On arrival please call 00 64 800 871 563 to arrange a shuttle for collection.
After contacting the team please make your way to the relevant collection point:
Auckland Domestic Airport: A shuttle will pick you at the shuttle collection point outside JETSTAR terminal door 7.
Auckland International Airport: A shuttle will pick you at the shuttle collection point outside terminal door 11, in front of McDonalds.
Ray Emery Drive
New Zealand driving routes
The only difficulty you’ll have in New Zealand is deciding on which route you’re going to take. There are plenty to pick from, but a good introduction is the Queenstown to Milford Sound on the South Island. This three to four-day drive is often considered one of the finest driving routes in the world. Pass by glistening lakes, lush sub-tropical forests and towering snow-capped mountains. Stop to explore the fjords by boat (or plane!) and, if you’re travelling in winter, you can hit the slopes. If you have more time, extend your New Zealand car rental and make stops to hike up the epic trails which zigzag up the mountainous terrain.
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For road trip from Auckland inspiration check out our New Zealand Travel Guide
If there’s a country that’s made for road tripping, it’s New Zealand. This epic landscape of national parks, glistening fjords and rocky coastline is indescribably beautiful. If you’re lucky enough to score a New Zealand car rental, you can have a break that’s as peaceful or action packed as you wish. Spend your days hitting the world-class surf, hiking along the mountainous parks, exploring Maori culture or simply kicking back and taking in one of the world’s only dark sky reserves. Then there’s the cities like Auckand which teem with fascinating museums, galleries and some fine eateries. Pick up your Auckland car rental from Green Motion and have the freedom to explore the country at your own pace.