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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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.
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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.
Rent 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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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 rental.
Visit The Gap and Natural Bridge
This natural bridge is located within Torndirrup National Park and is a marvel to see. The captivating Southern Ocean views and jagged coastline are only part of the beauty of this location. Walk along the path to the lookout, which juts out over the cliff edge and peer over the railing to see The Gap. Depending on the sea conditions, which change from day to day, you may either look over the ledge and see calm swaying waters or roaring waves and huge sprays of water reaching the platform. The Natural Bridge is a rock formation that extends out to create a bridge between rocks and is a wonder to see. Pack your camera and a raincoat just in case you come on a day when the sea spray is at its peak.
Torndirrup National Park
Torndirrup National Park is a natural oasis of breathtaking landscapes and stunning scenery. There are multiple natural wonders located within the park that are marvellous to witness, including The Gap and Natural Bridge. In addition to this, there are many other attractions worth seeing within the park. These include the blowholes, where sprays of seawater surge up through the rocks, Stony Hill and Peak Head, where you can see wildflowers and interesting rock formations while you hike to the highest point of the park, Jimmy Newells, a lookout over beautiful turquoise waters and also Salmon Holes a stunning beach with fantastic views from the lookout. These are only a few of the attractions to see in the park. While in Torndirrup National Park, there are a range of activities you can participate in, like hiking, walking, surfing in the beautiful oceans and fishing as well.
Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum
Explore the grounds of the Princess Royal Fortress and step back in time to see what it was like to aid in protecting the Australian shores during the war. While here, you can visit the original gun batteries, see the sizeable coastal gun defences used, and visit the barracks where army officers lived and worked during the war. In addition to the fortress, The National Anzac Centre is on the premises too. The centre is home to the museum, which holds fascinating artefacts, memorabilia, information about the war and stories of those who served. When visiting the museum, you can pick the identity of an actual service man or woman that served and follow their journey through the Great War. While you wander through, you can learn their story and experience and, at the end, see if they made it home.
Albany and the surrounding areas have an abundance of areas that are perfect for fishing. Grab your rod and wake up bright and early to fish in the area. Some of the hotspots include Emu Point Channel for Herring, King George Whiting, or Bream. Head to the Town Jetty for Herring, Whiting and Squid. Ellen Cove Jetty for easy fishing with your kids. Or Salmon Holes for Salmon, Herring, Skippy and Squid. There are so many spots to go out fishing on land, but if you are able to organise a boat, head out on the waters to catch some deeper sea fish.
Throughout June till October, Albany is a terrific location to spot whales that are migrating along the coastlines. Some of the best spots to see these magnificent creatures from land are the Ellen Cove Boardwalk, Discovery Bay, Marine Drive Lookouts, Bald Head, Gull Rock and Middleton Beach. Be sure to pack your glasses and your binoculars so you can see these gorgeous animals swimming, jumping and making their way along the rugged coast. There are many species of whales that migrate along these coastlines, providing ample opportunities to spot them and making this a spectacular natural occurrence that you won’t want to miss.
Spend the day hopping from beach to beach around Albany. There’s no better way to spend a hot day than lounging in the sun, listening to the waves crash against the shore while you read a book on the beach. Or swimming in the sparkling blue waters, surfing the waves, paddleboarding, snorkelling, and seeing what lies beneath the water. Fortunately, visitors can see a range of gorgeous beaches around Albany. These include Little Beach, a stunning stretch of white sands with aqua-blue waters perfect for swimming. Emu Point Beach is ideal for families and children due to the clear, calm waters and grassy areas. Middleton Beach is a picturesque beach with white sand and clear water. It is an excellent spot for water sports like swimming, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and windsurfing. These are only a few of the many beaches around Albany, so pack your beach bag and sunscreen and get ready for a great day.
Explore Albany and its surrounding areas on your bike. There are many trails through the area that are ideal for discovering picturesque scenery and getting to know the location. Of the network of trails, there are rides suitable for all skill levels, some of which include stops along the way to spend time at the beach as well as enjoy the gorgeous views that are iconic to Albany. What are you waiting for? Jump on your bike and get ready to be rewarded with lovely scenery and sea breezes.
Albany Wind Farm
Visit Albany Wind Farm to see the giant wind turbines that line the coast. These turbines are in place to generate clean, green electricity for Albany. The wind turbines are an interesting landmark and an integral part of Albany’s environmental efforts. Take the coastal walk close to the cliff edge and see just how big these machines really are. The Albany Wind Farm is based in a beautiful location, and while walking along the farm, you’ll see lovely views of the seas and the jagged coastlines. Be sure to bring your camera to snap photos of these impressive turbines against the ocean and cliff edge backdrop.
Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.