If your trip to Emerald is all sorted out but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a few hints and tips.
Not too far from the city center, Emerald Golf Club is one attraction to consider adding to your to-do list. If you still have some room on that travel schedule, Emerald Botanic Gardens and Emerald Hospital will keep you occupied, too.
You'll want to check out nearby Capella. What's 31 miles when you have your own set of wheels? The road trip there is half the fun! See the sights beginning with Capella Golf Club, Clermont Capella Uniting Church and Capella Pioneer Village. Located 43 miles away, Blackwater is another place to aim for. If you stop by, make sure you check out Blackwater Japanese Gardens, Blackwater Hospital and Blackwater Country Club.
Located 2 miles from Emerald, Wally McKenzie House is a fabulous place to go for a work conference. After a big day of mingling and networking, you'll be able to hop into your rental car and drive out to a nearby café or go for a leisurely cruise around the area.
Here are our top suggestions to grab the biggest discounts on a car rental:
With your own set of wheels, Emerald is yours to discover. People make their way to this captivating city for a wealth of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have an unique car for each of them. The main priority for large families is space (and legroom). Depending on the number of family members, that could mean anything from a full-size vehicle to a van. Travelers on a budget enjoy the affordability and great mileage of our smaller vehicles, such as an economy or compact car. If you're eager to make heads turn in Emerald, you could even peruse our special category for a vehicle that will make any car lover go all tingly with excitement.
Sometimes the journey is more significant than the destination, which makes finding the right car important. If you're about to embark on an epic road trip around Emerald, a spacious SUV could be the perfect solution. If you want the best possible deal and plan to stick to city driving, an economy car is hard to beat. All you have to do is work out what's the best fit, load up the car, and hit the highway.