Car Rental Wellington
Wellington Car Rental
Wellington car hire booking tips for you to consider:With a number of locations for pick up, VroomVroomVroom will not only help you book a car rental in Wellington, but also in over 30 locations throughout New Zealand. You can even choose to collect a cheap hire car from the Wellington Airport. Having your own transport in Wellington will allow you to view the city from every angle. Here are some other bonuses for booking a Wellington car rental with VroomVroomVroom -
Book with the major suppliers - Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty and enjoy the ability to compare and book hire cars from the diverse fleets on offer.
Book in Advance when you plan to go to New Zealand or are planning to hire a car. Make sure you book well in advance to secure the best deal available for your time period. As they say, the early bird catches the worm.
No Cancellation Fees = Stress free booking - We also offer the option to cancel your rental car booking at anytime with no fees. We know that life can sometimes throw you a curve ball and plans may need to change. So don't stress, VroomVroomVroom will not charge you for your car rental booking in Wellington if you find a need to cancel your reservation.
Your guide to exporing New Zealands Capital
Being the nation's capital, there are tons of things for you to enjoy and explore, and by having a hire car, you get to experience them with complete convenience and freedom. But where would you start? Check out our travel guide to wellington things to do, places to stay and eat below.
Things to Do | Places to Stay | Places to Eat
THINGS TO DO
Address: 200 Daniell St,Newtown, Wellington
The title speaks for itself. Expect to be one with nature as you stroll through the zoo viewing many exotic and endangered animals. It is a great day out for young and old and with ample parking available, you'll have plenty of time to spare for exactly that!
Hours: 9.30am–5.00pm (last entry 4.15pm) Every day except Xmas Day
Te Papa Museum
Address: 55 Cable St, Wellington
Crowned the world leader in interactive and visitor-focused displays, the nations museum takes you on a journey through history, art and science. Apart from having to pay for parking if you drive to the museum, you won't have to pay an admission fee. But you may have to pay for some unique activities & exhibitions.
Hours: 10am-6pm & 10am-9pm on Thursdays everyday
Cuba Street District
Address: Cuba St, Te Aro, Wellington
Cuba Street is THE place to be if you have an adventurous pallet. With the two most recent winners of the Cuisine New Zealand Restaurant of the Year Supreme Award, it is a foodie's dream come true. It is also arguably the coolest street in New Zealand, being the creative heart of Wellington. With its boutique shops and Bohemian feel, it attracts emerging artists, creatives, and coffee addicts alike.
The Weta Cave
Address: 1 Weka St, Miramar, Wellington
After the great success of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it would be a travesty for Lord of the Rings fans to visit Wellington and not see where all the 'magic' happens. With a trove of different film paraphernalia related to the vast collection of movies that Weta workshops have worked on, it would be a shame to miss out on this piece of cinematic gold.
Hours: 9am-5.30pm 7days
Address: 101 Wakefield St, Wellington
Located in Civic Square is a must see for those art lovers visiting Wellington city. With a constant stream of new exhibitions and local artist's work, it really is a local source of pride and expression that simply cannot be missed. Parking your car at one of the many car parks around the city will also give you the opportunity to walk up Cuba Street to the Bowen Galleries or Enjoy Art Gallery.
PLACES TO STAY
Museum Art Hotel
Address: 90 Cable Street, Wellington
Recipient of Tripadvisors-Certificate of Excellence 2014 and featured in Freckle magazine, This accommodation offers a hotel experience unlike any other. From its somber black exterior with street-side brass sculpture to its invigorating interior, you will be taken on a journey through the mind of artist.
8 Halswell St Thorndon, Wellington
Want somewhere to stay that's classy and won't break the bank? Then Wellingtons finest hostel is for you.
With modern kitchen and bathroom facilities, spacious, clean rooms and friendly staff; you'l feel right at home.
Check out a range of Wellington accommodation on Wotif.co.nz to compare and book hotels in Wellington on Wotif.co.nz
PLACES TO EAT
Ortega Fish Shack
Address: 16 Majoribanks St, Wellington
Ranked #1 of 636 Restaurants in Wellington, recipient of Tripadvisors-Certificate of Excellence 2014 and Awarded One Hat - NZ Good Food Awards 2014 "Cuisine Magazine", this fresh New Zealand seafood cuisine experience is a once in a life time opportunity that won't disappoint.
Hours: 5.30pm til late, Tue-Sat
For reservations call: 04 382 9559
The White House Restaurant
Address: 232 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay, Wellington
Consistently one of the top ranking restaurants in the city, has been in smooth operation for over 20 years. This fine dining restaurant set on the waterfront of Oriental bay offers not only the finest view over the harbour, but also a menu rich in fresh local ingredients and elegance.
Annual events to see or experience while staying or passing by Wellington
After every New Year in Wellington, thousands of Wellingtonians attend the waterfront, parks and gardens to take part in the popular events and free concerts that last for about 3 months.
Lux Light Festival
An annual outdoor exhibition of spectacular displays of art and design from around the world, using light and the latest lighting technologies. This free event turns Wellington's waterfront and laneways into a captivating celebration of light, art, technology and design.
Say goodbye to winter by indulging in the beautiful array of colours and fragrances of spring flowers at Wellington Botanic Garden. This free event will set your heart a flutter, so don't miss out.