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Your car rental Box Hill provider will show every available car, SUV, or luxury vehicle side-by-side so that you can quickly and easily compare all offers in one place. Box Hill car hire only takes two minutes to search, compare, and book your ideal vehicle at a great rate.

Cheap car rental Box Hill has to offer you, saves you time because you do not have to shop around every available company website to find offers. You do not have to have your credit card handy to rent a car in Box Hill. Choose cars from Hertz, Avis, Budget or Europcar, Redspot and Thrifty when you arrange a rental from cheap car hire Box Hill providers. The range of vehicles available makes it much easier to select Box Hill rental cars because they are all in one place. Your Box Hill hire car rate includes GST, vehicle registration fees, unlimited kilometers, basic insurance for over 25s, recovery fees in case of a breakdown, and one- way fees should you wish to start and end your journey at different locations.

There are no hidden charges when you arrange your Box Hill car hire. Once you have made your selection, just confirm your booking and pay for your hire at the time when you collect your car, and then enjoy touring around Box Hill and seeing what the area has on offer.

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About Box Hill

Box Hill lies 14 kilometers from Melbourne. Set to the east of Melbourne, Box Hill was once an independent city that was subsumed into the metropolitan city of Melbourne as it expanded eastwards in the 1950s. Box Hill is now a multicultural area with various restaurants and cafés serving a vast array of international mouthwatering delicacies. A squatter Arundel Wrighte first settled the area around Box Hill in 1838. He took up a lease on the land. The Toogood’s, Thomas and his wife Edith, were the first permanent settlers who bought about 5,000 acres in 1841. Wrighte built his home on the their land in 1844 called Marionville. The chimney stone from Wrighte’s home was used to create the Pioneer’s Memorial outside the town hall. Situated on the main road, Box Hill soon became the place of a hotel, built in 1853 and known as the White Horse Hotel because it is named by its owner, that later became the name of the road passing by it. By 1871, only 154 people lived around Box Hill. The expansion of the railway saw a station open in Box Hill and this attracted further development of the area. The first electric tramline of the southern hemisphere opened in 1889, and commercial interest grew in Box Hill by the late 1890s. Residential development was slow to take off. The White Horse Hotel was demolished by 1933, after being closed since 1921 when the sale of alcohol in the town area was prohibited.


Things to do in Box Hill

Centro Box Hill: Centro Box Hill North and South is a regional shopping complex that was opened in 1987 and managed by the Centro Properties Group. Originally known as Whitehorse Plaza, the center closed down in 2000 and was redeveloped in 2003 with a reconfigured shopping mall and extensive car park. Box Hill Central was built when the old railway station was removed and was refurbished to create Centro Box Hill South. Covering a total letting area of nearly 38,000 square meters, over 190 retailers including Harris Scarfe, Safeway and Coles operate there.

Aqualink: For fun and thrill seekers, you will love Aqualink Box Hill center. It is surrounded by Surrey Park. After its refurbishment in 2013, the site will have a gymnasium with pin-loaded cardio equipment, personal trainers, six-lane 25-meter pool, and indoor sports stadium and floodlit tennis courts.