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Most people who book a Yass car rental do so because they would like a car for their holiday or they may be a business owner who wants to prospect around the area. Other people might need a car on occasion to visit family or for purposes that they would not normally need a car. There is only a few bits of information required for your car hire in Yass before you can compare cars. If you know where you want to collect the car and drop it back afterwards, then enter these details along with the dates that you would like your cheap Yass car rentals available and the age of the main driver. You can have a look at the list of cheap car hire Yass from the companies that provide a Yass rent a car. Each rental car Yass is displayed in a table that you can sort accordingly. Once you have searched through your list of Yass hire cars and have made a selection, then book it. You will receive a booking confirmation as soon as you have made your choice. You will enjoy the freedom that having your own car will bring for your trip to Yass.
About Yass NSW
Sited on the Southern Tablelands, Yass is a town in NSW, Australia. The town’s name is said to have originated from the native work for ‘running water’. There are various events held in Yass including the Arts and Crafts Festival, the Pride of Erin Festival, and the Yass Show each year. There is a main street in the town that is quite special in that it has some fine examples of 19th Century buildings, including the post pubs that have since been converted into other buildings. The media mogul Rupert Murdoch owns property close to the town. The town of Yass is located about 60 kilometers from Canberra and 280 kilometers southwest of Sydney. The river of the same name passes the town. Europeans did not arrive in Yass until the 1820s by way of an expedition. It was about ten years later before the settlement begun to spring up. A couple of famous poets made Yass their home. The sheep stud known as Merryville was established here in the early 1900s. There was much debate over the introduction of a railway to the area, where locals were annoyed that it did not pass much closer to the town. In the end, a light railway was built that ran until 1988. The railway station is now a museum.
Yass – Things to see
Barton Estate Winery
The family owned Barton Estate Winery is a great place to visit to enjoy some of the State’s finest award-winning wine. The area is part of the Jeir Station area. The estate is much larger than the winery, but it boasts some of the finest grape-growing land. The red soil is rich and lies facing the north east, which prevents the area from being harmed by frost. Enjoy a tour and tasting some of the fine wines before buying a few bottles for your trip so that you can enjoy one or two glasses along with a picnic.
Binalong Golf Club
There are many great golf courses in NSW, and Binalong Golf Club is one of them. You can take your clubs out and stroll out across the 18-hole course that is a PAR68 over 5,191 meters. If you want to play bowls or want to stop off and enjoy lunch in the café, then the Binalong Golf Course is ideally situated for some time with friends and family.
Binalong Motor Museum
You are welcome to the country’s only purpose built museum that is dedicated to restoring old cars. Binalong Motor Museum was created in 1992. While most cars could be driven, there are many that require significant work to restore them to their former glory. There are facilities here for you to enjoy with regular changes to the exhibits.