Car Hire Melbourne Domestic Airport, Victoria
Melbourne in Victoria, Australia is a UNESCO City of Literature with many tourist attractions right at the heart of the city. Whether you are a sports enthusiast, adrenaline junkie, history buff or a certified food lover, there is a place for everyone as you explore Melbourne, Victoria by car rental. Book your hire cars and rental cars online and pick them up at the Car Hire Melbourne Domestic Airport on arrival.
Experience Melbourne by Car Rental
See Melbourne like never before by going to Eureka Skydeck 88, the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere. Lifts bring guests to level 88 in only 40-seconds where a glass cube slides out from the building to bring you to the edge and appreciate the view from all sides. A must-see attraction in Melbourne is the Melbourne Aquarium where penguins, sea jellies, stingrays and sharks live together in harmony. Have a unique dining experience and exchange your car rental with a tram at the Colonial Tramcar restaurant that tours the city while you are offered fine-dining on wheels.
Barely 2-hours from Melbourne is Port Phillip Bay, a perfect escape from the city by car rental. The Bay is actually a port made up of 16 bays where you can swim with dolphins and sea lions or even explore the shipwrecks beneath. Western Port Bay in South Victoria, is where you’ll find French Island and Phillip Island. Visit the French Island National Park and the Phillip Island Koala Conservation Centre. A great car hire drive is to travel along the Great Ocean Road and see the magnificent limestone stacks of the Twelve Apostles just offshore, experience the Otway Fly tree top walk at Great Otway National Park and interact with wild animals inside an extinct volcano at Tower Hill.
Melbourne to Adelaide is Easy by Car Hire
Buckle up for an amazing drive in your car hire Melbourne Domestic Airport rental car as you explore the roads from Melbourne to Adelaide in South Australia. On the way to Adelaide, you can drop by Mount Gambier, Coonawarra wine district, the World Heritage Site of Naracoorte Caves and the Fleurieu Peninsula. When you arrive in Adelaide, the City of Churches as it is often called, visit botanical gardens and taste the specialty pea floater, a meat pie floating in pea soup. One of the oldest wine regions, Clare Valley’s Riesling is a must-try so you might want to spend the night to rest in a nearby bed and breakfast.
Drive on by car rental to the outback region of Flinders Ranges and immerse yourself in wildlife and aboriginal culture. There are many scenic stops along the way, making the drive a relaxing way to travel to one of the most scenic cities of Adelaide in South Australia.