Europcar Blackburn Car Rental

Driver's Age

Click To Add Child Seat/GPS
Only VIC locations available from this screen.
Click here to view all locations.

Depot Address:

Europcar Blackburn Car Rental
110 Whitehorse Road
Blackburn 3153 Vic

Other Car Depots Located in Blackburn

Thrifty Blackburn Depot
153 Whitehorse Rd
Blackburn Vic 3130

Need to rentacar in Blackburn?

Rent New Cars can help with live Blackburn car rental availability. We will check for a Blackburn Europcar depot, and a Blackburn Thrifty depot and display Blackburn availability. You can then compare from the best Blackburn car hire deals. With us you do not need to pay a deposit on your Blackburn rentals. Rent New Cars is the easiest way to rent-a-car for Blackburn.
Thrifty Blackburn Car Rental   Victoria Car Rental
Blackburn at a Glance

Blackburn is one of the oldest suburbs in Melbourne, and lies about fifteen minutes drive from the city centre. Its a quiet residential suburb with a population of 10 000, but has all the conveniences of Central Melbourne on its doorstep. A hire car is your ticket to exploring this immense city, and will allow you to travel further afield. With attractions like the Mornington Peninsula, the Great Ocean Road and the Bellarine Peninsula all nearby you will be glad of the freedom your set of wheels from Rent New Cars gives you!

Ideas for Visitors to Blackburn
  1. The breezy Mediterranean climate, the vine growing heritage and the quaint coastal buildings of the Mornington Peninsula make it feel like you are in the South of France rather than Australia! With beaches that cater to both surfers and swimmers, this picturesque haven is perfect for a driving holiday.
  2. Philip Island is about a two hour drive south of Blackburn, a worthwhile drive if you want to see one of Australia's most famous wildlife experiences, the Penguin Parade, where hundred of Little Penguins march up the beach to their nests. The beaches here are also spectacular, and there is plenty of holiday accommodation available.
  3. For a break from the sea air make the short journey from Blackburn to the Dandenong Ranges. Explore the romantic hilltop villages and enjoy taking in the thick vegetation of the lush forests. Wildlife abounds here, and the views that await you around each corner are second to none.
  4. West of Melbourne lies the inimitable Great Ocean Road, with its soaring ocean views and rugged geological formations. The start of the road, at Geelong, is just an hours drive away from Blackburn. From there its about a four hour drive to the Twelve Apostles, the most famous feature of the Great Ocean Road.
  5. There is plenty to keep you entertained in the city of Melbourne itself. Observe the city from a birds eye vantage point on the observation deck of the Rialto Towers. Catch a cricket game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Visit the National Gallery of Victoria, or the Melbourne Museum. Pick up a bargain at the Queen Victoria Markets.