$25 - $83
$23 - $47
The cheapest time to rent a car in Sydney is in May. The price is 22% lower than the rest of the year at just NZD 28 per day. The most expensive month is December. If you are looking for a specific car type, consider renting an economy car in June. The price of a car rental in Sydney can vary based on a number of factors including supply, popularity of the vehicle, and how far out you book your rental car.
|Most popular||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you the cheapest deals in 12 locations around the city|
|Most locations||Sunnycars||Sunnycars gives you high quality and luxurious models in one of their 12 locations|
|Darling Harbour||7.7 km|
|Coogee Beach||8.0 km|
|Circular Quay||9.3 km|
|Sydney Olympic Park||14.1 km|
|Circular Quay||132 km|
|Darling Harbour||133 km|
|Coogee Beach||136 km|
|Sydney Olympic Park||137 km|
|Sydney Olympic Park||140 km|
|Darling Harbour||152 km|
|Circular Quay||153 km|
|Coogee Beach||159 km|
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We've had 304 searches from users looking to rent a car in Sydney this month so far.
Our data shows that for weekend car rental deals during March in Sydney, you can expect to pay around $39. A particularly good deal might be around $21, which is the lowest quote for Sydney we've seen so far.
When renting a car at Sydney Kingsford Smith, the average price users found was $39 in March.
User preferences after searching suggested the most popular suppliers in Sydney for next month are East Coast Car Rentals, Apex, and Ace Rental Cars.
Users search for automatic cars 94% of the time in Sydney. $19 is the best price we've seen for an automatic car in Sydney for March.
Speed limits for cars, vans and motorcycles in Sydney vary according to road classification. The speed limit on a motorway is 110 km/h. The limit for a single carriageway is 110 km/h. Urban areas such as cities can see the limit reduced to 50 km/h. Always follow local signage and instructions as speed limits may change locally.
The law addressing driving under the influence states that 0.1% BAC is the legal limit for operating a vehicle in Sydney.
Sydney has a road quality network score of 4.7 and ranks no. 41 in the world. A score of 1 indicates a lower quality and 7 is the highest quality. This compares to NZ which scores 4.7 for road quality and ranks no. 43 in the world. It is likely however that roads will vary regionally and the score may not be representative for the exact location you visit.
Driving on the left is required in Sydney.