Europcar Canberra Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Canberra Airport Car Rental
Terminal Buiding, Canberra Airport
Pialligo 2609 Act

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Terminal Building
Canberra Act 2601

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Canberra at a Glance

The capital of Australia, Canberra is home to our Prime Minister and over 320 000 residents, making it the largest inland city in the country. It is the centre of the country's judicial and parliamentary systems, and covers much of the area of the small ACT (Australian Capital Territory). Canberra is unique in that it is a planned city, which is a first for Australia. Locals will agree it makes the city a modern and efficient place to live. Located 380 kilometres from Sydney, the region around Canberra is rich in natural attractions such as the Snowy Mountains. Discover the city and its surrounds in a hire car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Canberra
  1. The Brindabella Ranges form part of the backdrop to the Canberra skyline, and a short drive will get you to the rugged slopes and thick bush of this National Park. 4 wheel driving, bushwalking and orienteering are just some of the activities you can do here.
  2. Enjoy your reading? Then a visit to the National Library is essential, as it houses Australia's largest collection of books. Designed in the style of a Greek temple it also has beautifully maintained gardens and a large amphitheatre.
  3. Take a walk on the wild side and visit Australia's only Zooquarium! Here you can visit Australia's largest collection of wild cats, and follow it up with a look at some of the predators of the underwater world. Kids and adults will love it!
  4. Just the fact that it is the centre of Australia's judicial system warrants a visit to the High Court. The beautiful architecture of the seven story building together with its lovely gardens only make it more appealing.
  5. The Australian National Botanic Gardens are the perfect place for some peace and quiet without having to leave the city. Relax in the shade of local and exotic plant species or enjoy a picnic on the well kept lawns.