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Cheap Car Rental Hornsby
Cheap car rental in Hornsby can be hired for any reason. Either you want to transport goods, locate a business or move home. Hornsby hire cars allows you to select among a list of available cars from all companies displayed in a table format. Cheap car hire Hornsby services allows you to select and compare vehicles on the left and add the dates that you need the car, choose the car that you would like to hire and add your details. You will be sent your booking details. What makes car hire Hornsby more interesting is that you need not worry about many things. Hornsby cheap car rental includes no hidden fees, GST (in Australia), vehicle registration fees, basic insurance (here, you will be asked if you would like to purchase excess reduction when you pick up your car). You will also receive unlimited kilometres unless otherwise stated for any reasons, vehicle recovery fees, airport tax (when picking up at an airport, of course), as the fees are higher at this point, one way fees as accordingly to need and purpose. You can even ask for petrol, optional excess reduction, baby seats, ski racks, or GPS as an extra facility according to your comfort. Therefore, rental car Hornsby is easy and efficient process of hiring cars.
Hornsby rent a car offers durable, safe and reliable vehicles. You can expect a comfortable journey around the areas of this town. Hornsby is the administrative centre of the local government area of Hornsby Shire. This is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney in the state of New South Wales. The opening on 17 September 1886 of Hornsby Junction, a railway station to the north of the town, began the extension of the town. This railway station is a junction of two branches of the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network. Hornsby is a commercial centre, with a western side that consists of a traditional High Street shopping village along the Old Pacific Highway and the eastern side has a court house, police station and the Hornsby Shire Council Chamber. Among the renowned figures of this town are Edgeworth David who led the first expedition to the South Pole, rugby player Dan Parks, cricketer Bill Alley, former NSW police commissioner Jim Lees, and tennis player Fred Stolle. The town is known for its many landmarks including the Hornsby Odeon Cinema, a quarry (which is heritage-listed), Hornsby Water Clock, Hornsby Court House, Pacific Highway (heritage-listed), Hornsby Shire Council Chambers and Hornsby RSL Club.
Things to see in and around Hornsby
Bookplate Book Shop
The best place for a smart reader is the Bookplate Book Shop. With over 35,000 books in stock, most ranging in price from $2.00 (yes, $2.00!) to $20.00, you can buy any book based on many topics. The notable collection includes works of Shakespeare from the early 1800s.
Edgeworth David Garden
You can car rental in Hornsby to visit Edgeworth David Garden. The section of the garden located closest to the road is actually quite natural. It runs parallel to Sherbrook Road and once being the property of its namesake
Lisgar Hidden Gardens
Notable attractions in this town are Lisgar Hidden Gardens. The ‘secret garden’ is quite close to the heart of Hornsby, being less than a kilometre from the station and CBD. One of the main attractions is the 72 species of camellias. Crosslands Reserve are Part of Berowra Valley National Park. The park offers many open areas and facilities for barbeques and picnicking. You can walk in the bush or along the river within a peaceful and serene backdrop to get a glimpse of local flora and fauna.