Car Rentals Canberra International Airport

Canberra International Airport has all the leading brands of car rentals available and some fantastic vehicles to choose from

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Mitsubishi ASX

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

1Suitcase

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 54.17 /day

MG 3

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 56.51 /day

Toyota Camry

Touring

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 70.73 /day

Popular Vehicles

Suzuki Swift

Compact

5 Doors

5 Seats

1Suitcase

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 81.07 /day

Toyota Camry

Touring

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 70.73 /day

Nissan X-trail

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

3Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 74.07 /day

Hybrid / Electric cars

Toyota Camry Hybrid

Touring

5 Doors

5 Seats

3Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 140.65 /day

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 112.48 /day

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 112.57 /day

Map of Canberra International Airport car hire points

Places to visit in Canberra

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New Parliament House

Parliament House in Canberra is home to the Australian Parliament.   Architects Mitchell/Giurgola & Thorp have created a building that is a meeting place for members of parliament and a symbol of Australia's democracy.     It is a place where decisions that shape the nation are made, a site for celebration, memorial and sometimes protest, and above all, a building for the people.  Parliament House is one of the largest buildings in the southern hemisphere and it cost $1.1 billion to build.    Has a floor area of more than 250 000 square metres and has more than 4500 rooms, and many areas are open to the public.


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Australia War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial is one of Canberra's top attractions, commemorating the Australian men and women who have sacrificed their life serving the nation, as well as those who continue to serve today.   Explore the Commemorative Courtyard where you’ll find a peaceful setting featuring the Pool of Reflection, the Eternal Flame and 26 sandstone sculptures representing Australia’s people and animals.   Surrounding the courtyard you’ll see the Roll of Honour inscribed with more than 102,000 names of those who have died serving since 1885 and decorated with bright red poppies from visitors paying their respects.


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Mount Ainslie Lookout

For picture-perfect views of Canberra, you can’t go past a visit to Mount Ainslie.  Walk, cycle or drive to the lookout and enjoy the impressive scenery, lovely at all times but a particular treat at sunrise and sunset.  Take in Lake Burley Griffin and many of Canberra's national attractions, framed by picturesque mountain ranges.  See how Walter Burley Griffin’s vision for the city has been brought to life.  A hotspot for photographers, the vista is complemented by the abundance of native birds and wildlife.


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Lake Burley Griffin

The surrounds of Lake Burley Griffin are very popular recreational areas, and is known locally as LBG.   Public parks exist along most of the shore line, with free electric barbecue facilities, fenced-in swimming areas, picnic tables and toilets.  Owing to the proliferation of beaches, boat ramps and jetties, the West Lake is the area most used by swimmers and vessels.  A bike path also surrounds the lake, and riding, walking or jogging around the lake are a popular activity on the weekends.  Fireworks are often held over the lake on New Year's Eve, and a large show called Skyfire has been held at the lake since 1989.


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National Gallery of Australia

Found in Australia’s capital city of Canberra, the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) hosts major exhibitions and is home to a permanent collection of approximately 160,000 works, including a remarkable array of modern and contemporary international art, from the surrealism of René Magritte to the pop art of Andy Warhol.   You’ll find works by Jackson Pollock (including his masterpiece Blue poles), Henri Matisse and James Turrell, whose Within Without is a walk-through “Skyspace” in the NGA gardens.


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National Science and Technology Centre

Questacon The National Science and Technology Centre is Australias National Science Engagement organisation centrally located in the Parliamentary Triangle.  We deliver inspirational learning experiences for children and adults alike.   Uncover the mysteries of science in eight themed galleries free fall six metres down a vertical slide experience a simulated earthquake watch live science demonstrations or take time out to gaze at the 7m replica moon and be mesmerized by the detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.