CEO urges Australians to book early for Christmas 2020

October 29, 2020, East Coast Car Rentals Media Uncategorized

East Coast Car Rentals CEO, Daniel Kearney, is encouraging all Australians to book early for Christmas and the January holiday period, and beyond, with a surge in interstate travel expected to outstrip supply across the industry. Mr Kearney said the situation was compounded by a significant industry-wide depletion in fleet sizes as a result of […] full post

The best national parks along the east coast

December 28, 2019, East Coast Car Rentals Uncategorized

It’s no secret that the east coast of Australia is a magnet for tourists. Beyond the city centres and the popular theme parks, the east coast is home to some of the country’s most exquisite national parks, each with incredible hikes and sights tucked within their treelines. Royal National Park This list wouldn’t be complete without a […] full post

5 unmissable places to visit along the Great Ocean Road: an Australian classic

November 8, 2019, East Coast Car Rentals Uncategorized

There’s little point arguing past the Great Ocean Road when it comes to the quintessential Australian road trip. Famous the world over, the Great Ocean Road was built as a permanent memorial to those who lost their lives during the First World War. It stretches almost 250 kilometres, hugging Victoria’s southern edges. Though it can be driven […] full post

Staving off sickness on your road trip

June 6, 2019, East Coast Car Rentals Uncategorized

The east coast of Australia is one of few places in the world that provides a picturesque road trip opportunity all year round – even in winter. However, nobody is immune to the coughs and colds that come with the changing season. Here, we break down our tips for staving off winter sickness on your road […] full post

The wild attractions of Kangaroo Island

May 16, 2019, contentadmin Uncategorized

Despite the name, you’ll find a lot more to this island than just kangaroos. A veritable zoo when it comes to wild life, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest offshore land mass and is home to animals, humans and some great experiences. The best thing? With a ferry ready to transport you and your Adelaide hire car across […] full post

3 reasons to visit Brisbane this winter

July 19, 2017, Chester S Uncategorized

  In the year ending 2016, Brisbane welcomed a record breaking 6.8 million visitors to its shores, as found by a Tourism and Events Queensland study. It shouldn’t come at too much of a surprise as the city is full of incredible things to do and see! Be sure to book your car rental in […] full post

Cowboys, koalas, and giant mangoes: the best stops on your trip through northern Queensland

June 8, 2017, chris Uncategorized

If you’ve travelled through northern Queensland, you’ll know that while the region offers some of Australia’s most beautiful rural landscapes, the drive can feel endless if you’re putting in hundreds of kilometres a day. Northern Queensland is Australia’s agricultural hub, producing the vast majority of the nation’s crops. Sugar cane cars rattle by your rental […] full post

How to escape the crowds at Sydney’s beaches

April 28, 2017, chris Uncategorized

  Visiting Sydney’s beaches is one of the best (and cheapest) activities you can do in the Harbour City. However, as places to see and be seen, the city’s shorelines are usually crowded with people. Anyone who has been to Bondi beach on a summer afternoon knows what it is like to see unending rows of towels lined up […] full post

Cool down with the best water parks on the east coast

February 21, 2017, chris Uncategorized

  With the summer heat due to stick around for a bit longer, there’s nothing better to beat the rising mercury than by diving into the water – and we’re not talking about the sea. Australia’s east coast is a treasure trove of water parks, which can be a great family getaway as well as […] full post

5 waterfalls worth chasing on Australia’s east coast

February 20, 2017, chris Uncategorized

  Never mind sticking to the rivers and lakes you’re used to; chasing waterfalls is always a stellar adventure. Water might be a scarce resource in many parts of Australia, but the island continent still manages to hide a cache of waterfalls that will pique your imagination, soothe your soul and jazz up your Instagram […] full post

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