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When you take time to arrange your Griffith car rental, you will want to ensure that you have the choice of the best vehicles from Australia’s top car rental firms such as Avis, Hertz, Budget, Thrifty, Europcar, Redspot and many more. With Griffith car hire, you will see that Hire Car Hero is the best place to compare each of the supplier’s vehicles in one place. With access to all of these cars, cheap car rental in Griffith provides you with the largest range of vehicles and companies to choose your car from. Cheap car hire Griffith is the most flexible option for your holiday. You can move around at your own speed, stopping here and there to take in the views and attractions that you meet along the way. Having a rent a car Griffith provision can make the difference on your trip. You are not tied to the timetables of tour buses or public transport so that you can spend as little or as much time at places as you need. You can even go off the beaten track and see places that are not on the tourist trail that will appeal to you and what you want from your holiday with Griffith rental cars. There are many different places to pick up and drop off your hire car Griffith, so you are not tied to having to return your car from where you collected it.



Griffith lies in the southwestern part of NSW, Australia. Walter Burley Griffin, the same man who designed the nearby town of Leeton and the country’s capital city of Canberra, designed the city. It was established in 1916 as part of an irrigation project to supply water to the farmlands in the west of the state. However, the city was named after the first minister of the states’ public works, Sir Arthur Griffith. It became a city in 1987. You can arrive in Griffith by road from Canberra and Sydney via the Burley Griffin Way on the Hume Highway. From Melbourne, you would use the Newell Highway. The city has only recently had traffic lights installed at the crossroads of Wakaden Street and Burrell Place. Italians who worked on the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area initially populated the area in the early day and worked on the river’s steamboats. People of Italian origin still make up a significant number of the 16,000 people who live here. There are many wineries influenced by the Italian residents.


Things to see in Griffith

Cocoparra National Park
Cocoparra National Park covers 8,358 hectares of land about 25 kilometres north east of Griffith and about 600 kilometres south west of Sydney. The national park is home to original forests with orchids, wattles and ironbarks. You can see lovely displays of native flora in the spring and go bush camping and enjoy long bush walks, picnics and barbeques, as well as taking pictures of the lovely scenery.

Barellan Museum
Barellan Museum preserves the history of the area. There are many displays to entice you to experience how life was in a bygone era as you wander around. You will see the country way of life that has been thoughtfully considered as authentic as possible.

Altina Wildlife Park
Altina Wildlife Park is a great place for your friends and family who are looking to experience personalised tours on a cart around the open-air wildlife park. You will enjoy the leisurely pace as you get close to a wide selection of wildlife. You will be familiar with some of the residents – kangaroos, emus, parrots, as well as birds of prey and Goannas. There are many exotic species housed in large areas where you can see natural behaviour as they roam around. Take your camera for some great shots without bars and fences in the way.