Adelaide Downtown








Where is the branch located?

Conveniently located in Blyth Street in the centre of Adelaide City. Approach the location from Hindley Street.

Adelaide Downtown Information

When returning your rental vehicle to one of our locations please ensure to refuel your hire car to the agreed level. Park in one of the marked bays adjacent to the Office. Staff will meet you at your vehicle and process your return.

After hours returns are not available at this location. Any returns outside of business hours will need to proceed to the Adelaide Airport location.

Rental collections are not available outside of business hours. Any collections outside of business hours will need to proceed to the Adelaide Airport 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 Adelaide Downtown

Country life meets cosmopolitan playground in South Australia’s capital. Erupting with life, Adelaide remains one of Australia’s best-kept secrets, teeming with cultural experiences that have earned this city its nickname ‘Rad-elaide’ by those fortunate enough to have visited in recent years. 

Jump in a hire car and navigate Adelaide’s urban attractions like a local

Weekend visitors are encouraged to put Adelaide Central Market on the top of their must-do list, where traders stocking locally crafted delights are eager to tell you the story behind their creations. With a tantalising variety of quick bites, fresh produce, hand-caught fish, and mouth-watering baked goods, no one leaves Adelaide Central Market empty-handed - or failing that, on an empty stomach. Stop by the market from Tuesday-Saturday during trading hours, situated, as the name suggests, in the convenience of Adelaide’s central business district. 

For those willing to venture beyond the bounds of the city, a hire car opens  a wealth of must-see experiences. Port Adelaide, a cool 20-minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD, is a rejuvenated harbour-side industrial district with an artistic charm that is sure to delight any urban adventurer. Revel in the live music scene at one of Port Adelaide’s heritage pubs, where historic tales of its maritime past are shared between locals and tourists. Additionally, thrift shoppers are treated at the Fisherman’s Wharf Markets, whose vintage clothes, antiques, and collectables make for the perfect souvenir. 

For visitors seeking an educational experience, the South Australian Museum is five floors of captivating stories and engrossing facts about Australia’s cultural, biological, and geographical past. An extensive collection of artefacts celebrates Australia’s Aboriginal people, the world’s oldest continuing living culture. Our top recommendation? The Australian Aboriginal cultures gallery, featuring over 3,000 items that enabled these people to thrive in one of the world’s harshest continents prior to European settlement.

Finally, a visit to Adelaide city wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Rundle Mall, an open-air shopping strip in the city’s centre. Lined with boutique cafes, as well as local and international retailers, get your shopping fix or sit back and people-watch from one of the terraced restaurants or bars. Rundle Mall is a leisurely stroll from many of the surrounding hotels and Airbnb, however, there’s also plenty of parking for those travelling in a hire car.

You don’t have to stretch the mileage on your hire car to enjoy Adelaide’s natural attractions

Take a stroll through Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens. This 5.1-hectare public garden is situated at the North-East corner of the city, boasting stunning native flora, mind-boggling art exhibitions, and fascinating educational opportunities for those hoping to take home a few fun facts. Stop by for an alfresco-style cocktail with a view at Schomburgk Pavilion where  garden parties are enjoyed by locals throughout spring and summer. 

Urban exploration in Adelaide wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Glenelg, the city’s most frequented metropolitan beach. Here, colourful seaside cafes, restaurants, and independent retailers create a bustling atmosphere unique to this part of Australia. Arrive just before sunset hits to experience an unforgettable dinner on the sand beneath enchanting lights; sound tracked to crashing waves and the soft murmur of joyful conversations amongst friends. 

For those on an extended stay in Adelaide, jump in your hire car to check out the other visitor-friendly beachside attractions lining Adelaide’s coastline. Enjoy stunning ocean views from Brighton Beach’s Esplanade Hotel over a fresh basket of fish & chips before adjourning to the sports bar for a pint and a ‘yarn’ with an Adelaidean. 

Fast-becoming one of Australia’s most sought-after holiday destinations, don’t look past Adelaide on your next Aussie adventure. Whilst there’s plenty to see on foot, we recommend making the most of your stay with the convenience of a hire car. 

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