24 September 2008

Help for Sydney travellers

If you plan to go to Sydney (to find Nemo, to go skiing or just to visit Oz) it’s good to know that you can have a more enjoyable stay. Once you’ve landed you can look for Sydney Minibus Hire which is 20 minutes away from Sydney Airport (you can find a detailed map on their website). However, the wiser option is to pre-arrange with the company to pick you up at the airport for free.

The company – formerly known as Southern Minibus Hire - has been doing business for 25 years and even if their fleet shown on the website is not impressive, they can professionally deal with your family, children, luggage and mother-in-law. Their customers usually are companies, sporting groups, universities, colleges, church groups and families. The minibuses are self-drive bus hires, all you need to have is a Standard Driver’s Licence for the smaller models. For 21 Seater Minibus you need NSW LR Driver’s Licence (or equivalent) . But don’t worry, they can also provide a bus driver at a daily rate.

They seem to value more quality than quantity that is why their fleet includes the latest equipped for a comfortable ride. They also promise to save you money, having the best rates in Sydney.

The website also recommends some interesting things to see around Sydney once you have the minibus: Pebbly Beach, Jenolan Caves, Hunter Valley and more.

The travellers to Australia are also offered a Snow Hire: if they want to go skiing to one of the famous Australia’s resorts, the ideal solution if to hire a minibus. This service also includes luggage trailer for all baggage and equipment, snow chains, discount ski and clothing hire and unlimited kilometres. They recommend 2 ski resorts on the website: Perisher Blue and Falls Creek. The ski season begins in June and ends in October.

If that suits you and if you want to hire a minibus (not a car), then Sydney Minibus Hire is for you.