Thrifty Perth Airport Car Rental

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Thrifty Perth Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building
Perth Wa 6000

Other Car Depots Located in Perth Airport

Europcar Perth Airport - Domestic Depot
Domestic Terminal
Perth 6105 Wa

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Perth at a Glance

The capital of Western Australia, Perth is a large and growing city with a population of 1.5 million people. Built on the banks of the Swan River, and bordered by the Indian Ocean, the proximity of this city to large expanses of water contributes to its beauty. With a lack of any large cities nearby, Perth is seen as an isolated city, but this does not take anything away from the wealth of attractions lying to the north, the south and inland of the city. A hire car from Rent New Cars is the perfect means of exploring this special city and its near-lying attractions.

Ideas for Visitors to Perth
  1. Perths most famous beach is Cottesloe Beach, which is popular amongst swimmers, surfers and sun baskers. The bright white sands and blue waters are instantly recognisable, and attract many visitors throughout the year. The renowned Cottesloe Beach Hotel is located on its shores, and is great for a meal or a drink.
  2. Just south of Perth lies the city of Fremantle, which boasts a rich culture of arts and crafts, beautiful heritage architecture and the laid back, friendly atmosphere of a student friendly town. The cafe lined streets and the popular outdoor markets are a hit amongst tourists.
  3. The Darling Ranges are just a short drive away. An especially popular place to visit in these hills is Lake Leschenaultia, a calm body of water that is a cooling place to take a dip in the summer time. Canoeists and kayakers are commonplace on its smooth waters.
  4. Half an hours drive from Perth lies the lush and fertile Swan Valley. This is Western Australia's oldest wine growing district, and Perth's premier food and wine district. The hills, rivers and farmlands are perfect for a driving holiday or for some bushwalking!
  5. Want a shady place to relax without actually leaving the city? Then head to the Kings Park and Botanic Gardens, a serene and tranquil setting just minutes walk from the city centre where you can bask amongst the local and exotic plant varieties.