When returning your rental vehicle to one of our locations please ensure to refuel your hire car to the agreed level.
Where is the branch located?
We are located on the corner of Allen Street and the Princes Highway, entrance is in Allen Street.
Arncliffe is a quiet Sydney suburb with everything you need for your Sydney and New South Wales stay. It is close to shopping, hotels, post offices, service stations, parks, and is just a 20-minute drive south of the Sydney CBD. Spend your days exploring Sydney and the surrounding region and return to a quiet suburb to relax. Renting a car from Arncliffe not only opens up the whole of Sydney but the national parks and surrounding area as well.
Arncliffe is also right next to the Sydney Airport, meaning you won’t have to go far at all to pick up your hire car or to return it upon departure. Between the airport and Arncliffe sits Riverine Park and the Barton Park Driving Range, perfect for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.
Arncliffe is right next to the historic Botany Bay, the site of Captain James Cook’s first landing in Australia in 1770. Much of Botany Bay is now a national park, officially named Kamay Botany Bay National Park. The park is just a 25-minute drive from Arncliffe. It makes for a fun day out from anywhere in Sydney, with cultural sites, sheltered coves and beaches, and rocky reefs on offer. There are many walking trails to enjoy, and you can also find the La Perouse Museum here. You will find it hard to believe you are just minutes away from the largest city in Australia.
For all these reasons, Arncliffe makes for a great place to stay and rent a car in Sydney.
Drive around and take in all the heritage sites in the city. Being so close to the Sydney CBD, you don’t need to drive far to see the most famous sites in Sydney, such as the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. However, Sydney has many more heritage buildings dotted around the place that offer some stunning architecture. See the Hyde Park Barracks, Susannah Place, Government House, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Town Hall and many more.
Sydney is also home to dozens of different museums that you can visit during your stay. Many of these museums are free entry, only charging for special events or exhibits. Some free museums include the Museum of Contemporary Art, The PowerHouse Museum, which exhibits applied arts and sciences, the Australian National Maritime Museum and the best of them all, the Australian Museum. If you are in Sydney, it would be a shame not to see the Australian Museum, the oldest and most extensive museum in Australia, home to over 20 million artefacts. These museums are all easily accessible with a rental car, and the Australian Museum is just a 20-minute drive from Arncliffe. There is so much to see, do and eat in Sydney. So start planning your must-sees during your time in Arncliffe.
With all these city attractions, you might feel the need to get out into nature. Well, Sydney and Arncliffe have you covered. There are multiple national parks surrounding Sydney, including the Blue Mountains National Park, the Wollemi National Park, Yengo National Park and Nattai National Park. The most popular of these trips is the Blue Mountain National Park, but they all offer stunning natural views and outdoor activities. The Nattai National Park is less than 2-hours from Arncliffe. See Nattai River, the Hawkesbury Sandstone Cliffs and climb up Mount Jellore. If you are very lucky, you might spot a platypus in the Nattai River (to increase your chances, look at either dawn or dusk). Arncliffe opens you up to both possibilities of a metropolitan and a natural getaway.