Looking for cheap car hire in Brisbane? – Let us help you!
Five Star Car Rentals has a wide range of reliable rental vehicles available at competitive prices.
What makes us different from other companies offering car hire Brisbane airport is that as well as offering amazing value for money, we regularly go the extra mile for our valued customers. We want to make sure you not only receive a clean and reliable vehicle, but to also enjoy your time in our wonderful city and we will always go out of our way to ensure you have a great holiday or visit – because that’s just what we do!
Our depot is located in Eagle Farm, only a few minutes from Brisbane Airport, just off Alpinia Drive, and we can pick you up from the airport when you land and drop you off when you depart for absolutely no extra cost at all (during normal business hours). This service is one of the many benefits of dealing with a family business with a focus on customer service.
It’s easier to see the city driving yourself.
Brisbane is one of Australia’s most beautiful cities – the river, the city and the beach all in one. Nothing beats the freedom of exploring a city at your own pace, which is why you will enjoy your stay more with a high-quality but cheap car hire. No waiting for buses, no paying expensive taxi fares, because with Five Star Car Rentals, you’ll have a comfortable, reliable vehicle at your disposal whenever you need it.
Why Choose Five Star Car Rentals
FREE Airport pick up in Brisbane from 8am – 5pm
FREE Additional drivers
$0 Administration fees
$0 Airport levies
$0 Registration recovery tax
$0 Liability reduction waiver
$0 Surcharge for drivers under 25
0% Visa and MasterCard surcharge
Trailer hire available
Low insurance excess – just $750. Our excess is already so low that we don’t need to offer an ‘Excess Reduction Waiver’ like most other rental companies do. Saving you money!
All inclusive price – We have abolished all the unnecessary fees to give you the best possible price. The quoted price is the total cost – Guaranteed!
One-way rentals between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, or the Gold Coast and Brisbane (subject to vehicle availability).
Friendly service and clean, reliable cars.
Convenient pick up locations in Brisbane and the Gold Coast
Campervan hire available
Car Hire Brisbane
Car hire Brisbane is easy and stress free with Five star. Brisbane is Queensland’s biggest city set on the Brisbane River and one of the most desirable places in the world to live. The city is known for its pleasurable weather, sparkling cultural and art scene, architectural delights, vibrant nightlife and numerous restaurants. Some of the places priceless visiting in Brisbane are Lone Pine Kola Sanctuary, Alma Park Zoo, Mount Coot-tha, Queensland Cultural Center, Museum of Brisbane, Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium, Brisbane City Hall and King George square.You can easily enjoy the many sights of Brisbane with our car hire services at reasonable prices.
We offer a wide range of comfortable vehicles to suit all your needs and requirements.You can get where you’re going at a pace that suits you, whether exploring Brisbane or traveling further afield.
Once you have your Car Hire Brisbane then this city offers you many attractions and beautiful views.You can soak up the huge scenery of Redlands and the beauty of Moreton Bay, before sampling some top local produce in the Lockyer Valley, one of the most productive farming provinces in the world.
Car Rental Brisbane helps you get to know Brisbane!
Whatever you’re looking for, Brisbane and the nearby area has something for everyone. If you’re in need of some retail treatment then hire car Brisbane for the city’s huge shopping malls and load up the moon boot with unique boutique and stylish goods from hundreds of retailers. Brisbane is cultural capital of Queensland which offers up a parade of nightlife choices, with an exciting music, theater and restaurant scene that comes alive as the sun goes down.
Car rental Brisbane allows for you to take in length and span of this great city. The best time to visit Brisbane is during August and September when the Royal Queensland show and the Brisbane River Festival are held respectively.
Car rental Brisbane is the best option to explore the city.
Things to do in Brisbane
Pine Koala Sanctuary
It is located at 12km south of the city centre Brisbane and only 50 minutes from the Gold Coast. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the premier tourist attraction and world’s first and largest koala sanctuary in Brisbane Australia. Its home to 130 or so koalas, plus kangaroos, birds and other Aussie critters. You can cuddle a koala anytime. Pine Koala Sanctuary provides a full fun day for your family specially the kids. The opening hours: 9-5pm, 7 days a week.
It is formerly known as One Tree Hill and located just about 15-minute drive from the city of Brisbane. It has the highest peak in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The mountain is 287 meters above sea level. The Mount Coot-tha reserve contains more than 1,500 hectares of natural bush land and non-residential area.
Roma Street Parkland Events
Roma Street Parkland is an oasis in the heart of Brisbane city over 16 hectares of green space. Roma Street Parkland has an open air amphitheatre Here you will find BBQ fun, forest artworks and spectacular vistas ,swings, instrumental equipment, colorful children’s playground and etc. With five separate sections of gardens this is an immense place for a family picnic.
Suncorp Stadium rivals the best football stadiums in the world. It locate on the edge of the Queensland capital CBD on walking distance from the city Brisbane. The 52,500-seat Suncorp Stadium in which 228 wheelchair,228 escort seats,312 better amenity seats (with moveable arms) and many others seats. It is a modern devoted rectangular ground stadium. The features include the low balanced roof, wood screens and open-air bars.
City Botanic Gardens
The City Botanic Gardens is located in the Alice Street, Brisbane City. It is the oldest public park in Brisbane. It’s just a 15-minute walk from Brisbane’s city center and from Roma Street and Central railway stations. When you walk from side to side the gardens then you see many attractions such as the Bamboo Grove, Fig Avenue, Mangrove Boardwalk, and Walter Hill Fountain. Botanic Gardens is bike-friendly and a famous place for cyclists.
Wheel of Brisbane
It’s located at Russel Street, South Brisbane and gave 360 degree view of Brisbane City. A ride on the Wheel of Brisbane is an inspiring experience that will take you about 60m above the ground in the protection and fully enclosed air conditioned capsule. The Wheel of Brisbane is known as one of the most thrilling additions to the Brisbane City Skyline. The Ride schedule is Fri & Sat only at 5pm; 6:30pm; 8pm, No food, drink or smoking is allowed on the Wheel of Brisbane. Maximum of 6 Adults and 2 Children are allowed. All wheels are designed and manufactured according to the uppermost worldwide health and safety standards.
St. Helena Island
St Helena Island is Queensland’s most historic island. St Helena Island is 7km north, Brisbane and 45 minutes by boat. The southern corner of the island is open to the public and you are not allowed to walk around the Island without a qualified tour guide. With the tour’s guide you can visit the blacksmiths shop, punishment yard, sugar mill, the lime kiln, olive grove and the incredible renovated museum.
Treasury Casino and Hotel
It is located in the heart of the city Brisbane, Treasury Casino & Hotel is approximately 20 minutes drive from the domestic and global airports. Treasury Casino & Hotel Offering 128 lavishly appointed rooms and unique packages for its guest. It also provide the perfect environment for hosting meetings, special events and seminars.
Alma Park Zoo
Alma Park Zoo is a exclusive sub tropical zoo situated on north of Brisbane, Australia, in Dakabin on Alma Road. It’s a 20 acres gardens in which you can see a wide variety of Australian and exotic animals such as koalas, kangaroos sun bears, leopard, camel, monkeys and etc. Come face to face with koalas and take your own photos at daily feeding period. There are numerous picnic facilities throughout the tropical gardens, airy lawns for a relaxing lunch and BBQ facilities for your enjoyment. Alma Park Zoo is open every day from 9am to 4pm .Tourist catch the zoo to Brisbane’s Alma Park Zoo. This Zoo Train departs Roma Street Station 9.02am daily on the Caboolture Line.
Museum of Brisbane
The revitalized Museum of Brisbane is located on top of the Brisbane City Hall The museum is part of the living history of the city and examining the changing of Brisbane. Museum of Brisbane opened in October 2003 and Reopening in April 2013 .Worldwide tourist can learn and explore the people, places and stories of Brisbane. The Museum provides an oasis in the city, housing five galleries and theatrette. The Brisbane Museum also offering fascinating views of two of the buildings most beautiful texture one is the clock tower and second one is copper dome. Museum of Brisbane is open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm It is closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years.
The Giant Drop is located at the Dream world theme park ,Australia. Giant Drop was designed by Intamin. The Giant Drop was formally declared the tallest, vertical free-fall ride in the world’ by the Guinness Book of World Records in edition 1999.The giant Drop is 119metres high and have 39 stores. it’s now a well-known Australian landmark. During the ride, passengers experience the thrill and excitement of falling the high stores is unexplainable. – its speed of gravity is 135 km per hour and free fall within seconds.
Pumice stone Passage Catchment
The Pumice stone Passage catchment receives fresh water inflows from a network of streams including Bells, Coonowrin, Coochin, Mellum, Hussey and Elimbah Creeks. The passage disconnect the Bribie Island from the mainland. The passage is also a district sea playground, presenting opportunities such as boating, paddling, fishing and swimming, which attract many locals and visitors each year.
Bribie Island is located only 40 minutes north of Brisbane and it’s also known for its astounding beaches, coastal waterways, arts, traditions, food and laid back nature. The Pumicestone Passage is a major attraction of this wonderful area for local and international tourists. We are fortunate to be able to show you the beauty of Bribie Island on a smooth water journey aboard the Ferryman. You can see a variety of cruise and explore the beautiful Island.
Alchemy Restaurant and Bar SHARE
One of Brisbane’s invisible gems, Alchemy Restaurant and bar ticks all the boxes, with exceptional food and a dazzling view over the Brisbane River. International visitors and locals have created a beautiful dining experience. Alchemy has also special room upstairs with its own sound system and lounge area, perfect for private events such as office Christmas parties and those special birthdays.
Located in the Eagle Street Pier zone, Brisbane .This restaurant is designed to replicate Brisbane’s lifestyle with inspiring water views and a stunning decoration, ARIA Brisbane offers a modest and memorable dining experience. The innovative and up to date menu uses the freshest Australian produce, while the general wine list showcases many of Australia’s iconic wineries.
South Bank Young Designer Markets
In Young Designer Markets in South Bank you can see all the best of Brisbane’s up-and-coming designers and artists selling a range of fashion and accessories, jewelry, home ware, object design furniture and art,. Visitors and native people are also getting the chance to meet and buy direct from the talent.
You can also check out the Young Designers Market on the first Sunday of every month. The markets have become a great point for Brisbane’s designers. This market organize every first Sunday of the month.
Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant
Bacchus Wine Bar & Restaurant is located in the heart of Brisbane. This Multilevel lounge bar has a ardor for food, feeling and hospitality where both diners and drinkers are welcome. This wine bar is open seven days a week 4pm – 1am.Bacchus offers one of the broad selections of best state of mind and fine wines in Bangkok. Complimenting this is an innovative blend cocktail list and an extensive range of bottled and draught beers. Visitors can eat in our relaxing upstairs dining room or downstairs in the bar and get an enjoyable experience.
Eat street markets Hamilton wharf
The Eat Street Markets located in the middle of Brisbane. It’s look like Asian style night market. This market have many features such as peddling tasty street food, fresh produce, flowers, cocktails, art, original crafts, clothes and music. It’s a great place for shopping, browse, friends get to gather and soak up the sights, sounds and aromas. As the sun sets over the river and city skyline, Eat Street Markets are a colorful budget dining hub for all the family.
Twilight Market Brisbane
This market held in King George Square, support local indie artisans at Brisbane’s most iconic intention for everything handmade.
There are over 80 stall holders who advertise and sell soulful and modish handmade wares. Visitors can buy anything from jewelry, gritty tees, fob watches and jelly balls, army bags cushions and accessories, baby clothes and home wares in eye-popping prints, colors and designs. This is late-night shopping like you’ve never experienced it.
When you are in Brisbane you must visit Fortitude Valley. There is lot of activities and events to suit everybody. If you are there over the weekend – visit the Brisbane Valley Market, which is held every Saturday and Sunday morning and join the locals for a fun filled day. You’ll find both new and second-hand goods on offer. You can also try out the delicious dishes available from around the world and chill out to street entertainment.