicle type and rental duration to hire a car at Darling Harbour. For current pricing on Darling Harbour car hire, use our price comparison tool.
The highest-rated rental car at Darling Harbour is a Toyota Corolla or similar based on recent ratings by our customers.
Hertz is the highest-rated car hire supplier at Darling Harbour based on recent ratings by our customers.
Yes, but be prepared to pay a one-way fee. This fee is already included in the rates that we show when you search in our site.
Darling Harbour is a vibrant area of Sydney’s inner city with world-class dining, cultural landmarks and Sydney Harbour glimpses. Here are some of our favourite spots in Darling Harbour:
Darling Harbour’s Chinese Garden of Friendship is an inner-city oasis that was designed in 1988 and follows the concept of Yin-Yang and Wu-Xing - the harmonious five elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water. Spend time exploring the gardens before enjoying a light meal at The Gardens by Lotus in the heritage-listed Teahouse.
Enjoy a day out for the whole family at the Australian National Maritime Museum. From tales of naval battles and mutiny to aquatic sporting achievements - there’s plenty to see and do. Enter a navy submarine or climb aboard the HMB Endeavour, a replica of Captain James Cook’s vessel that discovered Australia.
Address: 12 Darling Drive, Sydney 2000
Stay in an architecturally-designed sophistication when you book a room at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour. Marvel at the hotel’s 35-storey glass exterior before checking in to one of their 590 rooms including 35 suites with expansive Sydney views. The suites feature an in-bathroom television, double shower heads and luxurious soaking tubs.
Centrally located between Chinatown and the Darling Square precinct, Holiday Inn Darling Harbour is the perfect spot to stay in Darling Harbour. The heritage-listed building is also the largest Holiday Inn in Australia with five new two-bedroom suites designed for families.