estern Australia being such a large state, you will probably need a car to do your wind-surfari.
(contact details)is one car hire company that is currently providing cheap, reliable cars. They seem to have a lions share of the car rental market, and can provide a small car for about $28 / day. They do have an extra surcharge for over the busy Christmas period. They do not supply roof racks however, but these can be supplied by Surf Sail Australia.
Ace Car Rentals have a large fleet, and include vans and utes. This is an excellent organisation. You can organise your rental before your trip, and pick the car up at the airport. It is an excellent service. You need to book ahead however.
Their web page is is here.
(contact details) also has cars for hire at slightly greater prices. They have a web page at this link.
can arrange car hire with roof racks for the windsurf surfari. The car can be picked up at the airport and has unlimited kilometres. Details of Werner's business can be found here. Contact Werner directly for car hire details.
(contact details) also have vans to hire. The rates may not be as good as some of the other options, however the cars are sound, and the service good.
Another option, that will also provide accommodation, is to hire a camper-van. There are 2 and 4 wheel drive camper-vans for hire in and around Perth.
Discover West Holidays have a page that details several camper van and four wheel drive options.
The Australian Tourism Net also have a page that provides such details.
Rhino Car hire provide a service for finding cheap car hire deals throughout Australia. They deal with a number of car hire businesses and try to provide the cheapest deal for your requirements.
Here is a link to their web page.
Some other possible companies are: (nb. I have not had dealings with these companies, but provide the links in case people want to chase them up.)
Note that it can be hazardous driving in the early morning and at dusk (and probably much of the night). The country roads can have Kangaroos on them. Some of these animals are quite large, and tend to jump out in front of passing vehicles. Hitting a 'roo can really mess your day.
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