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Europcar Ballarat Car Rental
206 Burnbank Street
Wendouree Vic 3355

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Ballarat at a Glance

With an urban population of 90 000 Ballarat is one of the largest inland cities in Australia, and is an important regional centre in Victoria. Initially a gold rush town, there is strong evidence of the gold mining heritage in the towns architecture and layout. The city also has a strong and established arts and crafts culture which is evident in the numerous galleries and museums. Your hire car from Rent New Cars will allow you to explore the surrounding Goldfields, and the Grampian Ranges which lie nearby.

Ideas for Visitors to Ballarat
  1. To really feel history come alive pay a visit to Sovereign Hill, which is a completely recreated goldfield township, complete with clothed volunteers and gold in the creek! There are a total of 60 buildings which are depictive of the era, and lots of tools and artefacts from the goldrush days.
  2. An hour and a half drive away lie the magnificent Grampian Ranges. Popular amongst outdoor enthusiasts, these dramatically beautiful mountains are a great place to unwind and appreciate nature. The cosy town of Halls Gap is an accommodating place to base yourself here.
  3. Ninety kilometres from Ballarat lies the old mining town of Ararat. Peaceful and retiring, its worth a visit for the unique Gum San Museum that pays tribute to the Chinese miners that immigrated here and were such an important part of the mining boom. There are a number of parks and gardens in the city that help make it an attractive and peaceful spot.
  4. The Ballarat Fine Art Gallery is the oldest of its kind in Australia, dating back to 1884. There are some important colonial collections here but the standout piece is the Eureka Flag, the original flag from Australia's only armed rebellion. The Gallery also promotes local artists work.
  5. The Ballarat Botanical Gardens are the leafy and green home to thousands of native and exotic plant species. Take a shady respite from the city here, pay tribute at the Prisoner of War Memorial and go for a walk down the Prime Ministers Avenue. Then make use of the barbeque and picnic facilities.