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 approximately 37kms from the Learmonth Airport. You will need to catch the Exmouth Shuttle Bus into Exmouth and ask to be dropped off at 24 Nimitz Street, Exmouth for collection of your booked car. The location is also with an Auto pro shop.
Leave the everyday world behind with a glorious and unforgettable holiday in Exmouth. As the gateway to the phenomenal World Heritage Ningaloo Coast and the stunning Cape Range National Park, Exmouth can be described as position perfect. Through this grand meeting of National Park and Marine Park, visitors are treated to a ‘range to reef’ experience that’s both epic and rare. A saturation of hues and astonishing natural features deliver breathtaking scenery in one set of holiday snaps. Picture vivid red gorges, deep canyons and rugged limestone cliffs, just 30-minutes south of Exmouth’s township. Contrast this with flawless turquoise waters surrounding magical coral gardens and the largest fringing reef in Australia – a cinch to explore, with stretches of coral beds lying exceptionally close to land.
Situated near the tip of the North West Cape peninsula in the spectacular Coral Coast region, Exmouth is 1,200 kilometres away from the West Australian capital of Perth. A flight of under two hours will transport you to this remote, majestic paradise. Voted best West Australian town of the year in 2021, this thriving coastal beauty makes an ideal destination for a self-drive vacation. Your hire car adds ease and flexibility to your stay and can be conveniently picked up at the town centre.
If you’re looking for a change of scene, whip down the peninsula towards Coral Bay for a stay at Bullara Station. Get away and unwind at this welcoming working cattle station and have yourself an outback experience with a difference. Camp under the stars and enjoy an authentic damper dinner or wake up to a fresh brew and scones at the homestead. Discover country hospitality with a touch of rural grit!
Exmouth grows to three times its size in the high tourist season. Canny nature lovers come from far and wide, looking to get up-close and personal with a truly unspoilt haven. You won’t have to travel far to find a treasure trove of secluded beaches, outdoor adventures, world-class fishing, the most amazing snorkelling and diving opportunities in the clearest blue waters, and wildlife encounters ranging from manta rays to echidnas. Nature’s own calendar of events makes any season a great time to visit. Swim with whale sharks, the gentle giants of the sea, during March to August; wildflower season starts in abundance from late winter with the appearance of the striking Sturt’s desert pea; watch the humpback whales return from June to November; soon followed by turtle nesting season from November to March.
While there are ample villas, cottages and comfortable holiday parks and resorts around Exmouth, a few nights camping along the Ningaloo coast will elevate your holiday to another level. The Nyinggulu Coastal Reserves stretch for hundreds of kilometres and offer the chance of your own private audience with Mother Nature. This pristine area is looked after jointly with the traditional owners of the land, their rich cultural heritage extending back 32,000 years. Ningaloo in the local traditional language means ‘deep water’, or ‘promontory’. Swim, boat, fish, stroll or snorkel the reef; or simply snooze to the sound of the waves lapping the beach.
An unmissable highlight of Cape Range National Park are its canyons, in particular, Yardie Creek. Take a boat tour through this magnificent winding gorge with its red limestone cliff faces. Watch out for rare black-footed wallabies on the cliff tops, sea eagles living in rock-face caves, or red kangaroos loitering on the limestone. Paddle board or kayak the waters, settle in for a picnic, or try the walking trails. Yardie Creek is surrounded by 50-kilometres of beach, including the immaculate Turquoise Bay (voted West Australia’s best beach by Trip Advisor’s Travellers Choice). If you’re hoping to camp between March to October, book well ahead to avoid disappointment!
Being on the Coral Coast, you’d expect the daily catch to be excellent – and it is. Exmouth is known for its fresh prawns and delicious eateries. The town has its own micro-brewery, Froth Craft Brewery, which offers award-winning artisan beers alongside a flavourful restaurant menu of gourmet burgers and Asian fusion fare. If you’re looking for an eatery specialising in seafood, head to Whalers in the heart of the Exmouth Escape Resort; and for Gold Plate Award winning dining, book a table at Mantarays in the Ningaloo Beach Resort. Whatever your taste in food or holiday attractions, Exmouth has it covered, naturally.