Find a Cheap Car Hire in Biloela – Fast & Easy
Of course! You should totally hire a car. Why, you ask? Because a car hire will ensure that you won’t have limited options when traveling. This is the huge difference of hiring a car and going on a public transport. The bus or the train cannot take you to hidden spots in Biloela without added hassle. So, we recommend booking a car hire and let us take charge in bringing you the trip you deserve.
Reasons to book a rental car with BargainWheels
- We have teamed up with the leading car rental brands like Avis, Hertz, Budget, Thrifty, Europcar & Enterprise (formerly Redspot) to provide you the perfect car rental vehicle that will compliment all your vacation needs.
- Simply enter in your dates and times, along with the pickup location, and you will be presented with a list of available vehicles from our suppliers offered in the most affordable rates.
- You can choose a vehicle by size, or by price.
- Have enquiries? Contact us and our customer care experts will provide you with the most reliable feedback instantly!
Driving tips in Biloela
There are plenty of things to see in the Biloela area. Take a drive in your car rental and visit Greycliffe Station. This beautifully preserved slab hut dates back to the 1870s, and has been converted into a museum by the local historical society. Why not move your car rental and take the kids to The SILO, the Australian Primary Industries Exhibition, which offers educational tours and a chance to visit a variety of farm animals, ranging from donkeys to ostriches.
Once you have arranged your car rental, take a trip 12 km’s to the south of town to Mount Scoria, a strange basalt formation about 150 metres high with symmetrically shaped rocks which look like a giant staircase. Or take a guided tour of the Callide Power Station complex. View the dam, the town and the surrounding countryside from the lookout and inspect the museum at Callide B Power Station.
Just over an hour’s drive in your car rental from Bargain Wheels is the Cania Gorge National Park. The park is accessible to most visitors. The park features a series of boardwalks which follow Russell Gully past water worn boulders and through dense vine forest. There are steeper walking trails and stairways to access scenic highlights like ‘Dripping Rock’, ‘The Overhang’, ‘Two Story Cave’ and ‘King Orchid Crevice’.