Find the best deals on Hire in Victoria
Finding all the latest deals and specials on car hire in Victoria is made easy with DriveNow where you can compare and book the lowest rental prices from Australia's largest choice of rental brands, all on one website and all for free.
Since 2003 DriveNow has been helping travellers find and book the best deals on car hire. Based in Victoria we are 100% Australian owned and operated business with our head office and reservations team located in Melbourne.
Victoria, maybe the smallest mainland state in Australia, but it is home to some of the most attractive destinations in the country. The most densely populated state in Australia and the second-most populous one features the capital city of Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city overall and regularly voted as the world’s most liveable city. But that’s just the beginning. Whether you’re a Victorian local or have flown into Melbourne Airport for a work or holiday trip, DriveNow can take care of your needs when it comes to car hire in Victoria.
When you use DriveNow to get the keys to a hire car in Victoria, you know you’ll be dealing with a company that has been helping Australians find great cars for a variety of purposes for more than 13 years. Over this time we’ve been able to develop fantastic relationships with some of the biggest and best rental car suppliers in the world and today offer the widest selection of rental brands available including Enterprise, Firefly, Budget, Hertz, Europcar and Alamo. These partnerships allow us to fill our extensive listings with dozens of amazing vehicles that you can easily browse through. Just choose which characteristics suit your needs best and conveniently compare all the great makes and models available to you.
DriveNow’s options for car rental in Victoria are as wide and varied as the state itself. Perhaps it’s time to get your mates together for a weekend road trip. We’ve got you covered, with hire cars perfect for everything from heading to a music festival in Geelong or a few days enjoying waves with some surfing at Bells Beach. If you want to spend more time in a natural habitat, hire a car, pack up your gear and spend a weekend camping in Lake Eildon National Park or Buchan Caves Reserve. Of course, perhaps the most famous stretch of driving in the state is the Great Ocean Road, which hugs the eastern coastline and provides numerous chances to enjoy picturesque scenery.
DriveNow’s car hire in Victoria can be the key to exploring areas such as Melbourne, Ballarat and Mildura, amongst hundreds of others. Get the keys to a rental car that can take you from Point A to Point B and beyond easily and affordably from us today.
Here are some examples of how much our customers have been able to save in Victoria.
The cheapest 8 day rental for $372 for an Compact vehicle for pickup at Melbourne on 23 Oct saves you up to $106
(18 Sep 18)
Our best Melbourne Airport discount car rental rate on 18 Oct for $187 saves you up to $55
(18 Sep 18)
The cheapest 27 day rental for $1191 for an Compact vehicle for pickup at Melbourne on 25 Oct saves you up to $351
(18 Sep 18)
Pickup a 3 day Compact car hire from Melbourne Airport on 23 Oct and save $190 for the cheapest rate
(18 Sep 18)
Compare the cheapest car rental online rates and save $66 on a 5 day Compact rental at Melbourne for pickup on 25 Oct
(18 Sep 18)
Our best Melbourne Airport discount car rental rate on 25 Oct for $438 saves you up to $234
(18 Sep 18)
Recent Articles on Victoria
As spring and summer starts to sizzle, pack your bags and head to a Victorian river for a day or two. There’s nothing like relaxing riverside in the sun, or swimming through pristine waters while surrounded by nature and wildlife. For an affordable weekend break, hire a campervan in Melbourne and set off on your riverside adventure. The great news is you don’t have to drive far from Melbourne to reach one of these incredible Victorian river escapes. Murray River, Echuca-Moama Head north to the mighty Murray, which separates New South Wales from Victoria. Here you’ll truly unwind and relax by reading a book or soaking up the sun at one of the sandy riverside areas. A popular attraction is to ride an old paddle steamer and learn about the area’s fascinating history. Where to stay: NRMA Echuca Holiday Park Warrandyte River When the beach feels too far away, join the locals at Warrandyte River on a summer’s day. The...
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‘Tis the season to be jolly! With a heap of events taking place across Melbourne in the lead up to Christmas, why wouldn’t you be happy?! It’s the time of the year when people are feeling festive, the weather is warming up and world-class events and festivals draw thousands of people to the city. As the race to Christmas begins, look into hiring a car from Melbourne Airport to easily get around to some of Melbourne’s highlight events. Here are five fantastic events you can’t miss! Royal Melbourne Show ‘The Show’ as Melburnians affectionately call it, has been running for more than 160 years. It’s Victoria’s largest annual celebration of agriculture, while tempting families with rides, stunts, live performances, animals and all kinds of entertaining activities. The carnival atmosphere is exciting for kids of any age. Before you leave, don’t forget to swing by the pavilion to bag a showbag! Melbourne Marathon Join thousands of other people as they hit...
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Melbourne is famous for being a wonderland for foodie lovers. However, what you might not know is that Melbourne pubs are right up there with some of the best in the world. Pick up your cheap car rental at Melbourne Airport and consider having a drink and a hearty meal at one of these top Melbourne pubs. The Napier Hotel The Napier Hotel echoes the years since it was founded in 1866, with its stained glass windows and original high ceilings. It’s a great place to take your mates for a night out at an old-style pub. Enjoy a traditional menu with plenty of choice when it comes to hearty steaks and burgers. You can truly relax in this truly old-fashioned Aussie pub. Mt View Hotel Richmond’s award-winning hotel proudly describes itself as effortlessly merging “classic sports pub and crafty cocktails”. Mt View Hotel is just a short walk from Richmond’s sporting district, making it the perfect place to have a...
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The Victorian alps are some of the most picturesque in all of Australia. In winter, the region turns into a winter wonderland, as skiers and snowboarders flock to the High Country. Are you planning a ski trip this winter? Make sure you find a great Melbourne car hire deal with DriveNow, then make your way north. Here are some of our top picks for where to stay in the Victorian Alps. Mount Hotham The resort is built on a spectacular mountain ridge with stunning views of Victoria’s High Country. Ski or snowboard from an altitude of 1845m. There are 13 lifts and more than 80 runs with options for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers. You’ll also find trendy bars and plenty of activities to keep you busy when you’re off the slopes. Lake Mountain Lake Mountain is a great spot for cross-country skiers, with 37 km of cross-country trails. Its highest altitude is 1480m. Although it’s one of the smaller destinations,...
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Victoria in the summertime is magnificent. It’s glorious and there’s no place you’d rather be than enjoying the sunshine while hiking through pristine forest or swimming at one of Melbourne’s iconic beaches. Or perhaps your idea of summer means staying indoors to escape the unbearable heat. Whatever you want to do this summer, Victoria is a place that has endless opportunities for anyone. You can easily pick up a cheap car hire deal from Melbourne Airport with a DriveNow bargain. Once you’re all set, hit the road to explore one of these destinations for the day. Melbourne bayside On a hot summer’s day, southeastern beaches are a godsend with their cool waters. They don’t seem to heat up no matter how high the mercury rises. Do you fancy roller skating along St Kilda’s famous shoreline? Relax at Brighton Beach or there’s Mentone Beach, which is a great spot to take a picnic for the family and have a dip. Escape the heat...
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Port Fairy in southwest Victoria is a quiet seaside town and a popular stopover for couples travelling the Great Ocean Road. This beautiful and charming place is also home to Australia’s premier folk music festival. It’s held every year in March and showcases national and international acts. The streets of Port Fairy come alive with buskers and people who love and appreciate everything to do with folk music. This March grab a bargain car hire deal at Melbourne Airport and drive three and a half hours west of Melbourne. Here are some of the best things to do when you get there. Enjoy the music Of course, the Port Fairy Folk Festival is all about the music! The festival includes dozens of acts acts performing folk, acoustic roots, bluegrass, blues, jazz and country roots. Admire to some of your favourite folk artists live on stage while also discovering new talent you haven’t heard of before. There’s the award winning Western...
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Are you planning a trip to one of the world’s most liveable cities anytime soon? There are many great Melbourne attractions that you can’t say no to. We’ve done the ground work to help you figure out what you should be adding to your holiday bucket list. Begin your journey by sussing out DriveNow’s website for Melbourne Airport cheap car rental deals before adding one of these top Melbourne attractions to your itinerary. Melbourne Star Observation Wheel It’s the Southern Hemisphere’s only giant observation wheel. There’s no way you can visit Melbourne and miss seeing an incredible birds eye view of the city. The 40 storey high structure offers 360 degree views of the city. Visit during the day, at sunset, or night to see this amazing city from a different perspective. St Kilda Beach If you’re visiting Victoria in the summer, then you simply must make St Kilda Beach one of your must-see Melbourne attractions. Thousands of people line the...
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The Queenscliff Music Festival is once again returning to the Bellarine Peninsula this November. The festival has been running since 1997, treating music-lovers to an intimate festival experience and seaside views. This year’s line-up includes The Beautiful Girls, Bernard Fanning, The Tesky Brothers, Nai Palm and The Temper Trap. If you’re heading to Queenscliff in late November, make sure you book your festival tickets early and check out some cheap car hire deals from Melbourne Airport. Travel an hour and a half west of Melbourne and consider staying at one of these great venues. Vue Grand Travellers consistently rate this accommodation as one of the best in Queenscliff. One of the most beautiful rooms is the Turret Suite, with stunning 180 degree seaside views. There’s also the Traditional Rooms, which take you back in time to the 19th century, when this extraordinary building first became a landmark. BIG4 Beacon Resort (pictured) Here, you are spoiled for choice. Whether you want to park your...
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You’re in need of a perfect winter getaway for R&R, and you can’t imagine a girls’ weekend away without the massages, spas and facial treatments. Pamper yourselves with one of these five luxury retreats on Australia’s east coast. Buddha Gardens Day Spa, Byron Bay Spend a relaxing weekend away with this girls at the Buddha Gardens Day Spa in Byron Bay. Take a dip in the spa’s heated pplunge pool and sauna while surrounded by Balinese-inspired gardens. Offering hot rock massages, facial rituals and luxurious body wraps. Their signature massage is the Bamboo Massage which uses traditional eastern massage techniques using bamboo stalks. This 60-90 minute massage is said to refresh the spirit and renew vital energies. www.buddhagardensdayspa.com.au Cockatoo Hill Retreat, Queensland Set in the heart of the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest, between the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation, Cockatoo Hill Retreat is paradise. With four exclusive tree lodges and views of the surrounding rainforest and Coral Sea. Surrounded by...
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner which means a world of lovers will be out in force looking to impress their loved ones. There are plenty of great romantic drives in the state of Victoria, and a romantic kiss at a beautiful location to set the perfect atmosphere is a special moment that never fades from your memory. So when it comes to finding the right location to spark some fireworks, here are six of the most romantic places in Victoria to kiss somebody. Eureka Tower, Southbank The southern hemisphere’s highest viewing platform, the Eureka Skydeck, offers 360 degree views of Melbourne’s CBD, Port Phillip Bay and Docklands. Finish off your exciting experience standing on ‘The Edge’, which is a projecting glass cube hanging 300 metres above the ground, with a surprise kiss. If not a reassuring hug that everything’s going to be ok! The Yarra Valley The stunning Yarra Valley provides some of the most romantic sights on the planet,...
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A stunning landscape, a fascinating history and one of Victoria’s most popular tourist destinations. The Twelve Apostles is the number one must-see attraction for every person who travels along the Great Ocean Road. The Twelve Apostles have survived for longer than the number of years that people have inhabited Australia. They were created by constant erosion of the mainland’s limestone cliffs by the Southern Ocean up to 20 million years ago. Eight of these Apostles still remain, with the limestone columns rising up to 45 metres from the sea. Yet sadly, the erosion from wind and waves which helped form these magnificent structures all that time ago will also eventually destroy them, with the base of the cliffs being eroded at a rate of roughly 2cm each year. It’s possible that further erosion of the mainland will cause new structures to naturally form in their place but it’s still worth witnessing the spectacular sight of the Twelve Apostles as they stand today. Gaze at these majestic...
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