Rent a car at Hobart Airport with Europcar
Located in Cambridge around a twenty minute drive from Hobart city centre, this bustling travel hub is a great place from which to start your adventure of the southernmost parts of Australia and beyond. As the gateway to Tasmania, you can travel far and wide when you pick up a car rental from our Europcar Hobart Airport car hire station within the terminal building.
The Europcar car hire experience at Hobart Airport
Renting a car should be hassle-free. That’s why from the moment you book to the moment you pick up your keys from our friendly customer service representatives you can expect a reliable and efficient service. Our fleet of new, safe and comfortable hire cars will get you from A to B with ease and as our car hire packages are flexible you can be mobile for as long as you need.
From small and compact vehicles like the eco-friendly Nissan Micra to the spacious Land Rover Discovery Sport you won’t be short of choice. Our prestige vehicles are also tempting with a BMW 2 Series Convertible or a polished ride from Mercedes-Benz sure to capture your attention.
Discover Hobart City and surroundings by car
Whether you’re visiting Hobart for business or pleasure, there is plenty to see in and around the city when you hire a car with Europcar. The rich history of Hobart is an obvious talking point. Once a penal colony where tough criminals were sent for years of labour, Hobart has a rather dark past which can be unravelled at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery or by driving out to Port Harbour – a former convict settlement located around 100 kilometres south of Hobart.
For light relief, you may also decide to embark on a food-fuelled tour of the state where award-winning bars and restaurants can be found at every turn. If you’re up for an adventure, take a cruise up the coast to reach the Bay of Fires or make the 200 kilometre trek to Launceston to experience Tasmania’s second major city.
Driving in Hobart
Throughout Australia, drivers stay on the left hand side of the road and overtake on the right. Be vigilant when navigating unfamiliar roads and avoid breaking the speeding limits or driving under the influence of alcohol. Don’t use your mobile behind the wheel.
Throughout Hobart, most local attractions are well-signposted making navigation easy. You can also use Mount Wellington and the River Derwent to gain your bearings.
With regards to parking, if you leave your car on the street, follow the instructions on nearby signs to avoid fees. Off-street car parks are dotted throughout the city with the Hobart Central Car Park offering plenty of spaces.