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  • Airport Code: BNE
  • Country: Australia
  • Nearest City: Brisbane
  • Timezone: UTC +10
  • Official Website: http://www.bne.com.au/
  • Address: 11 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport Queensland 4008
  • Coordinates: -27.40303 , 153.10905
  • Distance to City: 19km
  • Terminals: 2
  • Airport Phone: 61 7 3406 3000
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Car Hire Brisbane International Airport

Pick up your rental car at Brisbane Airport, and you're 13km northeast of Brisbane city centre, a unique Australian city that is really beginning to hit its stride. Brisbane International Airport is Brisbane's only passenger airport and Australia's third-busiest airport - after Sydney and Melbourne. Some 26 airlines use Brisbane Airport, flying to 42 national and 28 international destinations and transporting more than 21 million passengers annually.

Car rental desks at Brisbane Airport are located on Level 2 of the International Terminal, and on Level 1 of the Domestic Terminal. Hiring a car is your best transport option from Brisbane Airport. Refer to your Nova Car Hire booking confirmation document for details of the opening hours and precise location of your car hire provider. Suppliers include Budget, Europcar, and Thrifty. A representative of the company will direct you to your hire car.

About Brisbane

Australia's third-biggest city and its fastest-growing economy, Brisbane is a city with character, due in no small part to its multilayered history and constant influx of multicultural influences. You will feel right at home in Brisbane, with its hospitable residents and a wonderful climate. Try to get here in August, when Brisbane's biggest event attracts some 400,000 visitors. Called the Ekka (slang for "exhibition), it runs for ten days and features competitions in everything from cattle to ducks, cheese to cakes, and film to music. The Ekka was established in January 1876 at the Bowen Park and retains a place in the history of Queensland for introducing the latest technology trends to Queenslanders.

Image: Brisbane skyline by Kenny Easwaran