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Airport Rent A Car ™ Mackay 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 Mackay since 1992, we are proud to have built a large repeat customer base. Our rental cars in Mackay are for local metro, south eastern Queensland state country use.

Our Mackay car rental service is located on airport with a desk in the terminal building at Mackay Airport (MKY). On arrival proceed to the rental desk as described in your booking confirmation. Airport Car Hire is proud to be able to provide this level of car hire convenience for inbound Mackay travellers. Our hire rates include all applicable airport fees, taxes and charges. You are asked to return your rent a car back to Mackay Airport allowing sufficient time to safely check in and meet your flight.


Mackay 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
 

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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
budgetbudget
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
budgetbudgetbudget
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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Mackay Car Hire Touring Information

Mackay produces one-third of the nation’s sugar crop. Five mills operate, and the bulk-sugar loading terminal is the world’s largest. Sugar was first grown here in 1866. Mackay became a major port in 1939 when a breakwater was built, making it one of Australia’s largest artificial harbours. The nearby Hay Point coal-loading terminals handle the output from the central Qid coal-fields. Mackay’s economy also depends on beef cattle, dairying, timber, grain, seafood and tropical fruit. Tourism is a growth industry, with sea or air access to Brampton Island, and sea access to Lindeman Island and the Great Barrier Reef. In town: Self-guide heritage walk of historic buildings md.: Com­monwealth (1880) and National (1939) banks, town hall (1912), courthouse (1838), police station (1885), Ambassa­dor Hotel (1937) and customs house (1902). Queens Park and Orchid House, Goldsmith St. Entertainment Centre, Gordon St. Replica of old Richmond sugar mill, Nebo Rd, houses information centre. Just north of town, lookouts at Mt Bassett Weather Station, Mt Pleasant Reservoir, Eimeo and Lamberts Beach. Numerous beaches: Harbour, Town, Blacks, Bucasia, Illawong, Lamberts and Shoal Point. Cruises, fishing charters and scenic flights. Two Sat. markets: Harbour Rd; Showgrounds, Milton St. City Heat Markets, Victoria St, Sun. July: Festival of the Arts; Troy Dunn International Bull Riding. Sept.: Sugartime Festival. In the area: Discovery and eco-tours to national parks, coal mines and Whitsundays. Farleigh Sugar Mill, 15 km N; tours during crushing season (July—Oct.). That Sapphire Place, 20 km N, sapphire display and gem-cutting demonstra­tions. Cape Hilisborough National Park, 40 km N. Poistone Sugar Cane Farm, 15 km w; tours July—Oct. Greenmount Historic Homestead, 20 km w, near Walkerston. Kinchant Dam, 20 km w of Walkerston. Stoney Creek Cottage, 32 km w, trail rides and accommoda­tion. At Mirani, 33 km w, museum in Victoria St. Eungella National Park, 79 km w: platypuses, Ulysses butterflies, nocturnal wildlife; rainforest discovery self-guide trail; limited camping at Fern Flat. Nebo, 93 km Sw of Mackay on Peak Downs Hwy: Nebo Museum; Camp Draft in July. Orchidways, orchid farm on Homebush Rd, 25 km S (closed Thurs.). At Homebush, 25 km s: art and craft gallery; self-drive tour through historic area, brochure available. Visitor information: Mackay Tourism and Development Bureau, The Mill, 320 Nebo Rd; (07) 4952 2677.


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