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Welcome to Darwin Car Hire – your source of car hire deals in Darwin Australia. Using the combined resources of Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty and in partnership with DriveNow.com.au, we are able to offer an unprecedented range of choice in vehicles at substantially discounted drive-away no more to pay prices.

No need to visit different sites to compare rates and vehicles because DriveNow’s innovative comparison page brings them together on a single page, allowing you to instantly compare rates, vehicles, bonus offers and eco ratings in a clear, concise and no-nonsense manner.

The booking process is quick, secure and easy with everything up front and no hidden charges, fees or surprises. An email confirmation provides you with all the details of your booking and where to collect your vehicle.

So, whether you are looking to pick up a calais in Perth, a getz from Brisbane or a rav4 in Hobart, Darwin Car Hire provides you with the greatest choice in rates, vehicles and suppliers to select from in Darwin. Darwin Car Hire‘s car rental partners cover airport and city locations throughout the country including Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth, Canberra, Cairns, Alice Springs and Tasmania, as well as any rural centre with one of Darwin Car Hire‘s suppliers outlets.

Darwin Car Hire works in conjunction with Australia’s finest and most reliable hire car companies. Enjoy affordable car hire and vehicle rental at Darwin Car Hire. Our suppliers accept Visa or Mastercard bookings.

Wet and wild is the Northern Territory summer

November 30th, 2017 Comments off

The NT is stunning all year round, yet when the wet season rolls in like clockwork every November, it adds a certain vibrancy to the landscape as floodplains fill and spill into surrounding waterways and the green foliage thickens and deepens in colour. Touring the Top End in your Darwin car rental in the green season also means you’ll be visiting out of peak, so your Territory trip-of-a-lifetime won’t break the budget as hotels and tour operators offer generous discounts.
If you’re ready for a cool change this summer, here are Tourism NT’s picks to whet your appetite for travel […]

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Party time in the Northern Territory over winter months

June 28th, 2017 Comments off


COOLER temperature and the dry season up north usually means there’s a party going on in the Northern Territory, so jump in your Darwin car rental or Alice Springs car hire and get ready to enjoy one of these great events. Tourism Northern Territory gives us the heads up for coming months:
Beer Can Regatta (Darwin), July 9

See boats built of beer cans, plastic soft drink bottles and cartons put to the test! Get involved in some of the silly competitions that take place at this unique Top End festival. Thousands gather for this annual Darwin family […]

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Kakadu Mahbilil Festival for Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods

July 23rd, 2015 Comments off

HEADING for an adventure in the Kakadu National State Park is awesome for all sorts of reasons but none more so than the upcoming Kakadu Mahbilil Festival September 5 celebrating the best in Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods.
Staged at Jabiru Lakeside Park, Mahbilil offers a program of local and national live music, traditional dance, performance and circus, bushtucker demonstrations, cooking competitions, sports carnival, workshops and lots of markets to feed the mind and body.  With activities and entertainment aimed at children, teens and the older folks, there is something for everyone.
Jabiru is the gateway to Kakadu and offers […]

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Kakadu Mahbilil Festival for Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods

July 23rd, 2015 Comments off

HEADING for an adventure in the Kakadu National State Park is awesome for all sorts of reasons but none more so than the upcoming Kakadu Mahbilil Festival September 5 celebrating the best in Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods.
Staged at Jabiru Lakeside Park, Mahbilil offers a program of local and national live music, traditional dance, performance and circus, bushtucker demonstrations, cooking competitions, sports carnival, workshops and lots of markets to feed the mind and body.  With activities and entertainment aimed at children, teens and the older folks, there is something for everyone.
Jabiru is the gateway to Kakadu and offers […]

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Kakadu Mahbilil Festival for Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods

July 23rd, 2015 Comments off

HEADING for an adventure in the Kakadu National State Park is awesome for all sorts of reasons but none more so than the upcoming Kakadu Mahbilil Festival September 5 celebrating the best in Indigenous music, arts and bushfoods.
Staged at Jabiru Lakeside Park, Mahbilil offers a program of local and national live music, traditional dance, performance and circus, bushtucker demonstrations, cooking competitions, sports carnival, workshops and lots of markets to feed the mind and body.  With activities and entertainment aimed at children, teens and the older folks, there is something for everyone.
Jabiru is the gateway to Kakadu and offers […]