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Car hire Auckland
Car hire Auckland

Auckland is the biggest town on the North Island of New Zealand. The central part of Auckland is situated between two harbours. One of these is on the Pacific Ocean side and one on the Tasman Sea. Regions around Auckland contain stunning scenery which is easily reached using car hire in Auckland.

The town’s iconic symbol is the Auckland Harbour Bridge, which links Auckland to the North Shore. Auckland straddles the Auckland Volcanic Field which is dotted with inactive volcanic cones which are visible from afar. Auckland’s photogenic harbour is usually full of yachts. Auckland’s budget car rental is provided by international and local companies.

Mount Eden, a dormant volcano just outside the city centre, offers amazing views of Auckland and its coastline. The Sky Tower, the southern hemisphere’s highest free-standing structure, is visible from Mount Eden and the town. Auckland’s numerous beaches offer swimming and surfing. Many beaches are manned by Surf Lifesaving Patrols.

Auckland holds several museums which include the Auckland War Memorial Museum. This museum is housed in a regal neo-classicist style building. Upmarket shops are located in Parnell and Newmarket. Karangahape Road, known locally as K Road, contains the town’s most popular bars and clubs. Chic cafés and restaurants are in Ponsonby, which is just west of central Auckland.

The principal gateway to Auckland for international visitors is Auckland International Airport. A quick Internet search for cheap car hire in Auckland will offer different options. New Zealand’s South Island is accessible with the regular roll-on roll-off car ferries that leave from Wellington on the North Island.