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Car Hire Suppliers in Melbourne

Avis Car Rentals Bacchus Marsh
182 Gisborne Road

Avis Car Rentals Bayswater
100 Canterbury Road

Avis Car Rentals Blackburn
172 Whitehorse Road

Avis Car Rentals Caroline Springs
2 - 8 Westwood Drive
Caroline Springs

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Melbourne City Guide

City of Melbourne, Victoria from the Shrine of Remembrance

WHAT is sports crazy and overflowing with delicious food, a thriving arts and music scene and has attractions to suit all walks of life? Melbourne, of course, Australia's second biggest city with its 3.7 million residents.

Located in the south-east corner of the country, Melbourne, the state of Victoria's capital city, is renowned for its never-ending supply of major sporting events including the Australian Open tennis grand slam (January), Formula 1 Grand Prix (March) and the Spring Racing Carnival, which includes the Melbourne Cup horse race that "stops the nation" (November). But there's more than sport: think lots of laughs at the International Comedy Festival, family fun of Moomba, a festival on the banks of the Yarra River which winds through the heart of the city, the tastes and tipples at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival and home-makers' dream day out at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. more...

Melbourne Airport Guide

Melbourne Airport, Victoria

Location, location, location! There are five car rental companies with offices and car collection points located on the ground floor of the Short Term Car Park immediately opposite the terminal buildings. Picking up your vehicle couldn't be easier and there are clear directions to guide you throughout the terminals.

There are also car rental desks in the Arrival Halls of both T1 Domestic (Qantas and Jetstar) and T3 Domestic (Virgin Blue and Regional Express). more...

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Mildura to Renmark – a Murray River highlight

RENMARK is a town often left off the itinerary of campervanners and roadtrippers, but we believe you would be doing yourself an absolute injustice by not stopping by this beaut place.
Only a two-hour drive from Mildura (which is a six-hour drive from Melbourne), Renmark also is set on the banks of the mighty Murray River and is home to the River Rambler. This amazing houseboat takes you on an afternoon of discovery that you are unlikely to forget. The River Rambler crew collect you from your campervan door (right outside the Renmark Riverfront Big4 Holiday Park, that is) and  more...


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Great driving holidays – Melbourne to Nagambie (Victoria)

WE decided to try out somewhere close to Melbourne, our hometown, but somewhere where it felt like we were on holiday.
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Daylesford Delights – a road trip from Melbourne to Daylesford

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Bellarine Peninsula – Point Lonsdale

Looking to escape for a weekend or just a quick day trip out of Melbourne?
Perhaps a Summer break in Point Lonsdale …….
Point Lonsdale Lighthouse
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Using Australian Toll Roads when Hiring a Car

It’s a sign of the times when just about every major city in Australian today has road tolls in one shape or other, generally on the most useful roads & freeways.  If you’re an inter-state or overseas traveller with a hired car then paying for these tolls needs to be done within a certain time frame of travelling to avoid penalties, not only imposed by the Toll Service but also rental car provider.
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Driving holidays – Melbourne to Kangaroo Island

This is a must-do trip with your camper, enjoying the spoils on offer along the Great Ocean Road and keeping the navigation simple – stay in on your left-hand side!
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Driving holidays – Melbourne to Lakes Entrance (Vic)

Melbourne to Lakes Entrance
We decided to check out our own “doorstep” and spent a few days looking around the Dandenongs, within an hour’s drive from Melbourne’s CBD. It’s a leisurely cruise in the campervan, too, with loads of great sites as you wind your way up these hills east of the city. It’s such a beautiful place in Autumn. You just have to go to the Cuckoo Restaurant, it’s a damn good day out. Great food and very entertaining.  We parked the vehicle and took the Puffing Billy (pictured) up there – a place I haven’t been since I  more...

Driving holidays – Melbourne’s outer east (Vic)

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Driving holiday – Sydney to Melbourne (NSW/Vic)

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