Europcar Canberra City Car Rental

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Europcar Canberra City Car Rental
Unit 1c / 74 Northbourne Avenue
Canberra 2600 Act

Other Car Depots Located in Canberra City

Thrifty Canberra City Depot
29 Lonsdale Street
Braddon Act 2600

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Canberra at a Glance

The capital of the Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra needs little introduction. home to our Prime Minister and to over 320 000 residents, it is the largest inland city in the country. It is a purpose built and planned city, which is unusual for Australia but makes it a very efficient and modern place to live or visit. Taking up most of the small state of ACT (Australian Capital Territories), it is situated about 380 kilometres from Sydney. It has a wealth of things to see and do within the city limits, and in the nearby regions there are some stunning natural attractions such as the Snowy Mountains. Your hire car from Rent New Cars will give you the freedom to explore these and more!

Ideas for Visitors to Canberra
  1. Being the centre of politics for our nation makes a visit to Parliament House worthwhile. What makes it even more worthwhile are it's modern architecture and pristine gardens, and its views of Lake Burley Griffin. Tours are available and if you wish to sit in the House of Representatives you need to book in advance.
  2. The Snowy Mountains are just a short drive from Canberra, with Jindabyne being about 180 kilometres away. For some fresh mountain air, amazing views and rugged scenery you can't go past the Snowies, and a weekend away there is bound to be a relaxing getaway!
  3. The Australian War Memorial is a museum that pays tribute to our servicemen and women that have sacrificed their lives for their country over the years. It has an extensive collection of military artefacts from the past and present, and is an educational and sobering place to visit.
  4. Lake Burley Griffin is the centrepiece of all recreational pursuits in Canberra. Its long shoreline has ample tracks for walking and cycling, and fishing, canoeing or kayaking on its smooth waters are a great way to spend the day. There are barbeque and picnic facilities at various points on its banks too.
  5. A new landmark on the Canberra tourist agenda are the Cockington Green Gardens, which consist of meticulously crafted miniature buildings set in stunningly maintained gardens. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the soft green lawns.