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New Zealand Transport Options - FAQs

There are many different ways to see New Zealand. The best transport option is the one that suits your needs best. One popular way of getting around New Zealand is by Campervan (or Motorhome). If you have booked your accommodation already, then hiring a rental car is an option worth considering. Another great way of seeing the best of New Zealand is on one of many custom tours available. These include biking, hiking, self-drive, golfing, walking and coach tours. Other transport possibilities include flights, train or ferry boat travel.


New Zealand Rental Cars, Campervans and Tours


Rental Cars New Zealand

New Zealand Rental Cars

Whether you are looking for a budget, economical car or a large 6-8 seater people mover, our NZ rental cars guide has it covered.

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New Zealand Campervans

Campervans

A great way to explore New Zealand is in a Campervan - no matter where you find yourself, you will always have a place to sleep.

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Custom New Zealand Tours

Custom Tours

Another popular way to see NZ is on a custom built tour. Choose from biking tours, walking tours, golfing tours, self-drive or coach tours.

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Domestic Airlines


Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand

The largest airline operating within New Zealand, Air NZ offers more flights to more destinations than any of its competitors.

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Jetstar Airways

Jetstar Airways

A low cost carrier that operates between the main travel hubs including Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Queenstown.

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Train and Ferry Travel


KiwiRail Scenic Journeys

KiwiRail Scenic Journeys

Unique train travel experiences and itinerary options between the main cities for individual travellers, families and small groups.

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The Interislander Ferry

The Interislander Ferry

Passenger ships for travel between Wellington and Picton. The voyage is about 3 hours long. The ferries carry cars, buses & trains.

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Bluebridge Cook Strait Ferry

Bluebridge Cook Strait Ferry

Offers two vessels that cross the Cook Strait four times a day between terminals in central Wellington and Picton in the South Island.

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