Keyless Entry Car Rental in Darwin

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

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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 Rental in Darwin

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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1. Do I require an Australian driving licence to rent a car in Darwin?

For renting cars in Darwin, 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 Darwin?

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

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 Darwin

Explore Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is a breathtaking natural landscape filled with stunning waterfalls, pools, vegetation, gorgeous landscapes, rich culture, and history. Kakadu is dual listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List for both its cultural and natural significance. The archeological sites and Indigenous rock art are records of the way of life and creation stories of Indigenous Australians. Immerse yourself in the abundance of nature and culture. See the rock art for yourself, take one of the many walks with stunning views, visit the pools and waterfalls, fish sustainably, boat, or join one of the seasonal guided activities like learning about the Kakadu people, language and stories, or the crocs that live in Kakadu National Park.

Crocosaurus Cove

Come face to face with an apex predator at Crocosaurus Cove. Located in the heart of Darwin, the Cage of Death is the only experience in Australia where you can dive with a crocodile. While submerged in the water with the saltwater croc, you will see up close how strong these majestic creatures are and the sheer force of what a bite can do, with feeding taking place throughout the experience. Make sure to check out the Reptile House and try your hand at feeding the juvenile crocodiles too.

Visit the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Check out the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory for a fascinating day of learning and culture. Explore the insightful exhibitions, including Megafauna Central, about the megafauna that roamed Australia over 8 million years ago. Or see the Natural History Gallery with meteorite fragments, fossils and interpretive displays. Be sure to check out the range of audio tours and see what tours, talks, or workshops are on offer.

Check out Mindil Beach Sunset Market

Operating throughout Darwin's dry season, the Mindil Beach Sunset Market is the perfect place for a fun night out. With over 200 specialty stores, food vendors, live performers and entertainment, you're sure to have a great time browsing the local arts and crafts, tasting your way through the market with delicious eats, and enjoying the live performances all against the stunning sunset backdrop of the beach.

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

Start with the Visitor and Events Centre, which includes an interpretive centre to learn about the gardens and their history. From here, explore the garden, walk through the rainforest and see the waterfall. Visit the sensory garden to see the many types of butterflies, see the boab trees in the Africa Madagascar garden and the other beautiful flower displays and plants within the gardens. You may even see the Rufous Owl in the rainforest or other wildlife if you're lucky.

Deckchair Cinema

Sit back, relax and enjoy a movie under the stars at the Deckchair Cinema. Running throughout the dry season, the Deckchair Cinema is a unique experience where you can see the sunset views over the harbour while you watch a screening of a family favourite, an Australian flick or a foreign movie. Enjoy a selection of cuisines for dinner or as a snack while you watch and grab something to sip at the licenced kiosk. This is a movie experience like no other.

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield National Park is a must if you're in Darwin. Known as a local favourite, the national park is not short of gorgeous waterfalls, including Florence Falls, the Cascades and Tolmer Falls. Bring your bathers and swim in the natural pools, walk one of the many tracks, take in the incredible landscapes, and see the iconic termite mounds. Pack a picnic and enjoy it amongst the stunning Northern Territory backdrops.

Darwin Waterfront Precinct

There's plenty to do down at the Darwin Waterfront Precinct. Swim in a safe environment at the man-made saltwater beach, which is regularly patrolled for any marine life or enjoy the waves a the Wave Lagoon, which cycles through 10 varying wave patterns, including gentle waves for children or waves of up to 1.2 metres for boogie boarders. If that's not your speed, play a game of basketball on the courts or beach volleyball. When you're done, enjoy some retail therapy in the stores and grab a bite to eat at one of the delicious cafes and restaurants.

Darwin Aviation Museum

If you're an aviation enthusiast, this museum is for you. Spend time exploring the museum and the preserved artefacts and incredible planes. Visit the Legendary B52 that was built during the cold war era or the F-111C Strike Fighter that flew 44 combat missions, to name a few. There is also recorded footage of the bombing of Darwin that can be seen. Throughout 25 years of operation and collecting of aviation artefacts and war relics, the Darwin Aviation Museum is now home to one of Australia's largest collections of aircraft and aviation artefacts.

Darwin Fishing Charters

If you're interested in fishing, then you're in for a treat. Choose from a huge range of fishing experiences and spend a half-day or full-day fishing in the waters of Darwin. Fish with a guide, and if you're learning, they can help teach you the ropes from hooking bait to reeling in a fish. Make sure to do your research and see which tour is best for you and your needs.

Berry Springs Nature Park

Renowned for its stunning crystal clear waters, Berry Springs is a beautiful location to escape the heat, see the native flora, take a picnic lunch, and walk through the trails to see the beautiful landscapes. Swim in the natural pools, and spot the wildlife in the park and the many species of birds in the area. Additionally, the park holds World War 2 historical ruins that can be visited. These have been left behind after armed forces used Berry Springs as a rest and recreation camp for 100,000 personnel.

Go on an Outdoor Adventure

From fishing in the waters of Darwin, swimming in crystal clear natural pools, hiking or mountain biking through vast bushland, helicopter rides over the Darwin landscapes, scenic river cruises, kayaking on gorgeous waterways, sleeping under the stars and camping in the great outdoors there is something for all adventure seekers in Darwin.

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