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We offer total convenience when it comes to picking up your car rental by giving you the option to collect your vehicle from the moment you arrive at Brisbane Domestic Airport. This way, you will have more time do what you want to do; explore! No time wasted on confirming credit card details, trawling suppliers websites or waiting in line to collect your car. We have many collection points so you will be able to collect your rental car in a convenient location. If you have no idea where the best location should be, all it takes is a phone call to our friendly staff and they will gladly help you out.

Also, don’t bother with pesky bus timetables or flight delays, car hire allows you to see Brisbane on an intimate level, cruising at your own pace, in your own style with your choice of company and music. This kind of freedom and flexibility is our priority when it comes to our customers. Grab this chance now and book a rental vehicle.

Why rent a car rental with BargainWheels?

  • We have teamed up with the leading car rental brands like Avis, Hertz, Budget, Thrifty and Europcar 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.
  • Don’t stress! If your flight is postponed or cancelled, we won’t charge you any cancellation fees.
  • Aside from the fact that you can pick up your rental car in the airport, we also have several pick-up locations perfectly placed throughout Brisbane for your convenience.
  • Payment is required when you pick up your rental car. Got questions? Contact us and our friendly customer care experts will be happy to assist.



Brisbane is an amazing place to visit. With a hire car you can transform your fast paced city holiday into a laid back beachy holiday under less than an hour. You can also head out west to experience the good old Australian outback. No matter what you want to do, Brisbane is a good starting point to experience what Australia is all about.

South Bank – Although the South Bank precinct was flooded in the 2011 floods, it has been revamped and rebuilt better than before. With a man made beach and great park lands, you can access the South Bank area which is on the opposite side of the Brisbane River to the city centre, by either walking bridges, the Ferry, or a City Cat.

Kangaroo Point Cliffs – The picturesque cliff face, overlooks the Brisbane River and gives a wonderful view of the CBD area, especially at night.  Their are BBQ areas and seating areas along both the top and bottom of the cliffs.  It is a very popular place for rock climbers and you can book in to experience climbing the cliffs with beginner to advanced climbs available.

Brisbane River – The Brisbane community celebrate the River that runs through their city.  When you visit Brisbane you can explore the River on a Catamaran or a Ferry, with services provided by the local council.  It is a great alternative to driving your hire car around the busy city area.



Like most capital cities, you can find cuisines from all over the globe somewhere in Brisbane.  Make sure to experience some local seafood or just enjoy some home made food available at the South Bank markets.

Hungry Jack’s – They know how travelers are stressed, tired and in a rush, that’s why they have absolutely catered accordingly, if not above and beyond. Located in the food court at the Qantas end of the terminal, they deliver more rounded and diverse food offerings to customers. Their friendly crews and excellent service, even with a bit queue, you can expect that your order will arrive quickly.  A very good cappuccino before you pick up your car hire will get you going  on your wonderful trip.

Breakfast Creek Hotel -Grab your hire car and move to the historical hotel in Albion that was built in the 1889. As it lies in between the Brisbane Airport precinct and the CBD precinct, there are no excuses for you missing out on a meal at the Brekky Creek.  With a Steakhouse and a Cafe, you are sure to find something that will fill you up.

Interesting Facts about Brisbane Airport


Brisbane Airport is the 3rd busiest passenger airport in Australia next to Sydney Airport and Melbourne Airport with 18,523,979 passengers handled in 2007-2008. The 2 passenger terminals separate the domestic flights from the international flights and there is a cargo terminal and 2 runways.

You can access the Domestic Airport via the Gateway Motorway or by using the Airtrain that links the Domestic Terminal to the International Terminal and the CBD where you can access the suburban train network. (See our locality map for directions)

The Domestic Terminal is separated into thirds, with Qantas based at the northern end of the terminal, Virgin Blue occupying the southern end of the terminal and the central area being used by Jetstar and other carriers.

Currently the Domestic Terminal is expanding with some of the new features including a new check in on the upper level of the terminal, a new multi-level carpark, and additional gates and lounge space with the upgrades due to be completed in late 2010.