Car Rental Daintree - Daintree Car Hire

A rental car is a great alternative for a holiday to the Daintree Rainforest of Queensland 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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Please see our sister site www.discovery-carhire.com.au to compare and book your car hire.

We Did the Sums

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 Rental Daintree

The Daintree is a must on any visitor's tropical north itinerary. The area encompasses an area of approximately 1,200 square kilometres, stretching from the Daintree River north to Cooktown, and west to the Great Divide.

Much of this area is World Heritage Listed, with tropical rainforest running rampant through most of it. This ecosystem is one of the most diverse on earth and boasts an extensive plant diversity that is unsurpassed by any other area in Australia.

The Daintree also extends to the coast and culminates in the glorious region of Cape Tribulation. Explore deserted beaches, dine in fine restaurants and lap up the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.

Hiring a car will also give you the option to explore the surrounding areas of Cow Bay, Mossman and Wonga Beach, which are all incredibly beautiful and awe-inspiring destinations.

A rental car is a fantastic way to see the highlights of the Daintree, and with such a wealth of things to see, it will be hard to stay away!

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

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