Europcar Brisbane Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Brisbane Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building, Brisbane Airport
Brisbane 4000 Qld

Other Car Depots Located in Brisbane Airport

Thrifty Brisbane Airport Depot
Terminal Building
Brisbane Qld 4009

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Brisbane at a Glance

The Capital of Queensland, and the third largest city in Australia with a population of nearly 2 million, Brisbane has long outgrown its tag of a 'glorified country town'. Its beautiful setting on the banks of the Brisbane River and its organised and community minded approach to life have made this a very easy city to live in- and its great for a holiday too! Ideally situated in the south east corner of Queensland, it has both the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast lying at its feet, and the lush forests of their hinterlands. Your hire car from Rent New Cars will come in handy as you explore this special part of the world.

Ideas for Visitors to Brisbane
  1. For a bit of glitz and glamour make the hour drive south to the Gold Coast. The skyscrapers of Surfers Paradise provide the backdrop to your lazy days on the beach, and you have the novel opportunity of stepping straight off the beach into the designer stores of the CBD!
  2. In the other direction lies the laid back and surf oriented Sunshine Coast, a series of coastal suburbs that spread up the coast, starting about one and a half hours north of Brisbane. Noosa and Mooloolaba are the main tourist centres here, but beautiful beaches are found up the entire stretch of the coast.
  3. For a tropical island holiday just outside the city drive to the seaside suburb of Cleveland and then take the ferry across to Stradbroke Island, where white, palm lined beaches border the azure blue of the surrounding ocean. Surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving are popular, and there are 4WD tracks in the interior.
  4. For the best views of Brisbane city take the drive up Mt Cootha, in the city's north. From the lookout the whole of Brisbane lies spread out before you, an especially impressive sight when the sun is sinking and the city lights are starting to sparkle.
  5. Exploring Brisbane city itself will turn up plenty of things to do. Queen Street Mall in the city centre offers a world class shopping extravaganza. Southbank Parklands are the cultural centre of the city, with a collection of museums and galleries and an artificial lagoon to laze away the day. The Botanic Gardens are a peaceful spot for a break.