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Airport Rent A Car ™ Launceston 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 in Launceston since 1986, we are proud to have built a large repeat customer base. Our rental cars in Launceston are for local metro and Tasmanian state country use.

Our Launceston office is located just outside the Launceston Airport, 400 metres from the terminal. Transfers are available free to the rental depot from the terminal. You are asked to phone the office, as per your confirmation, after you have collected your luggage and are ready for immediate pick up. You are asked to return your rent a car 1 hour prior to your flight for transfer back to the airport for departure.


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
 

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Nissan Micra (economy)
ECMR or similar

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Features

Small 3 door hatch
Manual transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 4 star safety rated


Limited
budget
Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
5.9 L/100km

Kia Rio (economy)
ECAR or similar

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Features

Small 3 door hatch
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 5 star safety rated


Limited
budget
Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
5.9 L/100km

Nissan Pulsar (intermediate)
IDAR or similar

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Features

Medium 4 door sedan
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 5 star safety rated


Adequate
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Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
6.9 L/100km

Holden Malibu (full size)
FCAR or similar

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Features

Large 4 door sedan
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 5 star safety rated


Generous
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Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
8.0 L/100km

Holden Captiva (suv)
IFAR or similar

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Features

Large 5 door SUV
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 5 star safety rated


Very Generous
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Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
8.8 L/100km

Kia Grand Carnival (van)
PVAR or similar

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Features

5 door 8 seater van
Auto transmission
Air-conditioning
Power steering
AUX, MP3, CD, Bluetooth
ANCAP 4 star safety rated


Generous

budgetbudget
or with 5 people
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Comfortable
Maximum
Combined
10.9 L/100km
 
 


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Launceston Car Rental Touring Information

Although Tasmania's second-largest city and a busy tourist centre, Launceston retains a relaxed atmosphere. Nestled in hilly country where the Tamar, North Esk and South Esk rivers meet, Launceston is also at the junction of three main highways and has direct air links with Melbourne and Hobart. It is sometimes referred to as the Garden City because of its parks and gardens. In town: yorktown Square, The Avenue, Quadrant Mall, Civic Square, and Princes Square with its magnificent baroque-style fountain and fine surrounding buildings. Main shopping area is around the Mall. Old Umbrella Shop, George St, unique 1860s shop preserved by National Trust. Penny Royal World, Paterson St, collection of buildings originally near Cressy, and moved stone by stone to Launceston; md.. tavern, museum, working watermill, corn mill, windmill, Mole Hill Fantasy (mole diorama), accommodation, restaurants; linked by restored tramway to Penny Royal Gunpowder Mill at old Cataract quarry site; boat trips on artificial lake, paddlesteamer cruise on Lady Stelfox along the Tamar River and nearby Cataract Gorge. This spectacular gorge is one of Launceston's outstanding natural attractions. Historic Kings Bridge (1867) spans the Tamar River at the gorge entrance. Cataract Cliff Grounds Reserve, on north side of gorge, a formal park with lawns, European trees, peacocks and restaurant. Area linked to swimming pool and kiosk on south side by chairlift and suspension bridge. Walks on both sides of gorge. Ritchies Mill Arts Centre, Paterson St; art and craft. National Automobile Museum, Cimitiere St. Parks md. 5-ha City Park with Monkey Island and conservatory (nearby Design Centre of Tasmania displays contemporary art and craft), end of Cameron St; Royal Park, formal civic park on South Esk River; Zig Zag Reserve, leading to Cataract Gorge area. At Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, in Royal Park off Wellington St, displays of: Aboriginal and convict relics; Tasmania's mineral wealth; flora and fauna; early china and glassware; colonial and modern art. Boags Brewery, William St, guided or self-guide tours, brochures available. Feb.: Country Music Festival; Launceston Cup (State's biggest race day); Festivale (food and wine). Mar.: A Night in the Gorge. Sept.: Garden Festival. Oct.: Royal National Show; Tasmanian Poetry Festival. Nov.: Tamar River Festival. In the area: Trevallyn Dam, 6 km w, good picnic spot. Nearby, Australia's only cable hang-gliding simulator. Launceston Lakes Trout Fishery, 17 km w, has fly-fishing lessons. Punchbowl Reserve and Rhododendron Gardens, 5 km Sw, has native and European fauna in natural surroundings. Alpine Village in Ben Lomond National Park, 60 km SE; open during ski season; good views from Legges Tor; easy bushwalking; spring and summer wildflowers. Launceston Federal Country Club Casino, 7 km SW. Waverley Woollen Mills, 5 km E, offers tours that md. historic collection of plant machinery used to create the wool industry for which Launceston earned its national reputation. St Matthias' Church, Windermere, 15 km N. Tasmanian Wine Route, Pipers Brook and Tamar Valley regions, north of the city; brochure available. Three National Trust historic houses: Entally House, 18 km SW at Hadspen; Franklin House, 6 km 5; Clarendon 28 km SE, near Nile. Regular flights to Flinders Island, 175 km NW in Bass Strait. Visitor information: Gateway Tasmania Travel Centre, cnr St John and Paterson sts; (03) 6336 3133, freecall 1800 651 827.


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