The Gold Coast is a sophisticated yet relaxing location offering visitors and locals a variety of things to see and do. It is because of this, that the Gold Coast is known as the tourism hub of Australia. Make sure to kick start your dream holiday in a Redspot Car Rentals vehicle. With no regular public transport service from the Gold Coast airport, a Redspot Car Rentals vehicle is the perfect way to get around. Redspot Car Rentals has a variety of vehicles to suit all business and tourist travellers from compact hatchbacks to sedans, SUVs and minibuses.
Car Hire Location Information
Redspot Car Rentals has a desk inside Gold Coast Airport’s main arrival terminal. Our vehicles are parked on site and within walking distance from the terminal building, making it very easy to collect your hire car from the airport.
Redspot Car Rentals also offers vehicle relocations for those flying out from Brisbane airport. Redspot Car Rentals has locations all across Australia, with counters at all major airports, including Sydney Airport, Brisbane Airport and Melbourne Airport.
All Redspot Car Rental vehicles are covered by 24 hour roadside assistance. If you encounter a mechanical fault with your hire car, your roadside service will be free of charge. Redspot Car Rentals also offers a premium roadside assistance package that covers you on the occasions where you accidentally leave the lights on, or lock the keys in the car.
An after-hours drop box is available at the Redspot Car Rentals counter at the Gold Coast airport. So no matter what time your return flight home, you can leave your rental car and the keys at the desk and be on your way.
While there are no toll roads on the Gold Coast, there are a few 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:
As mentioned before, the Gold Coast is the tourism hub of Australia. There are so many things to see and do around Surfers Paradise; including Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Hard Rock Café, Conrad Jupiters Casino, Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant, Cavill Avenue shopping and Putt Putt Golf. If you are feeling adventurous you can also enjoy a fun day out at one of the many theme parks located around the Gold Coast; including Wet and Wild, Dreamworld, Sea World, White Water World and Movie World. Read our staff story about his recent family trip to the Gold Coast.
About Gold Coast:
Approximately 90 km south of Brisbane city, the Gold Coast is the second most populated city in the state. The Gold Coast’s metropolitan area converges with that of outer Brisbane, forming part of an urban sprawl of over 3 million people. The Gold Coast also holds the title of the largest cross-state population, due to the inclusion of Tweed Heads, New South Wales.
With its sunny subtropical climate, world class surfing beaches, and pristine waterways, the Gold Coast has many things to offer resident and visitors. Its surfing culture, theme parks, nightlife, and rainforest hinterland have generated significant tourism industry for Queensland. The Gold Coast will also host the Commonwealth Games in 2018.
About Gold Coast Airport:
The Gold Coast Airport is a domestic and international airport located at the southern end of the Gold Coast. The airport is some 25 km south of Surfers Paradise and around 100 km south of Brisbane. The runway itself straddles the state border of Queensland and New South Wales. During summer these states are in two different time zones, which can make flight arrival and departure times confusing. In 2011, The Gold Coast Airport was named the sixth busiest airport in Australia. It is also the third fastest growing airport in the country.