Clean & Reliable Car Rental in Brisbane

Looking for a reliable car rental in Brisbane? 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 rental in Brisbane 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 Brisbane.

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Hassle-free Car Rental in Brisbane

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.

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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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 rental.

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 rent a car in Brisbane?

For renting cars in Brisbane, 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 rental?

The pricing for KINTO car rental differs slightly from traditional car rental 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 rental car in Brisbane?

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

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 rental vehicle to a different location from where I collected it?

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

What to do in Brisbane

South Bank Parklands

Wander through the lovely South Bank Parklands and lush gardens, swim in the man-made beach, walk or cycle through one of the tracks or choose from one of the many delicious dining options.

Climb Story Bridge

Did you know that Story Bridge is 1 of 3 bridge climbs available around the world? Push yourself to new heights! Story Bridge is one of Brisbane's most iconic structures. Experience Brisbane from a unique point of view and take in the dramatic views of the city and surrounds.

Queensland Museum

Uncover history, learn and discover when you come to the Queensland Museum. Bring the kids to SparkLab for an interactive science, technology, engineering and maths experience and engage in the exhibitions. Be sure to check out their website to see new and upcoming events you can participate in.

Visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

The world's first and largest Koala sanctuary! Interact with cute Koalas and other animals. There are photo opportunities, a Koala discovery tour, or various up-close encounters, including an owl and platypus encounter.

Explore the City Botanic Gardens

Located in the heart of Brisbane is the City Botanic Gardens. Take a stroll through the lush garden landscapes. A few of the most notable attractions include the Bamboo Grove, the stunning Weeping Fig Avenue, Riverstage, and ornamental ponds. Immerse yourself in the beautiful flora, view the water features, enjoy a picnic and take in the serenity.

Take a Brisbane River Cruise

Hop on a boat and cruise along the Brisbane River while you explore Queensland's capital through its waterway. Appreciate the landmarks and the city's skyline from the water. The guided cruise will provide entertaining commentary and insightful information into the history and culture of Brisbane and the River. A Brisbane river cruise is a must for locals and visitors alike.

Visit the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)

Made up of two art galleries, the QAGOMA is home to a collection of contemporary and traditional art pieces. Explore the exhibitions, appreciate the works of art and immerse yourself in the beauty of modern and traditional art.

Fortitude Valley

Check out Fortitude Valley's diverse and colourful atmosphere, known for its nightlife, dive bars, mellow live music, trendy cocktail lounges and dining spots. Head over to Fortitude Valley for a memorable experience and to enjoy the eclectic mix of boutiques, indie record stores, art galleries and more.

Mt Coot-tha reserve

Mt Coot-tha has a rich history. Originally home to the Turrbal Aboriginal people, it was then used for logging, gold fossicking and as a military base. Today you can enjoy a picnic or a barbecue using the on-site facilities, or you can hike and bush walk through the 1500 hectares. Hike the Summit track to the lookout and see the stunning views of Brisbane below.

Visit New Farm Park

Spend a day relaxing at New Farm Park. This gorgeous riverside park features thriving gardens, great picnic areas and a historic rose garden. New Farm Park is one of Brisbane's oldest and largest parks and is well-loved by the community. Check out their website to see upcoming events that are being held at the park.

Journey through Bulimba

Accessible via the ferry from the city centre, a bus or a car trip, a visit to Bulimba is a must if you're interested in historical sights in Brisbane. Bulimba is home to a number of heritage sites, such as the timber Anglican Church, Oxford Street Ferry Terminal, the Bulimba State Primary School's interwar brick buildings and the Bulimba Memorial Park. There is a Heritage Trail you can follow, which showcases the rich history of Bulimba. While you're there, enjoy some shopping from the boutique stores or a coffee from one of the many cafes.  

Explore the universe at the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium

One of the best attractions at the planetarium is the Cosmic Skydome, a 12.5-metre projection dome where you can watch a show and presentation by an astronomer. The show includes a tour of Brisbane's night sky, which is a wonder to behold. Additionally, there is an observatory and a Sundial courtyard to explore.

Kangaroo Point Cliffs

Walk or cycle through Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park. These ancient cliffs are a natural beauty and a popular spot for climbers and abseilers. Once atop the magnificent cliffs, you are rewarded with beautiful panoramic views of the city skyline.

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