Surfers Paradise is a favourite holiday destination for many Australians and overseas visitors. Offering both luxury accommodation and affordable holiday apartments, a range of indoor and outdoor activities, plus playing host to music, cultural and sporting events all year round, and then there’s the beach. Make sure you get the most out of this exciting destination with a Redspot Car Rentals vehicle. Redspot Car Rentals has a variety of vehicles to suit all business and tourist travellers from compact hatchbacks to sedans, SUVs and mini buses.

Car Hire Location Information:

Redspot Car Rentals has a location at 32 Trickett Street, Surfers Paradise. Our vehicles are parked on site making it easy for you to rent a car when you need it. Redspot Car Rentals has locations all across Australia, with counters at all major airports, including Sydney Airport, Brisbane Airport and Melbourne Airport.

Roadside Assistance:

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.

Toll Roads:

While there are no toll roads in surfers paradise, 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:

There is plenty to see and do around Surfers Paradise, but when you have had enough of the beach – why not consider a day trip or two? Redspot Car Rental will help you discover the beauty of the world-heritage listed Springbrook Mountain (home to five waterfalls and one of world’s oldest living forests), Lamington National Park and O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walk and Tamborine Mountain township. Want a bit more of the coast? Take a spin down the highway and check out Coolangatta, Bryon Bay and the lush beauty of north coast of NSW.

About Surfers Paradise:

Originally a farm which was sold in the 1870s to Johann Meyer, who opened Main Beach Hotel as a tourist destination. The area was renamed Surfers Paradise in 1933 and started attracting holiday makers. The first high rise was built in 1959 which heralded the beginning of a building boom that lasted well over three decades and saw a sleepy little beach resort grow into an amazing tourist destination.