Where is the branch located?

We are located in Clyde Street, Hamilton North, opposite Newcastle Street and next door to Grays Auctions. Entrance via lane off Clyde Street. One exit in and out.

Newcastle Downtown Information

When returning your rental vehicle to one of our locations please ensure to refuel your hire car to the agreed level.

We do not offer after hours return. If you have arrived at the branch and it is closed, you will need to return your rental vehicle the following day.

Not available at this location.

If you are running late and you won't be able to collect your rental car at the allocated time, it is important to get in touch with the branch you are collecting from so that we can make alternate arrangements.

Car Rental Newcastle Downtown

Newcastle is a harbour city in New South Wales, around a 2-hour drive north of Sydney. Newcastle is surrounded by golden beaches, forests and national parks. To its south, Lake Macquarie provides inland beaches and nature trails right on the city’s doorstep. Its many coastal beaches are connected by a coastal walk, known as Bathers Way. Running from Merewether Ocean Baths to Nobbys beach, the 6-kilometre walk is one of the most popular coastal walks for locals and visitors alike. Along the walk, you will see stunning beaches, a colonial-era bathhouse and Fort Scratchley, a former colonial defence post building in 1882 that now serves primarily as a museum and viewing platform to spot migrating whales. Entry into the Scratchley Museum is free and makes a great addition to the coastal walk.

Newcastle is filled with fun activities  to do and places to see, made easier with your rental car. Enjoy museums, galleries, botanical gardens, shopping and restaurants. You will find boutique shops in quiet lanes in the city centre as well as larger department stores, so if exercising some retail therapy during your stay is an option, you’ll find something to take home. Newcastle also has a wide range of restaurants, from world-class fine dining to casual pub meals.

Newcastle is one of Australia’s oldest cities and, as such, has a large collection of heritage attractions. The city is filled with interesting architecture, both new and old. Take a self-driving tour around the city to see all these heritage attractions, including cathedrals, museums, homes, galleries, and more.

There is so much to do in the city, with options available to fit into any schedule. It doesn’t matter if you are in the city for a day or a week; there is an itinerary plan to fit your stay. You can take a natural getaway to one of the many national parks, hit wine country in the Hunter Valley, stay in the city for a cosmopolitan holiday, or take in natural attractions right inside the city.

Take in the Top Sights with a Car Hire

Newcastle is filled with museums and galleries to add a cultural hit to your trip. Start off with the Newcastle Museum. Housed in the historic Honeysuckle Railway workshops. This contemporary museum brings interesting new exhibitions such as the Supernova Science Centre and the BHP Sound and Light show. Entry into the museum is free. 

Being right by the ocean, and with a number of natural attractions on offer, Newcastle is one of the few cities you can get a nature fix without leaving the city limits. Take a dip in the Newcastle Ocean Baths or one of the many beaches. Stroll around one of the parks, including the Hunter Region Botanic Gardens, just a 25-minute drive north of the city in your rental car. See the 30 hectares of landscaped gardens, or purchase a plant to take home with you.

With a Rental Car, It’s the City with Something for Everyone

Very few areas offer quite the variety of Newcastle; no matter what you want out of your trip, you can find it here, with zoos, museums, galleries, restaurants, vineyards, beaches, national parks, and nature walks all within your reach as you explore this stunning region. Less than an hour’s drive north, you will find Wallaroo National Park, Karuah National Park and Worimi National Park. Closer to the city, there are a number of lakes, rivers and creeks to enjoy as well as state conservation areas. Marvel in the history of Australia’s second-oldest city as you take in these incredible attractions. 

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