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Pipeline Bungy Bridge Queenstown, New Zealand

Car Rental in Queenstown, New Zealand

If you’re traveling to the adventure capital of New Zealand and plan to explore the nearby attractions as well as further afield, pickup a discount hire car in Queenstown and start your trip with big savings on small, med-size or a larger vehicle.

Search our website now to compare deals from top auto hire companies like Europcar, Hertz, Avis, Thrifty, and Budget.

Choose from a range of vehicles including hatches, sedans, mini vans and 4WDs in popular brands from Kia to Toyota to Ford, Mazda, Nissan and plenty more.

Queenstown and its immediate surroundings have a host of activities and attractions that draw tourists in.

You can enjoy everything from water activities and wildlife encounters to skiing in the winter.

Of course, if you pick up your car hire in Queenstown, why not make the most of your wheels and set out to really explore New Zealand?

One way car hire from Queenstown to Christchurch

A popular driving route is from Queenstown to Christchurch so you could easily collect your rental in Queenstown and drop it off once you are done exploring Christchurch.

Your journey from Queenstown to Christchurch is definitely a scenic one.  If you were to drive non-stop, it would only take you less than 6 hours.

However, it’s not just about getting from A to B but also about enjoying everything this area has to offer in between.

Start by making your way to Kawarau Gorge, home of the original bungy jump.  Next on your list would be to make your way to Dunstan Lake and the nearby Dunstan Mountains.

Cross the Ohau River and make your way towards the Mount Cook area.

This is one of the places you simply have to visit as your journey nears the finish line.  Lake Tekapo and Mount John are also spectacular sights.

Road trip from Queenstown to Auckland?

Another popular trip is to drive from Queenstown to Auckland and get a taste of the north island too.

Auckland is an amazing city in itself but it’s the trip there that will leave a lasting impact on you.

Allow at least 7 days just to travel, and a few more days so that you are free to explore.  You would most likely take the route that leads you through places like Kaikoura, Wellington, Taupo and Rotorua.

The main highlights and attractions that you can enjoy during this trip include the Waitomo Caves, Lake Taupo, Huka Falls and the Mount Cook National Park.

If you are unsure which travel option suits you best, it would be a good idea to do some research first.

Plan your journey, the sights to visit and allow some extra time to explore the unexpected along the way!

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