Hire a car in Melbourne and experience a non-stop program of festivals, renowned dining, major art exhibitions and musical extravaganzas. Whether you’re going for the Grand Prix, the casino, the shopping district, the wineries or any of the other delights of Melbourne, it will be easier to get around if you hire a rental car.

Location Information

Redspot Car Rentals, South Melbourne is located at 124 Thistlewaite Street, on the block between Alfred Street and George Street. You can pick up and drop off from this location.

Redspot Car Rentals has an Airport office on Arrival Drive (Melbourne Airport Tullamarine), as well as kiosks in Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Our vehicles are parked on site, literally minutes away from our airport office, making it very easy to collect your hire car from the Melbourne Airport.

Redspot Car Rentals also has a hire car office within the Melbourne CBD at McIlwraith Pl, 34-60 Little Collins St. This office offers pickup and drop off of rentals to local hotels and businesses within the Melbourne CBD area.

We also provide vehicle relocation services between Melbourne airport and Melbourne CBD, as well as many other Redspot Car Rentals locations around the country. Redspot Car Rentals has locations all across Australia and you can find a Redspot Car Rentals counter at all major airports, including Sydney Airport, Canberra Airport and Adelaide Airport.

Sight Seeing Attractions:

There are so many things to see and do in Melbourne, there’s not room enough to list them all. Some of the highlights include: Federation Square, Queen Victoria Markets, Crown Casino, Southbank, Great Ocean Road, Yarra Valley, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Aquarium, Phillip Island Penguin Parade, Sovereign Hill, Dandenong Ranges/Puffing Billy, Docklands, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne, Observation Deck, Grampians, The Arts Centre, Mornington Peninsula, The Snowfields and Melbourne Cricket Ground [MCG].

South Melbourne is the perfect starting point for Geelong and The Bellarine or the Great Ocean Road and the Grampians.

About South Melbourne:

South Melbourne lies between the riverfront Southbank precinct to the north and the bayside suburbs of Port Melbourne and Albert Park to the south.

South Melbourne offers a comprehensive retail and dining experience for shoppers, with a one kilometre shopping strip through the heart of the suburb along Clarendon Street, as well as the busy South Melbourne Market in Coventry Street.

As one of Melbourne’s oldest inner-city suburbs, legacies of the past can be seen at various locations such as the South Melbourne Town Hall which was built in 1880, and many small but attractive gardens which are dotted throughout the residential areas. South Melbourne’s close proximity to the Melbourne city centre has seen the development of many high-rise apartment buildings through the years.