Keyless Entry Car Hire in Bendigo

Looking for a reliable car hire in Bendigo? KINTO has a range of Toyota vehicles to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for an SUV for your next road trip, a van for moving furniture, a 7-seater to fit the whole family, or a hatchback for running errands, KINTO has the car hire in Bendigo that is the perfect solution for you.

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With the KINTO app, you can easily locate available cars in your vicinity and obtain hourly, daily, weekly & monthly pricing options all through the digital self-service app on your smartphone. Simply join KINTO in the app and enjoy keyless entry into your vehicle. That's no paperwork & no keys.

Explore KINTO’s extensive range of Toyota vehicles available in Bendigo.

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Models may vary from those shown. Specific vehicles may vary from time to time.

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Hassle-free Car Hire in Bendigo

Freedom, without the hidden costs.

Download the KINTO app and sign up for free from the comfort of your own home. There are no membership fees, credit card fees or location surcharges - just book what you need and pay for what you book.

You’re never too far from a KINTO.

You’ll have access to a range of vehicles from selected Toyota dealerships, on-street and off-street locations - some available 24/7.

Only pay for what you need.

Hire by the hour or day, week, month, all the way up a year. All bookings include fuel, insurance (excess applies) and 24/7 roadside assist.

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One app to rule them all.

You can manage your booking from the app on your smartphone - and it's even your car key. Complete vehicle inspections using the app and enjoy full digital self-service car hire.

As simple as tap and drive, we save your time – and your money. Simply download the app and choose the option that works for you.

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1. Do I require an Australian driving licence to hire a car in Bendigo?

For hiring cars in Bendigo, international drivers are welcome. You only need to possess a valid and unrestricted driver's licence from your home country. If your licence is in a language other than English, a formal translation is necessary.

2. What is the pricing structure for borrowing a car through KINTO car hire?

The pricing for KINTO car hire differs slightly from traditional car hire companies. When you borrow a car with KINTO, you are charged based on the duration of your usage, the distance you travel, plus any extras.

3. Where can I pick up a hire car in Bendigo?

KINTO car rental offers access to a wide range of cars located throughout Bendigo, parked on streets and in car parks. It is likely that a car may be available within a short walking distance from your residence.

4. How does the pricing system work with KINTO car hire in Bendigo?

KINTO has no membership fees. When booking a vehicle, you will be charged a Duration Fee (hourly or daily fee) and a Distance Fee (charge per kilometre driven). The overall costs will vary depending on how long the car is booked for and the distance travelled.

5. Can I return the hire vehicle to a different location from where I collected it?

No, it is necessary to hire the vehicle to the same location from which it was initially collected.

What to do in Bendigo

Bendigo Art Gallery

Bendigo Art Gallery is one of the oldest and biggest regional galleries in Australia. The gallery showcases an impressive collection of art and is a wonderful location to spend time browsing art in the exhibitions. Check out what events are on to see the upcoming exhibitions or special events hosted by the gallery. Past events have included guided tours through the gallery and sharing knowledge of art. When you've had your fill of art, head to the gallery cafe for a hot coffee and something tasty to eat.

The Zone Fun Park

Looking for something fun to do? Don't look past The Zone Fun Park. There are so many different activities to choose from. Starting with the Dodgem Cars, speed around the arena dodging and bumping into friends as you go. Pop over to the mini golf, where you can putt your way through the course and compete to win among friends. Immerse yourself in the world of games at Hologate, a VR gaming experience that has multiple games to choose from. Skate Zone is a roller skating arena with disco lights, music and fun games to play. There's also Laser Zone, where you can enjoy a 60-minute laser tag session in the multi-level arena. Lastly, there's Kart Zone, where you can race around the track in a lightning-fast Go-kart.

Bendigo Joss House Temple

The Bendigo Joss House Temple was one of seven temples built around the Bendigo area for the growing Chinese population during the Gold Rush era. Today, this is a heritage-listed temple where visitors can come and learn about Chinese beliefs and the history of those who came to Bendigo in search of gold. The Bendigo Joss House Temple was painted red to symbolise happiness, vitality and strength. Visit to learn more about this rich part of Bendigo's cultural history.

Vintage Talking Tram Tour

Step onto a vintage tram and take a tour of Bendigo. This incredible guided tour of Bendigo will explore all the landmarks and monuments the town has to offer and teach visitors about the history of Bendigo. Each guided tour runs for an hour, and you will be taken across town and shown parks, attractions and more. If you're after something a little different, the same company runs Groove Tram and Blues Tram, where you can board and listen to live music and enjoy a few drinks aboard a restored vintage tram.

Explore Rosalind Park

Set across 60 acres of beautiful gardens is Rosalind Park, a family favourite with open grassy areas, playgrounds, cascades, gorgeous old trees and a stunning annual tulip display. Pack a picnic to enjoy with a stunning backdrop of the gardens. When you're done, stroll along the paths to visit the old historic conservatory, Poppet Head Lookout Tower, which you can walk up to and glimpse a look over the town. But that's not all, there are a range of gardens within Rosalind Park that are worth visiting also, these include the Chinese Gardens and Lansell Gardens, which has a rare Chilean Wine Palm.

Lake Eppalock

If you love outdoor activities and adventure, then spend the day at Lake Eppalock. Located an hour's drive from Bendigo, Lake Eppalock is a beautiful area for a day of fun with the family. There is a boat ramp on site, and visitors can participate in water activities, including waterskiing, boating, swimming, kayaking, and of course, fishing. Oh, and if you're eager to taste your catch, there are on-site BBQs where you can cook and enjoy your bounty. Take a tour exploring the lake from the water; it is truly a beautiful, serene place. But, if you don't want to get wet, go for a walk around the lake's perimeter and pack a picnic with you. Lake Eppalock is a lovely spot to be in nature.

Central Deborah Gold Mine

Get down and dirty in the mines. Take an underground tour where you can experience what gold mining was like for miners during the Gold Rush. 929 kgs of gold was unearthed at the Central Deborah Gold mine, and you can see exactly what it was like for miners fishing this out with the equipment they used at the time. Your ticket also includes access to explore the surface of the mines, where you can see the equipment used and the original buildings used during the gold mining days.

Bendigo Pottery

Visit Australia's oldest working pottery, established in the 1850s. Today it is home to handmade pottery you can shop, make, and decorate. Bendigo Pottery offers classes where you can learn to make pottery on the wheel, fire it and bring it home. Additionally, there are classes to decorate your choice of pottery, paint it how you like and glaze it. There is also the Bendigo Pottery Interpretive Museum, where you can learn about the factory's history, see the equipment used and learn about the process of making pottery.

Bendigo Botanic Gardens

Did you know the Bendigo Botanical Gardens are almost as old as the town of Bendigo itself? That's right. The Botanic Gardens has been around for quite a long time and is rich in history. Get out in the sunshine and wander through the beautiful garden landscapes. Take time to visit the lagoon and see all the Australian Indigenous plants, smell the flowers in the gorgeous planted flower beds and walk through the aviary to see the parrots. The Bendigo Botanical Gardens is a gorgeous place to be in nature and soak up the sunshine.

The Golden Dragon Museum

The Chinese community has shaped Bendigo into the unique town that it is. Visit the Golden Dragon Museum to learn about the Chinese community's history, arts and culture. The museum itself is a colourful collection of textiles, dragons, art and other interesting relics. There are also the Yi Yuan Gardens that take inspiration from the Imperial Palace in Beijing and a Buddhist Temple dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy Guan Yin. There is plenty to see and learn about at the Golden Dragon Museum, and be sure to check out the restaurant for a delicious meal and the gift shop for something special to bring home.

Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.