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Car Hire Suppliers in Sydney

Avis Car Rentals Sydney
200 William Street, Kings Cross

Avis Car Rentals Sydney Airport
Sydney Airport

Budget Car Rentals Sydney Airport
Sydney Airport

Budget Car Rentals Sydney City
93 William St
Kings Cross

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Sydney Guide

Sydney Harbour with Opera House and Bridge

Sydney is a city of contrasts. Culturally exquisite one minute, downright drab and more-ishly grungy the next. One only need look at why it's dubbed the "Harbour City" with its healthy and wealthy arts scene, bayside mansions, beachside cafe culture and some of the hottest shopping and fashion outlets in the world. Yet, just around the corner is the audacious party atmosphere and alternative nightlife of Kings Cross. more...

Sydney Airport Guide

Don't let size fool you. Sydney Airport may be Australia's smallest capital city airport judged by land size, but it's the biggest by far for air traffic with more than 30 million passengers a year.

Sydney Airport with Sydney City view

What also sets Sydney airport apart from other national air travel gateways is its superb underground link-up to a rail network under both Domestic and International terminals. Indeed, it's one of the most efficient and convenient transport services in the world; just what the doctor ordered, especially after a lengthy, tiresome flight. Plus, if your flight is delayed for a few hours? Don't stress. Take a two-minute walk, jump on a train and hit Sydney CBD 15 minutes later for a browse around the shops or take in a movie. more...

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Let’s Keepit a secret – one helluva road trip to a cool NSW destination

HITTING the highway for a six hour road trip from Sydney and heading for Tamworth in country NSW, Lake Keepit is the best kept secret in the land! So lets ‘keepit’ a secret!
Having talked to so many caravanners, campervanners and campers, we have discovered it is their mission to go where no others have been before … or they have a hidden treasure they visit every year, but refuse to reveal where it is. Well we found ours. But stupidly, we are telling everyone all about it.
Even though Lake Keepit has been around for many years, it has  more...

Sydney to Manning Point … and ‘neverending hamburgers’

COASTAL delights often come in small packages, and after snapping up a hot DriveNow deal on a Sydney campervan hire, we discovered our little seaside gem, Manning Point, after a four-hour drive north of Sydney hugging the east coast.
The drive itself is quite spectacular, as you begin with a 15km drive along the Pacific Hwy before launching into a 130km cruise up and down the snaking, sloping smooth road of  the Sydney Newcastle Fwy. Then it’s a quick diversion back onto the Pacific Hwy for 40km before slowing things down to absorb the countryside – and watch for occasional  more...

Romantic drives … Sydney to Wollongong

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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.
A Quick Guide to Australian Road Tolls:
Sydney operates one of the most extensive networks of Toll Roads and Bridges in Australia. All use electronic e-tags  more...

Driving holidays – Sydney to Coffs Harbour (NSW)

The great thing about cruising in a campervan to Coffs Harbour is that you can either do it from Brisbane or Sydney, therefore offering two very different journeys to enjoy. For us, we chose the Sydney option and while it would take about seven hours maximum with no stops, we spent five days negotiating the route along the Pacific Highway, a great option for some diverse stop-overs along the way.
First port of call was Newcastle after a leisurely two hour cruise. This city is one of extremes – a rougher element stemming from its early days as a  more...

Driving holiday – Sydney to Melbourne (NSW/Vic)

I’ve always preferred to drive to Melbourne than fly – I just like my independence, the freedom of the road and the convenience once I get there.
The direct route down the Hume (highway) can be a little tedious, mind you – just as well I’m comfortable behind the wheel! A new touring route has officially opened, however – the Sydney to Melbourne Touring Route. It’s not a new road, just a new slant on familiar territory, opening tourists’ eyes to what’s special in the states of NSW and Victoria.
Keen to try out the multi-day ‘Mega Drive’, I arranged campervan  more...