Australia Car Rental


Emergency Contact Information

+1 (786) 975-2222


Offices Near Airport

80 Beach Road, LARA 3212, Victoria, Australia.

Melbourne Airport 39-41 Freight Road.

Important Information when Visiting Australia

  • In Australia you drive on the left side of the road. This is the opposite driving side for most countries around the world, which is why it is important to remember this and get used to it before starting to drive.
  • The speed limit in Australia is stricter than in many other countries, so it is important to respect them and avoid fines.
  • Australia is a country with a great variety of wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas and wombats. These animals can cross the highway without notice so it is important to drive carefully and be aware of them.
  • The climate can change rapidly, so be prepared for any conditions. Make sure to carry an umbrella, a raincoat, and warm clothing in case it rains or it gets cold.
  • Have a map and a GPS handy. Australia’s road system can be confusing, so it is important to have a map or a GPS handy to help you navigate.
  • Australia’s roads can be long and boring, so it is important to make frequent stops to stretch your legs and look at something new.
  • The minimum age to rent a car is 21 years of age. The drivers between the ages of 21 and 24 must have total CDW (Collision Damage Waiver) coverage.
  • Car seats for children under 7 are mandatory by law. At Economy you can obtain a car seat for babies or children for an additional fee (subject to availability).
  • Due to the road conditions in Australia, we recommend including roadside assistance to your rental agreement for an additional fee.
  • You can request an additional driver, one or more, to share the driving duties. In addition, we offer GPS and enclosed trailers as additional equipment.
  • Make sure to rent a vehicle that adapts to your needs. If you are going to explore destinations with difficult access, un-paved or steep roads, we recommend renting an SUV. If you wish to spend less on fuel, ideally you should rent a sedan.
  • When returning the car, it must be returned with the same amount of gasoline as it had when it was picked up (full tank).
  • Valid Driver’s License - We will require a driver’;s license from your country of origin to drive in Australia, along with your passport. The driver’s license must have an approved translation, if it isn’t in English. Provisional driver licenses are not valid for vehicle rentals of more than 9 passengers.
  • Payment Method - We will require a credit card (with the main driver’;s name) to pay the rental and the security deposit. You can rent a vehicle using VISA, Mastercard, and American Express. With this form of payment you, we will also retain a guarantee bond of at least $500.00 AUD. This deposit is refunded once the car has returned, as long as the car is in the same condition as it was received.
  • Australia is a giant country with a great variety of landscapes; this makes it an ideal destination for road trips, as you can see much of the country in a short period of time.
  • We leave you a list of road trips in Australia: Great Ocean Road: This 243-kilometer highway is one of the most popular road trip routes in Australia. It expands along the coast of the state of Victoria, and offers impressive views of the sandstone cliffs, beaches, and coastal towns.
  • The Red Centre Way: This 2,000-kilometer route goes through the heart of Australia, from Alice Springs to Uluru. This is an adventurous route were you can see deserts, mountains, and aboriginal towns.
  • The Great Barrier Reef Way: These 2,300 kilometers cover the coast of the state of Queensland and offer impressive views of the Great Barrier Reef, the biggest coral reef in the world.
  • The Nullarbor Plain Way: This highway crosses the Nullarbor Desert, the largest plain without trees in the world. It is a challenging but gratifying route that offers unique views of Australia’s nature.
  • The Kimberley Way: This 1,500-kilometer route covers the north part of Australia, from Darwin to Broome. It is a route that goes by tropical jungles, deserts, and aboriginal towns.
  • The Kimberley Way: This 1,500-kilometer route covers the north part of Australia, from Darwin to Broome. It is a route that goes by tropical jungles, deserts, and aboriginal towns.