Use code: N016300
Address: All Terminals, Mascot Nsw
Phone: 02 8374 2847
Address: 200 William St (cnr Dowling St), Woolloomooloo Nsw
Phone: 02 9246 4600
Sydney Kings Cross
Address: Tenancy 2 100 Miller Street,North Sydney Nsw
Phone: 02 8904 1883
Best known for its iconic Opera House at the harbourfront, the state capital of New South Wales, Sydney has great driving routes that will surely make you pack your bags, hire a car rental and get set to explore what lies beyond this iconic city.
Like the 140 km long Grand Pacific Drive that takes you south of Sydney and is one of the most comfortable drives with long, smooth tarmac running along the Pacific Ocean making it perfect to cruise along in your convertible. There are numerous attractions along the route that include surfing beaches, seaside towns and many adventure spots that offer everything from hand-gliding, paragliding, sky-diving to surfing.
Similarly, the Blue Mountain drive offers some of the best native Australian experiences within the vast forests of Blue Mountains. Another great road tripping adventure is offered by the legendary Pacific Coast drive taking you north of Sydney through the central coast, Coffs Harbour, Ballina and Byron Bay with dense forests, golden beaches and numerous native villages.
This city also has some of the best coastal beaches in Australia including the hugely famous Bondi beach that is just 30 mins from the townhall. So, hire an Avis car rental in Sydney experiencing all that this city has to offer on your own terms and in your own time.
Sydney - the postcard city of Australia with the Opera House at the harbourfront in the backdrop gives you a glimpse of all the good things this city has to offer.
There are a lot of famous places to visit in Sydney which include the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Darling Harbour and many more places. Just minutes away from the city centre is one of the most famous beaches in the World, the Bondi Beach which is a surfer’s paradise with huge waves breaking into the shores of the beach.
If you want to truly enjoy the waterfront setting of Sydney than you must take a harbour cruise that take you to some of the popular spots Taronga Park Zoo, Manly or Watsons Bay. You can also go for a magnificent Whale watching adventure aboard these cruises during the winter season when the migration of these spectacular creatures is at its peak.
Take a stroll along the harbour in the Barangaroo Reserve that was transformed from a container terminal to a beautiful urban landscape with more 75000 native trees, shrubs, walking and cycling tracks, restaurants and exhibition spaces. Looking for pocket friendly deals on the best quality products that this city has to offer then head straight to the local Haymarket in Paddy’s Market which is famous for it’s flea market vibes. You can find locally made cloths, jewellery and souvenirs at a great deal in this market if you bargain right. But if you are looking for a high-end shopping experience then the Queen Victoria building is a must visit as it is home to various high fashion brands and retails outlets of some great designers. One can also indulge in fine dining, art galleries and gourmet food within this place.
For all the animal lovers Sydney has the Taronga Zoo which houses all the native Australian Wildlife with views on views of the wonderful Sydney skyline. For a perfect gourmet style dining experience, you can visit the many top ranked restaurants like the Quay which ha the stunning views of the Sydney opera House.
So, hire an Avis car rental in Sydney go around town in style with so many things to do that you may run out of time but will surely never run out of places to visit.
Once you have had your fill of all the wonderful experiences that this city has to offer, then hire a car rental and head out to explore what lies beyond this megapolis. Head out to the Blue Mountain National Park that has 2700 sq. Kms of untouched wilderness, rugged mountain tops, gorges, huge dense forests, native rock paintings and massive waterfalls.
Go to hunter’s valley 250 kms away from Sydney that is Australia’s one of the oldest grapes growing region and is famous for it’s artisan foods like handmade cheeses, chutneys, chocolates, aromatic oils and honey. The region has plenty of superb local restaurants that offer various gastronomic delights to their guests.
About 35 kms away on a 1-hour drive from Sydney’s Central Business District you will find the Royal National Park which is a haven for the beach babies and surfing enthusiast. It has 21 km long beaches that are perfect with huge waves breaking to the shores. It is the World’s oldest national park with great opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, surfing, fishing, whale watching and many more fun pursuits. You can also go for the Hawkesbury River Cruise that takes you around one of the most beautiful rivers in Australia which just an hour drive for the Central Business District. Several towns along the route of this river like Windsor and Richmond offer many places to visit like the various heritage buildings, galleries, gardens, museum and local markets.