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Book Cheap Car Hire Newcastle Airport

If you’re planning a trip that requires a rental car, you want the process to be efficient. Cheap car rental Newcastle Airport has the car selection you need, at the fees you want. Car hire Newcastle Airport will provide side-by-side comparison of the major rent a car companies, such as Avis, Thrifty, Budget, Hertz, and more. You will find the selection of hire car models to be extensive. Many of the larger companies have a range of rental cars, from small economy models to sport utility vehicles. SUVs are perfect for the large family that requires enough luggage for every member of the family. Economy cars will save on your petrol costs and are easy to drive. Midsize cars provide a little luxury along with fuel economy. The prices for cheap car hire in Newcastle Airport include basic insurance, unlimited kilometres, and airport taxes, if you are picking up your cheap rental car at the airport. There are never any hidden fees when you book your vehicle through Rent Me a Car. You don’t need to register or log on to use the website, and there is no booking fee. Cancellation fees do not apply, if you book through our site, and you don’t need to provide a credit card number to Rent Me a Car. All financial transactions are completed when you arrive to pick up your rental. Spend two minutes of your trip planning time selecting the right car, right online. The process is efficient and the results will please you.

Newcastle Airport

Newcastle Airport, New South Wales is Australia’s 12th busiest airport. In 2011, more than 1.2 million passengers passed through the airport. It is located about 15 kilometres from Newcastle, in Port Stephens. The airport is jointed owned by Port Stephens and Newcastle City Council. The management company is Newcastle Airport Ltd. The management company operating the civilian portion of the airport was formed by the two city councils in 1993. In 2008, it was estimated that the airport brought 3200 jobs and $465.5 million to the Hunter Region economy. The Royal Australian Air Force Base Williamtown shares the airport’s runway. The property is leased from the Federal Government, and licensed for civilian air transportation until 2045. Six airlines have regularly scheduled flights to and from the airport, including Brindabella, Regional Express, Jetstar, QantasLink, and Aeropelican. Virgin Australia’s Boeing 737s are the largest aircraft operating at Newcastle Airport; however, the apron can handle Boeing 767s. The passenger terminal has recently been upgraded and includes three departure gates, a retail concourse, two baggage carousels, and more. A kiosk information desk is available to help arriving passengers with accommodation bookings, local attractions, and connections.

Watch for a Whale

Drive from Newcastle Airport into nearby Tomaree National Park. The Tomaree Head Summit Walk is considered one of the foremost panoramic views in Australia. It’s common to spot pods of whales from the Walk. Anna Bay, Barry Park in Fingal Bay, and Fisherman’s Bay are also good viewing points. Stockton Bight Sand Dunes is renowned as a place to see whales while you stand on the beach. Charter boats will take you to likely whale spotting locations.

Go Sand Boarding

Port Stephens, near Newcastle Airport, has four-wheel drive tour companies that will take you to the best sand boarding dunes in New South Whales. Departing from Anna Bay, one company has purpose-built 4WD vehicles and sand boards for your use. Supervision and instruction are provided for those who are new to the sport. Hire the tour company between 10 am and 3:30 pm any day, with extended hours during school holidays.