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Home to the Australian Parliament House, Australia’s capital city of Canberra is a well-planned city situated around an artificial lake. Despite the city being smaller than other major cities in Australia, Canberra is renowned for reasons of its own, including the picturesque scenery, nearby vineyards, and vibrant festivals that are hosted there.
With several depots across Canberra, there are many different vehicle types available for hire, including fuel-efficient hatchbacks, sedans, wagons, spacious SUVs and vans, and premium elite vehicles.
Avis, Budget, Europcar, and Thrifty have rental locations in Canberra, and there are many other car rental companies onsite at Canberra Airport.
Canberra has so much to see and do. Being the capital of Australia, you will find the National Museum and National Art Gallery, along with Parliament House. With so many options for day trips, hire a car! The weather is very cold in winter and comfortable in summer, so all year round a hire car will give you comfortable, convenient transport.There are plenty of things to see and do but one of your first stops should be the top of Telstra Tower. Here you can see the whole city spread out before you. Finish of with a bike ride or a paddle boat hire on the lake and a trip to the War Memorial after lunch.
Questacon is a great day out for those with children, or even just those interested in science and technology. As the National Science and Technology Centre, there are always a ton of things to learn about and do here, with a constant stream of new exhibitions, what's not to like?
Once you've done the city itself justice then there are plenty of great destinations within a day trip of Canberra, especially if you've hired a rental car. A drive to Goulburn or Cooma provides a great place to stop and have lunch with eclectic, interesting shops to explore. The locals also recommend Bungendore, which is about an hour from the city, depending on your starting point.
Why not travel through the Southern Highlands or the district of Goulburn? Don't miss the mysterious Lake George or the wool capital of Australia.
Wine, Roses and all that Jazz is a celebratory festival that honours the art of the grape in Canberra. It spans two days from November 7 to November 8 and is a great opportunity to get out to one of 25 local wineries and businesses to sample their wares. Be sure to designate a driver for your rental car and ensure they are covered by the insurance that you've taken out with you.
Have you ever thought of being a pilot? You can test your skills out on a Boeing 737-800NG Flight Simulator. Located in Fyshwick this is the most fun frequent flyers can get to being behind the wheel in a plane. with 30, 60, and 120-minute sessions you can book in and learn what to do just on the off chance you're the leading character in an action movie where the pilots have been poisoned and it's up to you to land the plane.