Hobart

Hobart CAR RENTAL

location address

65 Argyle Street, 7000 Hobart

GDS-Code: HBA

opening hours

MO - FR:

08:00 - 16:30

SA - SU:

08:00 - 11:30

Public holidays:

08:00 - 11:30

How to find us

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Nearby Locations

Other SIXT branches in the vicinity of Hobart

Hobart car hire

SIXT Hobart can be found on Argyle Street near the corner of Bathurst Street. Just look out for the orange SIXT logo! The central location means you can walk from many of the city hotels and the waterfront pier from cruise ships within minutes. If you’re coming from further afield, a taxi will bring you straight to our doorstep – just note that Argyle Street is one-way.

SIXT Hobart features:

  • A perfect central location
  • Experienced, friendly staff
  • A large range of rental vehicles

If you need something with a little grunt, our range of commercial vehicles can help you get the job done.

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Things to see and do in Hobart

Things to see and do in Hobart

Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city, so it’s a great place to explore. MONA, or the Museum of Old and New Art is one of the city’s top attractions, and it’s well worth a visit. With a range of exciting exhibitions, not to mention a great cellar door on site, this is one unique art gallery that you have to see for yourself. You can also drive up to Mount Wellington for incredible views out over the city, and stroll through the famous Salamanca Markets for treats and souvenirs.

Wild nature and animals

Wild nature and animals

If you want to see the iconic (and endangered) Tasmanian Devil, a trip to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary should be on your list. This park has a variety of Australian animals in an open-range environment, and you can even handfeed them! 

Hobart is also a good starting point for any Tasmanian wilderness adventure. If you’re looking to travel a little further afield, try driving the scenic two-hour route down to Bruny Island, a stunning gem that’s filled with Australian wildlife and hiking trails. Or, venture over to Port Arthur, which is one of Australia’s most historic sites and just 90 minutes from the city. You can explore the area and find out more about its heritage, or even head in at night to take a spooky ghost tour.

Tips and advice when visiting the Hobart region

Tips and advice when visiting the Hobart region

  • Before returning your vehicle to the central city, be sure to refill your tank as there are no petrol stations within the CBD
  • Please note that while can take vehicle to Bruny Island, you are not covered whilst the vehicle is on the Bruny Island ferry