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We have some of the best deals on car rental in Wollongong. Compare rental cars from all the big suppliers including, Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty and Redspot. Save time and money and book a great deal on car hire in Wollongong in one easy search.

When you compare with us you’ll be sure to find what you are looking for in a rental car from budget rentals right through to premium vehicles like the Audi A5. We’re your one-stop shop for car hire in Wollongong.

To get on your way enter your travel details into the search form above and hit the “Compare and Book” button. We’ll then return you a list from all of our partner agents from cheapest to most expensive.

We have some great rates and all are inclusive with no hidden fees so there’ll be no nasty surprises. To see exactly what’s included in your rental as well as the rental terms click the “Rate Details” link at the bottom of each vehicle panel.

Once you have selected your desired rental click the “Book” button, fill in a few details (our website is secure and encrypted) and we’ll send you your rental voucher via email with all the details you need. With this voucher you’ll be able to modify and even cancel your booking (at no cost if done at least 48 hours before your booking). If you have any questions about hiring a car in Wollongong or anywhere else for that matter get in touch with us. We’re always happy to help out.

Wollongong Car Rental Looking out to Stanwell Park from Bald Hill

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Known as the gateway to the south coast of NSW, Wollongong is a seaside city that has stunning appeal, making this place one of the most popular places to visit in New South Wales.

Explore Wollongong’s pristine beaches

Wollongong translates to “sound of the sea” and it’s easy to see why. Sprawling from north to south, there are seventeen patrolled beaches that are well known for pristine white sand and crystal clear waters. Wollongong has beautiful beaches galore!

The beaches are patrolled by lifeguards from September to April with North Wollongong beach being patrolled all year round.

Enjoy the fresh air and green surrounds

Wollongong has numerous parks that have much to offer for all members of the family. There are many great options when it comes to parks in Wollongong. Check out the rare plant life at the Illawarra Rhododendron Gardens at Mt. Pleasant, it’s open on Tuesday mornings from 8am – 12 and on the weekends from 10am – 4pm. Or, for a trip back in time head to the breath-taking sights of The Royal National Park, one of the world’s oldest parks. Home to unique heritage attractions, an array of wildlife, and many activities including cycling, picnicking, bushwalking and fishing.

Explore Grand Pacific Drive

Grand Pacific Drive is an attraction in Wollongong where possibilities are endless. Your day will be filled with awesome activities hard to forget. For instance, if you’re an adrenaline junky head up Bald Hill and then jump off (with a hang glider!) or if you prefer to jump out of a plane then there’s a beach sky dive as well.

For something a little less life threatening try the locally brewed beers at the Illawarra Brewery or for something to keep the kids happy head to the Jamberoo Action Park, you can relax while they tire themselves out!

There is also a string of nature and wildlife parks such as the Kiama Blowhole, Minnamurra Rainforest, Symbio Wildlife Park and Killalea State Park. For something a little different take a drive to the Sri Venkateswara Hindu Temple and Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the New South Wales and end the day winding down in one of the many cafes or fine restaurants in the region.

There are so many options along the Grand Pacific Drive to fill your day from sun up to sun down.

Food and shopping

Wollongong is a bustling city with plenty of options for food, nights out and of course shopping destinations. If retail therapy is part of your holiday, you will be delighted to learn that Wollongong has both upscale regional shopping centres and quaint flea markets and street bazaars.

Make your trip to Wollongong easy and hassle-free by renting a car. With rates that won’t burn a hole in your pocket, your escape to Wollongong will be one to remember.