Canberra Car Rental

Enterprise Car Rental Locations in Canberra

Canberra Airport is in Majura, just 6.2 kilometers from Australia's biggest inland city. Enterprise Rent-A-Car can be found at the airport, with advanced car rental bookings available. If you're traveling by rail, you'll find three light rail stations to take you to your next destination. Explorer trains chuff along a picturesque line to Sydney, then to Canberra Kingston Station.

What to do and see in Canberra

Canberra has earned the title "Australia's coolest city" by offering world-class cuisine and diverse lakeshore reserves. As the country's capital, it's known for its superb cultural experiences. You can dig deeper into the national personality at The National Gallery of Australia or the War Memorial.

Contrary to its Australian roots, Canberra is famous for its Asian cuisine. Head to the Kingston foreshore for a taste of wild duck or enjoy the creative flare of Raku's Japanese dishes. For those who prefer something different, Canberra offers an eclectic mix of flavors and food types, from food trucks to fine dining. Once you've had your fill, you might want to seek out Australia's "big five" animals at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, where koalas, kangaroos, and platypuses roam.

If you prefer to spot animals in closer quarters, The National Zoo and Aquarium is home to creatures from all over the world, including leopards, giraffes and meerkats. Learn about Canberra's dinosaurs at the National Dinosaur Museum, which was created with the local Ngunnawal people in mind. This particular museum is a delight for younger travelers. It has interactive exhibits and self-guided facilities to engage the burgeoning curiosity of childhood. Don't miss the jeep trips while you're there.

The Australian National Botanic Gardens are right on the slopes of Black Mountain. They have the most comprehensive collection of native Australian plants in the world. You needn't wear yourself out on your visit because the electric bus will guide you on a 45-minute tour.

For evening entertainment, you can sing '80s hits at 88 mph's karaoke rooms. The Canberra Theatre Centre at Civic Square offers performances for all ages. Alternatively, take a short drive up Mount Ainslie, and stop at the lookout point to see the sunset and city lights. Other options include dinner cruises, waterside dining and an adults-only ghost tour of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.

Families usually head to Questacon before even thinking about other destinations. This vibrant science museum offers supervised workshops and a massive moon replica. If you've always wanted to feel the way Neil Armstrong did when he stepped onto the lunar surface, this is your opportunity. Questacon also has a dramatic vertical slide for courageous visitors.

If you want to experience Canberra's sedate side, Lake Burley Griffin offers 9 long kilometers of shoreline. It gives you a wonderful opportunity to participate in watersports and enjoy a lazy picnic. The self-guided walking tour will keep active visitors occupied, and it also gives visitors the opportunity to ride a water balloon or take a cruise. This delightful space will introduce you to the National Capital Exhibition and Captain James Cook Memorial. You can also take a cycle tour.

Driving in Canberra

Car rental in Canberra allows you to explore New South Wales on your own schedule. Enterprise always has a varied fleet to choose from, from luxury business transfers to economical day rental. For families and groups, Canberra van rental offers space and convenience.