The riverside town of Whakatāne is situated in the eastern Bay of Plenty region on New Zealand’s North Island. Find the best available rates on car rental in the area with VroomVroomVroom.
|Vehicle Classes||Economy, Compact, Van, SUV, Recreational|
|Number of Depots||1|
|Car Rental Brands||Hertz|
Have a car waiting from the moment you touch ground by hiring through one of our airport rental partners. We work with Hertz that service Whakatāne Airport (WHK), offering a good selection of vehicles at great rates that we compare for you.
We compare rates from this local depot for rental cars right out of Whakatāne:
72 McAlister Street, Whakatāne 3120
Prices vary depending on vehicle type, time of year, and booking duration. To check current rental rates in Whakatāne, use our price comparison tool.
The highest-rated rental car in Whakatāne is Toyota Corolla or similar based on recent ratings by our customers.
'Make your summer last longer' is the Whakatāne's slogan, as it leads New Zealand in sunshine hours. Here are some of our favourite experiences in and around Whakatāne:
Address: 15 The Strand, Whakatane 3020
What better way to boast about your travel experiences than with the story of how you risked your life to explore the inner crater of New Zealand's only active marine volcano! Don't worry, Moutohora have been doing this for over 21 years, offering a unique experience to get up close and personal with the hot rock. The tour comprises 6 hours of insightful ecological adventure fun, making it worth every cent.
Address: 96 The Strand, Whakatane 3120
Enjoy 3-4 hours of swimming with the dolphins and other sea animals such as seals, gannets, penguins, albatross, whales and all sorts of fish species. If you'd prefer to stay dry, enjoy watching the whales and dolphins from the boat. Another option is a tour of the Moutohora Island Wildlife Sanctuary to learn about the 23 years of personal involvement and scientific research of this conservation project.
Address: River Road, Minginui 3079
Whakatāne is not just beach and coast. It is also an access point to some of the North Island's most stunning mature forests. The Whirinaki Forest Park is a one hour, forty five minute drive from Whakatane. It features high numbers of rare native birds, walking and mountain bike tracks, accommodation huts and campgrounds.