Europcar Sydney Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Sydney Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building, Sydney Airport
Mascot Nsw

Other Car Depots Located in Sydney Airport

Thrifty Sydney Airport Depot
Terminal Building
Mascot Nsw 2020

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Sydney at a Glance

With its population of over 4 million people, Sydney is the largest city in Australia and the capital of New South Wales. It is one of the most multi cultural cities in the world, and its tourist attractions such as the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge have become representative of Australia on a global scale. This thriving metropolis has a temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters, making it a great place to visit whatever the time of year. The wealth of attractions within the city are complemented by beautiful places to visit outside its confines, meaning there is lots of exploring to be done by you and your hire car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Sydney
  1. Looking for a wild day out but don't feel like leaving the confines of the city? Then look no further than the Taronga Zoo, where many local and exotic species of animals have taken up residence in large cages similar to their natural habitat. The Asian elephants are always a hit amongst kids here!
  2. Interested in creatures from below the surface rather than above it? Then the Sydney Aquarium will be right up your alley. There are over 500 species of marine life here, and the large glass tunnels mean they swim above and around you as you browse around.
  3. When in the centre of Sydney you cant miss the giant structure that is the Harbour Bridge. This amazing piece of architecture is great whichever way you look at it, but for the best views in town why not go on a walking tour up to its highest point?
  4. Darling Harbour is a large recreational precinct accessible by monorail from the Sydney CBD. IT has an exciting blend of restaurants, shops, movies and childrens attractions, making it a fun and entertaining place to visit no matter what the time of day or night.
  5. Bondi Beach is possibly the worlds most recognisable beach, its horse-shoe shaped strip of sand is bordered by azure blue water and has been used on travel programs, movies and tv series the world over. Its also a great place to spend a day relaxing, swimming and surfing.