Why hire a car in Bairnsdale?

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Traveling in Bairnsdale’s lovely scenic roads will not be complete without a car hire. Go on a road trip and enjoy the surrounding forests. Now, you can’t do that without a car rental, can you? Book one with us and we ensure affordable rental packages!

Book a Bairnsdale Rental Car and enjoy the Gippsland Region

  • Need a hire car for Bairnsdale Look no further than BargainWheels.
  • There are many locations throughout Victoria, Australia where you can go to collect a hire car.
  • Bairnsdale also has options for you to pick up a hire car.
  • Our customer service team are available to help you and can also provide you with useful information for any of your car hire inquiries.

Be close to nature as you visit Bairnsdale. With its surrounding forests, and a way to discover the vast Gippsland Lake and Mitchell Rivers, plus the fascinating cultural trails and scenic drives, Bairnsdale is a town you should visit. It is sited on a bend of the Mitchell river, with the river flowing in along the northern edge of the town, before turning south to flow along the eastern edge, although suburbs are now found across the river to both north and east.

History and Culture

In your car hire, tour the Bataluk Cultural Trail and discover elements of Koorie history and culture or visit the Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place to view artefacts and history on the Gunai/Kurnai people of East Gippsland. Bairnsdale is also a commercial centre for the local wool, dairy and timber industries.

Outdoor Adventure

If you love outdoors, Bairnsdale is the place to be as it has plenty of accomodation and wide range of shops and services. Located at the junction of the Great Alpine Road and the Princess Highway, Bairnsdale provides easy access to discover the region of Omeo, Dinner Plain and Mount Hotham with your car hire.

Food and Wine

Drive along  the local Twin Rivers Food and Wine Trail with your rental car, and have a taste of the region’s wineries, restaurants, berry farms and fruit orchards. Tourists can also walk around town on a self-guided heritage walk stopping in at St. Mary’s Church, art museums, craft and several antique shops.