Rent a car in Gisborne Airport

Gisborne Airport has all the leading brands of car rentals available and some fantastic vehicles to choose from

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Kia Sportage

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 44.84 /day

Hyundai I30

Compact

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 53.41 /day

Mitsubishi ASX

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

1Suitcase

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 64.98 /day

Popular Vehicles

Mitsubishi ASX

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

1Suitcase

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 64.98 /day

Kia Sportage

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Petrol

US$ 44.84 /day

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 72.28 /day

Hybrid / Electric cars

Toyota Camry Hybrid

Touring

5 Doors

5 Seats

3Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 140.73 /day

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 112.55 /day

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

SUVs

5 Doors

5 Seats

2Suitcases

A/C

Automatic

Hybrid/Electric

US$ 112.63 /day

Map of Gisborne Airport car hire points

Places to visit in Gisborne

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East Cape Lighthouse

East Cape Lighthouse is a lighthouse sited on Otiki Hill above East Cape, the easternmost point on the North Island of New Zealand. It is owned and operated by Maritime New Zealand. The lighthouse was originally constructed on nearby East Island. However the island was difficult to access and proved to be susceptible to earthquakes and subsequent landslips. In 1920 a decision was made to relocate the light to the mainland and in April 1922, the light was extinguished and then relit at its current location in December of that year.


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Te Pourewa

Te Pourewa is so much more than a beautiful carving. Big, bold and brilliant to see lit up at night, the 12-metre high sculpture on Hoturangi Maunga in Uawa/Tolaga Bay was resurrected in October 2019 to commemorate Tahitian ancestor, navigator and priest Tupaia and his arrival at Opoutama on the Endeavour in 1769. This is a stunning traditional Māori art form that's also an important conversation piece on the dual heritage and shared future of Aotearoa New Zealand.


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Eastwoodhill Arboretum

Eastwoodhill is the national arboretum of New Zealand.  It covers 131 hectares (1.31 km2) and is located 35 km northwest of Gisborne, in the hill country of Ngatapa.  It was founded in 1910 by William Douglas Cook. Of all the arboreta of the Southern Hemisphere, Eastwoodhill Arboretum is said to have the largest collection of trees of the temperate climate zone of the Northern Hemisphere. It includes some 4,000 different trees, shrubs and climbers, including 170 species currently on the IUCN world endangered species list.


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Tolaga Bay Wharf

Tolaga Bay is both a bay and small town on the East Coast of New Zealand's North Island located 45 kilometres northeast of Gisborne and 30 kilometres south of Tokomaru Bay. A Category One Heritage NZ Site and one of the top 100 historic sites to visit in the country, Tolaga Bay Wharf is believed to be the longest wharf of its type in the Southern Hemisphere, standing where Captain Cook sailed to meet the Te Aitanga a Hauiti tribe when the Endeavour first reached New Zealand.


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Gisborne Wine

Gisborne is rich in history. It has played a crucial role in the story of Aotearoa’s origins as well as New Zealand’s emergence as an important wine producer. With high, hot sunshine hours, fertile clay loam soils and some of the most acclaimed winemakers in the country, Gisborne is famous for producing exceptional Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Viognier, Pinot Gris, Merlot and Malbec.


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Tairawhiti Museum

For those who enjoy diving deep into local heritage, the Tairawhiti Museum is Gisborne’s home to history and a highly recommended stop on your visit. First established in 1883, Tairawhiti has grown into a museum and an art gallery, showcasing various exhibitions with a big focus on Maori heritage. The perfect place to educate yourself and indulge your wondering mind.