Providing your age allows us to give you a more accurate rental estimate. Restrictions and fees may apply for drivers under 25. Please review rental terms and conditions or call us at 1300 362 848 for details.
Budget has a wide variety of late model rental cars in Alice Springs Airport to suit your travel needs, including Economy, Standard (Nissan Pulsar or similar) or 4WD. Whatever your travel plans are we have the right rental car for you. Our fleet is constantly being updated with focus on your comfort and safety. If travelling in Alice Springs is new to you, make sure you add a portable GPS and Roadside Assistance in your car rental reservation to make your visit even easier.
And remember if you are a Qantas Frequent Flyer member or fly buys member, you can earn valuable points with when you rent a car or truck from Budget.
Points of interest close to Alice Springs Airport Budget Car Hire
Alice Springs is a town in the Northern Territory of Australia. With a population of 28,605, it is the third largest town in the entire Northern Territory. Getting into Alice Springs is simple as there is an airport located in the centre of the town. Making these even simpler is the Budget Rental location inside the airport, allowing you to pick up your car hire and start your holiday seconds after your flight lands.
There is an array of activities and adventures for your holiday in Alice Springs. You can start it off with a helicopter ride over the Red Centre and take in the grandness of the Outback from a birds eye view. Alice Springs Helicopters provides scenic tours and adventures to many famous local locations, such as; West MacDonnell Ranges, Kings Canyon and Standley Chasm.
If you are hoping to park your car hire and keep your feet on the ground, then head to the historical
Telegraph Station and start exploring along the cities walking trail. You can also drive over to the Olive Pink Botanic Gardens and observe over 250 species of plants, native animals and birds. It makes for a great day exploring, while keeping your feet firmly on the ground. The Larapinta Trail is another great way to explore the town with a trail that takes you from the Ormiston Gorge to Finke River.
Alice Springs Desert Park is another favourite location for visitors and locals. Mostly famous for its bird watching as it is home to more than 180 varies species of birds. If you want a more in depth view of the dessert than Pyndan Camel Tracks offers camel-back rides on a half day, or one hour tour. If you are someone who likes to 4WD then you will want to visit Tailor-made Tours and take a 4WD outback adventure to MacDonnell Ranges. You can always do a self-tour, however if your Budget hire is not a 4WD then you will need to go along on a guided tour in the proper vehicle.
Want to take in some aboriginal art while on your holiday, then drive your Budget Car to the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation. Here you will find works from the Central and Western Desert people. Other great art galleries in Alice Springs include; Muk Muk Fine Art, Papunya Tula Artists and Araluen Arts Centre.
Before leaving Alice Springs, be sure to find time to stop at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre and the Alice Springs Night Markets. These are staple locations for the area and not trip is 100% without a visit to each of these locales.