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Cheap Car Hire Alice Springs Airport


Airport Rent A Car™ Pty Ltd is a friendly and efficient car rental company around Australia, trading with great integrity and determination to give customers the best possible car hire service and value. Established since 1986, we are proud to have built a large repeat customer base.

Our Alice Springs car rental service is currently not operational. This location is available to an approved car rental company who wishes to service our customers and holds the appropriate licence with the airport authority. Interested parties should direct their enquiry to headoffice@airportrentacar.com.au Subject: Alice Springs Licence.


Alice Springs car rental

 - Booking is as easy as 1.2.3
Please follow three simple steps that start below


Step 1. Select a hire car from our high quality fleet based on required specifications
 

Currently viewing the available hire fleet for our

Toyota Yaris Hatch

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

Small 3 door hatch
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Remote central locking
CD - MP3 player
Airbag


9.0 cu ft
budget
Comfortable
Maximum
7.5 L/100km


Toyota Corolla Hatch

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

Medium 5 door hatch
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Power windows
Remote central locking
CD - MP3 player
Duel airbags


10.0 cu ft
budgetbudget
Comfortable
Maximum
8.0 L/100km

Toyota Corolla Sedan

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

Medium 4 door sedan
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Power windows
Remote central locking
CD - MP3 player
Duel airbags


12.0 cu ft
budgetbudget
Comfortable
Maximum
8.0 L/100km

Toyota Camry Sedan

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

Large 4 door sedan
Auto transmission
Cruise control
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Power windows
Remote Central locking
CD player
Dual airbags


14.0 cu ft
budgetbudget
Comfortable
Maximum
9.0 L/100km

Toyota Camry Altise

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

Large 4 door sedan
Auto transmission
Cruise control
Air-conditioning
ABS brakes
Power steering
Power windows
Remote Central locking
Satellite navigation
CD - MP3 player
Dual airbags
Auto alarm


14.0 cu ft
budgetbudget
Comfortable
Maximum
9.0 L/100km

Toyota Tarago Bus

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

5 door 8 seater bus
2 seats fold away
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Power windows
Central locking
CD - MP3 player
Dual airbags


14.0 cu ft

budgetbudget
or with 5 people
budgetbudgetbudgetbudgetbudget
Comfortable
Maximum
12.0 L/100km

Mini Cooper Cabrio

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*Or equivalent may be supplied
Rental vehicle features

2 door 4 seater sports car
Manual or auto available
Air-conditioning
Power steering
Power windows
Central locking
Power convertible
CD - MP3 player
Four airbags


5.0 cu ft
Comfortable
Maximum
7.3 L/100km
 
 


Alice Springs Airport

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Alice Springs - Alice Springs, at the heart of the Red Centre and almost 1500 km from the nearest capital city, is en route to many attractions including Uluru (Ayers Rock). More than 350 000 visitors a year pass through this well-maintained town in the scenic MacDonnell Ranges. The area has a strong beef-cattle industry, and more recent industries include cut-flowers, camel meat and date-growing. The Todd River, which runs through town, is dry except after heavy rains; for the Henley-on-Todd Regatta held every Oct. the boats are carried, or wheeled. Between May and Sept. days are warm and nights can be cold. For the rest of the year daytime temperatures rise to the high 30s but nights are milder. Rains, usually brief, can come at any time of yeac Alice Springs’ pioneering history began when the town site was seen by William Whitfield Mills in 1871, when surveying for the Overland Telegraph Line. He named the river after the SA Superintendent of Telegraphs, Sir Charles Todd, and a nearby waterhole Alice Springs after Lady Todd. The first European settlement was at the repeater station, built for transmitting messages across the continent. In 1860 John McDouall Stuart had passed about 50 km w of the site. He named Central Mt Sturt after Captain Sturt, who had commanded an earlier expedition; however, the SA Covernment renamed the mountain in Stuart’s honour. Pastoralist John Ross also helped to look for a route for the telegraph line. Until 1880 the repeater station was the only reason for a few Europeans being in this remote area, then the Government sent surveyors north seeking sites for railheads. The township of Stuart, 3.2 km from the telegraph station, was gazetted in 1880 but the railway remained unbuilt. Supplies came by camel train from Port Augusta. Even the discovery of gold at Arltunga, 113 km NE, did little to develop Stuart. The Federal Government took control of NT from SA in 1911; the township then developed slowly. The Australian Inland Mission stationed Sister Jane Finlayson there in 1916 and local need led to the establishment of Adelaide House nursing hostel in 1926. The railway was completed in 1929 and the service became known as The Ghon, after the Afghan camel drivers. Sonn there was con­fusion between Stuart and Alice Springs, only 3 km apart, so the name Stuart was dropped.

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