Situated on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, Gisborne is renowned for its wineries and beaches. Kick start your next adventure with low rates on local car rental by comparing with VroomVroomVroom.
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|Car Rental Brands||Thrifty|
If you’re arriving in Gisborne by plane, you also have the option of collecting your rental car directly from Gisborne Airport (GIS). We work with four rental brands that service the airport, ensuring you get the best rates available and a vehicle that suits your needs.
Car Rental Depot in Gisborne
We compare rates from this local depot for rental cars right out of Gisborne:
387 Childers Road, Gisborne 4010
Yes, but you may be charged a one-way fee by our car rental partner. We will include the additional charge in the rates we compare for you.
It’s a three-minute drive from Gisborne Airport to the heart of Gisborne via Chalmers Road.
It takes just under five hours via State Highway 2 to drive from Hamilton to Gisborne.
This city boasts of being one of the first in the world to watch the sun rise everyday. We all know that the sun rises in the east, right? You can find Gisborne on the east coast of the Eastland region and it's one of the brightest and cheeriest places in the country.
Address: 10 Stout St, Gisborne 4010
Your next destination has to be Tairawhiti Museum because it's one of New Zealand's best! The museum and gallery offer Kiwi contemporary art exhibitions. It's a brilliant place to get a taste of New Zealand's culture, heritage and history.
Address: 2392 Wharekopae Rd, Gisborne 4072
After a 30-minute drive through vineyards and farmland you'll have to make a stop at Eastwoodhill, New Zealand's National Arboretum. This stunning collection of plant life covers 135 hectares and pulls in 8,000 visitors from across the globe each year.
Address: Kaiti Beach Road, Inner Kaiti, Gisborne 4010
Captain Cook's Landing Site commemorates the first Europeans arriving in New Zealand. There stand granite monuments of Captain James Cook and Nicholas Young, members of the crew that first sighted this land.