Car Rental Dunedin
Explore the Otgao region with car rental in Dunedin
Positioned in the lower South Island, Otago is one of the most diverse regions of New Zealand, encompassing vast open plains, majestic mountain ranges, lush native forests and spectacular lakes and rivers. With an international airport and the most southerly cruise ship post, Dunedin is a popular starting point for exploring the Otago region and getting around is easy by rental car.
USAVE’s Dunedin car rental service offers one of the most enjoyable ways to see the city and Otago region, allowing you to set your own schedule and make the most of your time here. From small rental cars to 4 wheel drives, people carriers to minivans, we’ve got an extensive range of hire vehicles to suit all budgets and requirements.
With so much to do in the region, make your first stop our centrally located Dunedin car rentals office to pick up a great deal on car rental, then relax and explore the rest of Dunedin and the lower South Island in comfort.
Some of the best ski fields in New Zealand are located a few hours drive from Dunedin, so head for Wanaka and enjoy the pristine slopes of Treble Cone and Cardrona.
If you’re visiting Otago outside the ski season and long for adventure, head to Queenstown, New Zealand’s adventure capital and home of the world’s first bungy jump. Located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, there are plenty of adrenaline-pumping activities available such as jet boating, river surfing, canyoning, abseiling and parapenting.
If relaxing is more your thing, Onsen Hot Pools at Arthur’s Point, Queenstown, are the perfect way to unwind after a long road trip. Take in the fresh mountain air and spectacular scenery as you relax in your private hot pool.
Central Otago is gaining an international reputation for excellent wine making, producing world-class Pinot Noir. Hit the Central Otago wine trail to experience wine tasting and fantastic local food in stunning vineyard settings.
If you love nature and want to get off the beaten track, visit the Catlins in South Otago and journey through native rainforest, explore dramatic coastline and remote beaches, and discover spectacular waterfalls. This area is unspoilt and remote, but there’s plenty to keep you occupied, with walking tracks, wildlife tours, surfing, fishing and a nine-hole golf course.