Thrifty Gladstone Car Rental

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Thrifty Gladstone Car Rental
97 Hanson Road
Gladstone Qld 4680

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Gladstone at a Glance

Gladstone is a port city located on the east coast of Australia on Queensland's Discovery Coast. A relatively small town with a population of 30 000 people, it is a laid back and relaxing place to visit with some interesting sights and sounds nearby. A 6 hour drive north from the state capital of Brisbane, Gladstone is popular as a fishing destination because of its proximity to large bodies of fresh water and of course to the ocean. A hire car from Rent New Cars will give you the freedom to explore these fishing spots!

Ideas for Visitors to Gladstone
  1. Lake Callide is a beautiful place to try out your angling skills on the barramundi that grow thick and fast in this part of the world. Top off a satisfying day watching the sunset from Callide Lookout, which provides views of the valley, river and lake.
  2. The Gladstone Maritime Museum is very depictive of the history of the region, with a fascinating collection of memorabilia dating back to the early pioneer settlers. Its a must see for anyone interested in the rich past of Gladstone.
  3. A short drive out of town lie the serene and peaceful Tondoon Botanic Gardens. Its unique in that only Australian species of plants are featured here, and it is home to lots of colourful birdlife and wildlife. There are picnic and barbeque facilities too.
  4. Although not a widely recognised wine growing region, a commercial winery called Waratah Vineyard has opened just out of town, and its produce is getting rave reviews. Stop in and enjoy the cellar door experience, and then relax amongst the well kept gardens and vineyards.
  5. Kroombit National Park is a favourite amongst campers and bushwalkers because of its rugged mountain scenery, high sandstone clilffs and thick vegetation. The birdlife is spectacular, and most species of Australian wildlife are to be found there.