Car Hire Western Australia

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Hertz at Western Australia

Western Australia is the largest state in Australia. Renowned for the Kimberley Region of the Australian Outback, containing incredible wildlife and a landscape of breath-taking scenery, the world-famous Australian Outback features many tributes to Aboriginal culture. Hiring a car in Western Australia means you can trek through the Kimberley Region, where you can find rock art that's thousands of years old. An absolute must-see is the World Heritage Site, Ningaloo Reef. Located in north-western Australia, here you can see stunning marine and coral life with your very own eyes.

Western Australia's capital city, Perth, provides the perfect getaway for tourists looking for some much-needed relaxation. Take a cruise down the majestic Swan River, get a fantastic view of Perth from Fraser Avenue Lookout, and even spend an afternoon relaxing in Kings Park and Botanic Gardens. Once you've explored Perth you can drive out to explore wider Western Australia. Exploring the city of a Fremantle is a must - rent a car in Western Australia and reach Fremantle in around a 30-minute drive from Perth. This maritime centre is renowned for its boat harbour and fishing community.

Before visiting Western Australia, it's wise to read up on the rules of the road. There are some important things to remember about driving in WA, such as the state speed limits. The speed limit is 100 km/h on open roads and the default speed is 50 km/h in metropolitan areas. International visitors are free to drive in WA for up to 12 months if they have a full licence. Be mindful of the weather conditions which could cause delays or pose a risk to drivers; heavy rain in less-populated areas can cause the roads to become quite hazardous, while intense heat could cause car (and driver) problems.