Thrifty Brisbane City Car Rental

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Thrifty Brisbane City Car Rental
49 Barry Parade
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Qld 4006

Other Car Depots Located in Brisbane City

Europcar Brisbane Queen St Depot
576 Queen Street
Brisbane 4000 Qld

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Brisbane at a Glance

With its population of 2 million people growing each day, it seems everybody in Australia wants to live in Brisbane, seen as the continent's 'most liveable city'. The good news is that its also a great place for a holiday. The city itself is pristinely located on the banks of the wide Brisbane River, and within an easy drive are the gorgeous beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts. Hot summers and mild winters add to the appeal of the region, and with a hire car from Rent New Cars at your beck and call you can really explore this area to its fullest potential.

Ideas for Visitors to Brisbane
  1. The American style theme parks of the Gold Coast are a forty minute drive south down the Pacific Motorway. The waterslides of Wet n'Wild, the adrenaline pumping rides of Dreamworld and all your favourite movie characters at Movieworld are waiting for you!
  2. Drive north from the city and you reach the sun-kissed beaches of the Sunshine Coast. Starting at Caloundra, which is about an hour and a half away, there is a series of coastal suburbs lying next to the most amazing beaches. The hinterland is just as impressive- lush, green and home of the rugged Glasshouse Mountains.
  3. To experience the true Queensland countryside drive west from Brisbane for an hour and a half to the city of Toowoomba, known as the Garden City. Friendly faces and wide open spaces will make your visit very pleasant. There are many National Parks in the region where camping is possible.
  4. The bohemian beauty of Byron Bay is about a two and a half hour drive away, over the New South Wales border. The peaceful bay is the base for any number of water sports, and keep your eyes peeled for the migratory whales that swim past every year, and of course the playful dolphins!
  5. Brisbane city itself is a vibrant and happening place where there is plenty to do. Enjoy world class shopping in Queen Street Mall, or laze away the day on the artificial beach at Southbank Parklands. Watch the sunset from Mt. Cootha, or watch it rise from the top of the Story Bridge.