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Europcar Rockhampton Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building
Rockhampton 4700 Qld

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Rockhampton at a Glance

Rockhampton, or 'Rocky', is a large city located about 40 kilometres inland of Central Queensland's Capricorn Coast. The population of over 100 000 people depend largely on the cattle and beef industry for support, and Rocky is in fact referred to as the beef capital of Australia. It sits astride the mighty Fitzroy River, which is the basis of much recreational activity here. Its proximity to the coast and to some beautiful countryside means Rocky can offer you the best of both worlds, and the best way of discovering these worlds is in a hire car from Rent New Cars!

Ideas for Visitors to Rockhampton
  1. All visitors to Rocky should embrace the beef producing heritage of the region. The best way to do this is to pay a visit to a stud farm and learn the ins and outs of raising cattle and of the cattle industry. Its an eye opening experience all age groups will appreciate.
  2. The Capricorn Coast is worthy of any day trip or even a longer holiday. Stunning beaches and thick vegetation give the whole coastline a particularly tropical feel, and any spot you choose to spend time on the coast will be a special one.
  3. The Great Western Hotel is something of an icon in country Australia because of the regular bull riding rodeos they have here. Large crowds are drawn to the events, and you would be silly to miss it if your visit coincides with one of the rodeos. If it doesnt, stop in for a prime steak anyway!
  4. Fishing is a very popular past time in Rocky. The wide waters of the Fitzroy River are a good place to start your hunt for the Barra that grow thick and fast in this region, and there are other lakes and waterways nearby that you can tackle as well.
  5. Australia's largest Aboriginal tribal centre, the Dreamtime Cultural Centre, is set in 30 ha of bushalnd on ancient tribal sites just outside of Rocky. A visit here is an educational experience for the whole family.