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Wollongong, NSW Car Rental
This industrial nucleus of Sydney is at 80km drive in your car rental Wollongong though the scenic Royal National Park along the coastline. The beauty strikes you a lot before you get to Wollongong in your rental car with imposing sea cliffs, lookouts and breakneck-falls this drive in your cheap rental car Wollongong is truly grand. Wollongong houses Australia's largest steelwork plant near Port Kembla.
Attraction around Wollongong Car Rental
This satellite city to Sydney again impresses with its beaches, restaurants and coffee bar, know for its crystal blue water the beaches are perfect for surfing or just a swim, make sure you stop your hire car Wollongong and enjoy. Wollongong's main seashore is Surf Beach, while North Beach has the best surf and Harbour Beach more gently for a swim. Wollongong Harbour with its maritime feel has a picturesque nineteenth century lighthouse on the backwaters, also address to many seafood eateries, must see in your cheap hire car Wollongong. The city gallery on the corner of Kembla and Burrell Street showcases regional and international art with emphasis on Aboriginal and Illawarra artists. Also called the temple city, Wollongong is home to the largest Buddhist shrine in the country and a Hindu sanctuary, just a short drive from the city centre in your budget rental car Wollongong. Whilst other activities include hang-gliding and deep sea fishing of the harbour, the city itself is packed with massive shopping arcades.
The Royal National Park was established in 1879 and was the second national park in the world. A huge natural wonder filled with streams, waterfalls, rock formations. Nowadays the park is perfect for visitors with well-established walking tracks. The east side of the park falls abruptly into the ocean creating some overwhelming views. Science has it that Australia was once a large rainforest, some 80,000 years ago — at this park reminisce of that time is still present. Private sandy beaches, mountain climbing, picnic and camping areas are found in plenty.
Heathcote National Park across the Princess Highway is a much smaller and quieter park but worth visiting in your cheap car rental Wollongong. The walking trails and bike treks here are difficult and suited for the serious adventure lover. The landscape is filled with several swimming pools and carved sandstones depicting life as it was once. Camping is allowed but after you obtain a permit.
Driving from Sydney
Sydney is a wonderful place to get rental car Wollongong for your drive to Wollongong in your cheap rental car. Once you have done that avoid the Princess Highway and catch the costal road through the Royal National Park in your cheap hire car Wollongong. The route first emerges above the rock face at Otford and is highly recommended. A few kilometers on is the striking lookout on Bald Hill above Stanwell Park — you'll observe not only the landscape but also the breathtaking sight of hang-gliders taking off and soaring down, this though depends on the weather conditions. You can join in if you are up for the fun. At Coalcliff the imperial Hotel with its striking views is a necessity stop for a drink. By the time you drive your low cost rental car Wollongong to Austinmer you are at the base of the stunning cliffs and in some serious surf area. Sublime Point is an extraordinary place to stop for tremendous views.