Europcar Melbourne City Car Rental

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Europcar Melbourne City Car Rental
89 Franklin Street
Melbourne 3000 Vic

Other Car Depots Located in Melbourne City

Thrifty Melbourne City Depot
390 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne Vic 3000

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Melbourne at a Glance

Its the capital of the state of Victoria, and an Australian leader in many aspects of the country and its society. With a population of nearly 4 million people, Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia, and a favourite amongst foreign and local tourists. The leading city in terms of arts, crafts and creativitiy and lauded as the sporting capital of the nation, there is enough going on in Melbourne to fill a thousand holidays. Enjoy exploring the city and its surrounds in a hire car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Melbourne
  1. Got a love for history? Then visit the old Melbourne Gaol, where a guided tour will give you insights into the history of Melbourne and its prison system as well as an intimate look at the famous outlaw Ned Kelly. Its an eerie and bizarre experience from which you won't leave disappointed.
  2. The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne are some of the best landscaped gardens on the planet. Enjoy a day taking in the local and exotic vegetation, escaping the hustle and bustle of the city without actually leaving its walls.
  3. For a beachside experience like no other, head to St Kilda beach, a long and well maintained beach lined with restaurants, bars and even an amusement park. St Kilda is something of a bohemian hangout, so enjoy soaking up the creativity and the cafe culture on its busy streets.
  4. To the west of Melbourne lies the infamous coastal drive, the Great Ocean Road. Four hours driving past stunning ocean views, windy turns, cliff faces and rainforest will bring you to the weird geological structure known as the Twelve Apostles, a must-see for any visitor to the region.
  5. The Melbourne Zoo is Australia's oldest zoo, and home to over 350 species of local and exotic animals in habitats resembling their natural homes. The new elephant and orangutang enclosure is particularly stunning, and adults and kids alike will be enchanted by the range of animals.