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.
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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.
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.
Stop by Brighton Beach
Start your visit to Brighton right with a trip to Brighton Beach. This beautiful stretch of golden sand is home to the iconic Brighton Bathing Boxes, a row of vibrant Victorian-era beach huts that have become a popular attraction over the years. Stroll along the beach and snap some pictures in front of the colourful boxes before heading into the cool waters for a swim, paddle board or surf. After your dip, laze on the sand with a book and soak in the sun to dry off. Brighton Beach is a beautiful destination to spend any warm day with friends and family.
Take a Coastal Walk
When the sun is out and shining, don't waste the day inside; instead, get your walking shoes on and get outside. The Brighton area has a variety of wonderful walking tracks to explore, but if you're looking for a coastal backdrop and want to breathe in the salty breeze, then the Brighton Beach to St Kilda Beach return walk is what you're searching for. The walk itself is approximately 6.4 km each way and is a fantastic way to get your steps in for the day with a gorgeous view of the ocean. This walk will take you past Middle Brighton Pier and Elwood Beach on your way to St Kilda, so you can see more of the surrounding areas as you go. And there are multiple cafes along the path to stop in for a bite to eat and a barista-made coffee.
Church Street Shopping
Get ready for some excellent retail therapy on Church Street in Brighton. Along this strip of retail stores, you'll find a delightful blend of everything from boutique shops to great entertainment, homewares, relaxation, trendy cafes, and more. This is a one-stop location jam-packed with just about everything you need. Located in the heart of Brighton, Church Street is the bustling centre, inviting visitors to explore its depths and lose themselves in the charming atmosphere. While strolling the street find something special to bring home and when you've shopped till you drop, stop into one of the many cafes or restaurants for a mouth-watering lunch before finishing off the day with a beauty treatment at a salon.
Catch a Movie
Grab your favourite person and head to the Palace Brighton Bay Cinema for a date night in front of the big screen. The Palace Brighton Bay Cinema shows the best local and international art-house films and is loved by movie buffs and viewers keen on expanding their horizons. The cinema has a stylish bar to relax in before the film, with a set of premium beers, wines and barista-made quality coffee, as well as snacks for you to enjoy with your flick. This cinema offers a unique movie experience for a special date night or casual viewing for cine-files and movie enthusiasts who want something more than the traditional mainstream cinemas offer.
Rippon Lea Estate
A short 10-minute drive outside Brighton will get you to Rippon Lea Estate, a beautiful heritage-listed house and gardens that was the family home to some of the most influential people in Victoria. The Sargood family lived within the Rippon Lea Estate for years before it was eventually gifted to the nation and opened to the public. Now, visitors can learn the history of those who lived here in the home and see the gorgeous estate in all its glory. Today, you can visit this grand home on a guided tour, explore its rooms and parlours as well as tour the gardens, which even have a huge lake. Rippon Lea Estate hosts many events throughout the year, including high tea, markets, croquet, bird watching and much more.
Bike Ride Brighton
Spend the day in the fresh air on a bike ride around Brighton and the surrounding suburbs. The Brighton area has a range of paths and tracks that are perfect for cycling and exploring. Bring your bike or easily hire one and pick from one of the terrific bike rides in the area. A short drive towards the city will get you to the Capital City Trail, a 29 km ride that passes Dight Falls and The Collingwood Children's Farm for a mostly flat ride. Or if you're after a ride that is local to Brighton, there is the Bay Trail, which takes riders from Brighton to Port Melbourne in a 26 km return ride. This is a picturesque ride that follows the coastline of Port Phillip Bay along the waters to Port Melbourne and is relatively flat. It's a family-friendly ride, with multiple entrances along the path to start later along the track.
Step into the relaxed coastal atmosphere with a yoga class. Join a group yoga class in Brighton and feel your stress melt away as you stretch and meditate. Listen to the relaxing music and let your mind drift away as you follow your instructor through the set of exercises designed to improve flexibility and balance and work on your spirit. Yoga classes are great for everyone, from beginners to experienced yogis, to get your body moving and calm the mind. Brighton has a variety of yoga studios dotted around, so book into a class near you.
Go to a Market
Brighton is home to some fantastic markets worth visiting if you're staying in the area. Some of the highlights are The Brighton Farmers Market, which runs every third Saturday of the month, starting bright and early. At these markets, you will find a huge range of fresh produce, including seasonal fruits and vegetables from local growers, cheeses, oils, honey, preserves, meats and other pantry and gourmet food goods. You'll easily pick up a range of good quality ingredients to create delicious meals at home. Additionally, there is the Soul Night Market, which runs from the first day of each month from December to March. This market is perfect for eating, drinking and shopping, with over 60 stalls, including boutique fashion stalls, local craft beer, wine, cocktails, delicious food, art and accessories.
Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.