Tour the East Coast at Your Own Pace
If you need a hire car to get around in Gisborne, VroomVroomVroom is definitely the way to go. Currently, the downtown depots are closed but you can pick up your vehicle at the Gisborne Airport. You'll have access to uncrowded surf beaches, premium vineyards and the historic city centre.
We have a wide range of rental car vehicles at the cheapest rates available. Avis, Thrifty, Europcar, Budget and Hertz are premium companies we have as partners, all available from the Gisborne Airport location.
Our process is simple: all you need to do is enter a few details into our search engine, such as your pick-up location, driver's age and dates of travel; and we will show you a list of available vehicles. As rental car rate comparison specialists, our customer service team know everything you need to know to help you find the best deals. If you have any questions, contact us by phone, email or via our live chat feature.
So for a cheaper, and easier road adventure in Gisborne, book your hire car with VroomVroomVroom.
Explore the best bits of 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.
With your rental car you can experience the ultimate summer destination in New Zealand. Wake up early and be the first in the world to welcome the first dawn of the New Year. Gisborne hosts the Rhythm & Vines Festival which is held over three days. A popular place to spend New Years Eve, you may just sit in your rental car and watch the rising of the New Year's sun across the vines while sipping a glass of wine and enjoying some of the world's best rock, blues, roots and dance music over four stages.
Gisborne is the perfect summer escape with some of New Zealand's best surfing beaches with white sand and perfect weather. Take a twilight horse ride and gallop along the beach as the sun sets on another perfect summer's day, there are several trek operators in the region.
Captain Cook's Landing Site
Captain Cook's Landing Site commemorates the first Europeans arrriving in New Zealand. There stand granite monuments of Captain James Cook and Nicholas Young, members of the crew that first sighted this land.
From here, you can go to Titirangi Domain, Kaiti Hill to get the best view of the white cliffs of Young Nick's head. Ride up from Ranfurly Street to stop at the various lookouts or save gas and take the walkways to enjoy the picnic places and the resident trees.
Cook Memorial Observatory
While you're still in Titirangi, you can drop by the Cook Memorial Observatory. The observatory's prominently dubbed as the most easterly observatory in the world and it's got three telescopes that are free to use, to get a closer look at the night sky.
You might want to pay it a visit during the evening. It's when the sky and the stars are at their best and most beautiful. It'll be such an experience, scoping outer space!
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, successfully holding Maori cultural festivals. It's a brilliant place to get a taste of New Zealand's culture, heritage and history.
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.
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