Car Hire Blue Mountains

A rental car is a great alternative for a holiday to the Blue Mountains as it gives you the freedom to take your time to absorb its stunning natural beauty. When it comes to booking a car rental, it is simple to compare and choose the right vehicle to suit your needs and wants.

Simply select your travel dates and locations and compare prices on the wide range of cars available.

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7 out of 8 cases, our Max Cover was cheaper than taking a basic rental and adding liability reduction (top insurance cover) at the branch. e.g Hobart City for 10-17 January, Economy Class. Other Site : $635.12 Max Cover : $556.26.

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Car Hire Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is the perfect destination for those wishing to explore the best that nature has to offer. Situated just outside of the capital city of Sydney, the Blue Mountains are easily accessible in a rental car and are the perfect location for a weekend escape.

The activities on offer in this region are plentiful, with bushwalking, galleries, fine dining, shopping, day spas and golf just some of the many options.

Stretching over one million hectares, the Blue Mountains region is immense to say the least. Boasting some of the most breathtaking vistas in Australia, these mountain ranges are characterised by their blue-hazed valleys, remarkable canyons, golden sandstone escarpments and windswept heathlands.

Explore towns like Katoomba, Lithgow and Wentworth Falls and discover amazing scenery, friendly locals and an incredible array of eco-tourism experiences.

A rental car is a fantastic way to see the highlights of the Blue Mountains as it will give you the option to see all of its scenic beauty at its best.

So start planning your trip to the Blue Mountains and book your car rental today!

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