Car Hire in Sydney - Compare & Save
Find the best pricing on Car Hire in Sydney on one website! Compare rates and vehicles from Sydney's leading rental companies and book online with no booking fees and no credit card or deposit required.
Save on Sydney Car Hire through DriveNow where you get to compare the
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At DriveNow, we don't compare health cover, we don't compare insurance and we
don't compare credit cards, but we do compare Car Hire! And we've been comparing
car hire in Sydney and elsewhere in Australia since 2003 to help travellers find
and book the best deals available.
We only work with top rental brands including Avis, Hertz, Budget, Thrifty, Europcar and Redspot and our service is impartial and unbiased so you can
compare exactly what each rental company has to offer when it comes to renting a car in Sydney or elsewhere. To ensure we provide the best pricing there
are no booking, administration or other hidden costs and if you need to cancel there are no penalties.
Pricing for Sydney Car Hire is listed on a single page with vehicles from each rental company grouped by vehicle category making it easy to view. Pricing is broken down so you know exactly what you are paying for. When it comes to payment there is no need to pay a deposit or provide credit card
details, you simply pay when picking up your rental car in Sydney. All the details required will be sent through via email immediately after your booking
Why use DriveNow for Car Hire in Sydney?
- Trusted Sydney Suppliers - we partner with brands you know and trust
- Free Service - Free booking service with no fees or charges
- 100% Australian Owned & Operated - Local Australian
- Price Comparison - Impartial and instant rate comparison - see how each rental
company stacks up
- No Credit Card - pay when you collect the vehicle not when you book
- Drive-away Rates - include all taxes and levies (excludes young driver surcharge)
- Experience - Comparing car rental pricing since 2003
We pride ourselves in customer service and understand that it's not just about finding the best online deal. Our reservations team are
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At DriveNow we compare the price of car hire in Sydney to help travellers
find the best deal.
Here are some examples of how much our customers have been able to save in Sydney.
Compare the cheapest car rental online rates and save $298 on a 7 day Compact rental at Sydney Airport for pickup on 26 Dec
(27 Nov 15)
Our best Sydney Airport discount car rental rate on 26 Apr for $1285 saves you up to $1726
(27 Nov 15)
Our best Sydney Airport discount car rental rate on 30 Nov for $205 saves you up to $267
(27 Nov 15)
The cheapest 4 day rental for $448 for an Compact vehicle for pickup at Sydney Airport on 31 Dec saves you up to $252
(27 Nov 15)
Compare the cheapest car rental online rates and save $168 on a 5 day Compact rental at Sydney Airport for pickup on 2 Dec
(27 Nov 15)
Save $55 on our best discount car hire rate for a 7 day rental Compact hired at Sydney Airport on 28 Nov
(27 Nov 15)
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Sydney Airport, Sydney, NSW
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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.
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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.
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Here are six great places where you could spend this New Year’s Eve.
O Bar and Dining
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Rockpool Bar and Grill with Neil Perry
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Sydney is as good as it gets as a shopping destination. But sometimes it pays to venture out of the department stores and warehouse factories and into Sydney’s many different street markets to bag yourself some great bargains.
Here are some of Sydney’s best markets.
Finders Keepers Markets
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Bondi Markets (pictured)
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Ugg – Meet the Maker Factory Tour
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Address: 250-318 Parramatta Rd, Flemington
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Maybe one of these Sydney weekend getaway ideas is your answer.
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