Discover Sydney by car: celebrate New Year's Eve Down Under
The famous New Year’s Eve party is held every year in Sydney Harbour. In addition to the spectacular fireworks display there are many other highlights to experience during the New Year's celebrations. A huge laser show with live music, lots of party tents and stalls await you. Up to 60 historic ships sail in Sydney Harbour against the backdrop of the Sydney Opera House. Colourful lights on sails and rigging illuminate the water in a multichromatic display. Experience Sydney by car and greet the New Year in Down Under style. You can reach Sydney Harbour quickly and easily from the Sydney car rental office.
Car tours in Sydney: Royal National Park
Some 30 km south of Sydney lies a mini-paradise with magnificent forests and beautiful beaches. The Royal National Park is predestined for relaxing walks through the vast eucalyptus forests on the path that takes you past small waterfalls to the mangrove forests on the coast. It is recommended to go on tours guided by experienced Royal National Park rangers, who open up the fascinating secrets of the local flora and fauna.
If you would like to experience Sydney and the breath-taking nature in the surrounding areas, then rent a car with TUI Cars. Whether in a convertible, a jeep or a mobile home, the Fifth Continent is best discovered in the comfort of your own hire vehicle.
Beach holiday by car in Sydney: Bondi Beach – surfer paradise
There are many sandy beaches in Sydney that offer the best conditions for sunbathing, swimming and surfing all year round. Not far from the car rental office in Sydney lies the small but great Bondi Beach. This beautiful sandy beach, lapped by waves rolling in through blue water, awaits you in the middle of the city.
After a long day at the office it is part of the Sydney lifestyle to take a refreshing dip in the sea. Tourists discovering Sydney and its sights by car can look forward to relaxing hours on the east coast of Australia. Hire a convertible to experience the most beautiful beaches of Sydney, where the great waves of the Tasmanian Sea begin to break, tempting you to grab a board and ride the surf.