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There has never been a better time to explore South Australia with the new Rex Fly-drive deal with Hertz and Enterprise!

Simply book a fare to any of the destinations below to receive a $100 credit towards your car hire to explore your destination. With so much to discover, this offer won’t last long - hurry and book your fares now to fly and drive for you next holiday!


Kangaroo Island, the third largest island off the Australian mainland, is only a 30-minute flight from Adelaide. Kangaroo Island is one of the last unspoiled wonders of the world. Explore Flinders Chase National Park with the iconic sights of Remarkable Rocks and Admiral’s Arch. Visitors to Kangaroo Island can take an expert guided nature tour – one where visitors can view rare and interesting plants and creatures. While there, meet some of the local animal life including dolphins, sea lions, penguins, wallabies, goannas, koalas, and of course kangaroos. Indulge yourself in the fresh produce offered on the island including delicacies such as seafood, rock lobsters, free-range poultry, pure Ligurian bee honey, wine, olives and olive oil. Kangaroo Island is a must see for all, book your half price fare now – you won’t regret it.


Set in a unique and ancient landscape of volcanic craters, lakes, caves and mysterious underground waterways, Mt Gambier is a unique holiday destination. Mt Gambier is the perfect destination to start your exploration of the natural and cultural beauty of the Limestone Coast with it’s wineries, coastline, rivers, lakes, cave and sinkholes – with Kilsby sinkhole not to be missed! Visit Mt Gambier in November to watch the mysterious Blue Lake go from dark blue to turquoise and then return to dark blue again in March. Situated in an extinct volcanic crater, the Blue Lake exposes the crystal clear water that has filtered underground as it passes slowly beneath the city through the limestone. Also visit the magnificent sunken gardens of Mt Gambier for a unique experience.


Boasting one of the world’s largest protected natural harbours, Port Lincoln offers visitors a variety of things to see and do from adventure tours to arts and crafts to boat charters and family fun. The highlight of the town of the sparkling blue Boston Bay, stretching from the tip of Port Lincoln National Park to Point Boston and covering an area of more than 3 ½ times the size of Sydney Harbour! Thrill seekers can dive with great which sharks – from the safety of a cage, or for those looking for something a little bit less heart-pumping, visitors can swim with sealions… the puppy dogs of the sea. Port Lincoln is also known as the seafood capital of Australia – with kingfish, tuna, oysters, King George whiting, calamari, vongole, mussels and prawns being just some of the local produce you can sample whilst in the region


Whyalla is known as the place where the outback meets the sea. Winter is the perfect time to visit Whyalla with the Giant Cuttlefish gathering in the waters for mating season – making it a perfect opportunity to don a pair of flippers to see this annual spectacle. South Australia’s second largest city, Whyalla, is located on the western shores of the upper Spencer Gulf. The town offers blue skies for most of the year as well as pristine beaches and beautiful scenery. Only a few hours away from the magnificent Flinders Ranges, Whyalla is a great basis for exploring this great brown land. Also a gateway to the Eyre Peninsula and a stop over centre for the east-west traveller, Whyalla is located by the sea on the coast of the beautiful Spencer Gulf.


Often described as a 'frontier town', Coober Pedy is renowned for its fabulous opals and is located in the heart of the South Australian outback. Coober Pedy is the Aboriginal name for ‘hole in the ground’. It has modern facilities and is thoroughly switched on to the needs of tourists. The National Award winning Desert Cave is a prominent feature in Coober Pedy's main street. Coober Pedy is situated on the edge of the Stuart Range on beds of sand and siltstone 100 feet thick topped with a stony desert that is nearly treeless. In Coober Pedy, experience the rare event of staying in an underground hotel. Famous around the world for this unusual characteristic, Coober Pedy is almost an underground town. Take a guided town tour to see underground churches, homes and shops, the underground art gallery, bookshop and pottery, the Umoona Mine Museum, opal cutting demonstrations and the Opal Cave lookout.


Ceduna is a vibrant, multicultural community of around 4,000 people. Streaky Bay, Smoky Bay and Denial Bay oysters are amongst the worlds finest. Ceduna was thrust into the world spotlight in December 2002 when a total solar eclipse attracted more than 20,000 people to the town to witness an awe-inspiring phenomenon. The event was timely, accelerating Ceduna’s emergence from perceptions that the town was a sleepy truck stop on the South Australian side of the Nullarbor. Far from it, Ceduna is a vibrant and exciting town with plenty to offer visitors to the region. The country charm and community pride is as obvious as the desire to prove that Ceduna is an ideal holiday destination. Well serviced with accommodation, shopping and services, Ceduna is the focal point for exploring the pristine ocean and rugged coastline of the Great Australian Bight.

Sales period from 1201 on Friday May 7, 2021 until 2359 on Wednesday June 16, 2021 (ACST) or until sold out. Eligible travel period from May 7 2021 until June 30 2021. Book a flight to Kingscote, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Coober Pedy or Ceduna as your final destination on Rex Airlines to receive $100 off your car hire at these locations with participating partners Hertz and Enterprise. Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash. Car hire must exceed $100 for total rental.