$26 - $86
$80 - $130
$26 - $51
The cheapest time to hire a car in Sydney is in January. The price is 20% lower than the rest of the year at just AUD 30 per day. The most expensive month is December. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider hiring an economy car in January. If you need more room for your family, larger vehicles with 6+ seats are typically cheapest in January. The price of a car hire in Sydney can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Cheapest||Europcar||Europcar gives you the cheapest deals in 5 locations around the city|
|Most popular||keddy by Europcar||keddy by Europcar gives you the cheapest deals in 5 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 12 locations|
|University of Sydney||5.7 km|
|Central Railway Station||6.9 km|
|Sydney Cricket Ground||7.0 km|
|Chinatown Night Market||7.2 km|
|Manly Beach||122 km|
|Taronga Zoo||129 km|
|Vaucluse House||129 km|
|Sydney Harbour||129 km|
|Sydney Harbour Bridge||131 km|
|Qudos Bank Arena||139 km|
|ANZ Stadium||139 km|
|Sydney Olympic Park||140 km|
|Cockatoo Island||149 km|
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We've had 6,870 searches from users looking to hire a car in Sydney this month so far.
For a weekend in February, the best deals in Sydney start from around $20 up to around $43. For a week-long hire, the lowest price was $19, with more options around the $40 mark.
The average price of a car hire at Sydney Kingsford Smith is $58.
Hertz, Ace Rental Cars, and Europcar were the most popular suppliers in Sydney for next month.
Users search for automatic cars 94% of the time in Sydney. The price of hiring an automatic car in Sydney can be different from a manual - in February the best deal we've seen for an automatic gearbox is $18, and for a manual, it's $21.
Currently, for cars, motorcycles and vans, the speed limit on motorways in Sydney is 110 km/h. The limit drops to 110 km/h for single carriageways and to 50 km/h for urban, populated areas.
When driving in general, it is best to avoid alcohol; the limit is 0.1% BAC to be considered safe and legally driving your vehicle in Sydney.
Sydney ranks no. 41 in the world when it comes to the quality of its road network. Sydney scored 4.7, with 7 being good and 1 being comparatively lower quality. To help put this in perspective, AU ranks no. 41 with a score of 4.7. There will undoubtedly be variations in road quality around a country, but this score generally acts as an indicator to help inform users.
Driving on the left is required in Sydney.