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|Hertz Queenstown Downtown|
1-7 Earl St, St Peters Close
Queenstown, SI. 9371
68-70 Stanley Street
Queenstown, SI. 9197
|Avis Queenstown Downtown|
68-70 Stanley Street
Queenstown, SI. 9300
1 Shotover Street
Queenstown, SI. 9300
Discovering Queenstown in a Car Hire is Spectacular
Great tips for you when booking a Queenstown Hire Car
Did you know that you can choose to collect a hire car from the city depots or the airport location. You can also choose to collect a hire car from another New Zealand location to drive to Queenstown. Whatever option you choose, VroomVroomVroom can help you. We even have access to Queenstown car hire from the Airport.
Here are some great reasons why you should book your next hire car for Queenstown with VroomVroomVroom.
Save time and money - Our booking system is awesome and links to the major car rental suppliers in Queenstown. So when you search with us, you will get the best deals available from Avis, Budget Europcar, Thrifty and Hertz.
Explore Queenstown in style - Don't share public transport with all the other tourists, book a car hire and enjoy the freedom of driving throughout Queenstown in comfort and style.
5 Things To Do In Queenstown with a hire car for transport.
Queenstown = Extreme Sports. No matter what the weather is like, it may be snowing or the sun may be shining, Queenstown offers visitors all year round extreme fun.
1. Winter Wonderland – visit Queenstown in winter and enjoy the snow filled activities as Queenstown offers a number of excellent snow fields to play, ski, or relax.
2. Bungee Jumping is a popular attraction and AJ Hackett brought the extreme sport to Queenstown in the 1980's. Since then there are more extreme places to Bungee in Queenstown but the original AJ Hackett Kawarau Bridge Bungy will always be the favourite.
3. Attention Swingers? Along with Bungee, Swinging is also a popular past time in Queenstown. Choose the position to swing and who you want to swing with. Ever dreamed about flying through the air, then try swinging in Queenstown. One of the world's biggest swings is also located here.
4. Sky Dive Queenstown – Capture spectacular views of Queenstown from the sky. Dive from a plane with an expert attached to your back and if you can stop yourself from screaming and open your eyes long enough, you will see Queenstown from an extreme angle.
5. If the adrenalin rush is too much, companies in Queenstown also offer fantastic tours of the local area for the more laid back visitor. There is something for everyone, from bus tours, guided walks, and jet boat tours. The locals to Queenstown pride themselves on providing tourists with wonderful memories.
Information that you may find useful about Queenstown
Located in the south west of the South Island of New Zealand, Queenstown Bay houses the city. It is part of the Otago province. As it is located towards the bottom of the South Island, the weather in summer is warm and the daylight is long. In winter it is very cold, however, the city and activities are built to accommodate the freezing weather.
Queenstown is a dream come true for anyone wanting an adrenalin rush. With so much to do in Queenstown, make sure to book a hire car to ensure you explore the city in comfort. If visiting Queenstown in winter, ensure you have snow chains booked with your hire car and also ensure you know how to attach them to the vehicle as if you cause damage to the vehicle, you may be charged extra.
Book today and have the peace of mind that once you receive your confirmation, the rate will not change.
I couldn't finish New Zealand without a story about the national “pastime” Bungy Jumping (of course I mean this with tongue firmly planted in cheek as everyone knows New Zealand is beating Australia in the Rugby Union)
David Attenborough brought footage back from the Pentecost Island of the Land Divers back in the 1950's. It was decided that this looked like fun (obviously) but having an elastic band or “Bungy” attached would make it extreme. The man responsible for people jumping of perfectly good bridges is Kiwi AJ Hackett who set up the first commercial "Bungy" in Christchurch in 1986. From there he has created an international empire. Hackett has "Bungied" from so many structures including a famous leap from the Eiffel Tower and hold the record for longest "Bungy" with 700m drop.
Head to the Kawarau Bridge in Christchurch and give it a try for yourself.
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My Favorite Place Winner March 2010: The sheer anticipation of picking up the car in Christchurch - heading down to our chilly Southern destination.The first snowflakes as we hit Tekapo, icy roads on the Lindis Pass. So far from home in Noosa. The kids are squealing with excitement, Queenstown, ski time, winter fun... HERE WE COME!
Compare and book from a range of Queenstown accommodation on Wotif.co.nz with their selection of hotels in Queenstown.
Enjoy Queenstown to its fullest with a car rental booked with VroomVroomVroom.
Queenstown/ South Island Things To Do
Some say that the South Island is a bit boring and has nothing good to offer once you're there. They couldn't be further from the truth. Not only is it gorgeous, but full of original adventures!
Everyone knows New Zealand is beautiful. But set amongst icy lakes and snow capped mountains, Queenstown in the winter is the warmest shade of cold.
Queenstown Car Rental
Winter is ski time, festival time, fun time in Queenstown as the area comes alive. Read up on Queenstown activites so you can enjoy your stay.