Compare and Book a Car Hire in Barossa Valley

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There is no limit when it comes to our customers. When you are traveling with a child, we provide options for you at low prices. Once your booking is confirmed, you can 1) opt to contact us through the email confirmation to advice us of your child’s months/age, 2) contact the supplier directly to tell them the details, or 3) take your own baby seat with you. We are flexible to your needs so book a car hire with us now.

Why rent a car with us?

Lovers of good food, fine wine and beautiful scenery should make sure to arrange their car hire with Bargain Wheels Car Rentals and visit the beautiful Barossa Valley.

Located about an hour’s drive from the Adelaide airport this major wine-producing region was named in 1837 by South Australia’s first Surveyor general, Colonel William Light, to commemorate the British victory over the French in the Battle of Barrosa  The area was first settled in 1842 by English and German settlers

The valley consists of three major towns, Tanunda, <Angaston and Nuriootpa, the mercantile heart of the Barossa. Grab a hire car and take the scenic route to the Barossa through the hills and enjoy driving the country roads and visiting sleepy towns. At Bargain Wheels Car Rentals, we can provide you with a range of vehicles, from cheap cars to luxurious models, so why not soak up the atmosphere with the wind in your hair and a hire a convertible! Visit towns such as Bethany, where the church (pictured) and houses were built in the 1800s.

The Barossa Valley is home to about 50 wineries, including such well known names as Penfolds, Grant Burge, Rockford, , Glaetzer, Saltram, and Torbreck, Orlando (producers of Jacob’s Creek), Kaesler, , Peter Lehmann, Wolf Blass, Seppelts, Jacobs Creek, and Yalumba, The majority of wineries are open to the public however it is worthwhile noting that public transport in the valley is not that good. Why not take turns at being designated driver and let Bargain Wheels Car Rentals organised a people mover or small bus. That way every one gets to enjoy their time at the wineries safely. Vola, problem solved!

The Barossa Valley has much to offer, including art galleries, markets, crafts and festivals. Organise your Barossa Valley car hire and accommodation now for the 2009 Vintage Festival, a week long celebration attracting visitor’s world-wide. Held every two years (odd numbers) the festival is a pageant of wine, gourmet food and entertainment.

So go on, indulge, and immerse yourself in the beauty that is the Barossa Valley, and remember, whether you are looking for discount or luxury Barossa Valley hire cars or assistance with South Australia car hire, talk to Bargain Wheels Car Rentals. We offer the best car rental rates for both new and used vehicles via a national network of franchised locations and specially appointed Agents

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More to See & Do
Events Barossa Tours
Visitor Information Centres Barossa Historical Museum
Barossa Wine & Tourism How To Get There