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Launceston Car Rental
 
 

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  • Launceston Airport
    Arrivals Hall
    7250 Launceston

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 22:00
    Bank holiday08:00 - 22:00
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  • Launceston Airport

    Sixt rent a car
    Arrivals Hall
    7250 Launceston

    Mo. - Su.08:00 - 22:00
    Bank holiday08:00 - 22:00

    24 h return

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles

Car Rental with Sixt in Launceston, Tasmania

Rental cars are available from Sixt at the Redspot counter at Launceston Airport, Tasmania, Australia. The counter is open from 8am - 10 pm, seven days a week. The car rental counter is located in the Arrivals hall at Launceston airport and parking bays are available for all Sixt rent a cars. The rental cars all carry GPS navigation as well as unlimited insurance and the traveler can either rent a car or use an off road drive. Sixt vehicles can be dropped off at any time at the Launceston airport.

Things to see in Launceston with a car rental

Given that Launceston is very spaced out, the most sensible way to get around is by rent a car. The traveler will need to watch out for the many one way streets in the CBD. A Sixt rent a car makes the visit to the city easy and practical as Launceston is one of the larger cities in Tasmania. Sights within the city include the zoo, which is undertaking a breeding program for Tasmanian devils. The local museum is one of the biggest in Australia. The Tamar Valley Wine Route allows the traveler to sample many local vintages. Visiting the local wetlands using a car rental is also a must see. For those who enjoy cricket or the local popular sport of Australian Rules football, both are played in Launceston. There are also casinos in Launceston as well as music halls for other entertainment. Additionally, in Australia, one drives on the left hand side of the road (however, the cars all carrying GPS, ensuring it will be easy to remember).