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Point Cook Car HIre
We have a team of car rental experience specialists ready to assist you with booking over the phone and answering all of your questions. Give us a call today to arrange for your car rental in Point Cook. Alternatively, you can proceed to book online and select “Request a Call” as your payment type and we’ll call you in a few minutes to collect your payment over the phone.
Cheap Car Rental Point Cook
Your car hire in Point Cook comes in a range of options to satisfy all of your transportation needs.
Alpha Specialty Car
Mg3 or similar
Hyundai i30 or similar
Hyundai Venue or Similar
Compact Hybrid SUV
Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid or similar
Kia cerato sedan or similar
MG ZS or similar
MG HS or similar
LDV D90 or similar
LDV G10 or similar
Toyota hilux or similar
LDV G10+ or Similar
Mitsubishi canter or similar
Places to Visit with Your Car Hire in Point Cook
This quaint suburb approximately 22kms southwest of Melbourne CBD offers a refreshing array of places to stay, sights to see and attractions to experience. And to make your stay in the area worth your while, we’ve compiled a list of stops you can visit with your car rental in Point Cook, Australia.
Browse through a decade of Australian Air Force history and take a journey through the ages. Hear and live the stories of how people’s lives revolved around the aircraft they flew, including the humble beginnings of the Australian Flying Corps, Second World War stories and the unwavering service of our citizens at home and abroad during times of war and peace.
Point Cook Coastal Park
For a family picnic, Point Cook Coastal Park is the ideal location. There are restrooms, a children’s play area, free gas barbecues, many covers, and easy access to the shore in the beach picnic area. Kilometres of groomed grass trails run through Point Cook Coastal Park, making them ideal for leisurely strolls. At low tide, the beach is a great place to walk.
The Tower Walk will appeal to those who enjoy the outdoors and birdwatching. Explore the tower, a memorial to migration and dreams, by meandering across wild grassland. You might see ground-dwelling species like quails and raptors along the trip. Get 360-degree views of the coastline and the Cheetham Wetlands as compensation. Bring binoculars to appreciate the birdlife fully.
Alamanda Wetlands Park
This park is tucked away behind the Alamanda Cafe, snuggled among the wetlands, and is ideal for a peaceful day after a meal. It also includes barbecues, covered areas, and the largest picnic table one has ever seen. So why not visit this secret location for a picnic? The layout starts with a toddler section, then some boardwalks and trails go on to a taller “larger kids” area. The family will enjoy the many slides and seesaws and the unusual circle of swings. There is also plenty of greenery and shrubbery to give the impression that you are in a private playground sanctuary.