Cheapest Daily Rates
Economy Budget $37
Compact Budget $39
Intermediate Budget $44
Family/Full Hertz $53
Weekend Daily Rates
Economy Budget $46
Compact Budget $48
Intermediate Budget $60
Family/Full Europcar $66
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Todays Specials in Darwin

Rent an Economy car through to a Full Size car for 2+ days and receive a free one car-class upgrade (to a maximum Premium Full Size car). Offer is valid for rentals commencing between 1 May and 31 August 2014.
Rent any car from participating Avis Australia locations for 7 consecutive days or more before 31 August 2014 and receive the 7th Day FREE of time and kilometre charges*!
Rent a specified vehicles with Budget Australia for 6+ days for rentals commencing between 1 May and 31 August 2014 and receive the 6th day FREE of the base rate charges.
Rent specified vehicles from participating Budget Australia locations for 3 consecutive days or more between 01 May and 31 August 2014 and receive $20 off the time and kilometre charges*!!
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Car Hire Suppliers in Darwin

Avis
Avis Car Rentals Darwin
89 Smith Street
Darwin
   

Budget
Budget Car Rentals Darwin City
Cnr Smith & Mclachlan St
Darwin
   

Europcar
Europcar Car Rentals Darwin
77 Cavenagh Street
Darwin
   

Hertz
Hertz Car Rentals Darwin
55-59 Mitchell St
Darwin
   

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