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Cheap Car Rental Emerald Airport

Rental cars are available in many models and price ranges, and you can compare these features side by side on our website. While car rental prices don’t include petrol, baby seats, or GPS, many other fees are covered in the quoted price. GST, registration fees, and basic insurance are all part of the prices you will find on the site. Picking up your vehicle at the airport usually involves an extra tax, but this is included in the price quoted to you on the website. If you require unlimited kilometres or extra insurance, those can be arranged through the rental car company you choose online. Booking a hire car takes about two minutes of your time. The booking process is simple and efficient, and you are assured of getting exactly the car you want, when you want it, and for a price that is in line with your budget. When you can compare all the companies that are offering cheap car hire in Emerald Airport, one to another, you are assured of getting a rental car that suits both your physical vehicle requirements and your budget. There is no need to register or sign up to compare cheap cars and prices with Rent Me a Car. Car hire Emerald Airport offers a significant selection of hire cars from the major rent a car companies, including Avis, Budget, Hertz, Thrifty, and others. Cheap car rental Emerald Airport never charges a booking fee or cancellation fee to its online customers. Rent Me a Car is the best choice.

Emerald Airport

Emerald Airport serves the town of Emerald Airport, Queensland as a domestic airport. It is owned and operated by the Central Highlands Regional Council. Virgin Australia, QantasLink, and Alliance Airlines fly more than 45 flights a week between Emerald Airport and Brisbane. There are two runways, one asphalt for landing jets and other large aircraft, and one gravel for general aviation purposes. In 2010, $7.7 million was spent on extending the terminal, and refurbishing it. A new flight information system is displayed through the terminal facilities and online. In the 2010-2011 fiscal year, nearly 166,000 revenue passengers passed through the airport. The town of Emerald Airport, Queensland, in which the airport resides, is a town of about 13,000 people. The Central Highlands Regional Council has its business centre in Emerald Airport. The town lies on the banks of the Fitzroy River tributary, the Nogoa River. It is at the junction of Gregory and Capricorn Highways. The Tropic of Capricorn is just north of Emerald Airport, intersection the Gregory Highway. First explored by Ludwig Leichhardt, the town wasn’t established until 1879, when the Central Line built a base. In the 1860s, Peter MacDonald, established several pastoral runs.

The Dam at Lake Maraboon

One of the largest artificial lakes in Australia is Lake Maraboon. It covers nearly 150 square kilometres, and is held back by the Fairbairn Dam, a short drive from Emerald Airport. In addition to providing needed irrigation for the cotton fields and others, the lake is home to water sports, and is very popular with local residents and visitors alike. Fishing is a popular pastime, as are waterskiing, swimming, and kayaking.


An area called The Gemfields lies to the west of Emerald Airport. The southern hemisphere’s largest sapphire fields are located here. Two small towns, Rubyvale and Sapphire, are named for the specific gems discovered in their immediate areas. GemFest is held annually in the region. Large numbers of visitors come for the festivities, games, food, and beverages, as well as to purchase the beautiful gemstones. The stones can be had either ‘raw’ or already set into stunning jewelry pieces.