Car Rental Victoria - Victoria Car Hire

A rental car is a great alternative for a holiday in Victoria, as it will give you the freedom to explore this incredible state at your own leisure. 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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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.

Australia Wide Car Rental Locations
Melbourne - Victoria

Victoria may be Australia's smallest mainland state, but it is full of great places to visit and incredible things to see.

The capital city of Melbourne is regarded as Australia's cultural centre and is bursting with history, culture, the arts and everything in between. This thriving metropolis is buzzing with trendy cafes and restaurants, world class shopping complexes and an impressive artisitc scene.

Victoria also marks the starting point of the Great Ocean Road, which is regarded as Australia's most scenic drive. Boasting spectacular coastal views and splendid seaside towns, this is a stretch of road you simply must visit at least once in a lifetime.

Victoria's inland regions are also popular with visitors. Towns like Ballarat, Bendigo and Horsham are fantastic places for those wishing to escape the crowds and explore the magnificent countryside on offer.

A rental car is a fantastic way to see the highlights of Victoria. From the cities to the coast and everything in between, this immense state is one not to be missed!

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

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