Hobart Car Hire

Looking for a reliable car hire in Hobart? 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 Hobart 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 Hobart.

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Hassle-free Car Hire in Hobart

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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Want to become a KINTO member and enjoy no membership fees, on-demand access to a range of reliable Toyota vehicles, no hidden fees and amazing customer service? Join KINTO. Download the app today to get started!

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

For hiring cars in Hobart, 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 Hobart?

KINTO car rental offers access to a wide range of cars located throughout Hobart, 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 Hobart?

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 Hobart

Salamanca Market

Spend the morning wandering through Salamanca Market, on Salamanca Place, a historic docks area of Hobart. The street is lined with Georgian sandstone warehouses built in the 1830s and used to store grain, wool and other imported goods. Today they have been converted into restaurants, pubs, galleries and more. Every Saturday, the Salamanca Market transforms the street into a bustling scene of live music, food, fresh produce, handmade crafts and art, with over 300 stalls to browse through.

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art)

MONA is a privately owned Art Gallery full of exciting exhibitions, but that’s not all. When you go to MONA, you can view the art, listen to the live music played daily, eat and drink at the restaurants, visit the cellar door, library, recording studio, tennis court and even stay the night. As they say, MONA was designed for exploring, so spend the day and take your time.  

Stop by the Cascade Brewery

Located beneath Mt. Wellington is the Cascade Brewery, the oldest operating brewery in Australia. Drop in to sample their delicious brew, have a bite, and book in for one of their insightful tours. Take their Historic tour to learn about the history of the brewery, or if you’re 18+, tour the brewery, which includes a tasting paddle!

Brave a Ghost tour

Are you brave enough to take on a ghost tour? Hobart has no shortage of spooky ghost tours at iconic locations around Hobart, including tours through the Willow Court Asylum, Military Gaol, and the Gaiety Theatre, to name a few. There are so many to pick from, or if you’re brave enough, attend a few.

Battery Point

The charming suburb of Battery Point is located south of the CBD. Stroll through the historic neighbourhood and take in the architecture. If you’re up for it, take the Battery Point Architectural Heritage Walk, which is worth it to see the collection of colonial buildings in the area.

Tour the Hobart Convict Penitentiary

The Hobart Convict Penitentiary processed approximately 42,000 male convicts in its time. Today you can take a guided tour of the site and visit the courts, chapel, solitary cells and gallows and learn about the rich history of the penitentiary.

Explore the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Visit the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery for a day of fun and learning. Uncover the natural and cultural history and explore the art exhibitions, Herbarium, First Peoples art and culture display, Geology and Zoology exhibitions.

Mount Wellington

If you’re a nature lover, then this one's for you. Head to Wellington Park for a range of outdoor opportunities you can take full advantage of. While at Wellington Park, you can do anything from bushwalking, hiking to rock climbing and even bring your horse to ride along some of the trails. Make your way to the summit for breathtaking views of Hobart and Surrounds.

Bruny Island

Take the ferry to Bruny Island, located just off the coast of Hobart. Spend some time taking in the stunning landscapes and beautiful beaches and explore what the island has to offer. From gorgeous walks through nature to specialty cheese, honey, beer, whiskey, cider and chocolate shops, you can taste and sip your way through the local specialties on Bruny Island.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Spend the day exploring the Port Arthur Historic site. Initially a convict settlement built in the 18th &19th centuries, this site is full of history. Take one of the many tours, including a ghost tour if you are brave and learn about the history of Port Arthur.

Richmond Village

As its name suggests, Richmond is rich in history and architecture. Home to Australia’s oldest bridge, Richmond Bridge and Australia’s oldest Gaol, Richmond Gaol. There are more than 50 additional historic buildings to visit and explore while you learn about Tasmania’s history through this quaint village. Once you’ve had your fill of history, pop over to the Coal River Valley, a bustling wine region where you can taste some quality wine and relax.

Enjoy a whiskey tasting tour

Embark on a tour of some of the internationally respected Whiskey distilleries that Hobart has to offer. Taste and meet the distillers as you learn the secrets of the distillery process and sip your way through Hobart.

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

The Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a conservation facility for wildlife, including some animals that are no longer found elsewhere in the world. These include the Tasmanian Devil, the Eastern Quoll, the Tasmanian Pademelon and the shy Tasmanian Bettong. Take a tour, see the animals, learn and get up close and personal with them. Also, the kangaroos within the sanctuary roam free and apparently love a chest scratch or two.

Farm Gate Market

You can head to the Farm Gate Market every Sunday rain hail or shine, to sample some tasty local produce. Grab yourself some freshly baked bread, locally grown seasonal produce, spirits from boutique distilleries, cakes, sourdough donuts, locally roasted coffee and hand-blended tea.

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