Thrifty Mackay Car Rental

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Thrifty Mackay Car Rental
Cnr Bruce Highway & Sams Road
Mackay Qld 4740

Other Car Depots Located in Mackay

Europcar Mackay City Depot
174 Boundary Road
Mackay 4740 Qld

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Mackay at a Glance

Mackay is a large regional centre on Queensland's east coast, about 900 kilometres north of the state capital, Brisbane. The resident population of 89 000 people is growing all the time as the city is in the middle of an economic boom because of the growth in the mining industry. It is thus an exciting and vibrant place to live or visit, made more so by the tropical climate and the wealth of nearby natural attractions. Exploring Mackay and its surrounds has never been easier than in a hire car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Mackay
  1. Eimeo Beach is a stunning stretch of sand that is a favourite amongst locals and guests. Be sure to pay a visit to the Pacific Hotel, built on a headland overlooking the beach. The panoramic views from up there are superb.
  2. Brampton Island, part of the Whitsunday Islands, lies just off the coast of Mackay. It has 12 pristine beaches dotted around its border, and its interior consists of thick rainforest full of amazing birds and wildlife. Its the ultimate tropical retreat!
  3. Kinchant Dam is a short drive out of Mackay, and its wide expanse of water is perfect for water sports of all descriptions. Fishing is extremely popular here, and there are numerous picnic areas and barbeque spots along the banks to spend your day at.
  4. An 80 kilometre drive away from Mackay lies the Eungella National Park, a mountainous park covered in thick rainforest. A haven for bushwalkers and campers, its an idyllic retreat where you can get re-acquainted with nature and appreciate Australian wildlife.
  5. Mackay is built on the banks of the Pioneeer River, one of only two Blue Rivers in Queensland. A newly built boardwalk runs up its length through the city, and is perfect for cycling or for those evening walks.