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Welcome to Melbourne Car Hire – your source of car hire deals in Melbourne Australia. Using the combined resources of Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty and in partnership with DriveNow.com.au, we are able to offer an unprecedented range of choice in vehicles at substantially discounted drive-away no more to pay prices.

No need to visit different sites to compare rates and vehicles because DriveNow’s innovative comparison page brings them together on a single page, allowing you to instantly compare rates, vehicles, bonus offers and eco ratings in a clear, concise and no-nonsense manner.

The booking process is quick, secure and easy with everything up front and no hidden charges, fees or surprises. An email confirmation provides you with all the details of your booking and where to collect your vehicle.

So, whether you are looking to pick up a calais in Perth, a getz from Brisbane or a rav4 in Hobart, Melbourne Car Hire provides you with the greatest choice in rates, vehicles and suppliers to select from in Melbourne. Melbourne Car Hire‘s car rental partners cover airport and city locations throughout the country including Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth, Canberra, Cairns, Alice Springs and Tasmania, as well as any rural centre with one of Melbourne Car Hire‘s suppliers outlets.

Melbourne Car Hire works in conjunction with Australia’s finest and most reliable hire car companies. Enjoy affordable car hire and vehicle rental at Melbourne Car Hire. Our suppliers accept Visa or Mastercard bookings.

Working with our Australian Accommodation partners, RoomsNow, Melbourne Car Hire is proud to offer hotel, motel and apartment accommodation across Australia in all major locations and cities. We invite you to visit RoomsNow to search and compare great room rates that we have negotiated on your behalf. Save on your car and then save more on your bed!

8 great things to do in Melbourne this March

January 31st, 2016 Comments off

!Job:    25894, Layout:        0!The Visit Victoria gang tells us it’s well worth thinking about a whopping March in Melbourne for 31 days of fashion, flowers, food, fast cars and world class festivities as the city plays host to multiple major events.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival
Now in its 24th year, the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (4 – 13 March) offers a smorgasbord of culinary events. From masterclasses and workshops with the pros, to food trails for the curious and the ever-popular World’s Longest Lunch (which this year will be held on the 2016 Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix track), there is an experience for novices […]

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Five unmissable chocolate factories in Melbourne and surrounds

January 15th, 2016 Comments off

Yarra-Valley-Chocolaterie-Ice-Creamery_visitors-will-be-welcomed-with-free-chocolate-tastings_landscape-THEY say woman rated chocolate higher than sex in a recent survey (Women’s Health Mag) giving a whole new meaning to the saying “I’ll have what she’s having”.  The humble cocoa bean clearly isn’t just a pretty face!
So where best to experience this love affair with the converted cocoa bean? A chocolate factory, of course, and there are plenty around Melbourne that must be on your hit-list. Try these.
Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery
35 Old Healesville Road, Yarra Glen
Head out Old Healesville Road in the Yarra Valley and you’ll stumble across this gem at which free […]

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Six unconventional places to have lunch in Melbourne

September 28th, 2015 Comments off

Melbourne is known for its incredible food and is the perfect travel destination for those with a weakness for gluttony. While your taste buds are celebrating the amazing produce, fresh micro-brewery craft beers and local wines, why not indulge your visual and olfactory senses by grabbing a bite at Melbourne’s most unconventional eateries.
Ponyfish Island, Yarra River
Floating under the pedestrian bridge between Flinders St Station and Southgate and surrounded by water on all sides, the quirky Ponyfish is only accessible by the stairs descending from above. On a relaxing summer’s day the views over the river set the scene […]

Five great Australian sporting events you can’t miss

August 30th, 2015 Comments off

It’s no secret we Australians are absolutely crazy about our sports and springtime is arguably the most action packed time of the sporting calendar. To get into the sporting spirit, here are five huge upcoming events that everyone can cheer about.
1. Australian Football League grand final, October 3 (Victoria)
Now complete with a pre-final public holiday, the AFL Grand Final weekend will see fanatics swarm the city on Grand Final eve for the annual parade. Here, you can catch an up close view of players from the two competing clubs as they eye each other off before Victoria’s largest […]

Five natural attractions in Victoria that can’t be missed

August 28th, 2015 Comments off

The best time to get out and experience nature in Victoria is undoubtedly during the springtime, when wildflowers begin to blanket the landscapes in colour and rivers and lakes swell thanks to the melting alpine regions. Here are five of the best attractions in Victoria for enjoying all that nature has to offer this season.
1. Tower Hill Reserve at sunset
Nestled in a dormant volcano, the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve offers nature lovers five differently themed self-guided walks through wetlands, islands and grassy, wildflower dotted plains. The large lake in the middle of the reserve was originally a crater, […]