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Hiring Cars, Bikes, Boats & Equipment in NSW
There's so much to see and do in NSW, from outback holidays to exploring an inland river or visiting a picturesque alpine village. To get the most out of your destination, consider hiring a boat, bike or car; there are equipment hire companies dotted all over the State.
Jervis Bay's pristine waterways and beaches are legendary, but don't let the locals have all the fun! You'll find several boat hire companies around the region, and no license is required to hire a small runabout for a spot of fishing or pottering about. Or, you may prefer to paddle a kayak around the Crookhaven and Shoalhaven rivers.
Wine trails abound in NSW's Hunter Valley, and they're perfect for exploring on a push-bike, which are easy to hire from several operators in the area. Tandem bikes, mountain bikes and even kids' bikes are available, and you'll generally get a map and helmet included.
Love to sail? Hire a catamaran for two and explore Tuggarah Lakes on the Central Coast. You'll also find camper and caravan hire, vintage kombi hire and Oz trikes for a particularly cool way to get from A to B!
Car, bike, boat and general equipment hire is also available all along NSW's North Coast. If you're all about getting wet, head to Port Stephens to hire a boat or jetski. There's also bicycle hire available in Nelson Bay, making it simple to take advantage of the area's dedicated cycle paths, many with stunning views.
If you've always dreamed of a houseboat holiday, it's easy to rent one at Nambucca Heads near Coffs Harbour. If you need a rental car, mini-bus or limousine you'll find hire companies in Ballina and Byron Bay. And if you're planning a trip to Lord Howe Island, don't feel you have to lug your sports equipment with you – there are hire companies where you can rent everything from glass-bottom kayaks to underwater cameras.