Notice to all customers:
From the 29th of August 2016, our branches will be re-branded from Redspot to our franchise brand Enterprise Rent-A-Car. When collecting you vehicle be sure to walk up to the Enterprise Rent-A-Car desk and our team will give you the same great service you would expect when booking with Redspot.
A holiday in Brisbane features attractions such as art galleries, wildlife sanctuaries, theme parks, museums and markets. With a Redspot Car Rentals vehicle you will be amazed how much you can do in your own time, without having to worry about shuttle transfers or bus schedules. Drive your hire car to one of the nearby beaches or enjoy the view of Brisbane city from one of the many lookout points along the hinterland. Redspot Car Rentals have a variety of car rentals to suit all business and tourist travellers – from compact hatchbacks to sedans, SUVs and mini buses.
Car Hire Location Information
Redspot Car Rentals has four kiosks at Brisbane airport, servicing all domestic and international inbound flights. It has vehicles parked within walking distance from the domestic and international terminal buildings so you can easily collect your hire car when you land.
Redspot Car Rentals also offers vehicle relocations between Brisbane airport and Gold Coast Airport, as well as many other Redspot Car Rental locations around the country. This service is perfect for those planning their trip home from another location. You can find a Redspot Car Rentals counter at all major airports, including Sydney, Mackay and Melbourne airports.
Driving a rental car in Brisbane can be tricky. If you want to ensure you get the most out of your travel, make sure you include a portable GPS in your car rental reservation. You can pick up your Redspot Car Rentals vehicle with GPS at Brisbane airport and enjoy everything that South-East Queensland has to offer.
All Redspot Car Rental vehicles are well maintained and regularly serviced. However, if you encounter a mechanical problem with your hire car, you will be covered by 24 hour roadside assistance. As long as the vehicle fault was not caused by the renter, the service will be provided free of charge. Redspot Car Rentals also offers a premium roadside assistance package that covers you in all scenarios (even if you lock your keys in the car).
A drop box is available at all Redspot Car Rental counters for after-hours returns. So if you lose track of time while exploring Brisbane, you can leave your keys in the after-hours drop box and check-in, in time for your flight.
There are various toll roads throughout Brisbane and its surrounding areas. When you arrive at the counter for collection, you’ll be asked if you would like to pre-purchase a toll pass waiver for a small daily fee. This way, Redspot Car Rentals pay for all your toll charges during your hire period. For more information please visit our toll road page.
Sight Seeing Attractions:
Brisbane is known as the river city for good reason. There are a wide variety of things to do along the river, including visiting Southbank Parklands, River Cruise and kangaroo point cliffs. You should make sure you visit popular tourist attractions such as Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, South Brisbane Cultural Precinct, Roma Street Parklands and the Botanical Gardens. You’re also a short drive from Noosa, Australia Zoo and the Gold Coast.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is the third most populated city in Australia. Brisbane’s metropolitan area has a population of 2.15 million, and the surrounding areas encompass a population of more than 3 million. Brisbane is situated along the Brisbane River, approximately 23 km from the mouth of Moreton Bay. It extends along the Brisbane River valley between the bay and the Great Dividing Range.
The first European settlement in Brisbane was established in 1825. Today, the central business district stands on the original European settlement at North Quay. Brisbane was chosen as the capital when Queensland was proclaimed a separate colony in 1859.
To date, Brisbane has hosted many significant cultural and sporting events, including the 1982 Commonwealth Games, the 1988 World Expo and the 2001 Goodwill Games. In 2008, Brisbane was classified as a global city and is the largest economy between Sydney and Singapore. It was also rated the 16th most livable city in the world in 2009.
About Brisbane Airport:
Brisbane Airport is the main passenger airport serving South-East Queensland. It is the third busiest airport in Australia, after Melbourne and Sydney.
Brisbane airport currently serves 46 domestic destinations and 32 international destinations. It has the most domestic connections following Sydney Airport and is a major hub for Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar.
Brisbane Airport is accessible from the CBD via the Airport link and from the Sunshine and Gold Coast via the Gateway Motorway.
Brisbane Airport has been voted in the top airports in the Australia-Pacific region for a number of years. It also has a reputation as the airport with the friendliest staff in the world.