Car Hire in Hamilton Airport
rental period: 7 days
Car rentals recommended for you
Hybrid / Electric cars
Toyota Camry HybridTouring
US$ 140.89 /day
Toyota RAV4 HybridSUVs
US$ 112.67 /day
Toyota RAV4 HybridSUVs
US$ 112.76 /day
Map of Hamilton Airport car hire points
Places to visit in Hamilton
One of the Waikato region's most visited attractions, Hamilton Gardens hasn't been developed in the manner of conventional botanic gardens. Instead, it explores the relationships between people and plants, telling the story of gardens through different civilisations, in five garden collections that are spread over 58 hectares. Hamilton Gardens is home to Te Parapara - New Zealand's first traditional Maori garden. It showcases traditional practices, materials and ceremonies relating to food production and storage, drawn from the knowledge of local Maori which has been passed down the generations.
With over 100 cars and an authentic '50s American Diner serving classic food to excellent modern standards, the Classic Museum is a must-do activity in Hamilton for all ages. The have over 100 cars for display and an extensive collection of petrol memorabilia – signs, tins, petrol pumps, pedal cars and early pin ball machines. The Jukebox Diner is onsite, pictures of famous movie and rock n roll stars including Elvis and Abba. We also have some big statues including Elvis and Betty Boop.
Hamilton Zoo is the main zoological garden of Hamilton, New Zealand. Covering 25 hectares, it is situated on Brymer Road in the Hamilton suburb of Rotokauri, on the outskirts of the metropolitan area towards the northwest. As well as being home to over 600 native and exotic animals, Hamilton Zoo boasts the largest free-flight aviary in New Zealand dedicated to native birds and plants. Hamilton Zoo is committed to inspiring conservation action through participation in various projects and contributing to breeding programmes for endangered species.
Waikato Museum is a regional museum located in Hamilton, New Zealand. The museum manages ArtsPost, a shop and gallery space for New Zealand art and design. Waikato Museum offers a range of exhibitions, as well as a full complement of education and public programmes. Waikato Museum’s education, collections and research, and public programmes have four area of focus: art, social history, science, and tangata whenua. The overall aim of the institution is to reflect the passions, history, heritage and culture of the Waikato region.