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Car Hire Tasmania

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz at Tasmania

The island state of Tasmania is situated 150 miles to the south of Australia. The state includes the island of Tasmania as well as the 334 islands which surround it. The capital of and largest city in Tasmania is Hobart. Hobart International Airport and Launceston Airport are the major airports in the state, with Hobart also home to the second deepest natural port in the world. Car hire in Tasmania lets you visit the state's most popular attractions in good time considering the size of the region. A favourite with locals and tourists alike is the Salamanca Market in Hobart, known as Australia's best outdoor market.

Rent a car in Tasmania and drive to Zoodoo Wildlife Park which is located in Richmond. Situated in 80 acres of farmland, Zoodoo Wildlife Park is a hands-on zoo allowing visitors to get up close to the animals. Take a safari bus tour and then enjoy some delicious barbecue back at the Visitors Centre. On the northern coast of Tasmania you will find the Bay of Fires. This picturesque destination still displays evidence of the Aboriginal people who lived along its coast. While you are here you can relax on the beach, go for a walk, indulge in some bird watching, or try your hand at surfing.

When driving in Tasmania it is necessary to always have your driving licence with you. If you are driving through an urban area, the speed limit will be 50km/h unless it is signposted otherwise. The maximum speed limit in Tasmania is 100km/h unless there are signs stating otherwise. Most of the roads in the region are narrow and winding so it is wise to always take extra care and pay special attention as the driving conditions may be different to what you are used to.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.