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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!

5 great Aussie caravan parks in wine regions

March 31st, 2015 Comments off

Where there’s a wine there’s a way, so jot down these five holiday parks close to vineyards throughout Australia.
1. BIG4 Port Willunga Tourist Park, SA
SOME travellers say Australia’s greenest wine region is the McLaren Vale, a must-see destination when in the South where the wine regions are some of the world’s best. Only 10 minutes from the wineries, BIG4 Port Willunga Tourist Park is considered the hot ticket venue for caravanners and campers to set up camp before experiencing the delicious home grown food and wine, popular beaches and nearby art galleries.
Famous for producing great reds and […]

5 great Aussie caravan parks in wine regions

March 31st, 2015 Comments off

Where there’s a wine there’s a way, so jot down these five holiday parks close to vineyards throughout Australia.
1. BIG4 Port Willunga Tourist Park, SA
SOME travellers say Australia’s greenest wine region is the McLaren Vale, a must-see destination when in the South where the wine regions are some of the world’s best. Only 10 minutes from the wineries, BIG4 Port Willunga Tourist Park is considered the hot ticket venue for caravanners and campers to set up camp before experiencing the delicious home grown food and wine, popular beaches and nearby art galleries.
Famous for producing great reds and […]

5 Aussie sports events you simply cannot miss

March 30th, 2015 Comments off

Australia. It’s synonymous with sport, so strap yourself in for these five great sporting events hitting a venue near you in the coming months.
1. The start of the AFL footy season! It’s back, “thank God,” say many, and it all kicks off on Thursday night (April when Richmond and Carlton do battle at the home of sport, the mighty MCG. Will Malthouse and his Blues fail again? Will the Tigers finally realise expectations the whole football community has of them finally being a serious contender? Will Collingwood give former star Dayne Beams a welcome to Brisbane he’ll never forget […]

The road to Geelong and all its tasty treats

March 27th, 2015 Comments off

Geelong and its surrounding areas are home to loads of travel attractions for people looking at a short drive from Melbourne. Rich pickings await those keen to immerse themselves in the city’s history and heritage, its cultural precincts, its gardens, its high quality and wide ranging local produce, its dining and café culture, its bright, busy and extensive retail centres, and many entertainment options.
No.1 Werribee
Head to the Werribee Mansion and Werribee Open Range Zoo. Werribee Mansion is a living, breathing postcard of 19th century Australia. Built by wealthy sheep farmers in 1877, the building features Italianate-style architecture and […]

7 reasons to stop on a Melbourne to Sydney road trip

March 12th, 2015 Comments off

Driving from Melbourne to Sydney will take at least 8.5 hours, so why not  stop by one of the many gorgeous towns or cities along the way? You can take the Hume Highway through central and northeast Victoria or drive along the Princes and Monaro Highways through southern and eastern Victoria. 
Try these seven places on a Melbourne to Sydney road trip. 
Bright (pictured)

You may have to detour about an hour from M31 but the lovely town of Bright is well worth it. Situated along one of Victoria’s most scenic drives, the Great Alpine Road, Bright is famous for being […]