MT Gambier Airport

MT Gambier Airport CAR RENTAL

location address

Terminal Building, Mt Gambier, 5290 Mount Gambier


opening hours

24-hour return
MO - FR:

08:00 - 21:00


08:00 - 16:30


11:00 - 21:00

Public holidays:

11:00 - 21:00

How to find us Outside opening hours

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Mount Gambier Airport car hire 

The SIXT desk is located in the terminal building and is easy to find as you walk off your flight. 

SIXT Mt Gambier Airport offers: 

  • Wide range of cars coming in all sizes 
  • Commitment to customer service 
  • Experienced staff help all requests, including businesses 

Whether you’re looking for moving vans, trucks, sedans or hatchbacks - SIXT Mt Gambier has them all. There are a wide range of options from leading manufacturers such as Suzuki, Hyundai, Toyota, and Mitsubishi. 

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Things to see and do with a rental car from Mt Gambier Airport

Things to see and do with a rental car from Mt Gambier Airport

Known for its volcanic landscape, crater lakes and incredible scenery, the Mt Gambier region is one you have to see to believe. Mt Gambier itself is one of Australia’s newest volcanoes. As well as the gorgeous mountain scenery, this spot offers four incredible lake-filled maars. The most popular of these is Blue Lake, which turns a startlingly bright shade of blue from December to March every year. Try a guided tour or walk the 3.6-kilometre trail for gorgeous scenery and viewing platforms.  

The Umpherston Sinkhole is another natural local attraction that can’t be missed. This is an outdoor space where you’ll find a circular sunken garden filled with lush greenery and flowers. It was once like many of the limestone caves in the area, but when the cavern collapsed, it left behind a surreal imprint upon the land that will leave a lasting imprint on your memory.  

Another exceptional spot is the Naracoorte Caves National Park, just an hour north of Mt Gambier in your rental car. This is South Australia’s only World Heritage site, and is where you can find the country’s most complete fossil record. History here stretches back over 500,000 years, and entry is completely free (although you will need to pay for an official tour).