Australian Fleet Updates

Apex operates a fleet of late model rental cars in Australia, with a range of small hatchbacks, larger sedans, the ever popular SUV's, and an 8 seater people mover. Choose the right vehicle for your travel needs.

Latest Hot Deals & Relocations

View our latest rental deals and special one-way rental relocations and help us move cars between rental locations. All special offers have limited availability, so you’ve got to be quick. Grab yourself an Apex bargain today!

Safe Driving in Australia

Self drive holidays are a great way to see Australia, but there are things you need to know before you hit the road. Read our guide to safe driving in Australia and prepare yourself for the journey ahead.

Bushfire Emergency

Find out the latest information regarding the bush fires in NSW & QLD.

Australia Car Hire & Driving Holidays

Apex Car Rentals Australia is the ideal car hire solution for international and domestic travellers looking for friendly, personal service and transparent and easy to understand hire rates. When you book with Apex the rate you see is the rate you pay - no hidden costs or unexpected charges.

The Apex fleet of rental vehicles provides an excellent choice for all types of travel, from smaller compact cars that are perfect for around town or short trips, to the larger mid-size hatchbacks and full size sedans, through to our range of 4WD’s and 8-seater passenger vans. Apex Australia has the right vehicle for your travel needs.

Apex has rental locations at major airports such Sydney AirportMelbourne AirportBrisbane AirportGold Coast AirportCairns AirportSunshine Coast AirportAdelaide AirportHobart Airport, Launceston Airport, Perth Airport as well as key central city locations in Brisbane City and Sydney City.

Travel Tips for your Australia Driving Holiday

Australia is a big country and although the roads are generally straight, you can cover considerable distances. Take your time and make sure to take plenty of breaks along the way.

The following tips are specific for Australian Driving Holidays:

Keep Left

We drive on the left side of the road in Australia, so stay left unless overtaking a slower vehicle.

Stay Alert

Drivers must stay alert and be aware of the road ahead and the surrounding areas. If you feel tired, pull over in a safe spot and rest. Passengers also need to be alert and help keep the driver focused on the road.

Avoid Peak Hour Driving

The main cities in Australia can be heavily congested during the working week (Monday to Friday), especially in the early morning (6am – 9am) and late afternoon (3pm – 6pm) peak travel times. We recommend you avoid driving in the Central Business District (CBD) at these times.

Roundabouts

When approaching a roundabout you must give way to vehicles on your right. You must stay in the same lane when entering and exiting the roundabout.

Road Rules

Always follow the road rules. Pay particular attention to; speed limits, give way & stop signs, indicating lane changes and turns, pedestrian crossings, railway crossings, and traffic lights.

Never drink alcohol and drive!

Remember to drive to the conditions at all times. Drive to your vehicles limitations, and drive to your experience level.

  • No Airport Location Fees
  • No Booking Fees
  • No Vehicle Registration Recovery Fees
  • No Credit Card Processing Fees
  • No Extra Driver Fees
  • No Under 25yr Driver Surcharges